Source code for woob.core.woob

# Copyright(C) 2010-2021 Romain Bignon
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from __future__ import annotations

import os
from pathlib import Path
import logging
import warnings

from typing import List, Callable, Dict, Iterator

from woob import __version__
from woob.capabilities.base import Capability
from woob.core.backendscfg import BackendsConfig
from woob.core.bcall import BackendsCall
from woob.core.modules import ModulesLoader, RepositoryModulesLoader
from woob.core.repositories import Repositories, IProgress, PrintProgress
from woob.core.requests import RequestsManager
from woob.core.scheduler import IScheduler, Scheduler
from woob.exceptions import ModuleLoadError
from import Module
from import ConfigError
from import getLogger
from import classproperty
from import IStorage

__all__ = ['WoobBase', 'Woob']

[docs]class VersionsMismatchError(ConfigError): pass
[docs]class WoobBase: """ Woob class to load modules from a specific path, without deal with woob remote repositories. It provides methods to build backends or call methods on all loaded backends. You should use this class when you want to build an application using Woob as a library, without using the standard modules nor the automatic module download and update machanism. When using WoobBase, you have to explicitely provide module paths and deal yourself with backend configuration. :param modules_path: path to directory containing modules. :type modules_path: :class:`str` :param storage: provide a storage where backends can save data :type storage: :class:`` :param scheduler: what scheduler to use; default is :class:`woob.core.scheduler.Scheduler` :type scheduler: :class:`woob.core.scheduler.IScheduler` """ @classproperty def VERSION(self): warnings.warn('Use woob.__version__ instead.', DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2) return __version__ def __init__(self, modules_path: str | None = None, storage: IStorage | None = None, scheduler: IScheduler | None = None): self.logger = getLogger('woob') self.backend_instances: Dict[str, Module] = {} self.requests = RequestsManager() self.modules_path = modules_path self.modules_loader = self.build_modules_loader() if scheduler is None: scheduler = Scheduler() self.scheduler = scheduler = storage def __deinit__(self): self.deinit()
[docs] def deinit(self): """ Call this method when you stop using Woob, to properly unload all correctly. """ self.unload_backends()
[docs] def build_modules_loader(self) -> ModulesLoader: """ Build the module loader for the current application. This can be overridden by children to avoid overriding an already existing modules loader. :rtype: ModulesLoader """ return ModulesLoader(self.modules_path, __version__)
[docs] def build_backend(self, module_name: str, params: Dict[str, str] | None = None, storage: IStorage | None = None, name: str | None = None, nofail: bool = False, logger: logging.Logger | None = None) -> Module: """ Create a backend. It does not load it into the Woob object, so you are responsible for deinitialization and calls. :param module_name: name of module :param params: parameters to give to backend :type params: :class:`dict` :param storage: storage to use :type storage: :class:`` :param name: name of backend :type name: :class:`str` :param nofail: if true, this call can't fail :type nofail: :class:`bool` :param logger: logger to use :type logger: :class:`logging.Logger` :rtype: :class:`` """ module = self.modules_loader.get_or_load_module(module_name) backend_instance = module.create_instance(self, name or module_name, params or {}, storage, nofail, logger=logger or self.logger) return backend_instance
[docs] class LoadError(Exception): """ Raised when a backend is unabled to load. :param backend_name: name of backend we can't load :param exception: exception object """ def __init__(self, backend_name: str, message: str): super().__init__(message) self.backend_name = backend_name
[docs] def load_backend(self, module_name: str, name: str, params: dict | None = None, storage: IStorage | None = None, nofail: bool = False): """ Load a backend. :param module_name: name of module to load :type module_name: :class:`str`: :param name: name of instance :type name: :class:`str` :param params: parameters to give to backend :type params: :class:`dict` :param storage: storage to use :type storage: :class:`` :param nofail: if true, this call can't fail :type nofail: :class:`bool` :rtype: :class:`` """ if name is None: name = module_name if name in self.backend_instances: raise self.LoadError(name, 'A loaded backend already named "%s"' % name) backend = self.build_backend(module_name, params, storage, name, nofail=nofail) self.backend_instances[name] = backend return backend
[docs] def unload_backends(self, names: str | List[str] | None = None) -> Dict[str, Module]: """ Unload backends. :param names: if specified, only unload that backends :type names: :class:`list` """ unloaded = {} if isinstance(names, str): names = [names] elif names is None: names = list(self.backend_instances.keys()) for name in names: backend = self.backend_instances.pop(name) with backend: backend.deinit() unloaded[] = backend return unloaded
def __getitem__(self, name: str) -> Module: """ Alias for :func:`WoobBase.get_backend`. """ return self.get_backend(name)
[docs] def get_backend(self, name: str, **kwargs) -> Module: """ Get a backend from its name. :param name: name of backend to get :type name: str :param default: if specified, get this value when the backend is not found :type default: whatever you want :raises: :class:`KeyError` if not found. """ try: return self.backend_instances[name] except KeyError: if 'default' in kwargs: return kwargs['default'] else: raise
[docs] def count_backends(self) -> int: """ Get number of loaded backends. """ return len(self.backend_instances)
[docs] def iter_backends( self, caps: List[Capability] | None = None, module: str | None = None ) -> Iterator[Module]: """ Iter on each backends. Note: each backend is locked when it is returned. :param caps: optional list of capabilities to select backends :type caps: tuple[:class:`woob.capabilities.base.Capability`] :param module: optional name of module :type module: :class:`str` :rtype: iter[:class:``] """ for _, backend in sorted(self.backend_instances.items()): if (caps is None or backend.has_caps(caps)) and \ (module is None or backend.NAME == module): with backend: yield backend
def __getattr__(self, name: str) -> Callable[..., BackendsCall]: def caller(*args, **kwargs): return, *args, **kwargs) return caller
[docs] def do(self, function: Callable | str, *args, **kwargs) -> BackendsCall: r""" Do calls on loaded backends with specified arguments, in separated threads. This function has two modes: - If *function* is a string, it calls the method with this name on each backends with the specified arguments; - If *function* is a callable, it calls it in a separated thread with the locked backend instance at first arguments, and \*args and \*\*kwargs. :param function: backend's method name, or a callable object :type function: :class:`str` :param backends: list of backends to iterate on :type backends: list[:class:`str`] :param caps: iterate on backends which implement this caps :type caps: list[:class:`woob.capabilities.base.Capability`] :rtype: A :class:`woob.core.bcall.BackendsCall` object (iterable) """ backends = list(self.backend_instances.values()) _backends = kwargs.pop('backends', None) if _backends is not None: if isinstance(_backends, Module): backends = [_backends] elif isinstance(_backends, str): if len(_backends) > 0: try: backends = [self.backend_instances[_backends]] except (ValueError, KeyError): backends = [] elif isinstance(_backends, (list, tuple, set)): backends = [] for backend in _backends: if isinstance(backend, str): try: backends.append(self.backend_instances[backend]) except (ValueError, KeyError): pass else: backends.append(backend) else: self.logger.warning('The "backends" value isn\'t supported: %r', _backends) if 'caps' in kwargs: caps = kwargs.pop('caps') backends = [backend for backend in backends if backend.has_caps(caps)] # The return value MUST BE the BackendsCall instance. Please never iterate # here on this object, because caller might want to use other methods, like # wait() on callback_thread(). # Thanks a lot. return BackendsCall(backends, function, *args, **kwargs)
[docs] def schedule(self, interval: int, function: Callable, *args) -> int | None: """ Schedule an event. :param interval: delay before calling the function :type interval: int :param function: function to call :type function: callabale :param args: arguments to give to function :returns: an event identificator """ return self.scheduler.schedule(interval, function, *args)
[docs] def repeat(self, interval: int, function: Callable, *args) -> int | None: """ Repeat a call to a function :param interval: interval between two calls :type interval: int :param function: function to call :type function: callable :param args: arguments to give to function :returns: an event identificator """ return self.scheduler.repeat(interval, function, *args)
[docs] def cancel(self, ev: int) -> bool: """ Cancel an event :param ev: the event identificator """ return self.scheduler.cancel(ev)
[docs] def want_stop(self) -> None: """ Plan to stop the scheduler. """ return self.scheduler.want_stop()
[docs] def loop(self): """ Run the scheduler loop """ return
[docs] def load_or_install_module(self, module_name: str) -> Module: """ Load a backend, but can't install it """ return self.modules_loader.get_or_load_module(module_name)
[docs]class Woob(WoobBase): """ The main class of Woob, used to manage backends, modules repositories and call methods on all loaded backends. :param workdir: optional parameter to set path of the working directory :type workdir: str :param datadir: optional parameter to set path of the data directory :type datadir: str :param backends_filename: name of the *backends* file, where configuration of backends is stored :type backends_filename: str :param storage: provide a storage where backends can save data :type storage: :class:`` """ BACKENDS_FILENAME = 'backends' def __init__( self, workdir: str | None = None, datadir: str | None = None, backends_filename: str | None = None, scheduler: IScheduler | None = None, storage: IStorage | None = None ): # Create WORKDIR xdg_config = Path(os.environ.get("XDG_CONFIG_HOME") or Path.home() / ".config") workdir_paths = [ workdir, os.environ.get("WOOB_WORKDIR"), os.environ.get("WEBOOB_WORKDIR"), ] workdir = self._get_working_dir(workdir_paths, xdg_config / "woob") self.workdir = os.path.realpath(workdir) self._create_dir(self.workdir) # Create DATADIR xdg_data = Path(os.environ.get("XDG_DATA_HOME") or Path.home() / ".local" / "share") datadir_paths = [ datadir, os.environ.get("WOOB_DATADIR"), os.environ.get("WOOB_WORKDIR"), os.environ.get("WEBOOB_DATADIR"), os.environ.get("WEBOOB_WORKDIR"), ] datadir = self._get_working_dir(datadir_paths, xdg_data / "woob") datadir = os.path.realpath(datadir) self._create_dir(datadir) # Modules management self.repositories = Repositories(workdir, datadir, __version__) # Backend instances config if not backends_filename: backends_filename = ( os.environ.get('WOOB_BACKENDS') or os.environ.get('WEBOOB_BACKENDS') or os.path.join(self.workdir, self.BACKENDS_FILENAME) ) elif not backends_filename.startswith('/'): backends_filename = os.path.join(self.workdir, backends_filename) self.backends_config: BackendsConfig = BackendsConfig(backends_filename) super().__init__(modules_path=None, scheduler=scheduler, storage=storage)
[docs] def build_modules_loader(self) -> RepositoryModulesLoader: """ Build the module loader for the current application. :rtype: ModulesLoader """ return RepositoryModulesLoader(self.repositories)
def _get_working_dir(self, priority_dirs: List[str | None], user_dir: str | Path) -> str: for directory in priority_dirs: if directory: return str(directory) return str(user_dir) def _create_dir(self, name: str): if not os.path.exists(name): os.makedirs(name) elif not os.path.isdir(name): self.logger.error('"%s" is not a directory', name)
[docs] def update(self, progress: IProgress = PrintProgress()): """ Update modules from repositories. :param progress: object notified when there is a progress :type progress: IProgress """ self.repositories.update(progress) modules_to_check = set([module_name for _, module_name, _ in self.backends_config.iter_backends()]) for module_name in modules_to_check: minfo = self.repositories.get_module_info(module_name) if minfo and not minfo.is_installed(): self.repositories.install(minfo, progress)
[docs] def build_backend(self, module_name: str, params: Dict[str, str] | None = None, storage: IStorage | None = None, name: str | None = None, nofail: bool = False, logger: logging.Logger | None = None) -> Module: """ Create a single backend which is not listed in configuration. :param module_name: name of module :type module_name: str :param params: parameters to give to backend :type params: :class:`dict` :param storage: storage to use :type storage: :class:`` :param name: name of backend :type name: :class:`str` :rtype: :class:`` :param nofail: if true, this call can't fail :type nofail: :class:`bool` """ minfo = self.repositories.get_module_info(module_name) if minfo is None: raise ModuleLoadError(module_name, 'Module does not exist.') if not minfo.is_installed(): self.repositories.install(minfo) return super().build_backend(module_name, params, storage, name, nofail, logger)
[docs] def load_backends(self, caps: List[Capability | str] | None = None, names: List[str] | None = None, modules: List[str] | None = None, exclude: List[str] | None= None, storage: IStorage | None = None, errors: List['Woob.LoadError'] | None = None) -> Dict[str, Module]: """ Load backends listed in config file. :param caps: load backends which implement all of specified caps :type caps: tuple[:class:`woob.capabilities.base.Capability`] :param names: load backends in list :type names: tuple[:class:`str`] :param modules: load backends which module is in list :type modules: tuple[:class:`str`] :param exclude: do not load backends in list :type exclude: tuple[:class:`str`] :param storage: use this storage if specified :type storage: :class:`` :param errors: if specified, store every errors in this list :type errors: list[:class:`LoadError`] :returns: loaded backends :rtype: dict[:class:`str`, :class:``] """ loaded = {} if storage is None: storage = if not self.repositories.check_repositories(): self.logger.error('Repositories are not consistent with the sources.list') raise VersionsMismatchError('Versions mismatch, please run "woob config update"') for backend_name, module_name, params in self.backends_config.iter_backends(): if '_enabled' in params and not params['_enabled'].lower() in ('1', 'y', 'true', 'on', 'yes') or \ names is not None and backend_name not in names or \ modules is not None and module_name not in modules or \ exclude is not None and backend_name in exclude: continue minfo = self.repositories.get_module_info(module_name) if minfo is None: self.logger.warning('Backend "%s" is referenced in %s but was not found. ' 'Perhaps a missing repository or a removed module?', module_name, self.backends_config.confpath) continue if caps is not None and not minfo.has_caps(caps): continue if not minfo.is_installed(): self.repositories.install(minfo) module = None try: module = self.modules_loader.get_or_load_module(module_name) except ModuleLoadError as e: self.logger.error('Unable to load module "%s": %s', module_name, e) continue if backend_name in self.backend_instances: self.logger.warning('Oops, the backend "%s" is already loaded. Unload it before reloading...', backend_name) self.unload_backends(backend_name) try: backend_instance = module.create_instance(self, backend_name, params, storage) except Module.ConfigError as e: if errors is not None: errors.append(self.LoadError(backend_name, str(e))) else: self.backend_instances[backend_name] = loaded[backend_name] = backend_instance return loaded
[docs] def load_or_install_module(self, module_name: str) -> Module: """ Load a backend, and install it if not done before """ try: return self.modules_loader.get_or_load_module(module_name) except ModuleLoadError: self.repositories.install(module_name) return self.modules_loader.get_or_load_module(module_name)