Source code for woob.browser.exceptions

# Copyright(C) 2014-2021 Romain Bignon
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import datetime

from dateutil.relativedelta import relativedelta
from requests.exceptions import HTTPError
from woob.exceptions import (
    BrowserHTTPError, BrowserHTTPNotFound, BrowserUnavailable,

[docs]class HTTPNotFound(HTTPError, BrowserHTTPNotFound): pass
[docs]class ClientError(HTTPError, BrowserHTTPError): pass
[docs]class ServerError(HTTPError, BrowserHTTPError, BrowserUnavailable): pass
[docs]class LoggedOut(Exception): pass
[docs]class BrowserTooManyRequests(BrowserUnavailable): """ Client tries to perform too many requests within a certain timeframe. The module should set the next_try if possible, else it is set to 24h. """ def __init__(self, message='', next_try=None): super(BrowserTooManyRequests, self).__init__(message) if isinstance(next_try, and not isinstance(next_try, datetime.datetime): next_try = datetime.datetime.combine(next_try, datetime.datetime.min.time()) if next_try is None: next_try = + relativedelta(days=1) if not isinstance(next_try, datetime.datetime): raise TypeError('next_try value should be a datetime.') self.next_try = next_try def __str__(self): return super(BrowserTooManyRequests, self).__str__() or 'Too many requests, next_try set %s' % self.next_try