Source code for kiwi.python

# Kiwi: a Framework and Enhanced Widgets for Python
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# Author(s): Johan Dahlin <>

"""Generic python addons"""

import sys
import warnings

__all__ = ['ClassInittableMetaType', 'ClassInittableObject']

[docs]class ClassInittableMetaType(type): # pylint fails to understand this is a metaclass def __init__(self, name, bases, namespace): type.__init__(self, name, bases, namespace) self.__class_init__(namespace)
[docs]class ClassInittableObject(object): """ I am an object which will call a classmethod called __class_init__ when I am created. Subclasses of me will also have __class_init__ called. Note that __class_init__ is called when the class is created, eg when the file is imported at the first time. It's called after the class is created, but before it is put in the namespace of the module where it is defined. """ __metaclass__ = ClassInittableMetaType def __class_init__(cls, namespace): """ Called when the class is created :param cls: class :param namespace: namespace for newly created :type namespace: dict """ __class_init__ = classmethod(__class_init__)
class _ForwardedProperty(object): def __init__(self, attribute): self._attribute = attribute def __get__(self, instance, klass): if instance is None: return self return getattr(, self._attribute) def __set__(self, instance, value): if instance is None: raise TypeError setattr(, self._attribute, value) class AttributeForwarder(ClassInittableObject): """ AttributeForwarder is an object which is used to forward certain attributes to another object. :cvar attributes: list of attributes to be forwarded :ivar target: forwarded object """ attributes = None def __class_init__(cls, ns): if cls.__bases__ == (ClassInittableObject,): return if not 'attributes' in ns: raise TypeError( "the class variable attributes needs to be set for %s" % ( cls.__name__)) if "target" in ns['attributes']: raise TypeError("'target' is a reserved attribute") for attribute in ns['attributes']: setattr(cls, attribute, _ForwardedProperty(attribute)) __class_init__ = classmethod(__class_init__) def __init__(self, target): """ Create a new AttributeForwarder object. :param target: object to forward attributes to """ = target # copied from twisted/python/ def namedAny(name): """Get a fully named package, module, module-global object, or attribute. :param name: :returns: object, module or attribute """ names = name.split('.') topLevelPackage = None moduleNames = names[:] while not topLevelPackage: try: trialname = '.'.join(moduleNames) topLevelPackage = __import__(trialname) except ImportError: # if the ImportError happened in the module being imported, # this is a failure that should be handed to our caller. # count stack frames to tell the difference. import traceback exc_info = sys.exc_info() if len(traceback.extract_tb(exc_info[2])) > 1: try: # Clean up garbage left in sys.modules. del sys.modules[trialname] except KeyError: # Python 2.4 has fixed this. Yay! pass raise exc_info[0], exc_info[1], exc_info[2] moduleNames.pop() obj = topLevelPackage for n in names[1:]: obj = getattr(obj, n) return obj class Settable: """ A mixin class for syntactic sugar. Lets you assign attributes by calling with keyword arguments; for example, C{x(a=b,c=d,y=z)} is the same as C{x.a=b;x.c=d;x.y=z}. The most useful place for this is where you don't want to name a variable, but you do want to set some attributes; for example, C{X()(y=z,a=b)}. """ def __init__(self, **kw): self._attrs = kw.keys() self._attrs.sort() for k, v in kw.iteritems(): setattr(self, k, v) def getattributes(self): """ Fetches the attributes used to create this object :returns: a dictionary with attributes """ return self._attrs def __repr__(self): return '<%s %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, ', '.join( ['%s=%r' % (attr, getattr(self, attr)) for attr in self._attrs])) def qual(klass): """ Convert a class to a string representation, which is the name of the module plut a dot plus the name of the class. :returns: fully qualified module and class name """ return klass.__module__ + '.' + klass.__name__ def clamp(x, low, high): """ Ensures that x is between the limits set by low and high. For example, * clamp(5, 10, 15) is 10. * clamp(15, 5, 10) is 10. * clamp(20, 15, 25) is 20. :param x: the value to clamp. :param low: the minimum value allowed. :param high: the maximum value allowed. :returns: the clamped value """ return min(max(x, low), high) def slicerange(slice, limit): """Takes a slice object and returns a range iterator :param slice: slice object :param limit: maximum value allowed :returns: iterator """ return xrange(*slice.indices(limit)) _no_deprecation = False def deprecationwarn(msg, stacklevel=2): """ Prints a deprecation warning """ global _no_deprecation if _no_deprecation: return warnings.warn(msg, DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=stacklevel) def disabledeprecationcall(func, *args, **kwargs): """ Disables all deprecation warnings during the function call to func """ global _no_deprecation old = _no_deprecation _no_deprecation = True retval = func(*args, **kwargs) _no_deprecation = old return retval class enum(int): """ enum is an enumered type implementation in python. To use it, define an enum subclass like this: >>> from kiwi.python import enum >>> >>> class Status(enum): >>> OPEN, CLOSE = range(2) >>> Status.OPEN '<Status value OPEN>' All the integers defined in the class are assumed to be enums and values cannot be duplicated """ __metaclass__ = ClassInittableMetaType #@classmethod def __class_init__(cls, ns): cls.names = {} # name -> enum cls.values = {} # value -> enum for key, value in ns.items(): if isinstance(value, int): cls(value, key) __class_init__ = classmethod(__class_init__) #@classmethod def get(cls, value): """ Lookup an enum by value :param value: the value """ if not value in cls.values: raise ValueError("There is no enum for value %d" % (value,)) return cls.values[value] get = classmethod(get) def __new__(cls, value, name): """ Create a new Enum. :param value: value of the enum :param name: name of the enum """ if name in cls.names: raise ValueError("There is already an enum called %s" % (name,)) if value in cls.values: raise ValueError( "Error while creating enum %s of type %s, " "it has already been created as %s" % ( value, cls.__name__, cls.values[value])) self = super(enum, cls).__new__(cls, value) = name cls.values[value] = self cls.names[name] = self setattr(cls, name, self) return self def __str__(self): return '<%s value %s>' % ( self.__class__.__name__, __repr__ = __str__ def all(seq): """ Predict used to check if all items in a seq are True. :returns: True if all items in seq are True """ for item in seq: if not item: return False return True def any(seq): """ Predict used to check if any item in a seq are True. :returns: True if any item in seq is True """ for item in seq: if item: return True return False