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#    Copyright (C) 2001  Jeff Epler  <jepler@unpythonic.dhs.org>
#    Copyright (C) 2006  Csaba Henk  <csaba.henk@creo.hu>
#    This program can be distributed under the terms of the GNU LGPL.
#    See the file COPYING.
# On 2009-09-21 Csaba Henk granted permission for this file to be 
# licensed under the same terms as Tahoe-LAFS itself.

# suppress version mismatch warnings
    import warnings
                            'Python C API version mismatch',

from string import join
import sys
from errno import *
from os import environ
import re
from fuseparts import __version__
from fuseparts._fuse import main, FuseGetContext, FuseInvalidate
from fuseparts._fuse import FuseError, FuseAPIVersion
from fuseparts.subbedopts import SubOptsHive, SubbedOptFormatter
from fuseparts.subbedopts import SubbedOptIndentedFormatter, SubbedOptParse
from fuseparts.subbedopts import SUPPRESS_HELP, OptParseError
from fuseparts.setcompatwrap import set

###  API specification API.

# The actual API version of this module

def __getenv__(var, pattern = '.', trans = lambda x: x):
    Fetch enviroment variable and optionally transform it. Return `None` if
    variable is unset. Bail out if value of variable doesn't match (optional)
    regex pattern.

    if var not in environ:
        return None
    val = environ[var]
    rpat = pattern
    if not isinstance(rpat, type(re.compile(''))):
        rpat = re.compile(rpat)
    if not rpat.search(val):
        raise RuntimeError("env var %s doesn't match required pattern %s" % \
                           (var, `pattern`))
    return trans(val)

def get_fuse_python_api():
    if fuse_python_api:
        return fuse_python_api
    elif compat_0_1:
        # deprecated way of API specification
        return (0,1)

def get_compat_0_1():
    return get_fuse_python_api() == (0, 1)

# API version to be used
fuse_python_api = __getenv__('FUSE_PYTHON_API', '^[\d.]+$',
                              lambda x: tuple([int(i) for i in x.split('.')]))

# deprecated way of API specification
compat_0_1 = __getenv__('FUSE_PYTHON_COMPAT', '^(0.1|ALL)$', lambda x: True)

fuse_python_api = get_fuse_python_api()

###  Parsing for FUSE.

00091 class FuseArgs(SubOptsHive):
    Class representing a FUSE command line.

    fuse_modifiers = {'showhelp': '-ho',
                      'showversion': '-V',
                      'foreground': '-f'}

    def __init__(self):


        self.modifiers = {}
        self.mountpoint = None

        for m in self.fuse_modifiers:
            self.modifiers[m] = False

    def __str__(self):
        return '\n'.join(['< on ' + str(self.mountpoint) + ':',
                          '  ' + str(self.modifiers), '  -o ']) + \
               ',\n     '.join(self._str_core()) + \
               ' >'

    def getmod(self, mod):
        return self.modifiers[mod]

    def setmod(self, mod):
        self.modifiers[mod] = True

    def unsetmod(self, mod):
        self.modifiers[mod] = False

    def mount_expected(self):
        if self.getmod('showhelp'):
            return False
        if self.getmod('showversion'):
            return False
        return True

00132     def assemble(self):
        """Mangle self into an argument array"""

        args = [sys.argv and sys.argv[0] or "python"]
        if self.mountpoint:
        for m, v in self.modifiers.iteritems():
            if v:

        opta = []
        for o, v in self.optdict.iteritems():
                opta.append(o + '=' + v)

        if opta:
            args.append("-o" + ",".join(opta))

        return args

00153     def filter(self, other=None):
        Same as for SubOptsHive, with the following difference:
        if other is not specified, `Fuse.fuseoptref()` is run and its result
        will be used.

        if not other:
            other = Fuse.fuseoptref()

        return SubOptsHive.filter(self, other)

class FuseFormatter(SubbedOptIndentedFormatter):

    def __init__(self, **kw):
        if not 'indent_increment' in kw:
            kw['indent_increment'] = 4
        SubbedOptIndentedFormatter.__init__(self, **kw)

    def store_option_strings(self, parser):
        SubbedOptIndentedFormatter.store_option_strings(self, parser)
        # 27 is how the lib stock help appears
        self.help_position = max(self.help_position, 27)
        self.help_width = self.width - self.help_position

00181 class FuseOptParse(SubbedOptParse):
    This class alters / enhances `SubbedOptParse` so that it's
    suitable for usage with FUSE.

    - When adding options, you can use the `mountopt` pseudo-attribute which
      is equivalent with adding a subopt for option ``-o``
      (it doesn't require an option argument).

    - FUSE compatible help and version printing.

    - Error and exit callbacks are relaxed. In case of FUSE, the command
      line is to be treated as a DSL [#]_. You don't wanna this module to
      force an exit on you just because you hit a DSL syntax error.

    - Built-in support for conventional FUSE options (``-d``, ``-f`, ``-s``).
      The way of this can be tuned by keyword arguments, see below.

    .. [#] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain-specific_programming_language

    Keyword arguments for initialization

      Boolean [default is `True`].
      Enables support for the usual interpretation of the ``-d``, ``-f``

      Boolean [default is `True`].
      If it's True, then the last (non-option) argument
      (if there is such a thing) will be used as the FUSE mountpoint.

      String: ``whine``, ``undef``, or ``setsingle`` [default is ``whine``].
      The ``-s`` option -- traditionally for asking for single-threadedness --
      is an oddball: single/multi threadedness of a fuse-py fs doesn't depend
      on the FUSE command line, we have direct control over it.

      Therefore we have two conflicting principles:

      - *Orthogonality*: option parsing shouldn't affect the backing `Fuse`
        instance directly, only via its `fuse_args` attribute.

      - *POLS*: behave like other FUSE based fs-es do. The stock FUSE help
        makes mention of ``-s`` as a single-threadedness setter.

      So, if we follow POLS and implement a conventional ``-s`` option, then
      we have to go beyond the `fuse_args` attribute and set the respective
      Fuse attribute directly, hence violating orthogonality.

      We let the fs authors make their choice: ``dash_s_do=undef`` leaves this
      option unhandled, and the fs author can add a handler as she desires.
      ``dash_s_do=setsingle`` enables the traditional behaviour.

      Using ``dash_s_do=setsingle`` is not problematic at all, but we want fs
      authors be aware of the particularity of ``-s``, therefore the default is
      the ``dash_s_do=whine`` setting which raises an exception for ``-s`` and
      suggests the user to read this documentation.

      Argument should be a SubbedOpt instance (created with
      ``action="store_hive"`` if you want it to be useful).
      This lets you customize the handler of the ``-o`` option. For example,
      you can alter or suppress the generic ``-o`` entry in help output.

    def __init__(self, *args, **kw):

        self.mountopts = []

        self.fuse_args = \
            'fuse_args' in kw and kw.pop('fuse_args') or FuseArgs()
        dsd = 'dash_s_do' in kw and kw.pop('dash_s_do') or 'whine'
        if 'fetch_mp' in kw:
            self.fetch_mp = bool(kw.pop('fetch_mp'))
            self.fetch_mp = True
        if 'standard_mods' in kw:
            smods = bool(kw.pop('standard_mods'))
            smods = True
        if 'fuse' in kw:
            self.fuse = kw.pop('fuse')
        if not 'formatter' in kw:
            kw['formatter'] = FuseFormatter()
        doh = 'dash_o_handler' in kw and kw.pop('dash_o_handler')

        SubbedOptParse.__init__(self, *args, **kw)

        if doh:
            self.add_option('-o', action='store_hive',
                            subopts_hive=self.fuse_args, help="mount options",

        if smods:
            self.add_option('-f', action='callback',
                            callback=lambda *a: self.fuse_args.setmod('foreground'),
            self.add_option('-d', action='callback',
                            callback=lambda *a: self.fuse_args.add('debug'),

        if dsd == 'whine':
            def dsdcb(option, opt_str, value, parser):
                raise RuntimeError, """

! If you want the "-s" option to work, pass
!   dash_s_do='setsingle'
! to the Fuse constructor. See docstring of the FuseOptParse class for an
! explanation why is it not set by default.

        elif dsd == 'setsingle':
            def dsdcb(option, opt_str, value, parser):
                self.fuse.multithreaded = False

        elif dsd == 'undef':
            dsdcb = None
            raise ArgumentError, "key `dash_s_do': uninterpreted value " + str(dsd)

        if dsdcb:
            self.add_option('-s', action='callback', callback=dsdcb,

    def exit(self, status=0, msg=None):
        if msg:

    def error(self, msg):
        SubbedOptParse.error(self, msg)
        raise OptParseError, msg

    def print_help(self, file=sys.stderr):
        SubbedOptParse.print_help(self, file)
        print >> file

    def print_version(self, file=sys.stderr):
        SubbedOptParse.print_version(self, file)

    def parse_args(self, args=None, values=None):
        o, a = SubbedOptParse.parse_args(self, args, values)
        if a and self.fetch_mp:
            self.fuse_args.mountpoint = a.pop()
        return o, a

    def add_option(self, *opts, **attrs):
        if 'mountopt' in attrs:
            if opts or 'subopt' in attrs:
                raise OptParseError(
                  "having options or specifying the `subopt' attribute conflicts with `mountopt' attribute")
            opts = ('-o',)
            attrs['subopt'] = attrs.pop('mountopt')
            if not 'dest' in attrs:
                attrs['dest'] = attrs['subopt']

        SubbedOptParse.add_option(self, *opts, **attrs)

###  The FUSE interface.

class ErrnoWrapper(object):

    def __init__(self, func):
        self.func = func

    def __call__(self, *args, **kw):
            return apply(self.func, args, kw)
        except (IOError, OSError), detail:
            # Sometimes this is an int, sometimes an instance...
            if hasattr(detail, "errno"): detail = detail.errno
            return -detail

########### Custom objects for transmitting system structures to FUSE

class FuseStruct(object):

    def __init__(self, **kw):
        for k in kw:
             setattr(self, k, kw[k])

00380 class Stat(FuseStruct):
    Auxiliary class which can be filled up stat attributes.
    The attributes are undefined by default.

    def __init__(self, **kw):
        self.st_mode  = None
        self.st_ino   = 0
        self.st_dev   = 0
        self.st_nlink = None
        self.st_uid   = 0
        self.st_gid   = 0
        self.st_size  = 0
        self.st_atime = 0
        self.st_mtime = 0
        self.st_ctime = 0

        FuseStruct.__init__(self, **kw)

00401 class StatVfs(FuseStruct):
    Auxiliary class which can be filled up statvfs attributes.
    The attributes are 0 by default.

    def __init__(self, **kw):

        self.f_bsize   = 0
        self.f_frsize  = 0
        self.f_blocks  = 0
        self.f_bfree   = 0
        self.f_bavail  = 0
        self.f_files   = 0
        self.f_ffree   = 0
        self.f_favail  = 0
        self.f_flag    = 0
        self.f_namemax = 0

        FuseStruct.__init__(self, **kw)

00423 class Direntry(FuseStruct):
    Auxiliary class for carrying directory entry data.
    Initialized with `name`. Further attributes (each
    set to 0 as default):

        An integer (or long) parameter, used as a bookmark
        during directory traversal.
        This needs to be set it you want stateful directory

       Directory entry type, should be one of the stat type
       specifiers (stat.S_IFLNK, stat.S_IFBLK, stat.S_IFDIR,
       stat.S_IFCHR, stat.S_IFREG, stat.S_IFIFO, stat.S_IFSOCK).

       Directory entry inode number.

    Note that Python's standard directory reading interface is
    stateless and provides only names, so the above optional
    attributes doesn't make sense in that context.

    def __init__(self, name, **kw):

        self.name   = name
        self.offset = 0
        self.type   = 0
        self.ino    = 0

        FuseStruct.__init__(self, **kw)

00458 class Flock(FuseStruct):
    Class for representing flock structures (cf. fcntl(3)).
    It makes sense to give values to the `l_type`, `l_start`,
    `l_len`, `l_pid` attributes (`l_whence` is not used by
    FUSE, see ``fuse.h``).

    def __init__(self, name, **kw):
        self.l_type  = None
        self.l_start = None
        self.l_len   = None
        self.l_pid   = None
        FuseStruct.__init__(self, **kw)

00477 class Timespec(FuseStruct):
    Cf. struct timespec in time.h:

    def __init__(self, name, **kw):
        self.tv_sec  = None
        self.tv_nsec = None
        FuseStruct.__init__(self, **kw)

class FuseFileInfo(FuseStruct):

    def __init__(self, **kw):

        self.keep      = False
        self.direct_io = False

        FuseStruct.__init__(self, **kw)

########## Interface for requiring certain features from your underlying FUSE library.

def feature_needs(*feas):
    Get info about the FUSE API version needed for the support of some features.

    This function takes a variable number of feature patterns.

    A feature pattern is either:

    -  an integer (directly referring to a FUSE API version number)
    -  a built-in feature specifier string (meaning defined by dictionary)
    -  a string of the form ``has_foo``, where ``foo`` is a filesystem method
       (refers to the API version where the method has been introduced)
    -  a list/tuple of other feature patterns (matches each of its members)
    -  a regexp (meant to be matched against the builtins plus ``has_foo``
       patterns; can also be given by a string of the from "re:*")
    -  a negated regexp (can be given by a string of the form "!re:*")

    If called with no arguments, then the list of builtins is returned, mapped
    to their meaning.

    Otherwise the function returns the smallest FUSE API version number which
    has all the matching features.

    Builtin specifiers worth to explicit mention:
    - ``stateful_files``: you want to use custom filehandles (eg. a file class).
    - ``*``: you want all features.
    - while ``has_foo`` makes sense for all filesystem method ``foo``, some
      of these can be found among the builtins, too (the ones which can be
      handled by the general rule).

    specifiers like ``has_foo`` refer to requirement that the library knows of
      the fs method ``foo``.

    fmap = {'stateful_files': 22,
            'stateful_dirs':  23,
            'stateful_io':    ('stateful_files', 'stateful_dirs'),
            'stateful_files_keep_cache': 23,
            'stateful_files_direct_io': 23,
            'keep_cache':     ('stateful_files_keep_cache',),
            'direct_io':      ('stateful_files_direct_io',),
            'has_opendir':    ('stateful_dirs',),
            'has_releasedir': ('stateful_dirs',),
            'has_fsyncdir':   ('stateful_dirs',),
            'has_create':     25,
            'has_access':     25,
            'has_fgetattr':   25,
            'has_ftruncate':  25,
            'has_fsinit':     ('has_init'),
            'has_fsdestroy':  ('has_destroy'),
            'has_lock':       26,
            'has_utimens':    26,
            'has_bmap':       26,
            'has_init':       23,
            'has_destroy':    23,
            '*':              '!re:^\*$'}

    if not feas:
        return fmap

    def resolve(args, maxva):

        for fp in args:
            if isinstance(fp, int):
                maxva[0] = max(maxva[0], fp)
            if isinstance(fp, list) or isinstance(fp, tuple):
                for f in fp:
                    yield f
            ma = isinstance(fp, str) and re.compile("(!\s*|)re:(.*)").match(fp)
            if isinstance(fp, type(re.compile(''))) or ma:
                neg = False
                if ma:
                    mag = ma.groups()
                    fp = re.compile(mag[1])
                    neg = bool(mag[0])
                for f in fmap.keys() + [ 'has_' + a for a in Fuse._attrs ]:
                    if neg != bool(re.search(fp, f)):
                        yield f
            ma = re.compile("has_(.*)").match(fp)
            if ma and ma.groups()[0] in Fuse._attrs and not fp in fmap:
                yield 21
            yield fmap[fp]

    maxva = [0]
    while feas:
        feas = set(resolve(feas, maxva))

    return maxva[0]

def APIVersion():
    """Get the API version of your underlying FUSE lib"""

    return FuseAPIVersion()

def feature_assert(*feas):
    Takes some feature patterns (like in `feature_needs`).
    Raises a fuse.FuseError if your underlying FUSE lib fails
    to have some of the matching features.

    (Note: use a ``has_foo`` type feature assertion only if lib support
    for method ``foo`` is *necessary* for your fs. Don't use this assertion
    just because your fs implements ``foo``. The usefulness of ``has_foo``
    is limited by the fact that we can't guarantee that your FUSE kernel
    module also supports ``foo``.)

    fav = APIVersion()

    for fea in feas:
        fn = feature_needs(fea)
        if fav < fn:
            raise FuseError(
              "FUSE API version %d is required for feature `%s' but only %d is available" % \
              (fn, str(fea), fav))

############# Subclass this.

00629 class Fuse(object):
    Python interface to FUSE.

    Basic usage:

    - instantiate

    - add options to `parser` attribute (an instance of `FuseOptParse`)

    - call `parse`

    - call `main`

    _attrs = ['getattr', 'readlink', 'readdir', 'mknod', 'mkdir',
              'unlink', 'rmdir', 'symlink', 'rename', 'link', 'chmod',
              'chown', 'truncate', 'utime', 'open', 'read', 'write', 'release',
              'statfs', 'fsync', 'create', 'opendir', 'releasedir', 'fsyncdir',
              'flush', 'fgetattr', 'ftruncate', 'getxattr', 'listxattr',
              'setxattr', 'removexattr', 'access', 'lock', 'utimens', 'bmap',
              'fsinit', 'fsdestroy']

    fusage = "%prog [mountpoint] [options]"

00654     def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
        Not much happens here apart from initializing the `parser` attribute.
        Arguments are forwarded to the constructor of the parser class almost

        The parser class is `FuseOptParse` unless you specify one using the
        ``parser_class`` keyword. (See `FuseOptParse` documentation for
        available options.)

        if not fuse_python_api:
            raise RuntimeError, __name__ + """.fuse_python_api not defined.

! Please define """ + __name__ + """.fuse_python_api internally (eg.
! (1)  """ + __name__ + """.fuse_python_api = """ + `FUSE_PYTHON_API_VERSION` + """
! ) or in the enviroment (eg. 
! (2)  FUSE_PYTHON_API=0.1
! ).
! If you are actually developing a filesystem, probably (1) is the way to go.
! If you are using a filesystem written before 2007 Q2, probably (2) is what
! you want."

        def malformed():
            raise RuntimeError, \
                  "malformatted fuse_python_api value " + `fuse_python_api`
        if not isinstance(fuse_python_api, tuple):
        for i in fuse_python_api:
            if not isinstance(i, int) or i < 0:

        if fuse_python_api > FUSE_PYTHON_API_VERSION:
            raise RuntimeError, """
! You require FUSE-Python API version """ + `fuse_python_api` + """.
! However, the latest available is """ + `FUSE_PYTHON_API_VERSION` + """.

        self.fuse_args = \
            'fuse_args' in kw and kw.pop('fuse_args') or FuseArgs()

        if get_compat_0_1():
            return self.__init_0_1__(*args, **kw)

        self.multithreaded = True

        if not 'usage' in kw:
            kw['usage'] = self.fusage
        if not 'fuse_args' in kw:
            kw['fuse_args'] = self.fuse_args
        kw['fuse'] = self
        parserclass = \
          'parser_class' in kw and kw.pop('parser_class') or FuseOptParse

        self.parser = parserclass(*args, **kw)
        self.methproxy = self.Methproxy()

00717     def parse(self, *args, **kw):
        """Parse command line, fill `fuse_args` attribute."""

        ev = 'errex' in kw and kw.pop('errex')
        if ev and not isinstance(ev, int):
            raise TypeError, "error exit value should be an integer"

            self.cmdline = self.parser.parse_args(*args, **kw)
        except OptParseError:
          if ev:

        return self.fuse_args

00733     def main(self, args=None):
        """Enter filesystem service loop."""

        if get_compat_0_1():
            args = self.main_0_1_preamble()

        d = {'multithreaded': self.multithreaded and 1 or 0}
        d['fuse_args'] = args or self.fuse_args.assemble()

        for t in 'file_class', 'dir_class':
            if hasattr(self, t):
                getattr(self.methproxy, 'set_' + t)(getattr(self,t))

        for a in self._attrs:
            b = a
            if get_compat_0_1() and a in self.compatmap:
                b = self.compatmap[a]
            if hasattr(self, b):
                c = ''
                if get_compat_0_1() and hasattr(self, a + '_compat_0_1'):
                    c = '_compat_0_1'
                d[a] = ErrnoWrapper(self.lowwrap(a + c))

        except FuseError:
            if args or self.fuse_args.mount_expected():

00762     def lowwrap(self, fname):
        Wraps the fname method when the C code expects a different kind of
        callback than we have in the fusepy API. (The wrapper is usually for
        performing some checks or transfromations which could be done in C but
        is simpler if done in Python.)

        Currently `open` and `create` are wrapped: a boolean flag is added
        which indicates if the result is to be kept during the opened file's
        lifetime or can be thrown away. Namely, it's considered disposable
        if it's an instance of FuseFileInfo.
        fun = getattr(self, fname)

        if fname in ('open', 'create'):
            def wrap(*a, **kw):
                res = fun(*a, **kw)
                if not res or type(res) == type(0):
                    return res
                    return (res, type(res) != FuseFileInfo)
        elif fname == 'utimens':
            def wrap(path, acc_sec, acc_nsec, mod_sec, mod_nsec):
                ts_acc = Timespec(tv_sec = acc_sec, tv_nsec = acc_nsec)
                ts_mod = Timespec(tv_sec = mod_sec, tv_nsec = mod_nsec)
                return fun(path, ts_acc, ts_mod)
            wrap = fun

        return wrap

    def GetContext(self):
        return FuseGetContext(self)

    def Invalidate(self, path):
        return FuseInvalidate(self, path)

00799     def fuseoptref(cls):
        Find out which options are recognized by the library.
        Result is a `FuseArgs` instance with the list of supported
        options, suitable for passing on to the `filter` method of
        another `FuseArgs` instance.

        import os, re

        pr, pw = os.pipe()
        pid = os.fork()
        if pid == 0:
             os.dup2(pw, 2)

             fh = cls()
             fh.fuse_args = FuseArgs()


        fa = FuseArgs()
        ore = re.compile("-o\s+([\w\[\]]+(?:=\w+)?)")
        fpr = os.fdopen(pr)
        for l in fpr:
             m = ore.search(l)
             if m:
                 o = m.groups()[0]
                 oa = [o]
                 # try to catch two-in-one options (like "[no]foo")
                 opa = o.split("[")
                 if len(opa) == 2:
                    o1, ox = opa
                    oxpa = ox.split("]")
                    if len(oxpa) == 2:
                       oo, o2 = oxpa
                       oa = [o1 + o2, o1 + oo + o2]
                 for o in oa:

        return fa

    fuseoptref = classmethod(fuseoptref)

    class Methproxy(object):

        def __init__(self):

            class mpx(object):
               def __init__(self, name):
                   self.name = name
               def __call__(self, *a, **kw):
                   return getattr(a[-1], self.name)(*(a[1:-1]), **kw)

            self.proxyclass = mpx
            self.mdic = {}
            self.file_class = None
            self.dir_class = None

        def __call__(self, meth):
            return meth in self.mdic and self.mdic[meth] or None

        def _add_class_type(cls, type, inits, proxied):

            def setter(self, xcls):

                setattr(self, type + '_class', xcls)

                for m in inits:
                    self.mdic[m] = xcls

                for m in proxied:
                    if hasattr(xcls, m):
                        self.mdic[m] = self.proxyclass(m)

            setattr(cls, 'set_' + type + '_class', setter)

        _add_class_type = classmethod(_add_class_type)

    Methproxy._add_class_type('file', ('open', 'create'),
                              ('read', 'write', 'fsync', 'release', 'flush',
                               'fgetattr', 'ftruncate', 'lock'))
    Methproxy._add_class_type('dir', ('opendir',),
                              ('readdir', 'fsyncdir', 'releasedir'))

    def __getattr__(self, meth):

        m = self.methproxy(meth)
        if m:
            return m

        raise AttributeError, "Fuse instance has no attribute '%s'" % meth

###  Compat stuff.

    def __init_0_1__(self, *args, **kw):

        self.flags = 0
        multithreaded = 0

        # default attributes
        if args == ():
            # there is a self.optlist.append() later on, make sure it won't
            # bomb out.
            self.optlist = []
            self.optlist = args
        self.optdict = kw

        if len(self.optlist) == 1:
            self.mountpoint = self.optlist[0]
            self.mountpoint = None

        # grab command-line arguments, if any.
        # Those will override whatever parameters
        # were passed to __init__ directly.
        argv = sys.argv
        argc = len(argv)
        if argc > 1:
            # we've been given the mountpoint
            self.mountpoint = argv[1]
        if argc > 2:
            # we've received mount args
            optstr = argv[2]
            opts = optstr.split(",")
            for o in opts:
                    k, v = o.split("=", 1)
                    self.optdict[k] = v

    def main_0_1_preamble(self):

        cfargs = FuseArgs()

        cfargs.mountpoint = self.mountpoint

        if hasattr(self, 'debug'):

        if hasattr(self, 'allow_other'):

        if hasattr(self, 'kernel_cache'):

        return cfargs.assemble()

    def getattr_compat_0_1(self, *a):
        from os import stat_result

        return stat_result(self.getattr(*a))

    def statfs_compat_0_1(self, *a):

        oout = self.statfs(*a)
        lo = len(oout)

        svf = StatVfs()
        svf.f_bsize   = oout[0]                   # 0
        svf.f_frsize  = oout[lo >= 8 and 7 or 0]  # 1
        svf.f_blocks  = oout[1]                   # 2
        svf.f_bfree   = oout[2]                   # 3
        svf.f_bavail  = oout[3]                   # 4
        svf.f_files   = oout[4]                   # 5
        svf.f_ffree   = oout[5]                   # 6
        svf.f_favail  = lo >= 9 and oout[8] or 0  # 7
        svf.f_flag    = lo >= 10 and oout[9] or 0 # 8
        svf.f_namemax = oout[6]                   # 9

        return svf

    def readdir_compat_0_1(self, path, offset, *fh):

        for name, type in self.getdir(path):
            de = Direntry(name)
            de.type = type

            yield de

    compatmap = {'readdir': 'getdir'}

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