The back-end websocket server for wowlet.
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# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
# Copyright (c) 2020, The Monero Project.
# Copyright (c) 2020, dsc@xmr.pm
from dateutil.parser import parse
import settings
from wowlet_backend.utils import httpget
from wowlet_backend.tasks import FeatherTask
class XmrigTask(FeatherTask):
"""Fetches the latest XMRig releases using Github's API"""
def __init__(self, interval: int = 43200):
super(XmrigTask, self).__init__(interval)
self._cache_key = "xmrig"
self._cache_expiry = self.interval * 10
self._websocket_cmd = "xmrig"
self._http_endpoint = "https://api.github.com/repos/xmrig/xmrig/releases"
async def task(self) -> dict:
blob = await httpget(self._http_endpoint)
if not isinstance(blob, list) or not blob:
raise Exception(f"Invalid JSON response for {self._http_endpoint}")
blob = blob[0]
# only uploaded assets
assets = list(filter(lambda k: k['state'] == 'uploaded', blob['assets']))
# only archives
assets = list(filter(lambda k: k['name'].endswith(('.tar.gz', '.zip')), assets))
version = blob['tag_name']
data = {}
# sort by OS
for asset in assets:
operating_system = "linux"
if "msvc" in asset['name'] or "win64" in asset['name']:
operating_system = "windows"
elif "macos" in asset["name"]:
operating_system = "macos"
data.setdefault(operating_system, [])
data[operating_system].append({
"name": asset["name"],
"created_at": parse(asset["created_at"]).strftime("%Y-%m-%d"),
"url": f"https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig/releases/download/{version}/{asset['name']}",
"download_count": int(asset["download_count"])
})
return {
"version": version,
"assets": data
}