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Revision: 1.27, Wed Sep 13 16:46:15 2017 UTC (10 months ago) by arta
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: Ver_LATEST, Ver_9-2, NetDRMS_Ver_LATEST, NetDRMS_Ver_9-2, HEAD
Changes since 1.26: +46 -10 lines
allow NetDRMS users to use a SDP-style config.local file - this is nice because then if we have an SDP-style file that works at SDP, it can be used on a NetDRMS

#!/usr/bin/python

# When run with the -s flag, localize.py configures the SUMS-server component of NetDRMS.
from __future__ import print_function
import sys
import getopt
import re
import os
import stat
import filecmp
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
from subprocess import check_output, CalledProcessError

if sys.version_info < (2, 7):
    raise Exception("You must run the 2.7 release, or a more recent release, of Python.")

# Constants
VERS_FILE = 'jsoc_version.h'
SDP_CFG = 'configsdp.txt'
NET_CFG = 'config.local'
NET_CFGMAP = 'config.local.map'
RET_SUCCESS = 0
RET_NOTDRMS = 1

PREFIX = """# This file was auto-generated by localize.py. Please do not edit it directly (running
# configure will run localize.py, which will then overwrite any edits manually performed).
"""

C_PREFIX = """/* This file was auto-generated by localize.py. Please do not edit it directly (running
 * configure will run localize.py, which will then overwrite any edits manually performed). */
"""

PERL_BINPATH = '#!/usr/bin/perl\n'

PERL_INTIAL = """package drmsparams;
    
use warnings;
use strict;
"""

PERL_FXNS_A = """sub new
{
    my($clname) = shift;
    
    my($self) = 
    {
        _paramsH => undef
    };
    
    bless($self, $clname);
    $self->{_paramsH} = {};
    $self->initialize();
    
    return $self;
}
    
sub DESTROY
{
    my($self) = shift;
}
"""

PERL_FXNS_B = """sub get
{
    my($self) = shift;
    my($name) = shift;
    my($rv);
    
    if (exists($self->{_paramsH}->{$name}))
    {
        return $self->{_paramsH}->{$name};
    }
    else
    {
        return undef;
    }
}
1;"""

PY_BINPATH = '#!/usr/bin/python\n'

PY_FXNS_A = """
class DRMSParams(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self.params = {}
        self.initialize()
        
    def __del__(self):
        del self.params
        
    def initialize(self):
"""

PY_FXNS_B = """    def get(self, name):
        if name in self.params:
            return self.params[name]
        else:
            return None
"""

PY_FXNS_C = """    def getBool(self, name):
        if name in self.params:
            return bool(self.params[name] == '1')
        else:
            return None
"""

SH_BINPATH = '#!/bin/bash\n'


SUMRM_COMMENT = """# This is the configuration file for the sum_rm program. It was auto-generated by the DRMS master configure script.
# It controls the behavior of the sum_rm program, and is loaded each time sum_rm runs. To change the
# parameter values in this configuration file, modify config.local, then re-run configure. This configuration
# file will be updated only if parameters affecting it are modified. If such changes are made to config.local,
# please make sure that the sum_rm service is disabled while configure in running.
"""

SUMRM_DOC = """# sum_rm removes end-of-life SUMS data files to prevent disk-partitions from becomming 100% full. 
# sum_svc, the main SUMS service, starts this daemon when it is launched. Within an infinite loop, sum_rm sleeps
# for SLEEP number of seconds (defined below). When it awakes, it loads the sum_rm configuration file. For each SU,
# it then examines the 'effective_date' column within the sum_partn_alloc table of the SUMS database. It does so by
# sorting all SUs by effective date (this date is actually an expiration date - the SU is good until the end of that day),
# and then, starting with the SU with the oldest effective date, it deletes the SUs. It continues deleting SUs until one
# of three conditions is met:
#
#   (a) The disk has at least PART_PERCENT_FREE percent free space.
#   (b) All SUs have effective_date values in the future.
#   (c) At least 600 SUs have been deleted (this is defined in the LIMIT statement in the file SUMLIB_RmDoX.pgc).
#
# After sum_rm stops deleteing SUs, it then sleeps for SLEEP seconds, completing the first iteration of the
# infinite loop.
"""

SUMRM_PARTN_PERCENT_FREE = """
# This is the percentage at which all disk partitions are to be kept free.
# If not specified, this defaults to 3. For example, setting PART_PERCENT_FREE = 5 will allow all partitions to
# fill to 95% full. Dividing the number of unused blocks by the total number of blocks, and rounding up,
# will result in the number specified by PART_PERCENT_FREE.
#
# NOTE : This behavior was previously controlled by the MAX_FREE_{n} family of parameters. {n} referred to the
# disk-partition number and the value of parameter MAX_FREE_{n} was the MINIMUM number of free MB in the
# partition [No clue why the word MAX was used]. As of NetDRMS 7.0, MAX_FREE_{n} has no effect."""

SUMRM_SLEEP = """
# The value is the number of seconds to sleep between iterations of the main loop in sum_rm."""

SUMRM_LOG = """
# The value is the log file (opened only at sum_rm startup; the sum_rm pid is appended to this file name)."""

SUMRM_MAIL = """
# The value is the email address of the recipient to be notified in case of a problem."""

SUMRM_NOOP = """
# If the value is set to anything other than 0, then sum_rm is rendered inactive. Otherwise, sum_rm is active."""

SUMRM_USER = """
# The value designates the linux user who is allowed to run sum_rm."""

SUMRM_NORUN = """
# This pair of paramters defines a window of time, during which sum_rm will become torpid - in this
# window, sum_rm will not scan for SUs to delete, not will it delete any SUs. Each value is an integer, 0-23, that
# represents an hour of the day. For example, if NORUN_START=8 and NORUN_STOP=10, then between 8am and 10am
# local time, sum_rm will be dormant. To disable this behavior, set both parameters to the same value."""

RULESPREFIX = """# Standard things
sp 		:= $(sp).x
dirstack_$(sp)	:= $(d)
d		:= $(dir)
"""

RULESSUFFIX = """dir	:= $(d)/example
-include		$(SRCDIR)/$(dir)/Rules.mk
dir	:= $(d)/cookbook
-include		$(SRCDIR)/$(dir)/Rules.mk
dir	:= $(d)/myproj
-include		$(SRCDIR)/$(dir)/Rules.mk

# Standard things
d		:= $(dirstack_$(sp))
sp		:= $(basename $(sp))
"""

TARGETPREFIX = """$(PROJOBJDIR):\n\t+@[ -d $@ ] || mkdir -p $@"""

ICC_MAJOR = 9
ICC_MINOR = 0
GCC_MAJOR = 3
GCC_MINOR = 0
IFORT_MAJOR = 9
IFORT_MINOR = 0
GFORT_MAJOR = 4
GFORT_MINOR = 2


# Read arguments
#  d - localization directory
#  b - base name of all parameter files (e.g., -b drmsparams --> drmsparams.h, drmsparams.mk, drmsparams.pm, etc.)
#  s - configure a NetDRMS server (i.e., SUMS server). Otherwise, do client configuration only. A server
#      configuration will modify something that only the production user has access to. An example is the sum_rm.cfg
#      file. To modify that file, the user running configure must be running configure on the SUMS-server host, and
#      must have write permission on sum_rm.cfg.
def GetArgs(args):
    rv = bool(0)
    optD = {}
    
    try:
        opts, remainder = getopt.getopt(args, "hd:b:s",["dir=", "base="])
    except getopt.GetoptError:
        print('Usage:')
        print('localize.py [-h] -d <localization directory> -b <parameter file base>')
        rv = bool(1)
    
    if rv == bool(0):
        for opt, arg in opts:
            if opt == '-h':
                print('localize.py [-h] -d <localization directory> -b <parameter file base>')
            elif opt in ("-d", "--dir"):
                regexp = re.compile(r"(\S+)/?")
                matchobj = regexp.match(arg)
                if matchobj is None:
                    rv = bool(1)
                else:
                    optD['dir'] = matchobj.group(1)
            elif opt in ("-b", "--base"):
                optD['base'] = arg
            elif opt in ("-s"):
                optD['server'] = ""
            else:
                optD[opt] = arg
	
    return optD

def createMacroStr(key, val, keyColLen, status):
    if keyColLen < len(key):
        status = bool(1)
        return None
    else:
        nsp = keyColLen - len(key)
        spaces = str()
        for isp in range(nsp):
            spaces += ' '
        status = bool(0)
        return '#define ' + key + spaces + val + '\n'

def createPerlConst(key, val, keyColLen, status):
    if keyColLen < len(key):
        status = bool(1)
        return None
    else:
        nsp = keyColLen - len(key)
        spaces = str()
        for isp in range(nsp):
            spaces += ' '
        status = bool(0)
        return 'use constant ' + key + ' => ' + spaces + val + ';\n'

def createPyConst(key, val, keyColLen, status):
    if keyColLen < len(key):
        status = bool(1)
        return None
    else:
        nsp = keyColLen - len(key)
        spaces = str()
        for isp in range(nsp):
            spaces += ' '
        status = bool(0)
        return key + ' = ' + spaces + val + '\n'
        
def createShConst(key, val, status):
    status = bool(0)
    return key + '=' + val + '\n'
        

def isSupportedPlat(plat):
    regexp = re.compile(r"\s*(^x86_64|^ia32|^ia64|^avx)", re.IGNORECASE)
    matchobj = regexp.match(plat);
        
    if not matchobj is None:
        return bool(1);
    else:
        return bool(0);

def processMakeParam(mDefs, key, val, platDict, machDict):
    varMach = None
    regexp = re.compile(r"(\S+):(\S+)")
    matchobj = regexp.match(key)
    if not matchobj is None:
        varName = matchobj.group(1)
        varMach = matchobj.group(2)
    else:
        varName = key
    
    varValu = val
        
    if varMach is None:
        mDefs.extend(list('\n' + varName + ' = ' + varValu))
    else:
        if isSupportedPlat(varMach):
            # The guard will compare varValu to $JSOC_MACHINE.
            if not varMach in platDict:
                platDict[varMach] = {}
            platDict[varMach][varName] = varValu
        else:
            # The guard will compare varValu to $MACHINETYPE (this is just the hostname of the machine on which localize.py is running).
            if not varMach in machDict:
                machDict[varMach] = {}
            machDict[varMach][varName] = varValu

def processParam(cfgfile, line, regexpQuote, regexp, keymap, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection, platDict, machDict, section):
    status = 0
            
    if ''.join(section) == 'defs' or not cfgfile:
        matchobj = regexp.match(line)
        if not matchobj is None:
            # We have a key-value line
            keyCfgSp = matchobj.group(1)
            val = matchobj.group(2)
            
            # Must map the indirect name to the actual name
            if keymap:
                # Map to actual name only if the keymap is not empty (which signifies NA).
                if keyCfgSp in keymap:
                    key = keymap[keyCfgSp]
                elif keyCfgSp == 'LOCAL_CONFIG_SET' or keyCfgSp == 'DRMS_SAMPLE_NAMESPACE':
                    # Ignore parameters that are not useful and shouldn't have been there in the first place. But
                    # they have been released to the world, so we have to account for them.
                    return bool(0)
                elif not cfgfile:
                    # Should not be doing mapping for addenda
                    key = keyCfgSp
                else:
                    raise Exception('badKeyMapKey', keyCfgSp)
            else:
                key = keyCfgSp
            
            matchobj = regexpQuote.match(key)
            if not matchobj is None:
                quote = matchobj.group(1)
                key = matchobj.group(2)

                # master defs dictionary
                defs[key] = val
                
                # C header file
                if quote == "q":
                    # Add double-quotes
                    cDefs.extend(list(createMacroStr(key, '"' + val + '"', 40, status)))
                elif quote == "p":
                    # Add parentheses
                    cDefs.extend(list(createMacroStr(key, '(' + val + ')', 40, status)))
                elif quote == "a":
                    # Leave as-is
                    cDefs.extend(list(createMacroStr(key, val, 40, status)))
                else:
                    # Unknown quote type
                    raise Exception('badQuoteQual', key)
                
                if status:
                    raise Exception('paramNameTooLong', key)
                
                # Make file - val should never be quoted; just use as is
                mDefsGen.extend(list('\n' + key + ' = ' + val))
                
                # Perl file - val should ALWAYS be single-quote quoted
                # Save const info to a string
                perlConstSection.extend(list(createPerlConst(key, "'" + val + "'", 40, status)))
                
                # Python file
                pyConstSection.extend(list(createPyConst(key, "'" + val + "'", 40, status)))
                
                # Shell source file
                shConstSection.extend(list(createShConst(key, "'" + val + "'", status)))
                
                if status:
                    raise Exception('paramNameTooLong', key)
                
                # Save initialization information as a string. Now that we've defined
                # constants (the names of which are the parameter names) 
                # we can refer to those in the init section. The key variable holds the
                # name of the constant.
                perlInitSection.extend(list("\n  $self->{_paramsH}->{'" + key + "'} = " + key + ';'))
                
                # The amount of indenting matters! This is Python.
                pyInitSection.extend(list("        self.params['" + key + "'] = " + key + '\n'))
            else:
                # No quote qualifier
                raise Exception('missingQuoteQual', key)
    elif ''.join(section) == 'make' and cfgfile:
        # Configure the remaining make variables defined in the __MAKE__ section of the configuration file. Third-party
        # library make variables are specified in the __MAKE__ section.
        matchobj = regexp.match(line)
        if not matchobj is None:
            # We have a key-value line
            key = matchobj.group(1)
            val = matchobj.group(2)

            # This information is for making make variables only. We do not need to worry about quoting any values
            defs[key] = val
            processMakeParam(mDefsMake, key, val, platDict, machDict)
    
    return bool(0)

# We have some extraneous line or a newline - ignore.

def processXML(xml, projRules, projTarget):
    rv = bool(0)
    
    # <projects>
    root = ET.fromstring(xml)
    
    # Iterate through each proj child.
    for proj in root.iter('proj'):
        # Rules.mk
        nameElem = proj.find('name')
        rulesStr = 'dir     := $(d)/' + nameElem.text + '\n-include          $(SRCDIR)/$(dir)/Rules.mk\n'
        
        # make doesn't support logical operations in ifeq conditionals (you can't do ifeq (A AND B)), 
        # so we need to write:
        #   ifeq (A)
        #      ifeq (B)
        #        <do something>
        #      endif
        #   endif
            
        rulesPref = '';
        rulesSuff = '';
    
        filters = proj.find('filters')
        if filters is not None:
            for filter in filters.findall('filter'):
                rulesPref += 'ifeq ($(' + filter.find('name').text + '),' + filter.find('value').text + ')\n'
                rulesSuff += 'endif\n'
            
        if len(rulesPref) > 0 and len(rulesSuff) > 0:
            projRules.extend(list(rulesPref))
            projRules.extend(list(rulesStr))
            projRules.extend(list(rulesSuff))
        else:
            projRules.extend(list(rulesStr))
        
        # target.mk
        subdirs = proj.find('subdirs')
        if subdirs is not None:
            for subdir in subdirs.findall('subdir'):
                targetStr = '\n\t+@[ -d $@/' + nameElem.text + '/' + subdir.text + ' ] || mkdir -p $@/' + nameElem.text + '/' + subdir.text
                projTarget.extend(list(targetStr))

    return rv

def determineSection(line, regexpStyle, regexpDefs, regexpMake, regexpProjMkRules, regexpProj, regexpProjCfg):
    matchobj = regexpStyle.match(line)
    if matchobj:
        return 'style'

    matchobj = regexpDefs.match(line)
    if not matchobj is None:
        return 'defs'
        
    matchobj = regexpMake.match(line)
    if not matchobj is None:
        return 'make'
        
    matchobj = regexpProjMkRules.match(line)
    if not matchobj is None:
        return 'projmkrules'
        
    matchobj = regexpProj.match(line)
    if not matchobj is None:
        return 'proj'
        
    matchobj = regexpProjCfg.match(line)
    if not matchobj is None:
        return 'projcfg'

    return None

# defs is a dictionary containing all parameters (should they be needed in this script)
# projCfg is the list containing the configure script content.
# projMkRules is the list containing the make_basic.mk content.
# projRules is the list containing the Rules.mk content.
# projTargert is the list containing the target.mk content.
def parseConfig(fin, keymap, addenda, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection):
    rv = bool(0)
    
    # Open required config file (config.local)
    try:
        # Examine each line, looking for key=value pairs.
        regexpStyle = re.compile(r"^__STYLE__")
        regexpDefs = re.compile(r"^__DEFS__")
        regexpMake = re.compile(r"^__MAKE__")
        regexpProjMkRules = re.compile(r"__PROJ_MK_RULES__")
        regexpProj = re.compile(r"^__PROJ__")
        regexpProjCfg = re.compile(r"^__PROJCFG__")
        regexpComm = re.compile(r"^\s*#")
        regexpSp = re.compile(r"^s*$")
        regexpQuote = re.compile(r"^\s*(\w):(.+)")
        regexpCustMkBeg = re.compile(r"^_CUST_")
        regexpCustMkEnd = re.compile(r"^_ENDCUST_")
        regexpDiv = re.compile(r"^__")
        regexp = re.compile(r"^\s*(\S+)\s+(\S.*)")

        ignoreKeymap = False
        platDict = {}
        machDict = {}
        
        xml = None
        
        # Process the parameters in the configuration file
        if not fin is None:
            for line in fin:
                matchobj = regexpComm.match(line)
                if not matchobj is None:
                    # Skip comment line
                    continue
                
                matchobj = regexpSp.match(line)
                if not matchobj is None:
                    # Skip whitespace line
                    continue
            
                newSection = determineSection(line, regexpStyle, regexpDefs, regexpMake, regexpProjMkRules, regexpProj, regexpProjCfg)
                if not newSection is None:
                    section = newSection
                    
                if not section:
                    raise Exception('invalidConfigFile', 'line ' + line.strip() + ' is not in any section')
    
                if section == 'style':
                    # if the config.local file has new in the __STYLE__ section, then ignore the keymap and treat config.local like configsdp.txt;
                    # do not map from NetDRMS config.local parameter names to configsdp.txt names
                    for line in fin:
                        matchobj = regexpDiv.match(line)
                        if matchobj:
                            break;
                        if line.strip(' \n').lower() == 'new' and keymap:
                            ignoreKeymap = True

                    newSection = determineSection(line, regexpStyle, regexpDefs, regexpMake, regexpProjMkRules, regexpProj, regexpProjCfg)
                    if not newSection is None:
                        section = newSection
                    continue
                elif section == 'make':

                    # There are some blocks of lines in the __MAKE__ section that must be copied ver batim to the output make file. 
                    # The blocks are defined by _CUST_/_ENDCUST_ tags.
                    matchobj = regexpCustMkBeg.match(line)
                        
                    if not matchobj is None:
                        mDefsMake.extend(list('\n'))
                        for line in fin:
                            matchobj = regexpCustMkEnd.match(line)
                            if not matchobj is None:
                                break;
                            mDefsMake.extend(list(line))
                        newSection = determineSection(line, regexpStyle, regexpDefs, regexpMake, regexpProjMkRules, regexpProj, regexpProjCfg)
                        if not newSection is None:
                            section = newSection
                        continue
                    # Intentional fall through to next if statement
                if section == 'defs' or section == 'make':
                    iscfg = bool(1)
                    if ignoreKeymap:
                        keymapActual = None
                    else:
                        keymapActual = keymap
                    ppRet = processParam(iscfg, line, regexpQuote, regexp, keymapActual, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection, platDict, machDict, section)
                    
                    if ppRet:
                        break
                elif section == 'projcfg':
                    # Copy the line ver batim to the projCfg list (configure)
                    for line in fin:
                        matchobj = regexpDiv.match(line)
                        if not matchobj is None:
                            break;
                        projCfg.extend(list(line))
                    newSection = determineSection(line, regexpStyle, regexpDefs, regexpMake, regexpProjMkRules, regexpProj, regexpProjCfg)
                    if not newSection is None:
                        section = newSection
                    continue
                elif section == 'projmkrules':
                    # Copy the line ver batim to the projMkRules list (make_basic.mk)
                    for line in fin:
                        matchobj = regexpDiv.match(line)
                        if not matchobj is None:
                            break;
                        projMkRules.extend(list(line))
                    newSection = determineSection(line, regexpStyle, regexpDefs, regexpMake, regexpProjMkRules, regexpProj, regexpProjCfg)
                    if not newSection is None:
                        section = newSection
                    continue
                elif section == 'proj':
                    # Must parse xml and use the project-specific information to populate the Rules.mk and target.mk files.
                    # Collect all xml lines for now, then process after file-read loop.
                    if xml is None:
                        # The first time through this section, line is the config.local div, __PROJ__. Discard that.
                        xml = ''
                        continue
                    else:
                        xml += line
                else:
                    # Unknown section
                    raise Exception('unknownSection', section)
    except Exception as exc:
        if len(exc.args) >= 2:
            msg = exc.args[0]
        else:
            # re-raise the exception
            raise
            
        if msg == 'invalidConfigFile':
            violator = exc.args[1]
            print(violator, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif msg == 'badKeyMapKey':
            # If we are here, then there was a non-empty keymap, and the parameter came from
            # the configuration file.
            violator = exc.args[1]
            print('Unknown parameter name ' + "'" + violator + "'" + ' in ' + fin.name + '.', file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif msg == 'badQuoteQual':
            # The bad quote qualifier came from the configuration file, not the addenda, since
            # we will have fixed any bad qualifiers in the addenda (which is populated by code).
            violator = exc.args[1]
            print('Unknown quote qualifier ' + "'" + violator + "'" + ' in ' + fin.name + '.', file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif msg == 'missingQuoteQual':
            violator = exc.args[1]
            print('Missing quote qualifier for parameter ' + "'" + violator + "'" + ' in ' + fin.name + '.', file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif msg == 'paramNameTooLong':
            violator = exc.args[1]
            print('Macro name ' + "'" + violator + "' is too long.", file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif msg == 'unknownSection':
            violator = exc.args[1]
            print('Unknown section ' + "'" + violator + "' in configuration file.", file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        else:
            # re-raise the exception
            raise

    if not rv:
        if not xml is None:
            # Process xml.
            rv = processXML(xml, projRules, projTarget)

    # Process addenda - these are parameters that are not configurable and must be set in the 
    # NetDRMS build.
    if not rv:
        iscfg = bool(0)
        for key in addenda:
            item = key + ' ' + addenda[key]
            if ignoreKeymap:
                keymapActual = None
            else:
                keymapActual = keymap
            ppRet = processParam(iscfg, item, regexpQuote, regexp, keymapActual, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection, platDict, machDict, 'defs')
            if ppRet:
                break;

    # Put information collected in platDict and machDict into mDefs. Must do this here, and not in processParam, since
    # we need to parse all platform-specific make variables before grouping them into platform categories.
    if not rv:
        for plat in platDict:
            mDefsMake.extend(list('\nifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_' + plat.lower() + ')'))
            for var in platDict[plat]:
                mDefsMake.extend(list('\n' + var + ' = ' + platDict[plat][var]))
            mDefsMake.extend(list('\nendif\n'))
                             
    if not rv:
        for mach in machDict:
            mDefsMake.extend(list('\nifeq ($(MACHTYPE), ' + mach + ')'))
            for var in machDict[mach]:
                mDefsMake.extend(list('\n' + var + ' = ' + machDict[mach][var]))
            mDefsMake.extend(list('\nendif\n'))
    return rv

def getMgrUIDLine(defs, uidParam):
    rv = bool(0)
    
    cmd = 'id -u ' + defs['SUMS_MANAGER']
    try:
        ret = check_output(cmd, shell=True)
        uidParam['q:SUMS_MANAGER_UID'] = ret.decode("utf-8")
    except ValueError:
        print('Unable to run cmd: ' + cmd + '.')
        rv = bool(1)
    except CalledProcessError:
        print('Command ' + "'" + cmd + "'" + ' ran improperly.')
        rv = bool(1)

    return rv

def isVersion(maj, min, majDef, minDef):
    res = 0
    
    if maj > majDef or (maj == majDef and min >= minDef):
        res = 1
    
    return res

def configureComps(defs, mDefs):
    rv = bool(0)
    autoConfig = bool(1)

    if 'AUTOSELCOMP' in defs:
        autoConfig = (not defs['AUTOSELCOMP'] == '0')
    
    if autoConfig:
        hasicc = bool(0)
        hasgcc = bool(0)
        hasifort = bool(0)
        hasgfort = bool(0)
        
        # Try icc.
        cmd = 'icc --version 2>&1'
        try:
            ret = check_output(cmd, shell=True)
            ret = ret.decode("utf-8")
        except CalledProcessError:
            print('Command ' + "'" + cmd + "'" + ' ran improperly.')
            rv = bool(1)
        
        if not rv:
            regexp = re.compile(r"\s*\S+\s+\S+\s+(\d+)[.](\d+)", re.DOTALL)
            matchobj = regexp.match(ret)
            if matchobj is None:
                raise Exception('unexpectedIccRet', ret)
            else:
                major = matchobj.group(1)
                minor = matchobj.group(2)
                if isVersion(int(major), int(minor), ICC_MAJOR, ICC_MINOR):
                    hasicc = bool(1)

        # Try gcc.
        if not hasicc:
            rv = bool(0)
            cmd = 'gcc -v 2>&1'
            try:
                ret = check_output(cmd, shell=True)
                ret = ret.decode("utf-8")
            except CalledProcessError:
                print('Command ' + "'" + cmd + "'" + ' ran improperly.')
                rv = bool(1)

            if not rv:
                regexp = re.compile(r".+gcc\s+version\s+(\d+)\.(\d+)", re.DOTALL)
                matchobj = regexp.match(ret)
                if matchobj is None:
                    raise Exception('unexpectedGccRet', ret)
                else:
                    major = matchobj.group(1)
                    minor = matchobj.group(2)
                    if isVersion(int(major), int(minor), GCC_MAJOR, GCC_MINOR):
                        hasgcc = bool(1)

        # Try ifort.
        rv = bool(0)
        cmd = 'ifort --version 2>&1'
        try:
            ret = check_output(cmd, shell=True)
            ret = ret.decode("utf-8")
        except CalledProcessError:
            print('Command ' + "'" + cmd + "'" + ' ran improperly.')
            rv = bool(1)

        if not rv:
            regexp = re.compile(r"\s*\S+\s+\S+\s+(\d+)\.(\d+)", re.DOTALL)
            matchobj = regexp.match(ret)
            if matchobj is None:
                raise Exception('unexpectedIfortRet', ret)
            else:
                major = matchobj.group(1)
                minor = matchobj.group(2)
                if isVersion(int(major), int(minor), IFORT_MAJOR, IFORT_MINOR):
                    hasifort = bool(1)
        
        # Try gfortran
        if not hasifort:
            rv = bool(0)
            cmd = 'gfortran -v 2>&1'
            try:
                ret = check_output(cmd, shell=True)
                ret = ret.decode("utf-8")
            except CalledProcessError:
                print('Command ' + "'" + cmd + "'" + ' ran improperly.')
                rv = bool(1)

            if not rv:
                regexp = re.compile(r".+gcc\s+version\s+(\d+)\.(\d+)", re.DOTALL)
                matchobj = regexp.match(ret)
                if matchobj is None:
                    raise Exception('unexpectedGfortranRet', ret)
                else:
                    major = matchobj.group(1)
                    minor = matchobj.group(2)
                    if isVersion(int(major), int(minor), GFORT_MAJOR, GFORT_MINOR):
                        hasgfort = bool(1)
        
        # Append the compiler make variables to the make file
        rv = bool(0)
        
        if not hasicc and not hasgcc:
            print('Fatal error: Acceptable C compiler not found! You will be unable to build the DRMS library.', file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif hasicc:
            mDefs.extend(list('\nCOMPILER = icc'))
        else:
            mDefs.extend(list('\nCOMPILER = gcc'))

        if not hasifort and not hasgfort:
            print('Warning: Acceptable Fortran compiler not found! Fortran interface will not be built, and you will be unable to build Fortran modules.', file=sys.stderr)
        elif hasifort:
            mDefs.extend(list('\nFCOMPILER = ifort'))
        else:
            mDefs.extend(list('\nFCOMPILER = gfortran'))
    
        # Environment overrides. These get written, regardless of the disposition of auto-configuration.
        mDefs.extend(list('\nifneq ($(JSOC_COMPILER),)\n  COMPILER = $(JSOC_COMPILER)\nendif'))
        mDefs.extend(list('\nifneq ($(JSOC_FCOMPILER),)\n  FCOMPILER = $(JSOC_FCOMPILER)\nendif'))

    return rv

def writeParamsFiles(base, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, mDefsComps, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection):
    rv = bool(0)

    # Merge mDefsGen, mDefsMake, and mDefsComps into a single string with compiler configuration first, general parameters next, then
    # make-specific make variables (e.g., third-party library information) last.
    mDefs = '\n# Compiler Selection\n' + ''.join(mDefsComps) + '\n\n# General Parameters\n' + ''.join(mDefsGen) + '\n\n# Parameters to Configure make\n' + ''.join(mDefsMake)
    
    try:
        with open(cfile, 'w') as cout, open(mfile, 'w') as mout, open(pfile, 'w') as pout, open(pyfile, 'w') as pyout, open(shfile, 'w') as shout:
            # C file of macros
            print(C_PREFIX, file=cout)
            print('/* This file contains a set of preprocessor macros - one for each configuration parameter. */\n', file=cout)
            buf = '__' + base.upper() + '_H'
            print('#ifndef ' + buf, file=cout)
            print('#define ' + buf, file=cout)
            print(''.join(cDefs), file=cout)
            print('#endif', file=cout)
            
            # Make file of make variables
            print(PREFIX, file=mout)
            print('# This file contains a set of make-variable values. The first section contains compiler-selection variables, the second contains general configuration variables, and the third section contains variables that configure how make is run.', file=mout)
            print(mDefs, file=mout)
            
            # Perl module
            print(PERL_BINPATH, file=pout)
            print(PREFIX, file=pout)
            print('# This file contains a set of constants - one for each configuration parameter.\n', file=pout)
            print(PERL_INTIAL, file=pout)
            print(''.join(perlConstSection), file=pout)
            print(PERL_FXNS_A, file=pout)
            print('sub initialize', file=pout)
            print('{', file=pout)
            print('  my($self) = shift;', file=pout, end='')
            print('', file=pout)
            print(''.join(perlInitSection), file=pout)
            print('}\n', file=pout)
            print(PERL_FXNS_B, file=pout)

            # Python module
            print(PY_BINPATH, file=pyout)
            print(PREFIX, file=pyout)
            print('# This file contains a set of constants - one for each configuration parameter.\n', file=pyout)
            print(''.join(pyConstSection), file=pyout)
            print(PY_FXNS_A, file=pyout, end='')
            print(''.join(pyInitSection), file=pyout)
            print(PY_FXNS_B, file=pyout)
            print(PY_FXNS_C, file=pyout)
            
            # Shell (bash) source file
            print(SH_BINPATH, file=shout)
            print(PREFIX, file=shout)
            print('# This file contains a set of variable assignments - one for each configuration parameter.\n', file=shout)
            print(''.join(shConstSection), file=shout)

    except IOError as exc:
        type, value, traceback = sys.exc_info()
        print(exc.strerror, file=sys.stderr)
        print('Unable to open ' + "'" + value.filename + "'.", file=sys.stderr)        
        rv = bool(1)

    return rv

def writeProjFiles(pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget):
    rv = bool(0)

    try:
        if projCfg:
            with open(pCfile, 'w') as cout:
                # configure
                print(''.join(projCfg), file=cout)
        
        if projMkRules:
            with open(pMfile, 'w') as mout:
                # make_basic.mk
                print(PREFIX, file=mout)
                print(''.join(projMkRules), file=mout)
    
        if projRules:
            with open(pRfile, 'w') as rout:
                # Rules.mk
                print(PREFIX, file=rout)
                print(''.join(projRules), file=rout)
        
        if projTarget:
            with open(pTfile, 'w') as tout:
                # target.mk
                print(PREFIX, file=tout)
                print(''.join(projTarget), file=tout)
    except IOError as exc:
        type, value, traceback = sys.exc_info()
        print(exc.strerror, file=sys.stderr)
        print('Unable to open ' + "'" + value.filename + "'.", file=sys.stderr)
        rv = bool(1)

    if not rv:
        if os.path.exists(pCfile):
            try:
                os.chmod(pCfile, stat.S_IRWXU | stat.S_IRGRP | stat.S_IROTH)
            except OSError as exc:
                type, value, traceback = sys.exc_info()
                print('Unable to chmod file ' + "'" + value.filename + "'.", file=sys.stderr)
                print(exc.strerror, file=sys.stderr)
                rv = bool(1)

    return rv

def generateSumRmCfg(defs):
    rv = bool(0)
    # ACK! Remember that Rick renamed these parameters. The ones in config.local are the aliases - do not use those.
    # Use the ones that those map to (defined in config.local.map).
    cFileTmp = defs['SUMLOG_BASEDIR'] + '/' + '.sum_rm.cfg.tmp'
    cFile = defs['SUMLOG_BASEDIR'] + '/' + 'sum_rm.cfg'

    # Write a temporary file sum_rm configuration file.
    try:
        with open(cFileTmp, 'w') as fout:
            # Print comment at the top of the configuration file.
            print(SUMRM_COMMENT, file=fout)
            print(SUMRM_DOC, file=fout)
            print(SUMRM_PARTN_PERCENT_FREE, file=fout)
            if 'SUMRM_PART_PERCENT_FREE' in defs:
                print('PART_PERCENT_FREE=' + defs['SUMRM_PART_PERCENT_FREE'], file=fout)
            else:
                print('PART_PERCENT_FREE=3', file=fout)

            print(SUMRM_SLEEP, file=fout)
            if 'SUMRM_SLEEP' in defs:
                print('SLEEP=' + defs['SUMRM_SLEEP'], file=fout)
            else:
                print('SLEEP=300', file=fout)

            print(SUMRM_LOG, file=fout)
            if 'SUMRM_LOG' in defs:
                print('LOG=' + defs['SUMRM_LOG'], file=fout)
            else:
                print('LOG=/tmp/sum_rm.log', file=fout)

            print(SUMRM_MAIL, file=fout)
            # No default for mail - don't send nothing to nobody unless the operator has asked for notifications.
            if 'SUMRM_MAIL' in defs:
                print('MAIL=' + defs['SUMRM_MAIL'], file=fout)
            else:
                print('# MAIL=president@whitehouse.gov', file=fout)

            print(SUMRM_NOOP, file=fout)
            if 'SUMRM_NOOP' in defs:
                print('NOOP=' + defs['SUMRM_NOOP'], file=fout)
            else:
                print('NOOP=0', file=fout)

            print(SUMRM_USER, file=fout)
            if 'SUMRM_USER' in defs:
                print('USER=' + defs['SUMRM_USER'], file=fout)
            else:
                print('USER=production', file=fout)

            print(SUMRM_NORUN, file=fout)
            # Default norun window is to have no such window. This can be accomplished by simply not providing either argument.
            if 'SUMRM_NORUN_START' in defs or 'SUMRM_NORUN_STOP' in defs:
                if 'SUMRM_NORUN_START' in defs:
                    print('NORUN_START=' + defs['SUMRM_NORUN_START'], file=fout)
                else:
                    print('NORUN_START=0', file=fout)
                if 'SUMRM_NORUN_STOP' in defs:
                    print('NORUN_STOP=' + defs['SUMRM_NORUN_STOP'], file=fout)
                else:
                    print('NORUN_STOP=0', file=fout)
            else:
                print('# NORUN_START=0', file=fout)
                print('# NORUN_STOP=0', file=fout)
            
    except OSError:
        print('Unable to open sum_rm temporary configuration file ' + cFileTmp + 'for writing.', file=sys.stderr)
        rv = bool(1)

    # If the content of the temporary file differs from the content of the existing configuration file, then overwrite
    # the original file. Otherwise, delete the temporary file
    if not rv:
        try:
            if filecmp.cmp(cFile, cFileTmp):
                # Files identical - delete temporary file
                try:
                    os.remove(cFileTmp)
                
                except OSError as exc:
                    print('Unable to remove temporary file ' + exc.filename + '.', file=sys.stderr)
                    print(exc.strerr, file=sys.stderr)
            else:
                # Replace original with temporary file
                try:
                    os.rename(cFileTmp, cFile)

                except OSError as exc:
                    print('Unable to update sum_rm configuration file ' + cFile + '.', file=sys.stderr)
                    print(exc.strerr, file=sys.stderr)
                    rv = bool(1)
        except OSError as exc:
            # One of the files doesn't exist.
            if exc.filename == cFile:
                # We are ok - there might be no configuration file yet.
                # Replace original with temporary file
                try:
                    os.rename(cFileTmp, cFile)

                except OSError as exc:
                    print('Unable to update sum_rm configuration file ' + cFile + '.', file=sys.stderr)
                    print(exc.strerr, file=sys.stderr)
                    rv = bool(1)
            else:
                # There is a problem with the temp file - bail.
                print('Unable to update sum_rm configuration file ' + cFile + '.', file=sys.stderr)
                print(exc.strerr, file=sys.stderr)
                rv = bool(1)

    return rv

def configureNet(cfgfile, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, base, keymap, createSumRmCfg):
    rv = bool(0)
    
    defs = {}
    cDefs = list()
    mDefsGen = list()
    mDefsMake = list()
    mDefsComps = list()
    projCfg = list()
    projMkRules = list()
    projRules = list()
    projTarget = list()
    perlConstSection = list()
    perlInitSection = list()
    pyConstSection = list()
    pyInitSection = list()
    shConstSection = list()
    addenda = {}
    
    # There are three parameters that were not included in the original config.local parameter set, for some reason.
    # Due to this omission, then are not configurable, and must be set in the script.
    addenda['a:USER'] = 'NULL'
    addenda['a:PASSWD'] = 'NULL'
    addenda['p:DSDS_SUPPORT'] = '0'
    
    # This parameter is not configurable. BUILD_TYPE is used to distinguish between a NetDRMS and an JSOC-SDP build.
    addenda['a:BUILD_TYPE'] = 'NETDRMS' # Means a non-Stanford build. This will set two additional macros used by make:
                                        #   __LOCALIZED_DEFS__ and NETDRMS_BUILD. The former is to support legacy code
                                        #   which incorrectly used this macro, and the latter is for future use. 
                                        #   __LOCALIZED_DEFS__ is deprecated and should not be used in new code.

    try:
        with open(cfgfile, 'r') as fin:
            # Process configuration parameters

            # Always create a Rules.mk and target.mk, even if no proj XML is provided. All builds should have the proj/example and
            # proj/cookbook directories. The required make information is in RULESPREFIX, TARGETPREFIX, and RULESSUFFIX. RULESSUFFIX
            # must be added after the xml has been parsed.
            projRules.extend(list(RULESPREFIX))
            projTarget.extend(list(TARGETPREFIX))

            rv = parseConfig(fin, keymap, addenda, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection)
            if not rv:
                projRules.extend(RULESSUFFIX)
            
                # Must add a parameter for the SUMS_MANAGER UID (for some reason). This must be done after the
                # config file is processed since an input to getMgrUIDLine() is one of the config file's
                # parameter values.
                uidParam = {}
                rv = getMgrUIDLine(defs, uidParam)
                if rv == bool(0):
                    rv = parseConfig(None, keymap, uidParam, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, None, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection)
            # Configure the compiler-selection make variables.
            if not rv:
                rv = configureComps(defs, mDefsComps)

            # Write out the parameter files.
            if not rv:
                rv = writeParamsFiles(base, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, mDefsComps, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection)

            # Write out the project-specific make files (make_basic.mk, Rules.mk, and target.mk).
            if not rv:
                rv = writeProjFiles(pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget)

            # Write out the sum_rm.cfg file.
            if not rv and createSumRmCfg:
                rv = generateSumRmCfg(defs)
    except IOError as exc:
        print(exc.strerror, file=sys.stderr)
        print('Unable to read configuration file ' + cfgfile + '.', file=sys.stderr)
    except Exception as exc:
        if len(exc.args) >= 2:
            type, msg = exc.args
        else:
            # re-raise the exception
            raise

        if type == 'unexpectedIccRet':
            print('icc -V returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif type == 'unexpectedGccRet':
            print('gcc -v returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif type == 'unexpectedIfortRet':
            print('ifort -V returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif type == 'unexpectedGfortranRet':
            print('gfortran -v returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        else:
            # re-raise the exception
            raise
        
    return rv

def configureSdp(cfgfile, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, base):
    rv = bool(0)
    
    defs = {}
    cDefs = list()
    mDefsGen = list()
    mDefsMake = list()
    projCfg = list()
    projMkRules = list()
    projRules = list()
    projTarget = list()
    mDefsComps = list()
    perlConstSection = list()
    perlInitSection = list()
    pyConstSection = list()
    pyInitSection = list()
    shConstSection = list()

    addenda = {}
    
    # There are three parameters that were not included in the original config.local parameter set, for some reason.
    # Due to this omission, then are not configurable, and must be set in the script.
    addenda['a:USER'] = 'NULL'
    addenda['a:PASSWD'] = 'NULL'
    addenda['p:DSDS_SUPPORT'] = '1'
    
    # This parameter is not configurable. BUILD_TYPE is used to distinguish between a NetDRMS and an JSOC-SDP build.
    addenda['a:BUILD_TYPE'] = 'JSOC_SDP' # Means a Stanford build. This will set one additional macro used by make: JSOC_SDP_BUILD.
    
    try:
        with open(cfgfile, 'r') as fin:
        
            # Always create a Rules.mk and target.mk, even if no proj XML is provided. All builds should have the proj/example and
            # proj/cookbook directories. The required make information is in RULESPREFIX, TARGETPREFIX, and RULESSUFFIX. RULESSUFFIX
            # must be added after the xml has been parsed.
            projRules.extend(list(RULESPREFIX))
            projTarget.extend(list(TARGETPREFIX))
            
            rv = parseConfig(fin, None, addenda, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection)
            
            if not rv:
                projRules.extend(RULESSUFFIX)
            
                # Must add a parameter for the SUMS_MANAGER UID (for some reason)
                uidParam = {}
                rv = getMgrUIDLine(defs, uidParam)
                if not rv:
                    rv = parseConfig(None, None, uidParam, defs, cDefs, mDefsGen, None, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection)

                # Configure the compiler-selection make variables.
                if not rv:
                    rv = configureComps(defs, mDefsComps)
                
                # Write out the parameter files.
                if not rv:
                    rv = writeParamsFiles(base, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, cDefs, mDefsGen, mDefsMake, mDefsComps, perlConstSection, perlInitSection, pyConstSection, pyInitSection, shConstSection)

                # Write out the project-specific make files (make_basic.mk, Rules.mk, and target.mk).
                if not rv:
                    rv = writeProjFiles(pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, projCfg, projMkRules, projRules, projTarget)

                # At Stanford, skip the creation of the sum_rm configuration file. config.local will still
                # have the SUMRM parameters, but they will not be used.
    except IOError as exc:
        print(exc.strerror, file=sys.stderr)
        print('Unable to read configuration file ' + cfgfile + '.', file=sys.stderr)
    except Exception as exc:
        if len(exc.args) >= 2:
            type = exc.args[0]
        else:
            # re-raise the exception
            raise
        
        if type == 'unexpectedIccRet':
            msg = exc.args[1]
            print('icc -V returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif type == 'unexpectedGccRet':
            msg = exc.args[1]
            print('gcc -v returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif type == 'unexpectedIfortRet':
            msg = exc.args[1]
            print('ifort -V returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        elif type == 'unexpectedGfortranRet':
            msg = exc.args[1]
            print('gfortran -v returned this unexpected message:\n' + msg, file=sys.stderr)
            rv = bool(1)
        else:
            # re-raise the exception
            raise
        
    return rv

# Beginning of program
rv = RET_SUCCESS
net = bool(1)

# Parse arguments
if __name__ == "__main__":
    optD = GetArgs(sys.argv[1:])

if not(optD is None):
    # Ensure we are configuring a DRMS tree
    cdir = os.path.realpath(os.getcwd())
    versfile = cdir + '/base/' + VERS_FILE

    if not os.path.isfile(versfile):
        rv = RET_NOTDRMS

# Determine whether we are localizing a Stanford build, or a NetDRMS build. If configsdp.txt exists, then
# it is a Stanford build, otherwise it is a NetDRMS build.
if rv == RET_SUCCESS:
    stanfordFile = cdir + '/' + SDP_CFG
    if os.path.isfile(stanfordFile):
        net = bool(0)
    
    cfile = optD['dir'] + '/' + optD['base'] + '.h'
    mfile = optD['dir'] + '/' + optD['base'] + '.mk'
    pfile = optD['dir'] + '/' + optD['base'] + '.pm'
    pyfile = optD['dir'] + '/' + optD['base'] + '.py'
    shfile = optD['dir'] + '/' + optD['base'] + '.sh'
    pCfile = optD['dir'] + '/configure'
    pMfile = optD['dir'] + '/make_basic.mk'
    pRfile = optD['dir'] + '/Rules.mk'
    pTfile = optD['dir'] + '/target.mk'

    if net:
        try:
            with open(NET_CFGMAP, 'r') as fin:
                regexpComm = re.compile(r"^\s*#")
                regexp = re.compile(r"^\s*(\S+)\s+(\w:\S+)")
                # Must map from config.local namespace to DRMS namespace (e.g., the names used for the C macros)
                keymap = {}
                for line in fin:
                    matchobj = regexpComm.match(line)
                    if not matchobj is None:
                        # Skip comment line
                        continue

                    matchobj = regexp.match(line)
                    if not(matchobj is None):
                        # We have a key-value line
                        key = matchobj.group(1)
                        val = matchobj.group(2)
                        keymap[key] = val
        except OSError:
            sys.stderr.write('Unable to read configuration map-file ' + NET_CFGMAP + '.')
            rv = bool(1)

        # We also need to set the UID of the SUMS manager. We have the name of the
        # SUMS manager (it is in the configuration file)
        configureNet(NET_CFG, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, optD['base'], keymap, 'server' in optD)
    else:
        # A Stanford user can override the parameters in configsdp.txt by copying that file to config.local, 
        # and then editing config.local. So, if config.local exists, use that.
        if os.path.isfile(cdir + '/' + NET_CFG):
            configureSdp(NET_CFG, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, optD['base'])
        else:
            configureSdp(SDP_CFG, cfile, mfile, pfile, pyfile, shfile, pCfile, pMfile, pRfile, pTfile, optD['base'])

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