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132nd-etcher/EMFT
emft/gui/tab_about.py
1
1269
# coding=utf-8 from emft.core import constant from emft.core.logging import make_logger from emft.gui.base import GridLayout, HSpacer, Label, VLayout, VSpacer from emft.gui.main_ui_tab_widget import MainUiTabChild LOGGER = make_logger(__name__) class TabChildAbout(MainUiTabChild): def tab_clicked(self): pass @property def tab_title(self) -> str: return 'About' def __init__(self, parent=None): super(TabChildAbout, self).__init__(parent) repo_label = Label( '''<a href='{link}'>{link}</a>'''.format(link=constant.LINK_REPO) ) repo_label.setOpenExternalLinks(True) changelog_label = Label( '''<a href='{link}'>{link}</a>'''.format(link=constant.LINK_CHANGELOG) ) changelog_label.setOpenExternalLinks(True) self.setLayout( VLayout( [ GridLayout( [ [Label('Github repository: '), repo_label, HSpacer()], [Label('Changelog: '), changelog_label, HSpacer()], ], [0, 0, 1] ), VSpacer(), ] ) )
gpl-3.0
jfinkels/networkx
networkx/readwrite/graph6.py
3
7803
# Original author: D. Eppstein, UC Irvine, August 12, 2003. # The original code at http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/PADS/ is public domain. # Copyright (C) 2004-2016 by # Aric Hagberg <hagberg@lanl.gov> # Dan Schult <dschult@colgate.edu> # Pieter Swart <swart@lanl.gov> # Tomas Gavenciak <gavento@ucw.cz> # All rights reserved. # BSD license. # # Authors: Tomas Gavenciak <gavento@ucw.cz> # Aric Hagberg <aric.hagberg@lanl.gov> """Functions for reading and writing graphs in the *graph6* format. The *graph6* file format is suitable for small graphs or large dense graphs. For large sparse graphs, use the *sparse6* format. For more information, see the `graph6`_ homepage. .. _graph6: http://users.cecs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/data/formats.html """ import networkx as nx from networkx.exception import NetworkXError from networkx.utils import open_file, not_implemented_for __all__ = ['read_graph6', 'parse_graph6', 'generate_graph6', 'write_graph6'] def parse_graph6(string): """Read a simple undirected graph in graph6 format from string. Parameters ---------- string : string Data in graph6 format Returns ------- G : Graph Raises ------ NetworkXError If the string is unable to be parsed in graph6 format Examples -------- >>> G = nx.parse_graph6('A_') >>> sorted(G.edges()) [(0, 1)] See Also -------- generate_graph6, read_graph6, write_graph6 References ---------- .. [1] Graph6 specification <http://users.cecs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/data/formats.html> """ def bits(): """Return sequence of individual bits from 6-bit-per-value list of data values.""" for d in data: for i in [5,4,3,2,1,0]: yield (d>>i)&1 if string.startswith('>>graph6<<'): string = string[10:] data = graph6_to_data(string) n, data = data_to_n(data) nd = (n*(n-1)//2 + 5) // 6 if len(data) != nd: raise NetworkXError(\ 'Expected %d bits but got %d in graph6' % (n*(n-1)//2, len(data)*6)) G=nx.Graph() G.add_nodes_from(range(n)) for (i,j),b in zip([(i,j) for j in range(1,n) for i in range(j)], bits()): if b: G.add_edge(i,j) return G @open_file(0,mode='rt') def read_graph6(path): """Read simple undirected graphs in graph6 format from path. Parameters ---------- path : file or string File or filename to write. Returns ------- G : Graph or list of Graphs If the file contains multiple lines then a list of graphs is returned Raises ------ NetworkXError If the string is unable to be parsed in graph6 format Examples -------- >>> nx.write_graph6(nx.Graph([(0,1)]), 'test.g6') >>> G = nx.read_graph6('test.g6') >>> sorted(G.edges()) [(0, 1)] See Also -------- generate_graph6, parse_graph6, write_graph6 References ---------- .. [1] Graph6 specification <http://users.cecs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/data/formats.html> """ glist = [] for line in path: line = line.strip() if not len(line): continue glist.append(parse_graph6(line)) if len(glist) == 1: return glist[0] else: return glist @not_implemented_for('directed','multigraph') def generate_graph6(G, nodes = None, header=True): """Generate graph6 format string from a simple undirected graph. Parameters ---------- G : Graph (undirected) nodes: list or iterable Nodes are labeled 0...n-1 in the order provided. If None the ordering given by G.nodes() is used. header: bool If True add '>>graph6<<' string to head of data Returns ------- s : string String in graph6 format Raises ------ NetworkXError If the graph is directed or has parallel edges Examples -------- >>> G = nx.Graph([(0, 1)]) >>> nx.generate_graph6(G) '>>graph6<<A_' See Also -------- read_graph6, parse_graph6, write_graph6 Notes ----- The format does not support edge or node labels, parallel edges or self loops. If self loops are present they are silently ignored. References ---------- .. [1] Graph6 specification <http://users.cecs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/data/formats.html> """ if nodes is not None: G = G.subgraph(nodes) H = nx.convert_node_labels_to_integers(G) ns = sorted(H.nodes()) def bits(): for (i,j) in [(i,j) for j in range(1,n) for i in range(j)]: yield G.has_edge(ns[i],ns[j]) n = G.order() data = n_to_data(n) d = 0 flush = False for i, b in zip(range(n * n), bits()): d |= b << (5 - (i % 6)) flush = True if i % 6 == 5: data.append(d) d = 0 flush = False if flush: data.append(d) string_data = data_to_graph6(data) if header: string_data = '>>graph6<<' + string_data return string_data @open_file(1, mode='wt') def write_graph6(G, path, nodes = None, header=True): """Write a simple undirected graph to path in graph6 format. Parameters ---------- G : Graph (undirected) path : file or string File or filename to write. nodes: list or iterable Nodes are labeled 0...n-1 in the order provided. If None the ordering given by G.nodes() is used. header: bool If True add '>>graph6<<' string to head of data Raises ------ NetworkXError If the graph is directed or has parallel edges Examples -------- >>> G = nx.Graph([(0, 1)]) >>> nx.write_graph6(G, 'test.g6') See Also -------- generate_graph6, parse_graph6, read_graph6 Notes ----- The format does not support edge or node labels, parallel edges or self loops. If self loops are present they are silently ignored. References ---------- .. [1] Graph6 specification <http://users.cecs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/data/formats.html> """ path.write(generate_graph6(G, nodes=nodes, header=header)) path.write('\n') # helper functions def graph6_to_data(string): """Convert graph6 character sequence to 6-bit integers.""" v = [ord(c)-63 for c in string] if len(v) > 0 and (min(v) < 0 or max(v) > 63): return None return v def data_to_graph6(data): """Convert 6-bit integer sequence to graph6 character sequence.""" if len(data) > 0 and (min(data) < 0 or max(data) > 63): raise NetworkXError("graph6 data units must be within 0..63") return ''.join([chr(d+63) for d in data]) def data_to_n(data): """Read initial one-, four- or eight-unit value from graph6 integer sequence. Return (value, rest of seq.)""" if data[0] <= 62: return data[0], data[1:] if data[1] <= 62: return (data[1]<<12) + (data[2]<<6) + data[3], data[4:] return ((data[2]<<30) + (data[3]<<24) + (data[4]<<18) + (data[5]<<12) + (data[6]<<6) + data[7], data[8:]) def n_to_data(n): """Convert an integer to one-, four- or eight-unit graph6 sequence.""" if n < 0: raise NetworkXError("Numbers in graph6 format must be non-negative.") if n <= 62: return [n] if n <= 258047: return [63, (n>>12) & 0x3f, (n>>6) & 0x3f, n & 0x3f] if n <= 68719476735: return [63, 63, (n>>30) & 0x3f, (n>>24) & 0x3f, (n>>18) & 0x3f, (n>>12) & 0x3f, (n>>6) & 0x3f, n & 0x3f] raise NetworkXError("Numbers above 68719476735 are not supported by graph6") def teardown_module(module): import os if os.path.isfile('test.g6'): os.unlink('test.g6')
bsd-3-clause
imply/chuu
ppapi/generators/idl_lexer.py
62
9292
#!/usr/bin/env python # Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved. # Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be # found in the LICENSE file. """ Lexer for PPAPI IDL """ # # IDL Lexer # # The lexer is uses the PLY lex library to build a tokenizer which understands # WebIDL tokens. # # WebIDL, and WebIDL regular expressions can be found at: # http://dev.w3.org/2006/webapi/WebIDL/ # PLY can be found at: # http://www.dabeaz.com/ply/ import os.path import re import sys # # Try to load the ply module, if not, then assume it is in the third_party # directory, relative to ppapi # try: from ply import lex except: module_path, module_name = os.path.split(__file__) third_party = os.path.join(module_path, '..', '..', 'third_party') sys.path.append(third_party) from ply import lex from idl_option import GetOption, Option, ParseOptions Option('output', 'Generate output.') # # IDL Lexer # class IDLLexer(object): # 'tokens' is a value required by lex which specifies the complete list # of valid token types. tokens = [ # Symbol and keywords types 'COMMENT', 'DESCRIBE', 'ENUM', 'LABEL', 'SYMBOL', 'INLINE', 'INTERFACE', 'STRUCT', 'TYPEDEF', # Extra WebIDL keywords 'CALLBACK', 'DICTIONARY', 'OPTIONAL', 'STATIC', # Invented for apps use 'NAMESPACE', # Data types 'FLOAT', 'OCT', 'INT', 'HEX', 'STRING', # Operators 'LSHIFT', 'RSHIFT' ] # 'keywords' is a map of string to token type. All SYMBOL tokens are # matched against keywords, to determine if the token is actually a keyword. keywords = { 'describe' : 'DESCRIBE', 'enum' : 'ENUM', 'label' : 'LABEL', 'interface' : 'INTERFACE', 'readonly' : 'READONLY', 'struct' : 'STRUCT', 'typedef' : 'TYPEDEF', 'callback' : 'CALLBACK', 'dictionary' : 'DICTIONARY', 'optional' : 'OPTIONAL', 'static' : 'STATIC', 'namespace' : 'NAMESPACE', } # 'literals' is a value expected by lex which specifies a list of valid # literal tokens, meaning the token type and token value are identical. literals = '"*.(){}[],;:=+-/~|&^?' # Token definitions # # Lex assumes any value or function in the form of 't_<TYPE>' represents a # regular expression where a match will emit a token of type <TYPE>. In the # case of a function, the function is called when a match is made. These # definitions come from WebIDL. # 't_ignore' is a special match of items to ignore t_ignore = ' \t' # Constant values t_FLOAT = r'-?(\d+\.\d*|\d*\.\d+)([Ee][+-]?\d+)?|-?\d+[Ee][+-]?\d+' t_INT = r'-?[0-9]+[uU]?' t_OCT = r'-?0[0-7]+' t_HEX = r'-?0[Xx][0-9A-Fa-f]+' t_LSHIFT = r'<<' t_RSHIFT = r'>>' # A line ending '\n', we use this to increment the line number def t_LINE_END(self, t): r'\n+' self.AddLines(len(t.value)) # We do not process escapes in the IDL strings. Strings are exclusively # used for attributes, and not used as typical 'C' constants. def t_STRING(self, t): r'"[^"]*"' t.value = t.value[1:-1] self.AddLines(t.value.count('\n')) return t # A C or C++ style comment: /* xxx */ or // def t_COMMENT(self, t): r'(/\*(.|\n)*?\*/)|(//.*(\n[ \t]*//.*)*)' self.AddLines(t.value.count('\n')) return t # Return a "preprocessor" inline block def t_INLINE(self, t): r'\#inline (.|\n)*?\#endinl.*' self.AddLines(t.value.count('\n')) return t # A symbol or keyword. def t_KEYWORD_SYMBOL(self, t): r'_?[A-Za-z][A-Za-z_0-9]*' # All non-keywords are assumed to be symbols t.type = self.keywords.get(t.value, 'SYMBOL') # We strip leading underscores so that you can specify symbols with the same # value as a keywords (E.g. a dictionary named 'interface'). if t.value[0] == '_': t.value = t.value[1:] return t def t_ANY_error(self, t): msg = "Unrecognized input" line = self.lexobj.lineno # If that line has not been accounted for, then we must have hit # EoF, so compute the beginning of the line that caused the problem. if line >= len(self.index): # Find the offset in the line of the first word causing the issue word = t.value.split()[0] offs = self.lines[line - 1].find(word) # Add the computed line's starting position self.index.append(self.lexobj.lexpos - offs) msg = "Unexpected EoF reached after" pos = self.lexobj.lexpos - self.index[line] file = self.lexobj.filename out = self.ErrorMessage(file, line, pos, msg) sys.stderr.write(out + '\n') self.lex_errors += 1 def AddLines(self, count): # Set the lexer position for the beginning of the next line. In the case # of multiple lines, tokens can not exist on any of the lines except the # last one, so the recorded value for previous lines are unused. We still # fill the array however, to make sure the line count is correct. self.lexobj.lineno += count for i in range(count): self.index.append(self.lexobj.lexpos) def FileLineMsg(self, file, line, msg): if file: return "%s(%d) : %s" % (file, line + 1, msg) return "<BuiltIn> : %s" % msg def SourceLine(self, file, line, pos): caret = '\t^'.expandtabs(pos) # We decrement the line number since the array is 0 based while the # line numbers are 1 based. return "%s\n%s" % (self.lines[line - 1], caret) def ErrorMessage(self, file, line, pos, msg): return "\n%s\n%s" % ( self.FileLineMsg(file, line, msg), self.SourceLine(file, line, pos)) def SetData(self, filename, data): # Start with line 1, not zero self.lexobj.lineno = 1 self.lexobj.filename = filename self.lines = data.split('\n') self.index = [0] self.lexobj.input(data) self.lex_errors = 0 def __init__(self): self.lexobj = lex.lex(object=self, lextab=None, optimize=0) # # FilesToTokens # # From a set of source file names, generate a list of tokens. # def FilesToTokens(filenames, verbose=False): lexer = IDLLexer() outlist = [] for filename in filenames: data = open(filename).read() lexer.SetData(filename, data) if verbose: sys.stdout.write(' Loaded %s...\n' % filename) while 1: t = lexer.lexobj.token() if t is None: break outlist.append(t) return outlist def TokensFromText(text): lexer = IDLLexer() lexer.SetData('unknown', text) outlist = [] while 1: t = lexer.lexobj.token() if t is None: break outlist.append(t.value) return outlist # # TextToTokens # # From a block of text, generate a list of tokens # def TextToTokens(source): lexer = IDLLexer() outlist = [] lexer.SetData('AUTO', source) while 1: t = lexer.lexobj.token() if t is None: break outlist.append(t.value) return outlist # # TestSame # # From a set of token values, generate a new source text by joining with a # single space. The new source is then tokenized and compared against the # old set. # def TestSame(values1): # Recreate the source from the tokens. We use newline instead of whitespace # since the '//' and #inline regex are line sensitive. text = '\n'.join(values1) values2 = TextToTokens(text) count1 = len(values1) count2 = len(values2) if count1 != count2: print "Size mismatch original %d vs %d\n" % (count1, count2) if count1 > count2: count1 = count2 for i in range(count1): if values1[i] != values2[i]: print "%d >>%s<< >>%s<<" % (i, values1[i], values2[i]) if GetOption('output'): sys.stdout.write('Generating original.txt and tokenized.txt\n') open('original.txt', 'w').write(src1) open('tokenized.txt', 'w').write(src2) if values1 == values2: sys.stdout.write('Same: Pass\n') return 0 print "****************\n%s\n%s***************\n" % (src1, src2) sys.stdout.write('Same: Failed\n') return -1 # # TestExpect # # From a set of tokens pairs, verify the type field of the second matches # the value of the first, so that: # INT 123 FLOAT 1.1 # will generate a passing test, where the first token is the SYMBOL INT, # and the second token is the INT 123, third token is the SYMBOL FLOAT and # the fourth is the FLOAT 1.1, etc... def TestExpect(tokens): count = len(tokens) index = 0 errors = 0 while index < count: type = tokens[index].value token = tokens[index + 1] index += 2 if type != token.type: sys.stderr.write('Mismatch: Expected %s, but got %s = %s.\n' % (type, token.type, token.value)) errors += 1 if not errors: sys.stdout.write('Expect: Pass\n') return 0 sys.stdout.write('Expect: Failed\n') return -1 def Main(args): filenames = ParseOptions(args) try: tokens = FilesToTokens(filenames, GetOption('verbose')) values = [tok.value for tok in tokens] if GetOption('output'): sys.stdout.write(' <> '.join(values) + '\n') if GetOption('test'): if TestSame(values): return -1 if TestExpect(tokens): return -1 return 0 except lex.LexError as le: sys.stderr.write('%s\n' % str(le)) return -1 if __name__ == '__main__': sys.exit(Main(sys.argv[1:]))
bsd-3-clause
sanger-pathogens/gff3toembl
gff3toembl/EMBLConverter.py
3
1946
import gff3toembl from gt import CustomVisitor from gff3toembl.EMBLContig import EMBLContig class EMBLConverter(CustomVisitor): def __init__(self, locus_tag=None, translation_table=11): CustomVisitor.__init__(self) self.contigs = {} self.locus_tag = locus_tag self.translation_table = translation_table def visit_feature_node(self, feature_node): sequence_id = feature_node.get_seqid() contig = self.contigs.get(sequence_id) if contig: # contig already exists, just try and update it contig.add_feature(sequence_id = sequence_id, feature_type = feature_node.get_type(), start = feature_node.get_start(), end = feature_node.get_end(), strand = feature_node.get_strand(), feature_attributes = feature_node.attribs, locus_tag = self.locus_tag, translation_table = self.translation_table) else: contig = EMBLContig() successfully_added_feature = contig.add_feature(sequence_id = sequence_id, feature_type = feature_node.get_type(), start = feature_node.get_start(), end = feature_node.get_end(), strand = feature_node.get_strand(), feature_attributes = feature_node.attribs, locus_tag = self.locus_tag, translation_table = self.translation_table) if successfully_added_feature: self.contigs[sequence_id] = contig else: pass # discard the contig because we didn't add a feature so it is empty def visit_region_node(self, region_node): pass # for now def visit_comment_node(self, comment_node): pass # for now def visit_sequence_node(self, sequence_node): sequence_id = sequence_node.get_description() contig = self.contigs.setdefault(sequence_id, EMBLContig()) contig.add_sequence(sequence_node.get_sequence())
gpl-3.0
SanPen/GridCal
src/GridCal/Engine/Sparse/utils.py
1
2463
# This file is part of GridCal. # # GridCal 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. # # GridCal 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 GridCal. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. import numpy as np def slice_to_range(sl: slice, n): """ Turn a slice into a range :param sl: slice object :param n: total number of items :return: range object, if the slice is not supported an exception is raised """ if sl.start is None and sl.step is None and sl.start is None: # (:) return range(n) elif sl.start is not None and sl.step is None and sl.start is None: # (a:) return range(sl.start, n) elif sl.start is not None and sl.step is not None and sl.start is None: # (?) raise Exception('Invalid slice') elif sl.start is not None and sl.step is None and sl.start is not None: # (a:b) return range(sl.start, sl.stop) elif sl.start is not None and sl.step is not None and sl.start is not None: # (a:s:b) return range(sl.start, sl.stop, sl.step) elif sl.start is None and sl.step is None and sl.start is not None: # (:b) return range(sl.stop) else: raise Exception('Invalid slice') def dense_to_str(mat: np.ndarray): """ Turn dense 2D numpy array into a string :param mat: 2D numpy array :return: string """ rows, cols = mat.shape val = "Matrix (" + ("%d" % rows) + " x " + ("%d" % cols) + ")\n" val += str(mat).replace('. ', ' ').replace('[', ' ').replace(']', '').replace('0 ', '_ ').replace('0.', '_ ') # for i in range(0, rows): # for j in range(0, cols): # x = mat[i, j] # if x is not None: # if x == 0: # val += '{:<4}'.format(0) # else: # val += '{:<4}'.format(x) # else: # val += "" # val += '\n' # for rows in M: # print(*['{:<4}'.format(each) for each in rows]) return val
gpl-3.0
trashkalmar/omim
tools/python/mwm/dump_mwm.py
10
1418
#!/usr/bin/python import sys, os.path, random import json from mwm import MWM if len(sys.argv) < 2: print('Dumps some MWM structures.') print('Usage: {0} <country.mwm>'.format(sys.argv[0])) sys.exit(1) mwm = MWM(open(sys.argv[1], 'rb')) mwm.read_types(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0]), '..', '..', '..', 'data', 'types.txt')) print('Tags:') tvv = sorted([(k, v[0], v[1]) for k, v in mwm.tags.items()], key=lambda x: x[1]) for tv in tvv: print(' {0:<8}: offs {1:9} len {2:8}'.format(tv[0], tv[1], tv[2])) v = mwm.read_version() print('Format: {0}, version: {1}'.format(v['fmt'], v['date'].strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M'))) print('Header: {0}'.format(mwm.read_header())) print('Region Info: {0}'.format(mwm.read_region_info())) print('Metadata count: {0}'.format(len(mwm.read_metadata()))) cross = mwm.read_crossmwm() if cross: print('Outgoing points: {0}, incoming: {1}'.format(len(cross['out']), len(cross['in']))) print('Outgoing regions: {0}'.format(set(cross['neighbours']))) # Print some random features using reservoir sampling count = 5 sample = [] for i, feature in enumerate(mwm.iter_features()): if i < count: sample.append(feature) elif random.randint(0, i) < count: sample[random.randint(0, count-1)] = feature print('Feature count: {0}'.format(i)) print('Sample features:') for feature in sample: print(json.dumps(feature, ensure_ascii=False))
apache-2.0
vergecurrency/electrum-xvg
gui/qt/version_getter.py
2
4598
#!/usr/bin/env python # # Electrum - lightweight Bitcoin client # Copyright (C) 2012 thomasv@gitorious # # 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/>. import threading, re, socket import webbrowser import requests from PyQt4.QtGui import * from PyQt4.QtCore import * import PyQt4.QtCore as QtCore from electrum_xvg.i18n import _ from electrum_xvg import ELECTRUM_VERSION, print_error class VersionGetter(threading.Thread): def __init__(self, label): threading.Thread.__init__(self) self.label = label self.daemon = True def run(self): try: res = requests.request("GET", "http://electrum-verge.xyz/version") except: print_error("Could not retrieve version information") return if res.status_code == 200: latest_version = res.text latest_version = latest_version.replace("\n","") if(re.match('^\d+(\.\d+)*$', latest_version)): self.label.callback(latest_version) class UpdateLabel(QLabel): def __init__(self, config, sb): QLabel.__init__(self) self.new_version = False self.sb = sb self.config = config self.current_version = ELECTRUM_VERSION self.connect(self, QtCore.SIGNAL('new_electrum_version'), self.new_electrum_version) # prevent HTTP leaks if a proxy is set if self.config.get('proxy'): return VersionGetter(self).start() def callback(self, version): self.latest_version = version if(self.compare_versions(self.latest_version, self.current_version) == 1): latest_seen = self.config.get("last_seen_version",ELECTRUM_VERSION) if(self.compare_versions(self.latest_version, latest_seen) == 1): self.new_version = True self.emit(QtCore.SIGNAL('new_electrum_version')) def new_electrum_version(self): if self.new_version: self.setText(_("New version available") + ": " + self.latest_version) self.sb.insertPermanentWidget(1, self) def compare_versions(self, version1, version2): def normalize(v): return [int(x) for x in re.sub(r'(\.0+)*$','', v).split(".")] try: return cmp(normalize(version1), normalize(version2)) except: return 0 def ignore_this_version(self): self.setText("") self.config.set_key("last_seen_version", self.latest_version, True) QMessageBox.information(self, _("Preference saved"), _("Notifications about this update will not be shown again.")) self.dialog.done(0) def ignore_all_version(self): self.setText("") self.config.set_key("last_seen_version", "9.9.9", True) QMessageBox.information(self, _("Preference saved"), _("No more notifications about version updates will be shown.")) self.dialog.done(0) def open_website(self): webbrowser.open("http://electrum-verge.xyz/download.html") self.dialog.done(0) def mouseReleaseEvent(self, event): dialog = QDialog(self) dialog.setWindowTitle(_('Electrum-XVG update')) dialog.setModal(1) main_layout = QGridLayout() main_layout.addWidget(QLabel(_("A new version of Electrum-XVG is available:")+" " + self.latest_version), 0,0,1,3) ignore_version = QPushButton(_("Ignore this version")) ignore_version.clicked.connect(self.ignore_this_version) ignore_all_versions = QPushButton(_("Ignore all versions")) ignore_all_versions.clicked.connect(self.ignore_all_version) open_website = QPushButton(_("Goto download page")) open_website.clicked.connect(self.open_website) main_layout.addWidget(ignore_version, 1, 0) main_layout.addWidget(ignore_all_versions, 1, 1) main_layout.addWidget(open_website, 1, 2) dialog.setLayout(main_layout) self.dialog = dialog if not dialog.exec_(): return
gpl-3.0
lambeau/ansible-modules-core
cloud/openstack/_quantum_router.py
37
7032
#!/usr/bin/python #coding: utf-8 -*- # (c) 2013, Benno Joy <benno@ansible.com> # # This module 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 software 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 software. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. try: try: from neutronclient.neutron import client except ImportError: from quantumclient.quantum import client from keystoneclient.v2_0 import client as ksclient HAVE_DEPS = True except ImportError: HAVE_DEPS = False DOCUMENTATION = ''' --- module: quantum_router version_added: "1.2" author: "Benno Joy (@bennojoy)" deprecated: Deprecated in 2.0. Use os_router instead short_description: Create or Remove router from openstack description: - Create or Delete routers from OpenStack options: login_username: description: - login username to authenticate to keystone required: true default: admin login_password: description: - Password of login user required: true default: 'yes' login_tenant_name: description: - The tenant name of the login user required: true default: 'yes' auth_url: description: - The keystone url for authentication required: false default: 'http://127.0.0.1:35357/v2.0/' region_name: description: - Name of the region required: false default: None state: description: - Indicate desired state of the resource choices: ['present', 'absent'] default: present name: description: - Name to be give to the router required: true default: None tenant_name: description: - Name of the tenant for which the router has to be created, if none router would be created for the login tenant. required: false default: None admin_state_up: description: - desired admin state of the created router . required: false default: true requirements: - "python >= 2.6" - "python-neutronclient or python-quantumclient" - "python-keystoneclient" ''' EXAMPLES = ''' # Creates a router for tenant admin - quantum_router: state=present login_username=admin login_password=admin login_tenant_name=admin name=router1" ''' _os_keystone = None _os_tenant_id = None def _get_ksclient(module, kwargs): try: kclient = ksclient.Client(username=kwargs.get('login_username'), password=kwargs.get('login_password'), tenant_name=kwargs.get('login_tenant_name'), auth_url=kwargs.get('auth_url')) except Exception, e: module.fail_json(msg = "Error authenticating to the keystone: %s " % e.message) global _os_keystone _os_keystone = kclient return kclient def _get_endpoint(module, ksclient): try: endpoint = ksclient.service_catalog.url_for(service_type='network', endpoint_type='publicURL') except Exception, e: module.fail_json(msg = "Error getting network endpoint: %s" % e.message) return endpoint def _get_neutron_client(module, kwargs): _ksclient = _get_ksclient(module, kwargs) token = _ksclient.auth_token endpoint = _get_endpoint(module, _ksclient) kwargs = { 'token': token, 'endpoint_url': endpoint } try: neutron = client.Client('2.0', **kwargs) except Exception, e: module.fail_json(msg = "Error in connecting to neutron: %s " % e.message) return neutron def _set_tenant_id(module): global _os_tenant_id if not module.params['tenant_name']: _os_tenant_id = _os_keystone.tenant_id else: tenant_name = module.params['tenant_name'] for tenant in _os_keystone.tenants.list(): if tenant.name == tenant_name: _os_tenant_id = tenant.id break if not _os_tenant_id: module.fail_json(msg = "The tenant id cannot be found, please check the parameters") def _get_router_id(module, neutron): kwargs = { 'name': module.params['name'], 'tenant_id': _os_tenant_id, } try: routers = neutron.list_routers(**kwargs) except Exception, e: module.fail_json(msg = "Error in getting the router list: %s " % e.message) if not routers['routers']: return None return routers['routers'][0]['id'] def _create_router(module, neutron): router = { 'name': module.params['name'], 'tenant_id': _os_tenant_id, 'admin_state_up': module.params['admin_state_up'], } try: new_router = neutron.create_router(dict(router=router)) except Exception, e: module.fail_json( msg = "Error in creating router: %s" % e.message) return new_router['router']['id'] def _delete_router(module, neutron, router_id): try: neutron.delete_router(router_id) except: module.fail_json("Error in deleting the router") return True def main(): argument_spec = openstack_argument_spec() argument_spec.update(dict( name = dict(required=True), tenant_name = dict(default=None), state = dict(default='present', choices=['absent', 'present']), admin_state_up = dict(type='bool', default=True), )) module = AnsibleModule(argument_spec=argument_spec) if not HAVE_DEPS: module.fail_json(msg='python-keystoneclient and either python-neutronclient or python-quantumclient are required') neutron = _get_neutron_client(module, module.params) _set_tenant_id(module) if module.params['state'] == 'present': router_id = _get_router_id(module, neutron) if not router_id: router_id = _create_router(module, neutron) module.exit_json(changed=True, result="Created", id=router_id) else: module.exit_json(changed=False, result="success" , id=router_id) else: router_id = _get_router_id(module, neutron) if not router_id: module.exit_json(changed=False, result="success") else: _delete_router(module, neutron, router_id) module.exit_json(changed=True, result="deleted") # this is magic, see lib/ansible/module.params['common.py from ansible.module_utils.basic import * from ansible.module_utils.openstack import * if __name__ == '__main__': main()
gpl-3.0
regionbibliotekhalland/digitalasagor
edittabvideo.py
1
4897
# Copyright 2013 Regionbibliotek Halland # # This file is part of Digitala sagor. # # Digitala sagor 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. # # Digitala sagor 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 Digitala sagor. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. from Tkinter import * import ttk from tooltip import ToolTip from language import lang import language as lng from playerdlg import showPlayerDialog from datamodel import tpVideo import tkFileDialog import os import os.path import shutil import spmanager as spm from edittab import EditTab _videoFileFormats = [('mp4', '*.mp4'), ('avi', '*.avi'), ('wmv', '*.wmv'), ('mpeg', '*.mpeg'), ('mov', '*.mov')] class EditTabVideo(EditTab): """A Frame for editing video based stories""" def __init__(self, parent, wdir, datamodel, psize): """Initiate Arguments parent -- parent tkinter item wdir -- working directory datamodel -- the database that is edited by the program psize -- tuple defining preview size of videos """ EditTab.__init__(self, parent, wdir, datamodel, psize) self._mediatype = tpVideo #Create variables for common data self._svVideo = StringVar() #Make the first row expandable self.rowconfigure(0, weight = 1) #Add frame from super class self._superFrame.grid(row = 0, column = 0, sticky = W + N) #Create the right column rightLf = ttk.LabelFrame(self, text = ' ' + lang[lng.txtVideo] + ' ') rightLf.grid(row = 0, column = 1, pady = 10, sticky = W + N) rightFrame = Frame(rightLf) rightFrame.grid() e = Entry(rightFrame, w = 32, textvariable = self._svVideo, state = "readonly") e.grid(row = 0, column = 0, padx = 10, pady = 5, sticky = W); tt = ToolTip(e, '', textvariable = self._svVideo, wraplength = parent.winfo_screenwidth() * 4 / 5) b = Button(rightFrame, text = lang[lng.txtSelect] + '...', command = self._ehGetVideo) b.grid(row = 0, column = 1, padx = 10, pady = 5) b = Button(rightFrame, text = lang[lng.txtWatch], command = self._ehWatch) b.grid(row = 0, column = 2, padx = 10, pady = 5) def open(self, slideshow, prepared = False): """Open a slideshow for editing Arguments slideshow -- the slideshow prepared -- if true, all media data is already copied to the working folder (i.e. the slideshow has been created automatically) """ EditTab.open(self, slideshow, prepared = False) if(not prepared): if(slideshow.video != ''): shutil.copyfile(slideshow.getPath(slideshow.video), os.path.join(self._wdir, slideshow.video)) self._svVideo.set(slideshow.video) def clear(self): """Clear the edit tab""" EditTab.clear(self) self._svVideo.set('') def _getCurrentSlideshow(self): """Create and return a slideshow representing the currently edited slideshow.""" slideshow = EditTab._getCurrentSlideshow(self) slideshow.video = self._svVideo.get() return slideshow #Event handlers def _ehGetVideo(self): """Event handler for assigning a video""" initdir = spm.spmanager.getFirstPath([spm.VideoFolder, spm.MostRecentFolder]) filenamepath = tkFileDialog.askopenfilename(initialdir = initdir, filetypes = _videoFileFormats) if(len(filenamepath) > 0): filename = os.path.basename(filenamepath) try: shutil.copyfile(filenamepath, os.path.join(self._wdir, filename)) except IOError: showerror(lang[lng.txtCopyError], lang[lng.txtCouldNotCopy] + os.path.basename(filename)) return self._svVideo.set(filename) self.setDirty(True) spm.spmanager.setPath(spm.VideoFolder, os.path.dirname(filenamepath)) def _ehWatch(self): """Event handler for preview of the video""" media = self._getCurrentSlideshow() showPlayerDialog(self._parent, self._psize, media)
gpl-3.0
devalbo/mm_anywhere
google/protobuf/internal/encoder.py
484
25695
# Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange format # Copyright 2008 Google Inc. All rights reserved. # http://code.google.com/p/protobuf/ # # Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without # modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are # met: # # * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright # notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. # * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above # copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer # in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the # distribution. # * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its # contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from # this software without specific prior written permission. # # THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS # "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT # LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR # A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT # OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, # SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT # LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, # DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY # THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT # (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE # OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. """Code for encoding protocol message primitives. Contains the logic for encoding every logical protocol field type into one of the 5 physical wire types. This code is designed to push the Python interpreter's performance to the limits. The basic idea is that at startup time, for every field (i.e. every FieldDescriptor) we construct two functions: a "sizer" and an "encoder". The sizer takes a value of this field's type and computes its byte size. The encoder takes a writer function and a value. It encodes the value into byte strings and invokes the writer function to write those strings. Typically the writer function is the write() method of a cStringIO. We try to do as much work as possible when constructing the writer and the sizer rather than when calling them. In particular: * We copy any needed global functions to local variables, so that we do not need to do costly global table lookups at runtime. * Similarly, we try to do any attribute lookups at startup time if possible. * Every field's tag is encoded to bytes at startup, since it can't change at runtime. * Whatever component of the field size we can compute at startup, we do. * We *avoid* sharing code if doing so would make the code slower and not sharing does not burden us too much. For example, encoders for repeated fields do not just call the encoders for singular fields in a loop because this would add an extra function call overhead for every loop iteration; instead, we manually inline the single-value encoder into the loop. * If a Python function lacks a return statement, Python actually generates instructions to pop the result of the last statement off the stack, push None onto the stack, and then return that. If we really don't care what value is returned, then we can save two instructions by returning the result of the last statement. It looks funny but it helps. * We assume that type and bounds checking has happened at a higher level. """ __author__ = 'kenton@google.com (Kenton Varda)' import struct from google.protobuf.internal import wire_format # This will overflow and thus become IEEE-754 "infinity". We would use # "float('inf')" but it doesn't work on Windows pre-Python-2.6. _POS_INF = 1e10000 _NEG_INF = -_POS_INF def _VarintSize(value): """Compute the size of a varint value.""" if value <= 0x7f: return 1 if value <= 0x3fff: return 2 if value <= 0x1fffff: return 3 if value <= 0xfffffff: return 4 if value <= 0x7ffffffff: return 5 if value <= 0x3ffffffffff: return 6 if value <= 0x1ffffffffffff: return 7 if value <= 0xffffffffffffff: return 8 if value <= 0x7fffffffffffffff: return 9 return 10 def _SignedVarintSize(value): """Compute the size of a signed varint value.""" if value < 0: return 10 if value <= 0x7f: return 1 if value <= 0x3fff: return 2 if value <= 0x1fffff: return 3 if value <= 0xfffffff: return 4 if value <= 0x7ffffffff: return 5 if value <= 0x3ffffffffff: return 6 if value <= 0x1ffffffffffff: return 7 if value <= 0xffffffffffffff: return 8 if value <= 0x7fffffffffffffff: return 9 return 10 def _TagSize(field_number): """Returns the number of bytes required to serialize a tag with this field number.""" # Just pass in type 0, since the type won't affect the tag+type size. return _VarintSize(wire_format.PackTag(field_number, 0)) # -------------------------------------------------------------------- # In this section we define some generic sizers. Each of these functions # takes parameters specific to a particular field type, e.g. int32 or fixed64. # It returns another function which in turn takes parameters specific to a # particular field, e.g. the field number and whether it is repeated or packed. # Look at the next section to see how these are used. def _SimpleSizer(compute_value_size): """A sizer which uses the function compute_value_size to compute the size of each value. Typically compute_value_size is _VarintSize.""" def SpecificSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) if is_packed: local_VarintSize = _VarintSize def PackedFieldSize(value): result = 0 for element in value: result += compute_value_size(element) return result + local_VarintSize(result) + tag_size return PackedFieldSize elif is_repeated: def RepeatedFieldSize(value): result = tag_size * len(value) for element in value: result += compute_value_size(element) return result return RepeatedFieldSize else: def FieldSize(value): return tag_size + compute_value_size(value) return FieldSize return SpecificSizer def _ModifiedSizer(compute_value_size, modify_value): """Like SimpleSizer, but modify_value is invoked on each value before it is passed to compute_value_size. modify_value is typically ZigZagEncode.""" def SpecificSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) if is_packed: local_VarintSize = _VarintSize def PackedFieldSize(value): result = 0 for element in value: result += compute_value_size(modify_value(element)) return result + local_VarintSize(result) + tag_size return PackedFieldSize elif is_repeated: def RepeatedFieldSize(value): result = tag_size * len(value) for element in value: result += compute_value_size(modify_value(element)) return result return RepeatedFieldSize else: def FieldSize(value): return tag_size + compute_value_size(modify_value(value)) return FieldSize return SpecificSizer def _FixedSizer(value_size): """Like _SimpleSizer except for a fixed-size field. The input is the size of one value.""" def SpecificSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) if is_packed: local_VarintSize = _VarintSize def PackedFieldSize(value): result = len(value) * value_size return result + local_VarintSize(result) + tag_size return PackedFieldSize elif is_repeated: element_size = value_size + tag_size def RepeatedFieldSize(value): return len(value) * element_size return RepeatedFieldSize else: field_size = value_size + tag_size def FieldSize(value): return field_size return FieldSize return SpecificSizer # ==================================================================== # Here we declare a sizer constructor for each field type. Each "sizer # constructor" is a function that takes (field_number, is_repeated, is_packed) # as parameters and returns a sizer, which in turn takes a field value as # a parameter and returns its encoded size. Int32Sizer = Int64Sizer = EnumSizer = _SimpleSizer(_SignedVarintSize) UInt32Sizer = UInt64Sizer = _SimpleSizer(_VarintSize) SInt32Sizer = SInt64Sizer = _ModifiedSizer( _SignedVarintSize, wire_format.ZigZagEncode) Fixed32Sizer = SFixed32Sizer = FloatSizer = _FixedSizer(4) Fixed64Sizer = SFixed64Sizer = DoubleSizer = _FixedSizer(8) BoolSizer = _FixedSizer(1) def StringSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns a sizer for a string field.""" tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) local_VarintSize = _VarintSize local_len = len assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def RepeatedFieldSize(value): result = tag_size * len(value) for element in value: l = local_len(element.encode('utf-8')) result += local_VarintSize(l) + l return result return RepeatedFieldSize else: def FieldSize(value): l = local_len(value.encode('utf-8')) return tag_size + local_VarintSize(l) + l return FieldSize def BytesSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns a sizer for a bytes field.""" tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) local_VarintSize = _VarintSize local_len = len assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def RepeatedFieldSize(value): result = tag_size * len(value) for element in value: l = local_len(element) result += local_VarintSize(l) + l return result return RepeatedFieldSize else: def FieldSize(value): l = local_len(value) return tag_size + local_VarintSize(l) + l return FieldSize def GroupSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns a sizer for a group field.""" tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) * 2 assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def RepeatedFieldSize(value): result = tag_size * len(value) for element in value: result += element.ByteSize() return result return RepeatedFieldSize else: def FieldSize(value): return tag_size + value.ByteSize() return FieldSize def MessageSizer(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns a sizer for a message field.""" tag_size = _TagSize(field_number) local_VarintSize = _VarintSize assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def RepeatedFieldSize(value): result = tag_size * len(value) for element in value: l = element.ByteSize() result += local_VarintSize(l) + l return result return RepeatedFieldSize else: def FieldSize(value): l = value.ByteSize() return tag_size + local_VarintSize(l) + l return FieldSize # -------------------------------------------------------------------- # MessageSet is special. def MessageSetItemSizer(field_number): """Returns a sizer for extensions of MessageSet. The message set message looks like this: message MessageSet { repeated group Item = 1 { required int32 type_id = 2; required string message = 3; } } """ static_size = (_TagSize(1) * 2 + _TagSize(2) + _VarintSize(field_number) + _TagSize(3)) local_VarintSize = _VarintSize def FieldSize(value): l = value.ByteSize() return static_size + local_VarintSize(l) + l return FieldSize # ==================================================================== # Encoders! def _VarintEncoder(): """Return an encoder for a basic varint value (does not include tag).""" local_chr = chr def EncodeVarint(write, value): bits = value & 0x7f value >>= 7 while value: write(local_chr(0x80|bits)) bits = value & 0x7f value >>= 7 return write(local_chr(bits)) return EncodeVarint def _SignedVarintEncoder(): """Return an encoder for a basic signed varint value (does not include tag).""" local_chr = chr def EncodeSignedVarint(write, value): if value < 0: value += (1 << 64) bits = value & 0x7f value >>= 7 while value: write(local_chr(0x80|bits)) bits = value & 0x7f value >>= 7 return write(local_chr(bits)) return EncodeSignedVarint _EncodeVarint = _VarintEncoder() _EncodeSignedVarint = _SignedVarintEncoder() def _VarintBytes(value): """Encode the given integer as a varint and return the bytes. This is only called at startup time so it doesn't need to be fast.""" pieces = [] _EncodeVarint(pieces.append, value) return "".join(pieces) def TagBytes(field_number, wire_type): """Encode the given tag and return the bytes. Only called at startup.""" return _VarintBytes(wire_format.PackTag(field_number, wire_type)) # -------------------------------------------------------------------- # As with sizers (see above), we have a number of common encoder # implementations. def _SimpleEncoder(wire_type, encode_value, compute_value_size): """Return a constructor for an encoder for fields of a particular type. Args: wire_type: The field's wire type, for encoding tags. encode_value: A function which encodes an individual value, e.g. _EncodeVarint(). compute_value_size: A function which computes the size of an individual value, e.g. _VarintSize(). """ def SpecificEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): if is_packed: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint def EncodePackedField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) size = 0 for element in value: size += compute_value_size(element) local_EncodeVarint(write, size) for element in value: encode_value(write, element) return EncodePackedField elif is_repeated: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag_bytes) encode_value(write, element) return EncodeRepeatedField else: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) return encode_value(write, value) return EncodeField return SpecificEncoder def _ModifiedEncoder(wire_type, encode_value, compute_value_size, modify_value): """Like SimpleEncoder but additionally invokes modify_value on every value before passing it to encode_value. Usually modify_value is ZigZagEncode.""" def SpecificEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): if is_packed: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint def EncodePackedField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) size = 0 for element in value: size += compute_value_size(modify_value(element)) local_EncodeVarint(write, size) for element in value: encode_value(write, modify_value(element)) return EncodePackedField elif is_repeated: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag_bytes) encode_value(write, modify_value(element)) return EncodeRepeatedField else: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) return encode_value(write, modify_value(value)) return EncodeField return SpecificEncoder def _StructPackEncoder(wire_type, format): """Return a constructor for an encoder for a fixed-width field. Args: wire_type: The field's wire type, for encoding tags. format: The format string to pass to struct.pack(). """ value_size = struct.calcsize(format) def SpecificEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): local_struct_pack = struct.pack if is_packed: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint def EncodePackedField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) local_EncodeVarint(write, len(value) * value_size) for element in value: write(local_struct_pack(format, element)) return EncodePackedField elif is_repeated: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag_bytes) write(local_struct_pack(format, element)) return EncodeRepeatedField else: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) return write(local_struct_pack(format, value)) return EncodeField return SpecificEncoder def _FloatingPointEncoder(wire_type, format): """Return a constructor for an encoder for float fields. This is like StructPackEncoder, but catches errors that may be due to passing non-finite floating-point values to struct.pack, and makes a second attempt to encode those values. Args: wire_type: The field's wire type, for encoding tags. format: The format string to pass to struct.pack(). """ value_size = struct.calcsize(format) if value_size == 4: def EncodeNonFiniteOrRaise(write, value): # Remember that the serialized form uses little-endian byte order. if value == _POS_INF: write('\x00\x00\x80\x7F') elif value == _NEG_INF: write('\x00\x00\x80\xFF') elif value != value: # NaN write('\x00\x00\xC0\x7F') else: raise elif value_size == 8: def EncodeNonFiniteOrRaise(write, value): if value == _POS_INF: write('\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\xF0\x7F') elif value == _NEG_INF: write('\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\xF0\xFF') elif value != value: # NaN write('\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\xF8\x7F') else: raise else: raise ValueError('Can\'t encode floating-point values that are ' '%d bytes long (only 4 or 8)' % value_size) def SpecificEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): local_struct_pack = struct.pack if is_packed: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint def EncodePackedField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) local_EncodeVarint(write, len(value) * value_size) for element in value: # This try/except block is going to be faster than any code that # we could write to check whether element is finite. try: write(local_struct_pack(format, element)) except SystemError: EncodeNonFiniteOrRaise(write, element) return EncodePackedField elif is_repeated: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag_bytes) try: write(local_struct_pack(format, element)) except SystemError: EncodeNonFiniteOrRaise(write, element) return EncodeRepeatedField else: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_type) def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) try: write(local_struct_pack(format, value)) except SystemError: EncodeNonFiniteOrRaise(write, value) return EncodeField return SpecificEncoder # ==================================================================== # Here we declare an encoder constructor for each field type. These work # very similarly to sizer constructors, described earlier. Int32Encoder = Int64Encoder = EnumEncoder = _SimpleEncoder( wire_format.WIRETYPE_VARINT, _EncodeSignedVarint, _SignedVarintSize) UInt32Encoder = UInt64Encoder = _SimpleEncoder( wire_format.WIRETYPE_VARINT, _EncodeVarint, _VarintSize) SInt32Encoder = SInt64Encoder = _ModifiedEncoder( wire_format.WIRETYPE_VARINT, _EncodeVarint, _VarintSize, wire_format.ZigZagEncode) # Note that Python conveniently guarantees that when using the '<' prefix on # formats, they will also have the same size across all platforms (as opposed # to without the prefix, where their sizes depend on the C compiler's basic # type sizes). Fixed32Encoder = _StructPackEncoder(wire_format.WIRETYPE_FIXED32, '<I') Fixed64Encoder = _StructPackEncoder(wire_format.WIRETYPE_FIXED64, '<Q') SFixed32Encoder = _StructPackEncoder(wire_format.WIRETYPE_FIXED32, '<i') SFixed64Encoder = _StructPackEncoder(wire_format.WIRETYPE_FIXED64, '<q') FloatEncoder = _FloatingPointEncoder(wire_format.WIRETYPE_FIXED32, '<f') DoubleEncoder = _FloatingPointEncoder(wire_format.WIRETYPE_FIXED64, '<d') def BoolEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns an encoder for a boolean field.""" false_byte = chr(0) true_byte = chr(1) if is_packed: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint def EncodePackedField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) local_EncodeVarint(write, len(value)) for element in value: if element: write(true_byte) else: write(false_byte) return EncodePackedField elif is_repeated: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_VARINT) def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag_bytes) if element: write(true_byte) else: write(false_byte) return EncodeRepeatedField else: tag_bytes = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_VARINT) def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag_bytes) if value: return write(true_byte) return write(false_byte) return EncodeField def StringEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns an encoder for a string field.""" tag = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint local_len = len assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: encoded = element.encode('utf-8') write(tag) local_EncodeVarint(write, local_len(encoded)) write(encoded) return EncodeRepeatedField else: def EncodeField(write, value): encoded = value.encode('utf-8') write(tag) local_EncodeVarint(write, local_len(encoded)) return write(encoded) return EncodeField def BytesEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns an encoder for a bytes field.""" tag = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint local_len = len assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag) local_EncodeVarint(write, local_len(element)) write(element) return EncodeRepeatedField else: def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag) local_EncodeVarint(write, local_len(value)) return write(value) return EncodeField def GroupEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns an encoder for a group field.""" start_tag = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_START_GROUP) end_tag = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_END_GROUP) assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(start_tag) element._InternalSerialize(write) write(end_tag) return EncodeRepeatedField else: def EncodeField(write, value): write(start_tag) value._InternalSerialize(write) return write(end_tag) return EncodeField def MessageEncoder(field_number, is_repeated, is_packed): """Returns an encoder for a message field.""" tag = TagBytes(field_number, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint assert not is_packed if is_repeated: def EncodeRepeatedField(write, value): for element in value: write(tag) local_EncodeVarint(write, element.ByteSize()) element._InternalSerialize(write) return EncodeRepeatedField else: def EncodeField(write, value): write(tag) local_EncodeVarint(write, value.ByteSize()) return value._InternalSerialize(write) return EncodeField # -------------------------------------------------------------------- # As before, MessageSet is special. def MessageSetItemEncoder(field_number): """Encoder for extensions of MessageSet. The message set message looks like this: message MessageSet { repeated group Item = 1 { required int32 type_id = 2; required string message = 3; } } """ start_bytes = "".join([ TagBytes(1, wire_format.WIRETYPE_START_GROUP), TagBytes(2, wire_format.WIRETYPE_VARINT), _VarintBytes(field_number), TagBytes(3, wire_format.WIRETYPE_LENGTH_DELIMITED)]) end_bytes = TagBytes(1, wire_format.WIRETYPE_END_GROUP) local_EncodeVarint = _EncodeVarint def EncodeField(write, value): write(start_bytes) local_EncodeVarint(write, value.ByteSize()) value._InternalSerialize(write) return write(end_bytes) return EncodeField
agpl-3.0
ciudadanointeligente/lobby_cplt
lobby/csv_reader.py
1
1655
from lobby.models import Active, Audiencia, Passive from popolo.models import Identifier import uuid import unicodedata from datetime import datetime class ActivosCSVReader(): def parse_line(self, line): active = Active() active.name = unicode(line[3] + " " + line[4]) active.save() seed = line[3] + line[4] + line[5] + line[7] i = Identifier(identifier=line[0]) active.identifiers.add(i) class AudienciasCSVReader(): def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): self.audiencia_records = { } def parse_audiencia_line(self, line): audiencia = Audiencia() audiencia.observations = line[9].decode('utf-8').strip() audiencia.length = int(line[7]) date = datetime.strptime(line[6], '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S') audiencia.date = date self.audiencia_records[line[0]] = audiencia def parse_several_lines(self, lines): lines.pop(0) for line in lines: self.parse_audiencia_line(line) def parse_one_person(self, line, klass, pre_): name = line[3].decode('utf-8').strip() + u" " + line[4].decode('utf-8').strip() p = klass.objects.get(name=name) i = Identifier(identifier=pre_ + line[0].decode('utf-8').strip()) p.identifiers.add(i) def parse_one_passive_lines(self, line): self.parse_one_person(line, Passive, 'passive_') def parse_several_passives_lines(self, lines): lines.pop(0) for line in lines: self.parse_one_passive_lines(line) def parse_one_active_lines(self, line): self.parse_one_person(line, Active, 'active_')
agpl-3.0
marcelocure/django
django/core/management/sql.py
399
1890
from __future__ import unicode_literals from django.apps import apps from django.db import models def sql_flush(style, connection, only_django=False, reset_sequences=True, allow_cascade=False): """ Returns a list of the SQL statements used to flush the database. If only_django is True, then only table names that have associated Django models and are in INSTALLED_APPS will be included. """ if only_django: tables = connection.introspection.django_table_names(only_existing=True, include_views=False) else: tables = connection.introspection.table_names(include_views=False) seqs = connection.introspection.sequence_list() if reset_sequences else () statements = connection.ops.sql_flush(style, tables, seqs, allow_cascade) return statements def emit_pre_migrate_signal(verbosity, interactive, db): # Emit the pre_migrate signal for every application. for app_config in apps.get_app_configs(): if app_config.models_module is None: continue if verbosity >= 2: print("Running pre-migrate handlers for application %s" % app_config.label) models.signals.pre_migrate.send( sender=app_config, app_config=app_config, verbosity=verbosity, interactive=interactive, using=db) def emit_post_migrate_signal(verbosity, interactive, db): # Emit the post_migrate signal for every application. for app_config in apps.get_app_configs(): if app_config.models_module is None: continue if verbosity >= 2: print("Running post-migrate handlers for application %s" % app_config.label) models.signals.post_migrate.send( sender=app_config, app_config=app_config, verbosity=verbosity, interactive=interactive, using=db)
bsd-3-clause
johanvdw/rasterio
examples/concurrent-cpu-bound.py
6
3361
"""concurrent-cpu-bound.py Operate on a raster dataset window-by-window using a ThreadPoolExecutor. Simulates a CPU-bound thread situation where multiple threads can improve performance. With -j 4, the program returns in about 1/4 the time as with -j 1. """ import concurrent.futures import multiprocessing import time import numpy import rasterio from rasterio._example import compute def main(infile, outfile, num_workers=4): with rasterio.drivers(): # Open the source dataset. with rasterio.open(infile) as src: # Create a destination dataset based on source params. # The destination will be tiled, and we'll "process" the tiles # concurrently. meta = src.meta del meta['transform'] meta.update(affine=src.affine) meta.update(blockxsize=256, blockysize=256, tiled='yes') with rasterio.open(outfile, 'w', **meta) as dst: # Define a generator for data, window pairs. # We use the new read() method here to a 3D array with all # bands, but could also use read_band(). def jobs(): for ij, window in dst.block_windows(): data = src.read(window=window) result = numpy.zeros(data.shape, dtype=data.dtype) yield data, result, window # Submit the jobs to the thread pool executor. with concurrent.futures.ThreadPoolExecutor( max_workers=num_workers) as executor: # Map the futures returned from executor.submit() # to their destination windows. # # The _example.compute function modifies no Python # objects and releases the GIL. It can execute # concurrently. future_to_window = { executor.submit(compute, data, res): (res, window) for data, res, window in jobs()} # As the processing jobs are completed, get the # results and write the data to the appropriate # destination window. for future in concurrent.futures.as_completed( future_to_window): result, window = future_to_window[future] # Since there's no multiband write() method yet in # Rasterio, we use write_band for each part of the # 3D data array. for i, arr in enumerate(result, 1): dst.write_band(i, arr, window=window) if __name__ == '__main__': import argparse parser = argparse.ArgumentParser( description="Concurrent raster processing demo") parser.add_argument( 'input', metavar='INPUT', help="Input file name") parser.add_argument( 'output', metavar='OUTPUT', help="Output file name") parser.add_argument( '-j', metavar='NUM_JOBS', type=int, default=multiprocessing.cpu_count(), help="Number of concurrent jobs") args = parser.parse_args() main(args.input, args.output, args.j)
bsd-3-clause
Alwnikrotikz/micolog2
plugins/wapblog/wapblog.py
2
8001
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from micolog_plugin import * import logging import urllib from model import * from google.appengine.api import users from google.appengine.api import memcache from base import BaseRequestHandler,request_cache from google.appengine.ext import webapp from datetime import datetime, timedelta def urlencode(value): return urllib.quote(value.encode('utf8')) class wapblog(Plugin): def __init__(self): Plugin.__init__(self,__file__) self.author="云在天边" self.authoruri="http://www.tangblog.info" self.uri="http://www.tangblog.info" self.description="Micolog WAP Blog插件,使用该插件可以方便在手机上浏览新博文,查看并发表评论。(默认仅支持Google Account用户登陆留言,点击插件名进行设置。)" self.name="Micolog Wap Blog" self.version="0.6" self.register_urlhandler('(?i)/wap',waphandler) self.register_urlhandler('/wap/(\d+)',waphandler) self.register_urlhandler('(?i)/wap/page',pagehandler) self.register_urlhandler('(?i)/wap/post_comment',postComment) self.register_urlhandler('(?i)/wap/(.*)',Error404) def get(self,page): postcount=OptionSet.getValue("posts_per_page",default="8") commentcount=OptionSet.getValue("LatestCommentCount",default="5") return ''' <h3>“WAP Blog”插件已经工作!</h3> <p>请完善如下设置</p> <form action="" method="post"> 每页显示文章数目:<input name="PostCount" value="%s" onKeyUp="this.value=this.value.replace(/\D/g,'')" onafterpaste="this.value=this.value.replace(/\D/g,'')" /><br /> 文章最近评论数目:<input name="CommentCount" value="%s" onKeyUp="this.value=this.value.replace(/\D/g,'')" onafterpaste="this.value=this.value.replace(/\D/g,'')" />(若该值设为0,将显示所有留言)<br /> <br> <input type="submit" title="Save" value="保存"> </form> <p>恭喜你! 你的"Micolog WAP Blog" 插件已经工作!<br />访问Wap页面的URL是: <a href="/wap" target="_blank">http://www.yourdomain.com/wap</a><br /> <b>作者:</b><a href="http://www.tangblog.info" target="_blank">云在天边</a><br/></p> <p>您的支持是创作者继续发展的动力,感谢您以实际行动来帮助作者!</p> <p>如果在使用过程中遇到任何问题,请到作者的留言板(云在天边 <a href="http://www.tangblog.info/contact">www.tangblog.info/contact</a>)提交报告!</p> '''%(postcount,commentcount) def post(self,page): postcount=int(page.param("PostCount")) commentcount=int(page.param("CommentCount")) OptionSet.setValue("posts_per_page",postcount) OptionSet.setValue("LatestCommentCount",commentcount) return self.get(page) class waphandler(BaseRequestHandler): def get(self,page=1): self.doget(page) #TODO: update this @request_cache() def doget(self,page): try: from model import g_blog except: pass page=int(page) time=datetime.now() entrycount=g_blog.postscount() posts_per_page = OptionSet.getValue("posts_per_page",default="8") if posts_per_page: posts_per_page = 8 max_page = entrycount / posts_per_page + ( entrycount % posts_per_page and 1 or 0 ) comments=memcache.get("wap_comments"+self.request.path_qs) if comments is None: comments=Comment.all().order('-date').fetch(5) memcache.set("wap_comments"+self.request.path_qs,comments) if page < 1 or page > max_page: return self.error(404) entries=memcache.get("wap_entries"+self.request.path_qs) if entries is None : entries = Entry.all().filter('entrytype =','post').\ filter("published =", True).order('-date').\ fetch(posts_per_page, offset = (page-1) * posts_per_page) memcache.set("wap_entries"+self.request.path_qs,entries) show_prev =entries and (not (page == 1)) show_next =entries and (not (page == max_page)) self.render2("plugins/wapblog/index.html",{'entries':entries, 'show_prev' : show_prev, 'show_next' : show_next, 'pageindex':page, 'time':time, 'ishome':True, 'pagecount':max_page, 'postscount':entrycount, 'comments':comments }) class pagehandler(BaseRequestHandler): #TODO: update this @request_cache() def get(self,*arg1): try: id=int(self.param("id") or self.param("p") ) except: return self.redirect('/wap') time=datetime.now() commentcount = OptionSet.getValue("LatestCommentCount",default="5") if commentcount: commentcount = 5 entries = Entry.all().filter("published =", True).filter('post_id =',id).fetch(1) entry=entries[0] comments=memcache.get("wap_comments"+self.request.path_qs) if comments is None: if commentcount==0: comments=Comment.all().filter("entry =",entry).order('-date') memcache.set("wap_comments"+self.request.path_qs,comments) else: comments=Comment.all().filter("entry =",entry).order('-date').fetch(commentcount) memcache.set("wap_comments"+self.request.path_qs,comments) Comments=memcache.get("wap_Comments"+self.request.path_qs) if Comments is None: Comments=Comment.all().filter("entry =",entry).order('-date') user = users.get_current_user() if user: greeting = ("Welcome, %s! (<a href=\"%s\">sign out</a>)" % (user.nickname(), users.create_logout_url(self.request.uri))) email = user.email() try: query = Comment.all().filter('email =',email).order('-date').fetch(1) name = query[0].author weburl = query[0].weburl except: name=user.nickname() weburl=None self.render2("plugins/wapblog/page.html",{'entry':entry,'id':id,'comments':comments,'Comments':Comments,'user_name':name,'user_email':email,'user':user,'user_url':weburl,'greeting':greeting,'time':time}) else: greeting = ("<a href=\"%s\">Sign in with your Google Account</a>." % users.create_login_url(self.request.uri)) self.render2("plugins/wapblog/page.html",{'entry':entry,'id':id,'comments':comments,'Comments':Comments,'greeting':greeting,'user':user,'time':time}) class postComment(BaseRequestHandler): def get(self,*arg1): self.response.set_status(405) self.write('<h1>405 Method Not Allowed</h1>\n<a href="/wap">Back To Home</a>') def post(self): name=self.param('author') #email=self.param('email') url=self.param('url') key=self.param('key') content=self.param('comment') parent_id=self.paramint('parentid',0) reply_notify_mail=True user = users.get_current_user() try: email=user.email() except: email=None if not (name and email and content): self.response.out.write('Please input name and comment content .\n <a href="javascript:history.back(-1)">Back</a>') else: comment=Comment(author=name, content=content+"<br /><small>from wap blog</small>", email=email, reply_notify_mail=reply_notify_mail, entry=Entry.get(key)) starturl='http://' if url: try: if not url.lower().startswith(('http://','https://')): url = starturl + url comment.weburl=url except: comment.weburl=None info_str='#@#'.join([urlencode(name),urlencode(email),urlencode(url)]) logging.info("info:"+name+"#@#"+info_str + "Comment Form Wap Site") cookiestr='comment_user=%s;expires=%s;domain=%s;path=/'%( info_str, (datetime.now()+timedelta(days=100)).strftime("%a, %d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S GMT"), '' ) comment.ip=self.request.remote_addr if parent_id: comment.parent=Comment.get_by_id(parent_id) comment.no=comment.entry.commentcount+1 try: comment.save() memcache.delete("/"+comment.entry.link) self.response.headers.add_header( 'Set-Cookie', cookiestr) self.redirect(self.referer+"#comment-"+str(comment.key().id())) memcache.delete("/feed/comments") except: self.response.out.write('Sorry,Comment not allowed .\n <a href="javascript:history.back(-1)">Back</a>') class Error404(BaseRequestHandler): def get(self,*arg1): self.response.clear() self.response.set_status(404) self.response.out.write('<h1>404 Not Found</h1>\n<a href="/wap">Back To Main Page ! </a>')
gpl-3.0
labordoc/labordoc-next
modules/webtag/lib/webtag_forms.py
3
7394
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- ## ## This file is part of Invenio. ## Copyright (C) 2013 CERN. ## ## Invenio 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. ## ## Invenio 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 Invenio; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., ## 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. """WebTag Forms""" from invenio.webtag_config import \ CFG_WEBTAG_LAST_MYSQL_CHARACTER from invenio.webtag_config import \ CFG_WEBTAG_NAME_MAX_LENGTH from invenio.webinterface_handler_flask_utils import _ from invenio.wtforms_utils import InvenioBaseForm from invenio.webuser_flask import current_user from wtforms import \ IntegerField, \ HiddenField, \ TextField, \ SelectMultipleField, \ validators # Models from invenio.sqlalchemyutils import db from invenio.webtag_model import \ WtgTAG, \ WtgTAGRecord, \ wash_tag_silent, \ wash_tag_blocking from invenio.bibedit_model import Bibrec from invenio.search_engine import check_user_can_view_record def validate_tag_name(dummy_form, field): """ Check validity of tag name """ if field.data: suggested_silent = wash_tag_silent(field.data) suggested = wash_tag_blocking(suggested_silent) field.data = suggested_silent if suggested != suggested_silent: raise validators.ValidationError( _('Forbidden characters. Try ') + suggested + '.') if len(suggested) <= 0: raise validators.ValidationError( _('The name must contain valid characters.')) if len(suggested_silent) > CFG_WEBTAG_NAME_MAX_LENGTH: raise validators.ValidationError( _('The name cannot exeed ') \ + str(CFG_WEBTAG_NAME_MAX_LENGTH) + _(' characters.')) if max(ord(letter) for letter in suggested_silent) \ > CFG_WEBTAG_LAST_MYSQL_CHARACTER: raise validators.ValidationError( _('Forbidden character.')) def validate_name_available(dummy_form, field): """ Check if the user already has tag named this way """ if field.data: uid = current_user.get_id() copy_count = db.session.query(WtgTAG).\ filter_by(id_user=uid, name=field.data).count() if copy_count > 0: raise validators.ValidationError( _('Tag with that name already exists.')) def validate_tag_exists(dummy_form, field): """ Check if id_tag matches a tag in database """ if field.data: try: field.data = int(field.data) except ValueError: raise validators.ValidationError(_('Tag ID must be an integer.')) if not db.session.query(WtgTAG).get(field.data): raise validators.ValidationError(_('Tag does not exist.')) def validate_user_owns_tag(dummy_form, field): """ Check if id_tag matches a tag in database """ if field.data: tag = db.session.query(WtgTAG).get(field.data) if tag and tag.id_user != current_user.get_id(): raise validators.ValidationError( _('You are not the owner of this tag.')) def validate_bibrec_exists(dummy_form, field): """ Check if id_bibrec matches a bibrec in database """ if field.data: try: field.data = int(field.data) except ValueError: raise validators.ValidationError(_('Bibrec ID must be an integer.')) record = db.session.query(Bibrec).get(field.data) if (not record): raise validators.ValidationError(_('Bibrec does not exist.')) # Switch to merged record if present merged_id = record.merged_recid_final if merged_id != record.id: record = db.session.query(Bibrec).get(merged_id) field.data = merged_id if record.deleted: raise validators.ValidationError(_('Bibrec has been deleted.')) def validate_user_can_see_bibrec(dummy_form, field): """ Check if user has rights to view bibrec """ if field.data: (auth_code, msg) = check_user_can_view_record(current_user, field.data) if auth_code > 0: raise validators.ValidationError( _('Unauthorized to view record: ')+msg) def validate_not_already_attached(form, dummy_field): """ Check if the pair (tag, bibrec) is already connected """ if form: if ('id_tag' in form.data) and ('id_bibrec' in form.data): tag_record = db.session.query(WtgTAGRecord)\ .get((form.data['id_tag'], form.data['id_bibrec'])) if tag_record is not None: raise validators.ValidationError(_('Tag already attached.')) def validate_already_attached(form, dummy_field): """ Check if the pair (tag, bibrec) is already connected """ if form: if ('id_tag' in form.data) and ('id_bibrec' in form.data): tag_record = db.session.query(WtgTAGRecord)\ .get((form.data['id_tag'], form.data['id_bibrec'])) if tag_record is None: raise validators.ValidationError(_('Tag not attached.')) class CreateTagForm(InvenioBaseForm): """Defines form for creating a new tag.""" name = TextField(_('Name'), [validators.Required(), validate_tag_name, validate_name_available]) # Ajax requests only: # Send a record ID if the tag should be attached to the record # right after creation id_bibrec = HiddenField('Tagged record', [validate_bibrec_exists, validate_user_can_see_bibrec]) class DeleteTagForm(InvenioBaseForm): """Defines form for deleting a tag.""" id_tag = SelectMultipleField('Tag ID', [validators.Required(), validate_tag_exists, validate_user_owns_tag]) class AttachTagForm(InvenioBaseForm): """Defines a form validating attaching a tag to record""" # Ajax requests only: id_tag = IntegerField('Tag ID', [validators.Required(), validate_tag_exists, validate_not_already_attached, validate_user_owns_tag]) # validate user rights on tag id_bibrec = IntegerField('Record ID', [validate_bibrec_exists, validate_user_can_see_bibrec]) class DetachTagForm(InvenioBaseForm): """Defines a form validating detaching a tag from record""" # Ajax requests only: id_tag = IntegerField('Tag ID', [validators.Required(), validate_tag_exists, validate_already_attached, validate_user_owns_tag]) # validate user rights on tag id_bibrec = IntegerField('Record ID', [validators.Required(), validate_bibrec_exists, validate_user_can_see_bibrec])
gpl-2.0
buguelos/odoo
addons/point_of_sale/controllers/main.py
243
1576
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import logging import simplejson import os import openerp import time import random import werkzeug.utils from openerp import http from openerp.http import request from openerp.addons.web.controllers.main import module_boot, login_redirect _logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) class PosController(http.Controller): @http.route('/pos/web', type='http', auth='user') def a(self, debug=False, **k): cr, uid, context, session = request.cr, request.uid, request.context, request.session if not session.uid: return login_redirect() PosSession = request.registry['pos.session'] pos_session_ids = PosSession.search(cr, uid, [('state','=','opened'),('user_id','=',session.uid)], context=context) if not pos_session_ids: return werkzeug.utils.redirect('/web#action=point_of_sale.action_pos_session_opening') PosSession.login(cr,uid,pos_session_ids,context=context) modules = simplejson.dumps(module_boot(request.db)) init = """ var wc = new s.web.WebClient(); wc._title_changed = function() {} wc.show_application = function(){ wc.action_manager.do_action("pos.ui"); }; wc.setElement($(document.body)); wc.start(); """ html = request.registry.get('ir.ui.view').render(cr, session.uid,'point_of_sale.index',{ 'modules': modules, 'init': init, }) return html
agpl-3.0
JFriel/honours_project
networkx/networkx/algorithms/shortest_paths/dense.py
42
5102
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """Floyd-Warshall algorithm for shortest paths. """ # Copyright (C) 2004-2015 by # Aric Hagberg <hagberg@lanl.gov> # Dan Schult <dschult@colgate.edu> # Pieter Swart <swart@lanl.gov> # All rights reserved. # BSD license. import networkx as nx __author__ = """Aric Hagberg <aric.hagberg@gmail.com>""" __all__ = ['floyd_warshall', 'floyd_warshall_predecessor_and_distance', 'floyd_warshall_numpy'] def floyd_warshall_numpy(G, nodelist=None, weight='weight'): """Find all-pairs shortest path lengths using Floyd's algorithm. Parameters ---------- G : NetworkX graph nodelist : list, optional The rows and columns are ordered by the nodes in nodelist. If nodelist is None then the ordering is produced by G.nodes(). weight: string, optional (default= 'weight') Edge data key corresponding to the edge weight. Returns ------- distance : NumPy matrix A matrix of shortest path distances between nodes. If there is no path between to nodes the corresponding matrix entry will be Inf. Notes ------ Floyd's algorithm is appropriate for finding shortest paths in dense graphs or graphs with negative weights when Dijkstra's algorithm fails. This algorithm can still fail if there are negative cycles. It has running time O(n^3) with running space of O(n^2). """ try: import numpy as np except ImportError: raise ImportError(\ "to_numpy_matrix() requires numpy: http://scipy.org/ ") # To handle cases when an edge has weight=0, we must make sure that # nonedges are not given the value 0 as well. A = nx.to_numpy_matrix(G, nodelist=nodelist, multigraph_weight=min, weight=weight, nonedge=np.inf) n,m = A.shape I = np.identity(n) A[I==1] = 0 # diagonal elements should be zero for i in range(n): A = np.minimum(A, A[i,:] + A[:,i]) return A def floyd_warshall_predecessor_and_distance(G, weight='weight'): """Find all-pairs shortest path lengths using Floyd's algorithm. Parameters ---------- G : NetworkX graph weight: string, optional (default= 'weight') Edge data key corresponding to the edge weight. Returns ------- predecessor,distance : dictionaries Dictionaries, keyed by source and target, of predecessors and distances in the shortest path. Notes ------ Floyd's algorithm is appropriate for finding shortest paths in dense graphs or graphs with negative weights when Dijkstra's algorithm fails. This algorithm can still fail if there are negative cycles. It has running time O(n^3) with running space of O(n^2). See Also -------- floyd_warshall floyd_warshall_numpy all_pairs_shortest_path all_pairs_shortest_path_length """ from collections import defaultdict # dictionary-of-dictionaries representation for dist and pred # use some defaultdict magick here # for dist the default is the floating point inf value dist = defaultdict(lambda : defaultdict(lambda: float('inf'))) for u in G: dist[u][u] = 0 pred = defaultdict(dict) # initialize path distance dictionary to be the adjacency matrix # also set the distance to self to 0 (zero diagonal) undirected = not G.is_directed() for u,v,d in G.edges(data=True): e_weight = d.get(weight, 1.0) dist[u][v] = min(e_weight, dist[u][v]) pred[u][v] = u if undirected: dist[v][u] = min(e_weight, dist[v][u]) pred[v][u] = v for w in G: for u in G: for v in G: if dist[u][v] > dist[u][w] + dist[w][v]: dist[u][v] = dist[u][w] + dist[w][v] pred[u][v] = pred[w][v] return dict(pred),dict(dist) def floyd_warshall(G, weight='weight'): """Find all-pairs shortest path lengths using Floyd's algorithm. Parameters ---------- G : NetworkX graph weight: string, optional (default= 'weight') Edge data key corresponding to the edge weight. Returns ------- distance : dict A dictionary, keyed by source and target, of shortest paths distances between nodes. Notes ------ Floyd's algorithm is appropriate for finding shortest paths in dense graphs or graphs with negative weights when Dijkstra's algorithm fails. This algorithm can still fail if there are negative cycles. It has running time O(n^3) with running space of O(n^2). See Also -------- floyd_warshall_predecessor_and_distance floyd_warshall_numpy all_pairs_shortest_path all_pairs_shortest_path_length """ # could make this its own function to reduce memory costs return floyd_warshall_predecessor_and_distance(G, weight=weight)[1] # fixture for nose tests def setup_module(module): from nose import SkipTest try: import numpy except: raise SkipTest("NumPy not available")
gpl-3.0
kafan15536900/shadowsocks
shadowsocks/eventloop.py
51
7513
#!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # # Copyright 2013-2015 clowwindy # # 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. # from ssloop # https://github.com/clowwindy/ssloop from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function, \ with_statement import os import socket import select import errno import logging from collections import defaultdict from shadowsocks import shell __all__ = ['EventLoop', 'POLL_NULL', 'POLL_IN', 'POLL_OUT', 'POLL_ERR', 'POLL_HUP', 'POLL_NVAL', 'EVENT_NAMES'] POLL_NULL = 0x00 POLL_IN = 0x01 POLL_OUT = 0x04 POLL_ERR = 0x08 POLL_HUP = 0x10 POLL_NVAL = 0x20 EVENT_NAMES = { POLL_NULL: 'POLL_NULL', POLL_IN: 'POLL_IN', POLL_OUT: 'POLL_OUT', POLL_ERR: 'POLL_ERR', POLL_HUP: 'POLL_HUP', POLL_NVAL: 'POLL_NVAL', } class EpollLoop(object): def __init__(self): self._epoll = select.epoll() def poll(self, timeout): return self._epoll.poll(timeout) def add_fd(self, fd, mode): self._epoll.register(fd, mode) def remove_fd(self, fd): self._epoll.unregister(fd) def modify_fd(self, fd, mode): self._epoll.modify(fd, mode) class KqueueLoop(object): MAX_EVENTS = 1024 def __init__(self): self._kqueue = select.kqueue() self._fds = {} def _control(self, fd, mode, flags): events = [] if mode & POLL_IN: events.append(select.kevent(fd, select.KQ_FILTER_READ, flags)) if mode & POLL_OUT: events.append(select.kevent(fd, select.KQ_FILTER_WRITE, flags)) for e in events: self._kqueue.control([e], 0) def poll(self, timeout): if timeout < 0: timeout = None # kqueue behaviour events = self._kqueue.control(None, KqueueLoop.MAX_EVENTS, timeout) results = defaultdict(lambda: POLL_NULL) for e in events: fd = e.ident if e.filter == select.KQ_FILTER_READ: results[fd] |= POLL_IN elif e.filter == select.KQ_FILTER_WRITE: results[fd] |= POLL_OUT return results.items() def add_fd(self, fd, mode): self._fds[fd] = mode self._control(fd, mode, select.KQ_EV_ADD) def remove_fd(self, fd): self._control(fd, self._fds[fd], select.KQ_EV_DELETE) del self._fds[fd] def modify_fd(self, fd, mode): self.remove_fd(fd) self.add_fd(fd, mode) class SelectLoop(object): def __init__(self): self._r_list = set() self._w_list = set() self._x_list = set() def poll(self, timeout): r, w, x = select.select(self._r_list, self._w_list, self._x_list, timeout) results = defaultdict(lambda: POLL_NULL) for p in [(r, POLL_IN), (w, POLL_OUT), (x, POLL_ERR)]: for fd in p[0]: results[fd] |= p[1] return results.items() def add_fd(self, fd, mode): if mode & POLL_IN: self._r_list.add(fd) if mode & POLL_OUT: self._w_list.add(fd) if mode & POLL_ERR: self._x_list.add(fd) def remove_fd(self, fd): if fd in self._r_list: self._r_list.remove(fd) if fd in self._w_list: self._w_list.remove(fd) if fd in self._x_list: self._x_list.remove(fd) def modify_fd(self, fd, mode): self.remove_fd(fd) self.add_fd(fd, mode) class EventLoop(object): def __init__(self): self._iterating = False if hasattr(select, 'epoll'): self._impl = EpollLoop() model = 'epoll' elif hasattr(select, 'kqueue'): self._impl = KqueueLoop() model = 'kqueue' elif hasattr(select, 'select'): self._impl = SelectLoop() model = 'select' else: raise Exception('can not find any available functions in select ' 'package') self._fd_to_f = {} self._handlers = [] self._ref_handlers = [] self._handlers_to_remove = [] logging.debug('using event model: %s', model) def poll(self, timeout=None): events = self._impl.poll(timeout) return [(self._fd_to_f[fd], fd, event) for fd, event in events] def add(self, f, mode): fd = f.fileno() self._fd_to_f[fd] = f self._impl.add_fd(fd, mode) def remove(self, f): fd = f.fileno() del self._fd_to_f[fd] self._impl.remove_fd(fd) def modify(self, f, mode): fd = f.fileno() self._impl.modify_fd(fd, mode) def add_handler(self, handler, ref=True): self._handlers.append(handler) if ref: # when all ref handlers are removed, loop stops self._ref_handlers.append(handler) def remove_handler(self, handler): if handler in self._ref_handlers: self._ref_handlers.remove(handler) if self._iterating: self._handlers_to_remove.append(handler) else: self._handlers.remove(handler) def run(self): events = [] while self._ref_handlers: try: events = self.poll(1) except (OSError, IOError) as e: if errno_from_exception(e) in (errno.EPIPE, errno.EINTR): # EPIPE: Happens when the client closes the connection # EINTR: Happens when received a signal # handles them as soon as possible logging.debug('poll:%s', e) else: logging.error('poll:%s', e) import traceback traceback.print_exc() continue self._iterating = True for handler in self._handlers: # TODO when there are a lot of handlers try: handler(events) except (OSError, IOError) as e: shell.print_exception(e) if self._handlers_to_remove: for handler in self._handlers_to_remove: self._handlers.remove(handler) self._handlers_to_remove = [] self._iterating = False # from tornado def errno_from_exception(e): """Provides the errno from an Exception object. There are cases that the errno attribute was not set so we pull the errno out of the args but if someone instatiates an Exception without any args you will get a tuple error. So this function abstracts all that behavior to give you a safe way to get the errno. """ if hasattr(e, 'errno'): return e.errno elif e.args: return e.args[0] else: return None # from tornado def get_sock_error(sock): error_number = sock.getsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_ERROR) return socket.error(error_number, os.strerror(error_number))
apache-2.0
indhub/mxnet
example/recommenders/randomproj.py
14
6041
# Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one # or more contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file # distributed with this work for additional information # regarding copyright ownership. The ASF licenses this file # to you 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. """Random projection layers in MXNet as custom python ops. Currently slow and memory-inefficient, but functional. """ import os import numpy as np import mxnet as mx # ref: http://mxnet.io/faq/new_op.html class RandomBagOfWordsProjection(mx.operator.CustomOp): """Random projection layer for sparse bag-of-words (n-hot) inputs. In the sparse input, only the indices are supplied, because all the values are understood to be exactly 1.0. See also RandomProjection for values other than 1.0. """ def __init__(self, vocab_size, output_dim, random_seed=54321): # need_top_grad=True means this is not a loss layer super(RandomBagOfWordsProjection, self).__init__() self._vocab = vocab_size self._proj_dim = output_dim #NOTE: This naive implementation is slow and uses lots of memory. # Should use something smarter to not instantiate this matrix. rs = np.random.RandomState(seed=random_seed) self.W = self.random_unit_vecs(self._vocab, self._proj_dim, rs) def random_unit_vecs(self, num_vecs, num_dims, rs): W = rs.normal(size=(num_vecs, num_dims)) Wlen = np.linalg.norm(W, axis=1) W_unit = W / Wlen[:,None] return W_unit def _get_mask(self, idx, in_data): """Returns the mask by which to multiply the parts of the embedding layer. In this version, we have no weights to apply. """ mask = idx >= 0 # bool False for -1 values that should be removed. shape=(b,mnz) mask = np.expand_dims(mask,2) # shape = (b,mnz,1) mask = np.repeat(mask, self._proj_dim, axis=2) # shape = (b,mnz,d) return mask def forward(self, is_train, req, in_data, out_data, aux): #Note: see this run in notebooks/howto-numpy-random-proj.ipynb # Notation for shapes: b = batch_size, mnz = max_nonzero, d = proj_dim idx = in_data[0].asnumpy().astype('int32') # shape=(b,mnz) wd = self.W[idx] # shape= (b,mnz,d) mask = self._get_mask(idx, in_data) wd = np.multiply(wd,mask) # shape=(b,mnz,d), but zero'd out non-masked y = np.sum(wd,axis=1) # shape=(b,d) mxy = mx.nd.array(y) #NOTE: this hangs if the environment variables aren't set correctly # See https://github.com/dmlc/mxnet/issues/3813 self.assign(out_data[0], req[0], mxy) @mx.operator.register("SparseBOWProj") class RandomBagOfWordsProjectionProp(mx.operator.CustomOpProp): def __init__(self, vocab_size, output_dim): # need_top_grad=True means this is not a loss layer super(RandomBagOfWordsProjectionProp, self).__init__(need_top_grad=True) self._kwargs = { 'vocab_size': int(vocab_size), 'output_dim': int(output_dim), } def list_arguments(self): return ['indexes'] def list_outputs(self): return ['output'] def create_operator(self, ctx, shapes, dtypes, **kwargs): return RandomBagOfWordsProjection(**self._kwargs) def infer_shape(self, in_shape): batch_size = in_shape[0][0] output_shape = (batch_size, self._kwargs['output_dim']) return in_shape, [output_shape], [] class SparseRandomProjection(RandomBagOfWordsProjection): """Random projection of sparse input vector. Takes an sparse input layer, effectively in coordinate (COO) format, where the row number is implicit, because it's the minibatch record. See the simpler version RandomBagOfWordsProjection if all values are 1.0. """ def _get_mask(self, idx, in_data): """Returns the mask by which to multiply the parts of the embedding layer. In this version, we apply the weights. """ val = in_data[1].asnumpy() # shape=(b,mnz) mask = idx >= 0 # bool False for -1 values that should be removed. shape=(b,mnz) mask = np.multiply(mask,val) # All (b,mnz) mask = np.expand_dims(mask,2) # shape = (b,mnz,1) mask = np.repeat(mask, self._proj_dim, axis=2) # shape = (b,mnz,d) return mask @mx.operator.register("SparseRandomProjection") class SparseRandomProjectionProp(RandomBagOfWordsProjectionProp): def list_arguments(self): return ['indexes', 'values'] def create_operator(self, ctx, shapes, dtypes, **kwargs): return SparseRandomProjection(**self._kwargs) def infer_shape(self, in_shape): # check that indexes and values are the same shape. if in_shape[0] != in_shape[1]: raise ValueError("Input shapes differ. indexes:%s. values:%s. must be same" % (str(in_shape[0]),str(in_shape[1]))) return super(SparseRandomProjectionProp,self).infer_shape(in_shape) if __name__ == "__main__": print("Simple test of proj layer") data = mx.symbol.Variable('data') vals = mx.symbol.Variable('vals') net = mx.symbol.Custom(indexes=data, values=vals, name='rproj', op_type='SparseRandomProjection', vocab_size=999, output_dim=29) d = mx.nd.zeros(shape=(3,100)) v = mx.nd.ones(shape=(3,100)) e = net.bind(ctx=mx.cpu(), args={'data':d, 'vals':v}) e.forward() print(e.outputs[0].asnumpy()) print("Done with proj layer test")
apache-2.0
nschneid/pyutil
ds/set.py
4
2535
''' OrderedSet implementation, from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1653970/does-python-have-an-ordered-set/1653978#1653978 The index() method and a few unit tests have been added. @author: Nathan Schneider (nschneid) @since: 2010-08-11 ''' # Strive towards Python 3 compatibility from __future__ import print_function, unicode_literals, division, absolute_import from future_builtins import map, filter import collections class OrderedSet(collections.OrderedDict, collections.MutableSet): ''' A set that preserves the ordering of its entries. >>> {3,2,9,2}=={9,2,3} True >>> x = OrderedSet([3,2,9,2]) >>> x == OrderedSet([2,9,3]) False >>> x == OrderedSet([3,2,3,9,2]) True >>> [y for y in x] [3, 2, 9] >>> x.index(2) 1 >>> x.index(0) Traceback (most recent call last): ... ValueError: 0 is not in set >>> [y for y in {3,2,9}] [9, 2, 3] ''' def update(self, *args, **kwargs): if kwargs: raise TypeError("update() takes no keyword arguments") for s in args: for e in s: self.add(e) def add(self, elem): self[elem] = None def discard(self, elem): self.pop(elem, None) def index(self, elem): try: return self.keys().index(elem) except ValueError: raise ValueError('{} is not in set'.format(elem)) def __le__(self, other): return all(e in other for e in self) def __lt__(self, other): return self <= other and self != other def __ge__(self, other): return all(e in self for e in other) def __gt__(self, other): return self >= other and self != other def __repr__(self): return 'OrderedSet([%s])' % (', '.join(map(repr, self.keys()))) def __str__(self): return '{%s}' % (', '.join(map(repr, self.keys()))) difference = property(lambda self: self.__sub__) difference_update = property(lambda self: self.__isub__) intersection = property(lambda self: self.__and__) intersection_update = property(lambda self: self.__iand__) issubset = property(lambda self: self.__le__) issuperset = property(lambda self: self.__ge__) symmetric_difference = property(lambda self: self.__xor__) symmetric_difference_update = property(lambda self: self.__ixor__) union = property(lambda self: self.__or__) def test(): import doctest doctest.testmod() if __name__=='__main__': test()
mit
Dave-ts/Sigil
src/Resource_Files/plugin_launchers/python/sigil_bs4/builder/_lxml.py
5
10167
from __future__ import unicode_literals, division, absolute_import, print_function import sys PY3 = sys.version_info[0] == 3 if PY3: text_type = str binary_type = bytes unicode = str else: range = xrange text_type = unicode binary_type = str __all__ = [ 'LXMLTreeBuilderForXML', 'LXMLTreeBuilder', ] from io import BytesIO if PY3: from io import StringIO else: from StringIO import StringIO import collections from lxml import etree from sigil_bs4.element import ( Comment, Doctype, NamespacedAttribute, ProcessingInstruction, ) from sigil_bs4.builder import ( FAST, HTML, HTMLTreeBuilder, PERMISSIVE, ParserRejectedMarkup, TreeBuilder, XML) from sigil_bs4.dammit import EncodingDetector LXML = 'lxml' class LXMLTreeBuilderForXML(TreeBuilder): DEFAULT_PARSER_CLASS = etree.XMLParser is_xml = True NAME = "lxml-xml" ALTERNATE_NAMES = ["xml"] # Well, it's permissive by XML parser standards. features = [NAME, LXML, XML, FAST, PERMISSIVE] CHUNK_SIZE = 512 # This namespace mapping is specified in the XML Namespace # standard. DEFAULT_NSMAPS = {'http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace' : "xml"} def default_parser(self, encoding): # This can either return a parser object or a class, which # will be instantiated with default arguments. if self._default_parser is not None: return self._default_parser return etree.XMLParser( target=self, strip_cdata=False, recover=True, encoding=encoding) def parser_for(self, encoding): # Use the default parser. parser = self.default_parser(encoding) if isinstance(parser, collections.Callable): # Instantiate the parser with default arguments parser = parser(target=self, strip_cdata=False, encoding=encoding) return parser def __init__(self, parser=None, empty_element_tags=None): # TODO: Issue a warning if parser is present but not a # callable, since that means there's no way to create new # parsers for different encodings. self._default_parser = parser if empty_element_tags is not None: self.empty_element_tags = set(empty_element_tags) self.soup = None self.nsmaps = [self.DEFAULT_NSMAPS] def _getNsTag(self, tag): # Split the namespace URL out of a fully-qualified lxml tag # name. Copied from lxml's src/lxml/sax.py. if tag[0] == '{': return tuple(tag[1:].split('}', 1)) else: return (None, tag) def prepare_markup(self, markup, user_specified_encoding=None, exclude_encodings=None, document_declared_encoding=None): """ :yield: A series of 4-tuples. (markup, encoding, declared encoding, has undergone character replacement) Each 4-tuple represents a strategy for parsing the document. """ if isinstance(markup, unicode): # We were given Unicode. Maybe lxml can parse Unicode on # this system? yield markup, None, document_declared_encoding, False if isinstance(markup, unicode): # No, apparently not. Convert the Unicode to UTF-8 and # tell lxml to parse it as UTF-8. yield (markup.encode("utf8"), "utf8", document_declared_encoding, False) # Instead of using UnicodeDammit to convert the bytestring to # Unicode using different encodings, use EncodingDetector to # iterate over the encodings, and tell lxml to try to parse # the document as each one in turn. is_html = not self.is_xml try_encodings = [user_specified_encoding, document_declared_encoding] detector = EncodingDetector( markup, try_encodings, is_html, exclude_encodings) for encoding in detector.encodings: yield (detector.markup, encoding, document_declared_encoding, False) def feed(self, markup): if isinstance(markup, bytes): markup = BytesIO(markup) elif isinstance(markup, unicode): markup = StringIO(markup) # Call feed() at least once, even if the markup is empty, # or the parser won't be initialized. data = markup.read(self.CHUNK_SIZE) try: self.parser = self.parser_for(self.soup.original_encoding) self.parser.feed(data) while len(data) != 0: # Now call feed() on the rest of the data, chunk by chunk. data = markup.read(self.CHUNK_SIZE) if len(data) != 0: self.parser.feed(data) self.parser.close() except (UnicodeDecodeError, LookupError, etree.ParserError) as e: raise ParserRejectedMarkup(str(e)) def close(self): self.nsmaps = [self.DEFAULT_NSMAPS] def start(self, name, attrs, nsmap={}): # Make sure attrs is a mutable dict--lxml may send an immutable dictproxy. attrs = dict(attrs) nsprefix = None # Fix bug in bs4 _lxml.py that ignores attributes that specify namespaces on this tag # Invert each namespace map as it comes in. if len(nsmap) > 0: # A new namespace mapping has come into play. inverted_nsmap = dict((value, key) for key, value in list(nsmap.items())) self.nsmaps.append(inverted_nsmap) # Also treat the namespace mapping as a set of attributes on the # tag, so we can properly recreate it later. attrs = attrs.copy() for prefix, namespace in list(nsmap.items()): attribute = NamespacedAttribute( "xmlns", prefix, "http://www.w3.org/2000/xmlns/") attrs[attribute] = namespace elif len(self.nsmaps) > 1: # There are no new namespaces for this tag, but # non-default namespaces are in play, so we need a # separate tag stack to know when they end. self.nsmaps.append(None) # Namespaces are in play. Find any attributes that came in # from lxml with namespaces attached to their names, and # turn then into NamespacedAttribute objects. new_attrs = {} for attr, value in list(attrs.items()): namespace, attr = self._getNsTag(attr) if namespace is None: new_attrs[attr] = value else: nsprefix = self._prefix_for_attr_namespace(namespace) attr = NamespacedAttribute(nsprefix, attr, namespace) new_attrs[attr] = value attrs = new_attrs namespace, name = self._getNsTag(name) nsprefix = self._prefix_for_tag_namespace(namespace) self.soup.handle_starttag(name, namespace, nsprefix, attrs) def _prefix_for_attr_namespace(self, namespace): """Find the currently active prefix for the given namespace.""" if namespace is None: return None for inverted_nsmap in reversed(self.nsmaps): if inverted_nsmap is not None and namespace in inverted_nsmap: return inverted_nsmap[namespace] return None # To keep the tag prefixes as clean/simple as possible if there is # more than one possible prefix allowed and it includes None use it instead # This happens when a namespace prefix is added for an attribute that duplicates # an earlier namespace meant for tags that had set that namespace prefix to None def _prefix_for_tag_namespace(self, namespace): """Find the currently active prefix for the given namespace for a tag.""" if namespace is None: return None prefixes = [] for inverted_nsmap in self.nsmaps: if inverted_nsmap is not None and namespace in inverted_nsmap: prefixes.append(inverted_nsmap[namespace]) if len(prefixes) == 0 or None in prefixes: return None # ow return the last (most recent) viable prefix return prefixes[-1] def end(self, name): self.soup.endData() completed_tag = self.soup.tagStack[-1] namespace, name = self._getNsTag(name) nsprefix = self._prefix_for_tag_namespace(namespace) self.soup.handle_endtag(name, nsprefix) if len(self.nsmaps) > 1: # This tag, or one of its parents, introduced a namespace # mapping, so pop it off the stack. self.nsmaps.pop() def pi(self, target, data): self.soup.endData() self.soup.handle_data(target + ' ' + data) self.soup.endData(ProcessingInstruction) def data(self, content): self.soup.handle_data(content) def doctype(self, name, pubid, system): self.soup.endData() doctype = Doctype.for_name_and_ids(name, pubid, system) self.soup.object_was_parsed(doctype) def comment(self, content): "Handle comments as Comment objects." self.soup.endData() self.soup.handle_data(content) self.soup.endData(Comment) def test_fragment_to_document(self, fragment): """See `TreeBuilder`.""" return '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>\n%s' % fragment class LXMLTreeBuilder(HTMLTreeBuilder, LXMLTreeBuilderForXML): NAME = LXML ALTERNATE_NAMES = ["lxml-html"] features = ALTERNATE_NAMES + [NAME, HTML, FAST, PERMISSIVE] is_xml = False def default_parser(self, encoding): return etree.HTMLParser def feed(self, markup): encoding = self.soup.original_encoding try: self.parser = self.parser_for(encoding) self.parser.feed(markup) self.parser.close() except (UnicodeDecodeError, LookupError, etree.ParserError) as e: raise ParserRejectedMarkup(str(e)) def test_fragment_to_document(self, fragment): """See `TreeBuilder`.""" return '<html><body>%s</body></html>' % fragment
gpl-3.0
ossdemura/django-miniblog
src/Lib/site-packages/django/contrib/gis/db/backends/postgis/pgraster.py
491
5071
import binascii import struct from django.forms import ValidationError from .const import ( GDAL_TO_POSTGIS, GDAL_TO_STRUCT, POSTGIS_HEADER_STRUCTURE, POSTGIS_TO_GDAL, STRUCT_SIZE, ) def pack(structure, data): """ Pack data into hex string with little endian format. """ return binascii.hexlify(struct.pack('<' + structure, *data)).upper() def unpack(structure, data): """ Unpack little endian hexlified binary string into a list. """ return struct.unpack('<' + structure, binascii.unhexlify(data)) def chunk(data, index): """ Split a string into two parts at the input index. """ return data[:index], data[index:] def get_pgraster_srid(data): """ Extract the SRID from a PostGIS raster string. """ if data is None: return # The positional arguments here extract the hex-encoded srid from the # header of the PostGIS raster string. This can be understood through # the POSTGIS_HEADER_STRUCTURE constant definition in the const module. return unpack('i', data[106:114])[0] def from_pgraster(data): """ Convert a PostGIS HEX String into a dictionary. """ if data is None: return # Split raster header from data header, data = chunk(data, 122) header = unpack(POSTGIS_HEADER_STRUCTURE, header) # Parse band data bands = [] pixeltypes = [] while data: # Get pixel type for this band pixeltype, data = chunk(data, 2) pixeltype = unpack('B', pixeltype)[0] # Subtract nodata byte from band nodata value if it exists has_nodata = pixeltype >= 64 if has_nodata: pixeltype -= 64 # Convert datatype from PostGIS to GDAL & get pack type and size pixeltype = POSTGIS_TO_GDAL[pixeltype] pack_type = GDAL_TO_STRUCT[pixeltype] pack_size = 2 * STRUCT_SIZE[pack_type] # Parse band nodata value. The nodata value is part of the # PGRaster string even if the nodata flag is True, so it always # has to be chunked off the data string. nodata, data = chunk(data, pack_size) nodata = unpack(pack_type, nodata)[0] # Chunk and unpack band data (pack size times nr of pixels) band, data = chunk(data, pack_size * header[10] * header[11]) band_result = {'data': binascii.unhexlify(band)} # If the nodata flag is True, set the nodata value. if has_nodata: band_result['nodata_value'] = nodata # Append band data to band list bands.append(band_result) # Store pixeltype of this band in pixeltypes array pixeltypes.append(pixeltype) # Check that all bands have the same pixeltype. # This is required by GDAL. PostGIS rasters could have different pixeltypes # for bands of the same raster. if len(set(pixeltypes)) != 1: raise ValidationError("Band pixeltypes are not all equal.") return { 'srid': int(header[9]), 'width': header[10], 'height': header[11], 'datatype': pixeltypes[0], 'origin': (header[5], header[6]), 'scale': (header[3], header[4]), 'skew': (header[7], header[8]), 'bands': bands, } def to_pgraster(rast): """ Convert a GDALRaster into PostGIS Raster format. """ # Return if the raster is null if rast is None or rast == '': return # Prepare the raster header data as a tuple. The first two numbers are # the endianness and the PostGIS Raster Version, both are fixed by # PostGIS at the moment. rasterheader = ( 1, 0, len(rast.bands), rast.scale.x, rast.scale.y, rast.origin.x, rast.origin.y, rast.skew.x, rast.skew.y, rast.srs.srid, rast.width, rast.height, ) # Hexlify raster header result = pack(POSTGIS_HEADER_STRUCTURE, rasterheader) for band in rast.bands: # The PostGIS raster band header has exactly two elements, a 8BUI byte # and the nodata value. # # The 8BUI stores both the PostGIS pixel data type and a nodata flag. # It is composed as the datatype integer plus 64 as a flag for existing # nodata values: # 8BUI_VALUE = PG_PIXEL_TYPE (0-11) + FLAG (0 or 64) # # For example, if the byte value is 71, then the datatype is # 71-64 = 7 (32BSI) and the nodata value is True. structure = 'B' + GDAL_TO_STRUCT[band.datatype()] # Get band pixel type in PostGIS notation pixeltype = GDAL_TO_POSTGIS[band.datatype()] # Set the nodata flag if band.nodata_value is not None: pixeltype += 64 # Pack band header bandheader = pack(structure, (pixeltype, band.nodata_value or 0)) # Hexlify band data band_data_hex = binascii.hexlify(band.data(as_memoryview=True)).upper() # Add packed header and band data to result result += bandheader + band_data_hex # Cast raster to string before passing it to the DB return result.decode()
mit
RootForum/magrathea
magrathea/cli/commands/version.py
1
1239
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ magrathea.cli.commands.version ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ :copyright: Copyright 2014 by the RootForum.org team, see AUTHORS. :license: MIT License, see LICENSE for details. """ import magrathea from ..base import BaseCommand class VersionCommand(BaseCommand): """ Command class implementing the version command. """ name = 'version' aliases = ('--version', '-v') help = 'Show version and copyright information' arguments = ( (('-s', '--short'), {'help': 'only print the version string', 'action': 'store_true'}), ) def handle(self): """Command handler for the version command""" if 'short' in self.args and self.args.short: self.log_notice(magrathea.get_version()) else: self.log_notice("""Magrathea version {version} Copyright (C) {year} by {author} This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. """.format( version=magrathea.get_version(), year=magrathea.COPYRIGHT[0], author=magrathea.COPYRIGHT[1]) ) self._status = 0
mit
2014c2g4/c2g4
w2/static/Brython2.0.0-20140209-164925/Lib/xml/sax/saxutils.py
730
11688
"""\ A library of useful helper classes to the SAX classes, for the convenience of application and driver writers. """ import os, urllib.parse, urllib.request import io from . import handler from . import xmlreader def __dict_replace(s, d): """Replace substrings of a string using a dictionary.""" for key, value in d.items(): s = s.replace(key, value) return s def escape(data, entities={}): """Escape &, <, and > in a string of data. You can escape other strings of data by passing a dictionary as the optional entities parameter. The keys and values must all be strings; each key will be replaced with its corresponding value. """ # must do ampersand first data = data.replace("&", "&amp;") data = data.replace(">", "&gt;") data = data.replace("<", "&lt;") if entities: data = __dict_replace(data, entities) return data def unescape(data, entities={}): """Unescape &amp;, &lt;, and &gt; in a string of data. You can unescape other strings of data by passing a dictionary as the optional entities parameter. The keys and values must all be strings; each key will be replaced with its corresponding value. """ data = data.replace("&lt;", "<") data = data.replace("&gt;", ">") if entities: data = __dict_replace(data, entities) # must do ampersand last return data.replace("&amp;", "&") def quoteattr(data, entities={}): """Escape and quote an attribute value. Escape &, <, and > in a string of data, then quote it for use as an attribute value. The \" character will be escaped as well, if necessary. You can escape other strings of data by passing a dictionary as the optional entities parameter. The keys and values must all be strings; each key will be replaced with its corresponding value. """ entities = entities.copy() entities.update({'\n': '&#10;', '\r': '&#13;', '\t':'&#9;'}) data = escape(data, entities) if '"' in data: if "'" in data: data = '"%s"' % data.replace('"', "&quot;") else: data = "'%s'" % data else: data = '"%s"' % data return data def _gettextwriter(out, encoding): if out is None: import sys return sys.stdout if isinstance(out, io.TextIOBase): # use a text writer as is return out # wrap a binary writer with TextIOWrapper if isinstance(out, io.RawIOBase): # Keep the original file open when the TextIOWrapper is # destroyed class _wrapper: __class__ = out.__class__ def __getattr__(self, name): return getattr(out, name) buffer = _wrapper() buffer.close = lambda: None else: # This is to handle passed objects that aren't in the # IOBase hierarchy, but just have a write method buffer = io.BufferedIOBase() buffer.writable = lambda: True buffer.write = out.write try: # TextIOWrapper uses this methods to determine # if BOM (for UTF-16, etc) should be added buffer.seekable = out.seekable buffer.tell = out.tell except AttributeError: pass return io.TextIOWrapper(buffer, encoding=encoding, errors='xmlcharrefreplace', newline='\n', write_through=True) class XMLGenerator(handler.ContentHandler): def __init__(self, out=None, encoding="iso-8859-1", short_empty_elements=False): handler.ContentHandler.__init__(self) out = _gettextwriter(out, encoding) self._write = out.write self._flush = out.flush self._ns_contexts = [{}] # contains uri -> prefix dicts self._current_context = self._ns_contexts[-1] self._undeclared_ns_maps = [] self._encoding = encoding self._short_empty_elements = short_empty_elements self._pending_start_element = False def _qname(self, name): """Builds a qualified name from a (ns_url, localname) pair""" if name[0]: # Per http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace, The 'xml' prefix is # bound by definition to http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace. It # does not need to be declared and will not usually be found in # self._current_context. if 'http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace' == name[0]: return 'xml:' + name[1] # The name is in a non-empty namespace prefix = self._current_context[name[0]] if prefix: # If it is not the default namespace, prepend the prefix return prefix + ":" + name[1] # Return the unqualified name return name[1] def _finish_pending_start_element(self,endElement=False): if self._pending_start_element: self._write('>') self._pending_start_element = False # ContentHandler methods def startDocument(self): self._write('<?xml version="1.0" encoding="%s"?>\n' % self._encoding) def endDocument(self): self._flush() def startPrefixMapping(self, prefix, uri): self._ns_contexts.append(self._current_context.copy()) self._current_context[uri] = prefix self._undeclared_ns_maps.append((prefix, uri)) def endPrefixMapping(self, prefix): self._current_context = self._ns_contexts[-1] del self._ns_contexts[-1] def startElement(self, name, attrs): self._finish_pending_start_element() self._write('<' + name) for (name, value) in attrs.items(): self._write(' %s=%s' % (name, quoteattr(value))) if self._short_empty_elements: self._pending_start_element = True else: self._write(">") def endElement(self, name): if self._pending_start_element: self._write('/>') self._pending_start_element = False else: self._write('</%s>' % name) def startElementNS(self, name, qname, attrs): self._finish_pending_start_element() self._write('<' + self._qname(name)) for prefix, uri in self._undeclared_ns_maps: if prefix: self._write(' xmlns:%s="%s"' % (prefix, uri)) else: self._write(' xmlns="%s"' % uri) self._undeclared_ns_maps = [] for (name, value) in attrs.items(): self._write(' %s=%s' % (self._qname(name), quoteattr(value))) if self._short_empty_elements: self._pending_start_element = True else: self._write(">") def endElementNS(self, name, qname): if self._pending_start_element: self._write('/>') self._pending_start_element = False else: self._write('</%s>' % self._qname(name)) def characters(self, content): if content: self._finish_pending_start_element() self._write(escape(content)) def ignorableWhitespace(self, content): if content: self._finish_pending_start_element() self._write(content) def processingInstruction(self, target, data): self._finish_pending_start_element() self._write('<?%s %s?>' % (target, data)) class XMLFilterBase(xmlreader.XMLReader): """This class is designed to sit between an XMLReader and the client application's event handlers. By default, it does nothing but pass requests up to the reader and events on to the handlers unmodified, but subclasses can override specific methods to modify the event stream or the configuration requests as they pass through.""" def __init__(self, parent = None): xmlreader.XMLReader.__init__(self) self._parent = parent # ErrorHandler methods def error(self, exception): self._err_handler.error(exception) def fatalError(self, exception): self._err_handler.fatalError(exception) def warning(self, exception): self._err_handler.warning(exception) # ContentHandler methods def setDocumentLocator(self, locator): self._cont_handler.setDocumentLocator(locator) def startDocument(self): self._cont_handler.startDocument() def endDocument(self): self._cont_handler.endDocument() def startPrefixMapping(self, prefix, uri): self._cont_handler.startPrefixMapping(prefix, uri) def endPrefixMapping(self, prefix): self._cont_handler.endPrefixMapping(prefix) def startElement(self, name, attrs): self._cont_handler.startElement(name, attrs) def endElement(self, name): self._cont_handler.endElement(name) def startElementNS(self, name, qname, attrs): self._cont_handler.startElementNS(name, qname, attrs) def endElementNS(self, name, qname): self._cont_handler.endElementNS(name, qname) def characters(self, content): self._cont_handler.characters(content) def ignorableWhitespace(self, chars): self._cont_handler.ignorableWhitespace(chars) def processingInstruction(self, target, data): self._cont_handler.processingInstruction(target, data) def skippedEntity(self, name): self._cont_handler.skippedEntity(name) # DTDHandler methods def notationDecl(self, name, publicId, systemId): self._dtd_handler.notationDecl(name, publicId, systemId) def unparsedEntityDecl(self, name, publicId, systemId, ndata): self._dtd_handler.unparsedEntityDecl(name, publicId, systemId, ndata) # EntityResolver methods def resolveEntity(self, publicId, systemId): return self._ent_handler.resolveEntity(publicId, systemId) # XMLReader methods def parse(self, source): self._parent.setContentHandler(self) self._parent.setErrorHandler(self) self._parent.setEntityResolver(self) self._parent.setDTDHandler(self) self._parent.parse(source) def setLocale(self, locale): self._parent.setLocale(locale) def getFeature(self, name): return self._parent.getFeature(name) def setFeature(self, name, state): self._parent.setFeature(name, state) def getProperty(self, name): return self._parent.getProperty(name) def setProperty(self, name, value): self._parent.setProperty(name, value) # XMLFilter methods def getParent(self): return self._parent def setParent(self, parent): self._parent = parent # --- Utility functions def prepare_input_source(source, base=""): """This function takes an InputSource and an optional base URL and returns a fully resolved InputSource object ready for reading.""" if isinstance(source, str): source = xmlreader.InputSource(source) elif hasattr(source, "read"): f = source source = xmlreader.InputSource() source.setByteStream(f) if hasattr(f, "name"): source.setSystemId(f.name) if source.getByteStream() is None: sysid = source.getSystemId() basehead = os.path.dirname(os.path.normpath(base)) sysidfilename = os.path.join(basehead, sysid) if os.path.isfile(sysidfilename): source.setSystemId(sysidfilename) f = open(sysidfilename, "rb") else: source.setSystemId(urllib.parse.urljoin(base, sysid)) f = urllib.request.urlopen(source.getSystemId()) source.setByteStream(f) return source
gpl-2.0
ratnania/pigasus
doc/manual/include/demo/test_neumann_quartcircle.py
1
2730
#! /usr/bin/python # ... try: from matplotlib import pyplot as plt PLOT=True except ImportError: PLOT=False # ... import numpy as np from pigasus.gallery.poisson import * import sys import inspect filename = inspect.getfile(inspect.currentframe()) # script filename (usually with path) # ... sin = np.sin ; cos = np.cos ; pi = np.pi ; exp = np.exp # ... #----------------------------------- try: nx = int(sys.argv[1]) except: nx = 31 try: ny = int(sys.argv[2]) except: ny = 31 try: px = int(sys.argv[3]) except: px = 2 try: py = int(sys.argv[4]) except: py = 2 from igakit.cad_geometry import quart_circle as domain geo = domain(n=[nx,ny],p=[px,py]) #----------------------------------- # ... # exact solution # ... R = 1. r = 0.5 c = 1. # for neumann #c = pi / (R**2-r**2) # for all dirichlet bc u = lambda x,y : [ x * y * sin ( c * (R**2 - x**2 - y**2 )) ] # ... # ... # rhs # ... f = lambda x,y : [4*c**2*x**3*y*sin(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) \ + 4*c**2*x*y**3*sin(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) \ + 12*c*x*y*cos(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) ] # ... # ... # values of gradu.n at the boundary # ... gradu = lambda x,y : [-2*c*x**2*y*cos(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) + y*sin(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) \ ,-2*c*x*y**2*cos(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) + x*sin(c*(R**2 - x**2 - y**2)) ] def func_g (x,y) : du = gradu (x, y) return [ du[0] , du[1] ] # ... # ... # values of u at the boundary # ... bc_neumann={} bc_neumann [0,0] = func_g Dirichlet = [[1,2,3]] #AllDirichlet = True # ... # ... try: bc_dirichlet except NameError: bc_dirichlet = None else: pass try: bc_neumann except NameError: bc_neumann = None else: pass try: AllDirichlet except NameError: AllDirichlet = None else: pass try: Dirichlet except NameError: Dirichlet = None else: pass try: Metric except NameError: Metric = None else: pass # ... # ... PDE = poisson(geometry=geo, bc_dirichlet=bc_dirichlet, bc_neumann=bc_neumann, AllDirichlet=AllDirichlet, Dirichlet=Dirichlet,metric=Metric) # ... # ... PDE.assembly(f=f) PDE.solve() # ... # ... normU = PDE.norm(exact=u) print "norm U = ", normU # ... # ... if PLOT: PDE.plot() ; plt.colorbar(); plt.title('$u_h$') plt.savefig(filename.split('.py')[0]+'.png', format='png') plt.clf() # ... PDE.free()
mit
aroig/offlineimap
test/OLItest/globals.py
12
1373
#Constants, that don't rely on anything else in the module # Copyright (C) 2012- Sebastian Spaeth & contributors # # 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 St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA try: from cStringIO import StringIO except ImportError: #python3 from io import StringIO default_conf=StringIO("""[general] #will be set automatically metadata = accounts = test ui = quiet [Account test] localrepository = Maildir remoterepository = IMAP [Repository Maildir] Type = Maildir # will be set automatically during tests localfolders = [Repository IMAP] type=IMAP # Don't hammer the server with too many connection attempts: maxconnections=1 folderfilter= lambda f: f.startswith('INBOX.OLItest') """)
gpl-2.0
wsilva/fdp-folha-de-ponto-ach2077
fdp/settings/base.py
1
2384
""" Django settings for fdp project. For more information on this file, see https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/topics/settings/ For the full list of settings and their values, see https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/ref/settings/ """ # Build paths inside the project like this: os.path.join(BASE_DIR, ...) import os BASE_DIR = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__))) # Quick-start development settings - unsuitable for production # See https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/howto/deployment/checklist/ # SECURITY WARNING: keep the secret key used in production secret! SECRET_KEY = 'j7y4q=&c=n0o9hdoc(ebkfj41k%wyhe&^zq!dqrwnwxgxbz&z+' # SECURITY WARNING: don't run with debug turned on in production! DEBUG = True TEMPLATE_DEBUG = True ALLOWED_HOSTS = [] # Application definition INSTALLED_APPS = ( 'django.contrib.admin', 'django.contrib.auth', 'django.contrib.contenttypes', 'django.contrib.sessions', 'django.contrib.messages', 'django.contrib.staticfiles', 'pontos', ) MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = ( 'django.contrib.sessions.middleware.SessionMiddleware', 'django.middleware.common.CommonMiddleware', 'django.middleware.csrf.CsrfViewMiddleware', 'django.contrib.auth.middleware.AuthenticationMiddleware', 'django.contrib.auth.middleware.SessionAuthenticationMiddleware', 'django.contrib.messages.middleware.MessageMiddleware', 'django.middleware.clickjacking.XFrameOptionsMiddleware', ) ROOT_URLCONF = 'fdp.urls' WSGI_APPLICATION = 'fdp.wsgi.application' # Database # https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/ref/settings/#databases DATABASES = { 'default': { 'ENGINE': 'django.db.backends.sqlite3', 'NAME': os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'db.sqlite3'), } } # Internationalization # https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/topics/i18n/ # LANGUAGE_CODE = 'en-us' LANGUAGE_CODE = 'pt-br' # TIME_ZONE = 'UTC' TIME_ZONE = 'America/Sao_Paulo' USE_I18N = True USE_L10N = True USE_TZ = True # Static files (CSS, JavaScript, Images) # https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/howto/static-files/ STATIC_URL = '/static/' UPLOAD_DIR = os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'static', 'uploads') STATIC_ROOT = os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'static', 'static_root') STATICFILES_DIRS = ( os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'static', 'static_dirs'), ) TEMPLATE_DIRS = ( os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'templates'), )
gpl-3.0
flyher/pymo
symbian/PythonForS60_1.9.6/module-repo/standard-modules/encodings/cp1253.py
593
13350
""" Python Character Mapping Codec cp1253 generated from 'MAPPINGS/VENDORS/MICSFT/WINDOWS/CP1253.TXT' with gencodec.py. """#" import codecs ### Codec APIs class Codec(codecs.Codec): def encode(self,input,errors='strict'): return codecs.charmap_encode(input,errors,encoding_table) def decode(self,input,errors='strict'): return codecs.charmap_decode(input,errors,decoding_table) class IncrementalEncoder(codecs.IncrementalEncoder): def encode(self, input, final=False): return codecs.charmap_encode(input,self.errors,encoding_table)[0] class IncrementalDecoder(codecs.IncrementalDecoder): def decode(self, input, final=False): return codecs.charmap_decode(input,self.errors,decoding_table)[0] class StreamWriter(Codec,codecs.StreamWriter): pass class StreamReader(Codec,codecs.StreamReader): pass ### encodings module API def getregentry(): return codecs.CodecInfo( name='cp1253', encode=Codec().encode, decode=Codec().decode, incrementalencoder=IncrementalEncoder, incrementaldecoder=IncrementalDecoder, streamreader=StreamReader, streamwriter=StreamWriter, ) ### Decoding Table decoding_table = ( u'\x00' # 0x00 -> NULL u'\x01' # 0x01 -> START OF HEADING u'\x02' # 0x02 -> START OF TEXT u'\x03' # 0x03 -> END OF TEXT u'\x04' # 0x04 -> END OF TRANSMISSION u'\x05' # 0x05 -> ENQUIRY u'\x06' # 0x06 -> ACKNOWLEDGE u'\x07' # 0x07 -> BELL u'\x08' # 0x08 -> BACKSPACE u'\t' # 0x09 -> HORIZONTAL TABULATION u'\n' # 0x0A -> LINE FEED u'\x0b' # 0x0B -> VERTICAL TABULATION u'\x0c' # 0x0C -> FORM FEED u'\r' # 0x0D -> CARRIAGE RETURN u'\x0e' # 0x0E -> SHIFT OUT u'\x0f' # 0x0F -> SHIFT IN u'\x10' # 0x10 -> DATA LINK ESCAPE u'\x11' # 0x11 -> DEVICE CONTROL ONE u'\x12' # 0x12 -> DEVICE CONTROL TWO u'\x13' # 0x13 -> DEVICE CONTROL THREE u'\x14' # 0x14 -> DEVICE CONTROL FOUR u'\x15' # 0x15 -> NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE u'\x16' # 0x16 -> SYNCHRONOUS IDLE u'\x17' # 0x17 -> END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK u'\x18' # 0x18 -> CANCEL u'\x19' # 0x19 -> END OF MEDIUM u'\x1a' # 0x1A -> SUBSTITUTE u'\x1b' # 0x1B -> ESCAPE u'\x1c' # 0x1C -> FILE SEPARATOR u'\x1d' # 0x1D -> GROUP SEPARATOR u'\x1e' # 0x1E -> RECORD SEPARATOR u'\x1f' # 0x1F -> UNIT SEPARATOR u' ' # 0x20 -> SPACE u'!' # 0x21 -> EXCLAMATION MARK u'"' # 0x22 -> QUOTATION MARK u'#' # 0x23 -> NUMBER SIGN u'$' # 0x24 -> DOLLAR SIGN u'%' # 0x25 -> PERCENT SIGN u'&' # 0x26 -> AMPERSAND u"'" # 0x27 -> APOSTROPHE u'(' # 0x28 -> LEFT PARENTHESIS u')' # 0x29 -> RIGHT PARENTHESIS u'*' # 0x2A -> ASTERISK u'+' # 0x2B -> PLUS SIGN u',' # 0x2C -> COMMA u'-' # 0x2D -> HYPHEN-MINUS u'.' # 0x2E -> FULL STOP u'/' # 0x2F -> SOLIDUS u'0' # 0x30 -> DIGIT ZERO u'1' # 0x31 -> DIGIT ONE u'2' # 0x32 -> DIGIT TWO u'3' # 0x33 -> DIGIT THREE u'4' # 0x34 -> DIGIT FOUR u'5' # 0x35 -> DIGIT FIVE u'6' # 0x36 -> DIGIT SIX u'7' # 0x37 -> DIGIT SEVEN u'8' # 0x38 -> DIGIT EIGHT u'9' # 0x39 -> DIGIT NINE u':' # 0x3A -> COLON u';' # 0x3B -> SEMICOLON u'<' # 0x3C -> LESS-THAN SIGN u'=' # 0x3D -> EQUALS SIGN u'>' # 0x3E -> GREATER-THAN SIGN u'?' # 0x3F -> QUESTION MARK u'@' # 0x40 -> COMMERCIAL AT u'A' # 0x41 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A u'B' # 0x42 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B u'C' # 0x43 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C u'D' # 0x44 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D u'E' # 0x45 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E u'F' # 0x46 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F u'G' # 0x47 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G u'H' # 0x48 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H u'I' # 0x49 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I u'J' # 0x4A -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J u'K' # 0x4B -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K u'L' # 0x4C -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L u'M' # 0x4D -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M u'N' # 0x4E -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N u'O' # 0x4F -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O u'P' # 0x50 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P u'Q' # 0x51 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q u'R' # 0x52 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R u'S' # 0x53 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S u'T' # 0x54 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T u'U' # 0x55 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U u'V' # 0x56 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V u'W' # 0x57 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W u'X' # 0x58 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X u'Y' # 0x59 -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y u'Z' # 0x5A -> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z u'[' # 0x5B -> LEFT SQUARE BRACKET u'\\' # 0x5C -> REVERSE SOLIDUS u']' # 0x5D -> RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET u'^' # 0x5E -> CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT u'_' # 0x5F -> LOW LINE u'`' # 0x60 -> GRAVE ACCENT u'a' # 0x61 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER A u'b' # 0x62 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER B u'c' # 0x63 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER C u'd' # 0x64 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER D u'e' # 0x65 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER E u'f' # 0x66 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER F u'g' # 0x67 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER G u'h' # 0x68 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER H u'i' # 0x69 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER I u'j' # 0x6A -> LATIN SMALL LETTER J u'k' # 0x6B -> LATIN SMALL LETTER K u'l' # 0x6C -> LATIN SMALL LETTER L u'm' # 0x6D -> LATIN SMALL LETTER M u'n' # 0x6E -> LATIN SMALL LETTER N u'o' # 0x6F -> LATIN SMALL LETTER O u'p' # 0x70 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER P u'q' # 0x71 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER Q u'r' # 0x72 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER R u's' # 0x73 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER S u't' # 0x74 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER T u'u' # 0x75 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER U u'v' # 0x76 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER V u'w' # 0x77 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER W u'x' # 0x78 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER X u'y' # 0x79 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER Y u'z' # 0x7A -> LATIN SMALL LETTER Z u'{' # 0x7B -> LEFT CURLY BRACKET u'|' # 0x7C -> VERTICAL LINE u'}' # 0x7D -> RIGHT CURLY BRACKET u'~' # 0x7E -> TILDE u'\x7f' # 0x7F -> DELETE u'\u20ac' # 0x80 -> EURO SIGN u'\ufffe' # 0x81 -> UNDEFINED u'\u201a' # 0x82 -> SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK u'\u0192' # 0x83 -> LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK u'\u201e' # 0x84 -> DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK u'\u2026' # 0x85 -> HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS u'\u2020' # 0x86 -> DAGGER u'\u2021' # 0x87 -> DOUBLE DAGGER u'\ufffe' # 0x88 -> UNDEFINED u'\u2030' # 0x89 -> PER MILLE SIGN u'\ufffe' # 0x8A -> UNDEFINED u'\u2039' # 0x8B -> SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK u'\ufffe' # 0x8C -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x8D -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x8E -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x8F -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x90 -> UNDEFINED u'\u2018' # 0x91 -> LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK u'\u2019' # 0x92 -> RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK u'\u201c' # 0x93 -> LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK u'\u201d' # 0x94 -> RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK u'\u2022' # 0x95 -> BULLET u'\u2013' # 0x96 -> EN DASH u'\u2014' # 0x97 -> EM DASH u'\ufffe' # 0x98 -> UNDEFINED u'\u2122' # 0x99 -> TRADE MARK SIGN u'\ufffe' # 0x9A -> UNDEFINED u'\u203a' # 0x9B -> SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK u'\ufffe' # 0x9C -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x9D -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x9E -> UNDEFINED u'\ufffe' # 0x9F -> UNDEFINED u'\xa0' # 0xA0 -> NO-BREAK SPACE u'\u0385' # 0xA1 -> GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS u'\u0386' # 0xA2 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ALPHA WITH TONOS u'\xa3' # 0xA3 -> POUND SIGN u'\xa4' # 0xA4 -> CURRENCY SIGN u'\xa5' # 0xA5 -> YEN SIGN u'\xa6' # 0xA6 -> BROKEN BAR u'\xa7' # 0xA7 -> SECTION SIGN u'\xa8' # 0xA8 -> DIAERESIS u'\xa9' # 0xA9 -> COPYRIGHT SIGN u'\ufffe' # 0xAA -> UNDEFINED u'\xab' # 0xAB -> LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK u'\xac' # 0xAC -> NOT SIGN u'\xad' # 0xAD -> SOFT HYPHEN u'\xae' # 0xAE -> REGISTERED SIGN u'\u2015' # 0xAF -> HORIZONTAL BAR u'\xb0' # 0xB0 -> DEGREE SIGN u'\xb1' # 0xB1 -> PLUS-MINUS SIGN u'\xb2' # 0xB2 -> SUPERSCRIPT TWO u'\xb3' # 0xB3 -> SUPERSCRIPT THREE u'\u0384' # 0xB4 -> GREEK TONOS u'\xb5' # 0xB5 -> MICRO SIGN u'\xb6' # 0xB6 -> PILCROW SIGN u'\xb7' # 0xB7 -> MIDDLE DOT u'\u0388' # 0xB8 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER EPSILON WITH TONOS u'\u0389' # 0xB9 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ETA WITH TONOS u'\u038a' # 0xBA -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER IOTA WITH TONOS u'\xbb' # 0xBB -> RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK u'\u038c' # 0xBC -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMICRON WITH TONOS u'\xbd' # 0xBD -> VULGAR FRACTION ONE HALF u'\u038e' # 0xBE -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER UPSILON WITH TONOS u'\u038f' # 0xBF -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA WITH TONOS u'\u0390' # 0xC0 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA WITH DIALYTIKA AND TONOS u'\u0391' # 0xC1 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ALPHA u'\u0392' # 0xC2 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER BETA u'\u0393' # 0xC3 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER GAMMA u'\u0394' # 0xC4 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER DELTA u'\u0395' # 0xC5 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER EPSILON u'\u0396' # 0xC6 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ZETA u'\u0397' # 0xC7 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ETA u'\u0398' # 0xC8 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER THETA u'\u0399' # 0xC9 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER IOTA u'\u039a' # 0xCA -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER KAPPA u'\u039b' # 0xCB -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER LAMDA u'\u039c' # 0xCC -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER MU u'\u039d' # 0xCD -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER NU u'\u039e' # 0xCE -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER XI u'\u039f' # 0xCF -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMICRON u'\u03a0' # 0xD0 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PI u'\u03a1' # 0xD1 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER RHO u'\ufffe' # 0xD2 -> UNDEFINED u'\u03a3' # 0xD3 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER SIGMA u'\u03a4' # 0xD4 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER TAU u'\u03a5' # 0xD5 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER UPSILON u'\u03a6' # 0xD6 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PHI u'\u03a7' # 0xD7 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER CHI u'\u03a8' # 0xD8 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PSI u'\u03a9' # 0xD9 -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA u'\u03aa' # 0xDA -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER IOTA WITH DIALYTIKA u'\u03ab' # 0xDB -> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER UPSILON WITH DIALYTIKA u'\u03ac' # 0xDC -> GREEK SMALL LETTER ALPHA WITH TONOS u'\u03ad' # 0xDD -> GREEK SMALL LETTER EPSILON WITH TONOS u'\u03ae' # 0xDE -> GREEK SMALL LETTER ETA WITH TONOS u'\u03af' # 0xDF -> GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA WITH TONOS u'\u03b0' # 0xE0 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER UPSILON WITH DIALYTIKA AND TONOS u'\u03b1' # 0xE1 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER ALPHA u'\u03b2' # 0xE2 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER BETA u'\u03b3' # 0xE3 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER GAMMA u'\u03b4' # 0xE4 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER DELTA u'\u03b5' # 0xE5 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER EPSILON u'\u03b6' # 0xE6 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER ZETA u'\u03b7' # 0xE7 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER ETA u'\u03b8' # 0xE8 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER THETA u'\u03b9' # 0xE9 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA u'\u03ba' # 0xEA -> GREEK SMALL LETTER KAPPA u'\u03bb' # 0xEB -> GREEK SMALL LETTER LAMDA u'\u03bc' # 0xEC -> GREEK SMALL LETTER MU u'\u03bd' # 0xED -> GREEK SMALL LETTER NU u'\u03be' # 0xEE -> GREEK SMALL LETTER XI u'\u03bf' # 0xEF -> GREEK SMALL LETTER OMICRON u'\u03c0' # 0xF0 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER PI u'\u03c1' # 0xF1 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER RHO u'\u03c2' # 0xF2 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER FINAL SIGMA u'\u03c3' # 0xF3 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER SIGMA u'\u03c4' # 0xF4 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER TAU u'\u03c5' # 0xF5 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER UPSILON u'\u03c6' # 0xF6 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER PHI u'\u03c7' # 0xF7 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER CHI u'\u03c8' # 0xF8 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER PSI u'\u03c9' # 0xF9 -> GREEK SMALL LETTER OMEGA u'\u03ca' # 0xFA -> GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA WITH DIALYTIKA u'\u03cb' # 0xFB -> GREEK SMALL LETTER UPSILON WITH DIALYTIKA u'\u03cc' # 0xFC -> GREEK SMALL LETTER OMICRON WITH TONOS u'\u03cd' # 0xFD -> GREEK SMALL LETTER UPSILON WITH TONOS u'\u03ce' # 0xFE -> GREEK SMALL LETTER OMEGA WITH TONOS u'\ufffe' # 0xFF -> UNDEFINED ) ### Encoding table encoding_table=codecs.charmap_build(decoding_table)
mit
antonioguirola/webpy-base
forms.py
1
4418
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from web import form import re import db # Expresiones regulares necesarias: #formatoVisa=re.compile(r'[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4}') # Funciones necesarias para las validaciones def fooFunction(): pass """ EJEMPLO DE FORMULARIO PARA DARSE DE ALTA formularioInscripcion = form.Form( form.Textbox( "nombre", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="nombreId", description="Nombre: " ), form.Textbox( "apellidos", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="apellidosId", description="Apellidos: " ), form.Textbox( "dni", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="dniId", description="DNI: " ), form.Textbox( "email", form.notnull, form.regexp(r'[a-zA-Z0-9._%+-]+@[a-zA-Z0-9.-]+\.[a-zA-Z]{2,4}', 'Formato de email incorrecto'), class_="form-control", id="emailId", description=u"Correo electrónico: " ), form.Dropdown( "dia", [(d, d) for d in range(1,32)], id="diaID", description=u"Día de nacimiento: ", ), form.Dropdown( "mes", [(1,'Enero'),(2,'Febrero'),(3,'Marzo'),(4,'Abril'),(5,'Mayo'),(6,'Junio'), (7,'Julio'),(8,'Agosto'),(9,'Septiembre'),(10,'Octubre'),(11,'Noviembre'),(12,'Diciembre')], id="mesID", description="Mes de nacimiento: " ), form.Dropdown( "anio", [d for d in range(1930,2006)], id="anioID", description=u"Año de nacimiento: " ), form.Textarea( "direccion", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="direccionId", description=u"Dirección: " ), form.Textbox( "username", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="usernameId", description="Nombre de usuario: " ), form.Password( "password1", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="password1Id", description=u"Contraseña: " ), form.Password( "password2", form.notnull, class_="form-control", id="password2Id", description=u"Repita la contraseña: " ), form.Radio( 'formaPago', [["VISA","VISA "],["contraReembolso","Contra reembolso"]], form.notnull, id="formaPagoId", description="Forma de pago: " ), form.Textbox( "visa", class_="form-control", id="visaId", description="Número de tarjeta VISA: ", ), form.Checkbox( "acepto", description="Acepto las condiciones de uso ", id="aceptoId", value="si" ), validators = [ form.Validator(u"Fecha incorrecta", lambda x: ((int(x.mes)==2 and int(x.dia)<=28)) or (int(x.mes) in [4,6,9,11] and int(x.dia)<31) or (int(x.mes) in [1,3,5,7,8,10,12]) or (int(x.mes)==2 and int(x.dia)==29 and esBisiesto(x.anio))), form.Validator(u"La contraseña debe tener al menos 7 caracteres",lambda x: len(x.password1)>6), form.Validator(u"Las contraseñas no coinciden", lambda x: x.password1 == x.password2), form.Validator(u"Debe introducir un número de tarjeta válido",lambda x: (x.formaPago=="contraReembolso") or (x.formaPago=="VISA" and formatoVisa.match(x.visa))), form.Validator(u"Debe aceptar los términos y condiciones",lambda x: x.acepto=="si") ] ) """
gpl-3.0
hehongliang/tensorflow
tensorflow/contrib/tensorrt/custom_plugin_examples/inc_op.py
37
1215
# Copyright 2018 The TensorFlow Authors. 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. # ============================================================================= """Loader for the custom inc_op.""" from __future__ import absolute_import from __future__ import division from __future__ import print_function import platform if platform.system() != "Windows": # pylint: disable=g-import-not-at-top from tensorflow.contrib.util import loader from tensorflow.python.platform import resource_loader # pylint: enable=g-import-not-at-top _inc_op = loader.load_op_library( resource_loader.get_path_to_datafile("_inc_op.so")) else: raise RuntimeError("Windows not supported")
apache-2.0
binghongcha08/pyQMD
sys_bath/bilinear/sys_bath_lqf.py
2
10991
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ Created on Fri Mar 25 09:42:22 2016 @author: bing """ import numpy as np #import scipy import numba import sys import math bohr_angstrom = 0.52917721092 hartree_wavenumber = 219474.63 #hartree_wavenumber = scipy.constants.value(u'hartree-inverse meter relationship') / 1e2 def M1mat(a, Nb): M1 = np.zeros((Nb,Nb)) for m in range(Nb-1): M1[m,m+1] = np.sqrt(float(m+1)/2.0/a) M1 = Sym(M1) return M1 def M2mat(a, Nb): M2 = np.zeros((Nb,Nb)) for m in range(Nb): M2[m,m] = (float(m) + 0.5)/a if Nb > 1: for m in range(Nb-2): M2[m,m+2] = np.sqrt(float((m+1)*(m+2)))/2.0/a M2 = Sym(M2) return M2 def M3mat(a, Nb): M3 = np.zeros((Nb,Nb)) for m in range(Nb-1): M3[m,m+1] = 3.0 * (float(m+1)/2./a)**1.5 if Nb > 2: for m in range(Nb-3): M3[m,m+3] = np.sqrt(float((m+1)*(m+2)*(m+3))) / (2.0*a)**1.5 M3 = Sym(M3) return M3 def M4mat(a, Nb): M4 = np.zeros((Nb,Nb)) for m in range(Nb): M4[m,m] = float(3.0 * m**2 + 3.0 * (m+1)**2) / (2.*a)**2 if Nb > 1: for m in range(Nb-2): M4[m,m+2] = (4.0*m + 6.0) * np.sqrt(float((m+1)*(m+2))) / (2.*a)**2 if Nb > 3: for m in range(Nb-4): M4[m,m+4] = np.sqrt(float((m+1)*(m+2)*(m+3)*(m+4))) / (2.0*a)**2 M4 = Sym(M4) if Nb > 1: if not M4[0,1] == M4[1,0]: print(M4) print('\n ERROR: Not symmetric matrix M4.\n') sys.exit() return M4 def Hermite(x): cons = np.array([1. / np.sqrt(float(2**n) * float(math.factorial(n))) for n in range(Nb)]) H = [] H.append(1.0) H.append( x * 2.0 ) if Nb > 2: for n in range(2,Nb): Hn = 2.0 * x * H[n-1] - 2.0*(n-1) * H[n-2] H.append(Hn) for n in range(Nb): H[n] = H[n]*cons[n] return H # if n == 0: # H.append(1.) # elif n == 1: # return 2. * x * cons # elif n == 2: # return (4. * x**2 - 2.) * cons # elif n == 3: # return (8.0 * x**3 - 12.0 * x) * cons # elif n == 4: # return (16.0 * x**4 - 48.0 * x**2 + 12.0) * cons # elif n == 5: # return (32.0*x**5 - 160.0*x**3 + 120.0*x) * cons # elif n == 6: # return () #def Vx(x): # g = 0.1 # return x**2/2.0 + g * x**4 / 4.0 def Kmat(alpha,pAve, Nb): K = np.zeros((Nb,Nb),dtype=complex) ar = alpha.real for j in range(Nb): K[j,j] = np.abs(alpha)**2 / ar * (2. * j + 1.)/2. + pAve**2 for j in range(1,Nb): K[j-1,j] = -1j*np.conj(alpha) * pAve * np.sqrt(2. * j / ar) K[j,j-1] = np.conj(K[j-1,j]) if Nb > 2: for j in range(2,Nb): K[j-2,j] = - np.sqrt(float((j-1)*j)) * np.conj(alpha)**2 / 2. / ar K[j,j-2] = np.conj(K[j-2,j]) #K[0,0] = np.abs(alpha)**2/alpha.real / 2. + pAve**2 #K[1,1] = np.abs(alpha)**2/alpha.real * 3.0 / 2. + pAve**2 #K[0,1] = -1j*np.conj(alpha) * pAve * np.sqrt(2.*j/alpha.real) #K[1,0] = np.conj(K[0,1]) K = K / (2.*amx) return K def Sym(V): n = V.shape[-1] for i in range(n): for j in range(i): V[i,j] = V[j,i] return V @numba.autojit def Vint(x,y): """ interaction potential between x and y """ PES = 'HO' if PES == 'Morse': a, x0 = 1.02, 1.4 De = 0.176 / 100.0 d = (1.0-np.exp(-a*x)) v0 = De*d**2 dv = 2. * De * d * a * np.exp(-a*x) elif PES == 'HO': v0 = x**2/2.0 + y**2/2.0 elif PES == 'AHO': eps = 0.4 v0 = x**2/2.0 + eps * x**4/4.0 dv = x + eps * x**3 #ddv = 2.0 * De * (-d*np.exp(-a*((x-x0)))*a**2 + (np.exp(-a*(x-x0)))**2*a**2) # elif PES == 'pH2': # # dx = 1e-4 # # v0 = np.zeros(Ntraj) # dv = np.zeros(Ntraj) # # for i in range(Ntraj): # v0[i] = vpot(x[i]) # dv[i] = ( vpot(x[i] + dx) - v0[i])/dx return v0 def Vy(y): v0 = y**2/2.0 dv = y return v0,dv def LQF(x,w): xAve = np.dot(x,w) xSqdAve = np.dot(x*x,w) var = (xSqdAve - xAve**2) a = 1. / 2. / var r = - a * (x-xAve) dr = - a uAve = (np.dot(r**2,w))/2./amy du = -1./amy * (r*dr) return r, du, uAve @numba.autojit def qpot(x,p,r,w): """ Linear Quantum Force : direct polynomial fitting of derivative-log density (amplitude) curve_fit : randomly choose M points and do a nonlinear least-square fitting to a predefined functional form """ #tau = (max(xdata) - min(xdata))/(max(x) - min(x)) #if tau > 0.6: # pass #else: # print('Data points are not sampled well.' am= amy Nb = 2 S = np.zeros((Nb,Nb)) for j in range(Nb): for k in range(Nb): S[j,k] = np.dot(x**(j+k), w) bp = np.zeros(Nb) br = np.zeros(Nb) for n in range(Nb): bp[n] = np.dot(x**n * p, w) br[n] = np.dot(x**n * r, w) cp = np.linalg.solve(S,bp) cr = np.linalg.solve(S,br) #unit = np.identity(Nb) #r_approx = cr[0] * unit + cr[1] * x + cr[2] * x**2 + cr[3] * x**3 #p_approx = cp[0] * unit + cp[1] * x + cp[2] * x**2 + cp[3] * x**3 N = len(x) dr = np.zeros(N) dp = np.zeros(N) ddr = np.zeros(N) ddp = np.zeros(N) for k in range(1,Nb): dr += float(k) * cr[k] * x**(k-1) dp += float(k) * cp[k] * x**(k-1) for k in range(2,Nb-1): ddr += float(k * (k-1)) * cr[k] * x**(k-2) ddp += float(k * (k-1)) * cp[k] * x**(k-2) fr = -1./2./am * (2. * r * dp + ddp) fq = 1./2./am * (2. * r * dr + ddr) Eu = -1./2./am * np.dot(r**2 + dr,w) return Eu,fq,fr # initialization # for DOF y : an ensemble of trajectories # for DOF x : for each trajectory associate a complex vector c of dimension M Ntraj = 1024 M = 16 nfit = 2 ax = 1.0 # width of the GH basis ay0 = 4.0 y0 = 0.0 print('polynomial fitting of c, order = {} \n'.format(nfit)) # initial conditions for c c = np.zeros((Ntraj,M),dtype=np.complex128) # mixture of ground and first excited state #c[:,0] = 1.0/np.sqrt(2.0)+0j #c[:,1] = 1.0/np.sqrt(2.0)+0j #for i in range(2,M): # c[:,i] = 0.0+0.0j # coherent state z = 1.0/np.sqrt(2.0) for i in range(M): c[:,i] = np.exp(-0.5 * np.abs(z)**2) * z**i / np.sqrt(math.factorial(i)) print('initial occupation \n',c[0,:]) print('trace of density matrix',np.vdot(c[0,:], c[0,:])) # --------------------------------- # initial conditions for QTs y = np.random.randn(Ntraj) y = y / np.sqrt(2.0 * ay0) + y0 print('trajectory range {}, {}'.format(min(y),max(y))) py = np.zeros(Ntraj) ry = - ay0 * (y-y0) w = np.array([1./Ntraj]*Ntraj) # ------------------------------- amx = 1.0 amy = 10.0 f_MSE = open('rMSE.out','w') nout = 20 # number of trajectories to print fmt = ' {}' * (nout+1) + '\n' Eu = 0. Ndim = 1 # dimensionality of the bath fric_cons = 0.0 # friction constant Nt = 2**14 dt = 1.0/2.0**10 dt2 = dt/2.0 t = 0.0 print('time range for propagation is [0,{}]'.format(Nt*dt)) print('timestep = {}'.format(dt)) # construct the Hamiltonian matrix for anharmonic oscilator g = 0.4 V = 0.5 * M2mat(ax,M) + g/4.0 * M4mat(ax,M) K = Kmat(ax,0.0,M) H = K+V print('Hamiltonian matrix in DOF x = \n') print(H) print('\n') @numba.autojit def norm(c,w): anm = 0.0 for k in range(Ntraj): anm += np.vdot(c[k,:], c[k,:]).real * w[k] return anm @numba.autojit def fit_c(c,y): """ global approximation of c vs y to obtain the derivative c'',c' """ dc = np.zeros((Ntraj,M),dtype=np.complex128) ddc = np.zeros((Ntraj,M),dtype=np.complex128) for j in range(M): z = c[:,j] pars = np.polyfit(y,z,nfit) p0 = np.poly1d(pars) p1 = np.polyder(p0) p2 = np.polyder(p1) #for k in range(Ntraj): dc[:,j] = p1(y) ddc[:,j] = p2(y) return dc, ddc @numba.autojit def prop_c(H,c,y,ry,py): dc, ddc = fit_c(c,y) dcdt = np.zeros([Ntraj,M],dtype=np.complex128) eps = 0.50 # bilinear coupling Vint = eps*x*y X1 = M1mat(ax,M) for k in range(Ntraj): Vp = eps * y[k] * X1 tmp = (H + Vp).dot(c[k,:]) - ddc[k,:]/2.0/amy - dc[k,:] * ry[k]/amy dcdt[k,:] = -1j * tmp return dcdt @numba.autojit def xAve(c,y,w): """ compute expectation value of x """ Xmat = M1mat(ax,M) x_ave = 0.0+0.0j for k in range(Ntraj): for m in range(M): for n in range(M): x_ave += Xmat[m,n] * np.conjugate(c[k,m]) * c[k,n] * w[k] return x_ave.real # propagate the QTs for y # update the coeffcients for each trajectory fmt_c = ' {} '* (M+1) f = open('traj.dat','w') fe = open('en.out','w') fc = open('c.dat','w') fx = open('xAve.dat','w') fnorm = open('norm.dat', 'w') v0, dv = Vy(y) ry, du, Eu = LQF(y,w) cold = c dcdt = prop_c(H,c,y,ry,py) c = c + dcdt * dt for k in range(Nt): t = t + dt py += (- dv - du) * dt2 - fric_cons * py * dt2 y += py*dt/amy # force field ry, du, Eu = LQF(y,w) v0, dv = Vy(y) py += (- dv - du) * dt2 - fric_cons * py * dt2 # renormalization anm = norm(c,w) c /= np.sqrt(anm) # update c dcdt = prop_c(H,c,y,ry,py) cnew = cold + dcdt * dt * 2.0 cold = c c = cnew # output data for each timestep # d = c # for k in range(Ntraj): # for i in range(M): # d[k,i] = np.exp(-1j*t*H[i,i])*c[k,i] x_ave = xAve(c,y,w) fx.write('{} {} \n'.format(t,x_ave)) f.write(fmt.format(t,*y[0:nout])) fnorm.write(' {} {} \n'.format(t,anm)) Ek = np.dot(py*py,w)/2./amy Ev = np.dot(v0,w) Eu = Eu Etot = Ek + Ev + Eu fe.write('{} {} {} {} {} \n'.format(t,Ek,Ev,Eu,Etot)) print('The total energy = {} Hartree. \n'.format(Etot)) # print trajectory and coefficients for k in range(Ntraj): fc.write( '{} {} {} {} \n'.format(y[k], c[k,0],c[k,-2],c[k,-1])) fe.close() f.close() fc.close() fx.close() #a, x0, De = 1.02, 1.4, 0.176/100 #print('The well depth = {} cm-1. \n'.format(De * hartree_wavenumber)) # #omega = a * np.sqrt(2. * De / am ) #E0 = omega/2. - omega**2/16./De #dE = (Etot-E0) * hartree_wavenumber #print('Exact ground-state energy = {} Hartree. \nEnergy deviation = {} cm-1. \n'.format(E0,dE)) #
gpl-3.0
estaban/pyload
module/plugins/accounts/FileserveCom.py
1
2261
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ 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 time import mktime, strptime from module.plugins.Account import Account from module.common.json_layer import json_loads class FileserveCom(Account): __name__ = "FileserveCom" __version__ = "0.2" __type__ = "account" __description__ = """Fileserve.com account plugin""" __author_name__ = "mkaay" __author_mail__ = "mkaay@mkaay.de" def loadAccountInfo(self, user, req): data = self.getAccountData(user) page = req.load("http://app.fileserve.com/api/login/", post={"username": user, "password": data['password'], "submit": "Submit+Query"}) res = json_loads(page) if res['type'] == "premium": validuntil = mktime(strptime(res['expireTime'], "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")) return {"trafficleft": res['traffic'], "validuntil": validuntil} else: return {"premium": False, "trafficleft": None, "validuntil": None} def login(self, user, data, req): page = req.load("http://app.fileserve.com/api/login/", post={"username": user, "password": data['password'], "submit": "Submit+Query"}) res = json_loads(page) if not res['type']: self.wrongPassword() #login at fileserv page req.load("http://www.fileserve.com/login.php", post={"loginUserName": user, "loginUserPassword": data['password'], "autoLogin": "checked", "loginFormSubmit": "Login"})
gpl-3.0
sbellem/django
tests/template_tests/test_extends.py
154
7062
import os from django.template import Context, Engine, TemplateDoesNotExist from django.template.loader_tags import ExtendsError from django.template.loaders.base import Loader from django.test import SimpleTestCase, ignore_warnings from django.utils.deprecation import RemovedInDjango20Warning from .utils import ROOT RECURSIVE = os.path.join(ROOT, 'recursive_templates') class ExtendsBehaviorTests(SimpleTestCase): def test_normal_extend(self): engine = Engine(dirs=[os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs')]) template = engine.get_template('one.html') output = template.render(Context({})) self.assertEqual(output.strip(), 'three two one') def test_extend_recursive(self): engine = Engine(dirs=[ os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs'), os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs2'), os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs3'), ]) template = engine.get_template('recursive.html') output = template.render(Context({})) self.assertEqual(output.strip(), 'fs3/recursive fs2/recursive fs/recursive') def test_extend_missing(self): engine = Engine(dirs=[os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs')]) template = engine.get_template('extend-missing.html') with self.assertRaises(TemplateDoesNotExist) as e: template.render(Context({})) tried = e.exception.tried self.assertEqual(len(tried), 1) self.assertEqual(tried[0][0].template_name, 'missing.html') def test_recursive_multiple_loaders(self): engine = Engine( dirs=[os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs')], loaders=[ ('django.template.loaders.locmem.Loader', { 'one.html': '{% extends "one.html" %}{% block content %}{{ block.super }} locmem-one{% endblock %}', 'two.html': '{% extends "two.html" %}{% block content %}{{ block.super }} locmem-two{% endblock %}', 'three.html': ( '{% extends "three.html" %}{% block content %}{{ block.super }} locmem-three{% endblock %}' ), }), 'django.template.loaders.filesystem.Loader', ], ) template = engine.get_template('one.html') output = template.render(Context({})) self.assertEqual(output.strip(), 'three locmem-three two locmem-two one locmem-one') def test_extend_self_error(self): """ Catch if a template extends itself and no other matching templates are found. """ engine = Engine(dirs=[os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs')]) template = engine.get_template('self.html') with self.assertRaises(TemplateDoesNotExist): template.render(Context({})) def test_extend_cached(self): engine = Engine( dirs=[ os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs'), os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs2'), os.path.join(RECURSIVE, 'fs3'), ], loaders=[ ('django.template.loaders.cached.Loader', [ 'django.template.loaders.filesystem.Loader', ]), ], ) template = engine.get_template('recursive.html') output = template.render(Context({})) self.assertEqual(output.strip(), 'fs3/recursive fs2/recursive fs/recursive') cache = engine.template_loaders[0].get_template_cache self.assertEqual(len(cache), 3) expected_path = os.path.join('fs', 'recursive.html') self.assertTrue(cache['recursive.html'].origin.name.endswith(expected_path)) # Render another path that uses the same templates from the cache template = engine.get_template('other-recursive.html') output = template.render(Context({})) self.assertEqual(output.strip(), 'fs3/recursive fs2/recursive fs/recursive') # Template objects should not be duplicated. self.assertEqual(len(cache), 4) expected_path = os.path.join('fs', 'other-recursive.html') self.assertTrue(cache['other-recursive.html'].origin.name.endswith(expected_path)) def test_unique_history_per_loader(self): """ Extending should continue even if two loaders return the same name for a template. """ engine = Engine( loaders=[ ['django.template.loaders.locmem.Loader', { 'base.html': '{% extends "base.html" %}{% block content %}{{ block.super }} loader1{% endblock %}', }], ['django.template.loaders.locmem.Loader', { 'base.html': '{% block content %}loader2{% endblock %}', }], ] ) template = engine.get_template('base.html') output = template.render(Context({})) self.assertEqual(output.strip(), 'loader2 loader1') class NonRecursiveLoader(Loader): def __init__(self, engine, templates_dict): self.templates_dict = templates_dict super(NonRecursiveLoader, self).__init__(engine) def load_template_source(self, template_name, template_dirs=None): try: return self.templates_dict[template_name], template_name except KeyError: raise TemplateDoesNotExist(template_name) @ignore_warnings(category=RemovedInDjango20Warning) class NonRecursiveLoaderExtendsTests(SimpleTestCase): loaders = [ ('template_tests.test_extends.NonRecursiveLoader', { 'base.html': 'base', 'index.html': '{% extends "base.html" %}', 'recursive.html': '{% extends "recursive.html" %}', 'other-recursive.html': '{% extends "recursive.html" %}', 'a.html': '{% extends "b.html" %}', 'b.html': '{% extends "a.html" %}', }), ] def test_extend(self): engine = Engine(loaders=self.loaders) output = engine.render_to_string('index.html') self.assertEqual(output, 'base') def test_extend_cached(self): engine = Engine(loaders=[ ('django.template.loaders.cached.Loader', self.loaders), ]) output = engine.render_to_string('index.html') self.assertEqual(output, 'base') cache = engine.template_loaders[0].template_cache self.assertTrue('base.html' in cache) self.assertTrue('index.html' in cache) # Render a second time from cache output = engine.render_to_string('index.html') self.assertEqual(output, 'base') def test_extend_error(self): engine = Engine(loaders=self.loaders) msg = 'Cannot extend templates recursively when using non-recursive template loaders' with self.assertRaisesMessage(ExtendsError, msg): engine.render_to_string('recursive.html') with self.assertRaisesMessage(ExtendsError, msg): engine.render_to_string('other-recursive.html') with self.assertRaisesMessage(ExtendsError, msg): engine.render_to_string('a.html')
bsd-3-clause
SlimRemix/android_external_chromium_org
chrome/common/extensions/docs/server2/patcher.py
121
1026
# Copyright 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved. # Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be # found in the LICENSE file. class Patcher(object): def GetPatchedFiles(self, version=None): '''Returns patched files as(added_files, deleted_files, modified_files) from the patchset specified by |version|. ''' raise NotImplementedError(self.__class__) def GetVersion(self): '''Returns patch version. Returns None when nothing is patched by the patcher. ''' raise NotImplementedError(self.__class__) def Apply(self, paths, file_system, version=None): '''Apply the patch to added/modified files. Returns Future with patched data. Throws FileNotFoundError if |paths| contains deleted files. ''' raise NotImplementedError(self.__class__) def GetIdentity(self): '''Returns a string that identifies this patch. Typically it would be the codereview server's ID for this patch. ''' raise NotImplementedError(self.__class__)
bsd-3-clause
OCA/stock-logistics-barcode
stock_barcodes/wizard/stock_production_lot.py
1
1359
# Copyright 2019 Sergio Teruel <sergio.teruel@tecnativa.com> # License AGPL-3.0 or later (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl.html). from odoo import fields, models class WizStockBarcodesNewLot(models.TransientModel): _inherit = 'barcodes.barcode_events_mixin' _name = 'wiz.stock.barcodes.new.lot' _description = 'Wizard to create new lot from barcode scanner' product_id = fields.Many2one( comodel_name='product.product', required=True, ) lot_name = fields.Char( string='Lot name', required=True, ) def on_barcode_scanned(self, barcode): product = self.env['product.product'].search([ ('barcode', '=', barcode), ])[:1] if product and not self.product_id: self.product_id = product return self.lot_name = barcode def _prepare_lot_values(self): return { 'product_id': self.product_id.id, 'name': self.lot_name, } def confirm(self): lot = self.env['stock.production.lot'].create( self._prepare_lot_values()) # Assign lot created to wizard scanning barcode lot_id field wiz = self.env[self.env.context['active_model']].browse( self.env.context['active_id'] ) if wiz: wiz.lot_id = lot return lot
agpl-3.0
jalavik/invenio
invenio/modules/search/searchext/units/cataloguer.py
9
1556
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # # This file is part of Invenio. # Copyright (C) 2014, 2015 CERN. # # Invenio 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. # # Invenio 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 Invenio; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., # 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. """Cataloguer search unit.""" from intbitset import intbitset def search_unit(query, f, m, wl=None): """Return hitset of recIDs that were modified by the given cataloguer.""" from invenio.ext.sqlalchemy import db from invenio.modules.editor.models import HstRECORD if query: try: cataloguer_name, modification_date = query.split(";") except ValueError: cataloguer_name = query modification_date = "" where = [HstRECORD.job_person == cataloguer_name] if modification_date: where += HstRECORD.filter_time_interval(modification_date) return intbitset( db.session.query(HstRECORD.id_bibrec).filter(*where).all() ) else: return intbitset([])
gpl-2.0
RoboCupULaval/RULEngine
Game/Team.py
1
1310
# Under MIT License, see LICENSE.txt from RULEngine.Game.Player import Player from RULEngine.Util.constant import PLAYER_PER_TEAM from RULEngine.Util.team_color_service import TeamColor class Team(): def __init__(self, team_color, type="friend"): self.players = {} for player_id in range(PLAYER_PER_TEAM): self.players[player_id] = Player(self, player_id, True, type) self.team_color = team_color self.score = 0 def has_player(self, player): has_player = False for team_player in self.players.values(): if team_player is player: has_player = True return has_player def is_team_yellow(self): return self.team_color == TeamColor.YELLOW_TEAM def update_player(self, player_id, pose, delta=0): try: self.players[player_id].update(pose, delta) except KeyError as err: raise err def kalman_update(self, player_id, pose_list, delta=0): try: self.players[player_id].kalman_update(pose_list, delta) except KeyError as err: raise err def update_player_command(self, player_id, cmd): try: self.players[player_id].set_command(cmd) except KeyError as err: raise err
mit
Nitaco/ansible
lib/ansible/modules/storage/netapp/netapp_e_amg_role.py
22
7838
#!/usr/bin/python # (c) 2016, NetApp, Inc # GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see COPYING or https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt) from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function __metaclass__ = type ANSIBLE_METADATA = {'metadata_version': '1.1', 'status': ['preview'], 'supported_by': 'community'} DOCUMENTATION = """ --- module: netapp_e_amg_role short_description: Update the role of a storage array within an Asynchronous Mirror Group (AMG). description: - Update a storage array to become the primary or secondary instance in an asynchronous mirror group version_added: '2.2' author: Kevin Hulquest (@hulquest) options: api_username: required: true description: - The username to authenticate with the SANtricity WebServices Proxy or embedded REST API. api_password: required: true description: - The password to authenticate with the SANtricity WebServices Proxy or embedded REST API. api_url: required: true description: - The url to the SANtricity WebServices Proxy or embedded REST API. validate_certs: required: false default: true description: - Should https certificates be validated? ssid: description: - The ID of the primary storage array for the async mirror action required: yes role: description: - Whether the array should be the primary or secondary array for the AMG required: yes choices: ['primary', 'secondary'] noSync: description: - Whether to avoid synchronization prior to role reversal required: no default: no type: bool force: description: - Whether to force the role reversal regardless of the online-state of the primary required: no default: no """ EXAMPLES = """ - name: Update the role of a storage array netapp_e_amg_role: name: updating amg role role: primary ssid: "{{ ssid }}" api_url: "{{ netapp_api_url }}" api_username: "{{ netapp_api_username }}" api_password: "{{ netapp_api_password }}" validate_certs: "{{ netapp_api_validate_certs }}" """ RETURN = """ msg: description: Failure message returned: failure type: string sample: "No Async Mirror Group with the name." """ import json import traceback from ansible.module_utils.api import basic_auth_argument_spec from ansible.module_utils.basic import AnsibleModule from ansible.module_utils.six.moves.urllib.error import HTTPError from ansible.module_utils._text import to_native from ansible.module_utils.urls import open_url HEADERS = { "Content-Type": "application/json", "Accept": "application/json", } def request(url, data=None, headers=None, method='GET', use_proxy=True, force=False, last_mod_time=None, timeout=10, validate_certs=True, url_username=None, url_password=None, http_agent=None, force_basic_auth=True, ignore_errors=False): try: r = open_url(url=url, data=data, headers=headers, method=method, use_proxy=use_proxy, force=force, last_mod_time=last_mod_time, timeout=timeout, validate_certs=validate_certs, url_username=url_username, url_password=url_password, http_agent=http_agent, force_basic_auth=force_basic_auth) except HTTPError as e: r = e.fp try: raw_data = r.read() if raw_data: data = json.loads(raw_data) else: raw_data = None except: if ignore_errors: pass else: raise Exception(raw_data) resp_code = r.getcode() if resp_code >= 400 and not ignore_errors: raise Exception(resp_code, data) else: return resp_code, data def has_match(module, ssid, api_url, api_pwd, api_usr, body, name): amg_exists = False has_desired_role = False amg_id = None amg_data = None get_amgs = 'storage-systems/%s/async-mirrors' % ssid url = api_url + get_amgs try: amg_rc, amgs = request(url, url_username=api_usr, url_password=api_pwd, headers=HEADERS) except: module.fail_json(msg="Failed to find AMGs on storage array. Id [%s]" % (ssid)) for amg in amgs: if amg['label'] == name: amg_exists = True amg_id = amg['id'] amg_data = amg if amg['localRole'] == body.get('role'): has_desired_role = True return amg_exists, has_desired_role, amg_id, amg_data def update_amg(module, ssid, api_url, api_usr, api_pwd, body, amg_id): endpoint = 'storage-systems/%s/async-mirrors/%s/role' % (ssid, amg_id) url = api_url + endpoint post_data = json.dumps(body) try: request(url, data=post_data, method='POST', url_username=api_usr, url_password=api_pwd, headers=HEADERS) except Exception as e: module.fail_json( msg="Failed to change role of AMG. Id [%s]. AMG Id [%s]. Error [%s]" % (ssid, amg_id, to_native(e)), exception=traceback.format_exc()) status_endpoint = 'storage-systems/%s/async-mirrors/%s' % (ssid, amg_id) status_url = api_url + status_endpoint try: rc, status = request(status_url, method='GET', url_username=api_usr, url_password=api_pwd, headers=HEADERS) except Exception as e: module.fail_json( msg="Failed to check status of AMG after role reversal. " "Id [%s]. AMG Id [%s]. Error [%s]" % (ssid, amg_id, to_native(e)), exception=traceback.format_exc()) # Here we wait for the role reversal to complete if 'roleChangeProgress' in status: while status['roleChangeProgress'] != "none": try: rc, status = request(status_url, method='GET', url_username=api_usr, url_password=api_pwd, headers=HEADERS) except Exception as e: module.fail_json( msg="Failed to check status of AMG after role reversal. " "Id [%s]. AMG Id [%s]. Error [%s]" % (ssid, amg_id, to_native(e)), exception=traceback.format_exc()) return status def main(): argument_spec = basic_auth_argument_spec() argument_spec.update(dict( name=dict(required=True, type='str'), role=dict(required=True, choices=['primary', 'secondary']), noSync=dict(required=False, type='bool', default=False), force=dict(required=False, type='bool', default=False), ssid=dict(required=True, type='str'), api_url=dict(required=True), api_username=dict(required=False), api_password=dict(required=False, no_log=True), )) module = AnsibleModule(argument_spec=argument_spec) p = module.params ssid = p.pop('ssid') api_url = p.pop('api_url') user = p.pop('api_username') pwd = p.pop('api_password') name = p.pop('name') if not api_url.endswith('/'): api_url += '/' agm_exists, has_desired_role, async_id, amg_data = has_match(module, ssid, api_url, pwd, user, p, name) if not agm_exists: module.fail_json(msg="No Async Mirror Group with the name: '%s' was found" % name) elif has_desired_role: module.exit_json(changed=False, **amg_data) else: amg_data = update_amg(module, ssid, api_url, user, pwd, p, async_id) if amg_data: module.exit_json(changed=True, **amg_data) else: module.exit_json(changed=True, msg="AMG role changed.") if __name__ == '__main__': main()
gpl-3.0
weety/rt-thread
bsp/stm32/stm32f103-blue-pill/rtconfig.py
14
4024
import os # toolchains options ARCH='arm' CPU='cortex-m3' CROSS_TOOL='gcc' # bsp lib config BSP_LIBRARY_TYPE = None if os.getenv('RTT_CC'): CROSS_TOOL = os.getenv('RTT_CC') if os.getenv('RTT_ROOT'): RTT_ROOT = os.getenv('RTT_ROOT') # cross_tool provides the cross compiler # EXEC_PATH is the compiler execute path, for example, CodeSourcery, Keil MDK, IAR if CROSS_TOOL == 'gcc': PLATFORM = 'gcc' EXEC_PATH = r'C:\Users\XXYYZZ' elif CROSS_TOOL == 'keil': PLATFORM = 'armcc' EXEC_PATH = r'C:/Keil_v5' elif CROSS_TOOL == 'iar': PLATFORM = 'iar' EXEC_PATH = r'C:/Program Files (x86)/IAR Systems/Embedded Workbench 8.0' if os.getenv('RTT_EXEC_PATH'): EXEC_PATH = os.getenv('RTT_EXEC_PATH') BUILD = 'debug' if PLATFORM == 'gcc': # toolchains PREFIX = 'arm-none-eabi-' CC = PREFIX + 'gcc' AS = PREFIX + 'gcc' AR = PREFIX + 'ar' CXX = PREFIX + 'g++' LINK = PREFIX + 'gcc' TARGET_EXT = 'elf' SIZE = PREFIX + 'size' OBJDUMP = PREFIX + 'objdump' OBJCPY = PREFIX + 'objcopy' DEVICE = ' -mcpu=cortex-m3 -mthumb -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections' CFLAGS = DEVICE + ' -Dgcc' AFLAGS = ' -c' + DEVICE + ' -x assembler-with-cpp -Wa,-mimplicit-it=thumb ' LFLAGS = DEVICE + ' -Wl,--gc-sections,-Map=rt-thread.map,-cref,-u,Reset_Handler -T board/linker_scripts/link.lds' CPATH = '' LPATH = '' if BUILD == 'debug': CFLAGS += ' -O0 -gdwarf-2 -g' AFLAGS += ' -gdwarf-2' else: CFLAGS += ' -O2' CXXFLAGS = CFLAGS POST_ACTION = OBJCPY + ' -O binary $TARGET rtthread.bin\n' + SIZE + ' $TARGET \n' elif PLATFORM == 'armcc': # toolchains CC = 'armcc' CXX = 'armcc' AS = 'armasm' AR = 'armar' LINK = 'armlink' TARGET_EXT = 'axf' DEVICE = ' --cpu Cortex-M3 ' CFLAGS = '-c ' + DEVICE + ' --apcs=interwork --c99' AFLAGS = DEVICE + ' --apcs=interwork ' LFLAGS = DEVICE + ' --scatter "board\linker_scripts\link.sct" --info sizes --info totals --info unused --info veneers --list rt-thread.map --strict' CFLAGS += ' -I' + EXEC_PATH + '/ARM/ARMCC/include' LFLAGS += ' --libpath=' + EXEC_PATH + '/ARM/ARMCC/lib' CFLAGS += ' -D__MICROLIB ' AFLAGS += ' --pd "__MICROLIB SETA 1" ' LFLAGS += ' --library_type=microlib ' EXEC_PATH += '/ARM/ARMCC/bin/' if BUILD == 'debug': CFLAGS += ' -g -O0' AFLAGS += ' -g' else: CFLAGS += ' -O2' CXXFLAGS = CFLAGS CFLAGS += ' -std=c99' POST_ACTION = 'fromelf --bin $TARGET --output rtthread.bin \nfromelf -z $TARGET' elif PLATFORM == 'iar': # toolchains CC = 'iccarm' CXX = 'iccarm' AS = 'iasmarm' AR = 'iarchive' LINK = 'ilinkarm' TARGET_EXT = 'out' DEVICE = '-Dewarm' CFLAGS = DEVICE CFLAGS += ' --diag_suppress Pa050' CFLAGS += ' --no_cse' CFLAGS += ' --no_unroll' CFLAGS += ' --no_inline' CFLAGS += ' --no_code_motion' CFLAGS += ' --no_tbaa' CFLAGS += ' --no_clustering' CFLAGS += ' --no_scheduling' CFLAGS += ' --endian=little' CFLAGS += ' --cpu=Cortex-M3' CFLAGS += ' -e' CFLAGS += ' --fpu=None' CFLAGS += ' --dlib_config "' + EXEC_PATH + '/arm/INC/c/DLib_Config_Normal.h"' CFLAGS += ' --silent' AFLAGS = DEVICE AFLAGS += ' -s+' AFLAGS += ' -w+' AFLAGS += ' -r' AFLAGS += ' --cpu Cortex-M3' AFLAGS += ' --fpu None' AFLAGS += ' -S' if BUILD == 'debug': CFLAGS += ' --debug' CFLAGS += ' -On' else: CFLAGS += ' -Oh' LFLAGS = ' --config "board/linker_scripts/link.icf"' LFLAGS += ' --entry __iar_program_start' CXXFLAGS = CFLAGS EXEC_PATH = EXEC_PATH + '/arm/bin/' POST_ACTION = 'ielftool --bin $TARGET rtthread.bin' def dist_handle(BSP_ROOT, dist_dir): import sys cwd_path = os.getcwd() sys.path.append(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(BSP_ROOT), 'tools')) from sdk_dist import dist_do_building dist_do_building(BSP_ROOT, dist_dir)
apache-2.0
dajohnso/cfme_tests
widgetastic_manageiq/__init__.py
1
87294
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import atexit import json import os import re import six from collections import namedtuple from datetime import date from math import ceil from tempfile import NamedTemporaryFile from wait_for import wait_for from cached_property import cached_property from jsmin import jsmin from lxml.html import document_fromstring from selenium.common.exceptions import WebDriverException from widgetastic.exceptions import NoSuchElementException from widgetastic.log import logged from widgetastic.utils import ParametrizedLocator, Parameter, ParametrizedString, attributize_string from widgetastic.utils import VersionPick, Version from widgetastic.widget import ( Table as VanillaTable, TableColumn as VanillaTableColumn, TableRow as VanillaTableRow, Widget, View, Select, TextInput, Text, Checkbox, Image, ParametrizedView, FileInput as BaseFileInput, ClickableMixin, ConditionalSwitchableView, do_not_read_this_widget) from widgetastic.xpath import quote from widgetastic_patternfly import ( Accordion as PFAccordion, CandidateNotFound, BootstrapSwitch, BootstrapTreeview, Button, Input, BootstrapSelect, CheckableBootstrapTreeview, FlashMessages) from cfme.exceptions import ItemNotFound, ManyEntitiesFound class DynamicTableAddError(Exception): """Raised when an attempt to add or save a row to a `widgetastic_manageiq.DynamicTable` fails""" pass class DynaTree(Widget): """ A class directed at CFME Tree elements """ XPATH = """\ function xpath(root, xpath) { if(root == null) root = document; var nt = XPathResult.ANY_UNORDERED_NODE_TYPE; return document.evaluate(xpath, root, null, nt, null).singleNodeValue; } """ # This function retrieves the root of the tree. Can wait for the tree to get initialized TREE_GET_ROOT = """\ function get_root(loc) { var start_time = new Date(); var root = null; while(root === null && ((new Date()) - start_time) < 10000) { try { root = $(loc).dynatree("getRoot"); } catch(err) { // Nothing ... } } return root; } """ # This function is used to DRY the decision on which text to match GET_LEVEL_NAME = XPATH + """\ function get_level_name(level, by_id) { if(by_id){ return level.li.getAttribute("id"); } else { var e = xpath(level.li, "./span/a"); if(e === null) return null; else return e.textContent; } } """ # needs xpath to work, provided by dependencies of the other functions EXPANDABLE = """\ function expandable(el) { return xpath(el.li, "./span/span[contains(@class, 'dynatree-expander')]") !== null; } """ # This function reads whole tree. If it faces an ajax load, it returns false. # If it does not return false, the result is complete. READ_TREE = jsmin(TREE_GET_ROOT + GET_LEVEL_NAME + EXPANDABLE + """\ function read_tree(root, read_id, _root_tree) { if(read_id === undefined) read_id = false; if(_root_tree === undefined) _root_tree = true; if(_root_tree) { root = get_root(root); if(root === null) return null; if(expandable(root) && (!root.bExpanded)) { root.expand(); if(root.childList === null && root.data.isLazy){ return false; } } var result = new Array(); var need_wait = false; var children = (root.childList === null) ? [] : root.childList; for(var i = 0; i < children.length; i++) { var child = children[i]; var sub = read_tree(child, read_id, false); if(sub === false) need_wait = true; else result.push(sub); } if(need_wait) return false; else if(children.length == 0) return null; else return result; } else { if(expandable(root) && (!root.bExpanded)) { root.expand(); if(root.childList === null && root.data.isLazy){ return false; } } var name = get_level_name(root, read_id); var result = new Array(); var need_wait = false; var children = (root.childList === null) ? [] : root.childList; for(var i = 0; i < children.length; i++) { var child = children[i]; var sub = read_tree(child, read_id, false); if(sub === false) need_wait = true; else result.push(sub); } if(need_wait) return false; else if(children.length == 0) return name; else return [name, result] } } """) def __init__(self, parent, tree_id=None, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self._tree_id = tree_id @property def tree_id(self): if self._tree_id is not None: return self._tree_id else: try: return self.parent.tree_id except AttributeError: raise NameError( 'You have to specify tree_id to BootstrapTreeview if the parent object does ' 'not implement .tree_id!') def __locator__(self): return '#{}'.format(self.tree_id) def read(self): return self.currently_selected def fill(self, value): if self.currently_selected == value: return False self.click_path(*value) return True @property def currently_selected(self): items = self.browser.elements( './/li[.//span[contains(@class, "dynatree-active")]]/span/a', parent=self, check_visibility=True) return map(self.browser.text, items) def root_el(self): return self.browser.element(self) def _get_tag(self): if getattr(self, 'tag', None) is None: self.tag = self.browser.tag(self) return self.tag def read_contents(self, by_id=False): result = False while result is False: self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() result = self.browser.execute_script( "{} return read_tree(arguments[0], arguments[1]);".format(self.READ_TREE), self.__locator__(), by_id) return result @staticmethod def _construct_xpath(path, by_id=False): items = [] for item in path: if by_id: items.append('ul/li[@id={}]'.format(quote(item))) else: items.append('ul/li[./span/a[normalize-space(.)={}]]'.format(quote(item))) return './' + '/'.join(items) def _item_expanded(self, id): span = self.browser.element('.//li[@id={}]/span'.format(quote(id)), parent=self) return 'dynatree-expanded' in self.browser.get_attribute('class', span) def _item_expandable(self, id): return bool( self.browser.elements( './/li[@id={}]/span/span[contains(@class, "dynatree-expander")]'.format(quote(id)), parent=self)) def _click_expander(self, id): expander = self.browser.element( './/li[@id={}]/span/span[contains(@class, "dynatree-expander")]'.format(quote(id)), parent=self) return self.browser.click(expander) def expand_id(self, id): self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() if not self._item_expanded(id) and self._item_expandable(id): self.logger.debug('expanding node %r', id) self._click_expander(id) wait_for(lambda: self._item_expanded(id), num_sec=15, delay=0.5) def child_items(self, id, ids=False): self.expand_id(id) items = self.browser.elements('.//li[@id={}]/ul/li'.format(quote(id)), parent=self) result = [] for item in items: if ids: result.append(self.browser.get_attribute('id', item)) else: text_item = self.browser.element('./span/a', parent=item) result.append(self.browser.text(text_item)) return result def expand_path(self, *path, **kwargs): """ Exposes a path. Args: *path: The path as multiple positional string arguments denoting the course to take. Keywords: by_id: Whether to match ids instead of text. Returns: The leaf web element. """ by_id = kwargs.pop("by_id", False) current_path = [] last_id = None node = None for item in path: if last_id is None: last_id = self.browser.get_attribute( 'id', self.browser.element('./ul/li', parent=self)) self.expand_id(last_id) if isinstance(item, re._pattern_type): self.logger.debug('Looking for regexp %r in path %r', item.pattern, current_path) for child_item in self.child_items(last_id, ids=by_id): if item.match(child_item) is not None: # found item = child_item break else: raise CandidateNotFound( {'message': "r{!r}: could not be found in the tree.".format(item.pattern), 'path': current_path, 'cause': None}) current_path.append(item) xpath = self._construct_xpath(current_path, by_id=by_id) try: node = self.browser.element(xpath, parent=self) except NoSuchElementException: raise CandidateNotFound( {'message': "{}: could not be found in the tree.".format(item), 'path': current_path, 'cause': None}) last_id = self.browser.get_attribute('id', node) if node is not None: self.expand_id(last_id) return self.browser.element('./span', parent=node) def click_path(self, *path, **kwargs): """ Exposes a path and then clicks it. Args: *path: The path as multiple positional string arguments denoting the course to take. Keywords: by_id: Whether to match ids instead of text. Returns: The leaf web element. """ leaf = self.expand_path(*path, **kwargs) title = self.browser.element('./a', parent=leaf) self.logger.info("Path %r yielded menuitem %r", path, self.browser.text(title)) if title is not None: self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() self.browser.click(title) checkbox_locator = './span[contains(@class, "dynatree-checkbox")]' if self.browser.is_displayed(checkbox_locator, parent=leaf): checkbox = self.browser.element(checkbox_locator, parent=leaf) self.browser.click(checkbox) return leaf class CheckableDynaTree(DynaTree): """ Checkable variation of CFME Tree. This widget not only expands a tree for a provided path, but also checks a checkbox. """ IS_CHECKABLE = './span[contains(@class, "dynatree-checkbox")]' IS_CHECKED = './../span[contains(@class, "dynatree-selected")]' def is_checkable(self, item): return bool(self.browser.elements(self.IS_CHECKABLE, parent=item)) def is_checked(self, item): return bool(self.browser.elements(self.IS_CHECKED, parent=item)) def check_uncheck_node(self, check, *path, **kwargs): leaf = self.expand_path(*path, **kwargs) if not self.is_checkable(leaf): raise TypeError('Item is not checkable') checked = self.is_checked(leaf) if checked != check: self.logger.info('%s %r', 'Checking' if check else 'Unchecking', path[-1]) self.browser.click(self.IS_CHECKABLE, parent=leaf) def check_node(self, *path, **kwargs): """Expands the passed path and checks a checkbox that is located at the node.""" return self.check_uncheck_node(True, *path, **kwargs) def uncheck_node(self, *path, **kwargs): """Expands the passed path and unchecks a checkbox that is located at the node.""" return self.check_uncheck_node(False, *path, **kwargs) def node_checked(self, *path, **kwargs): """Check if a checkbox is checked on the node in that path.""" leaf = self.expand_path(*path, **kwargs) if not self.is_checkable(leaf): return False return self.is_checked(leaf) def fill(self, path): if self.node_checked(*path): return False else: self.check_node(*path) return True def read(self): do_not_read_this_widget() def CheckableManageIQTree(tree_id=None): # noqa return VersionPick({ Version.lowest(): CheckableDynaTree(tree_id), '5.7.0.1': CheckableBootstrapTreeview(tree_id), }) def ManageIQTree(tree_id=None): # noqa return VersionPick({ Version.lowest(): DynaTree(tree_id), '5.7.0.1': BootstrapTreeview(tree_id), }) class SummaryFormItem(Widget): """The UI item that shows the values for objects that are NOT VMs, Providers and such ones.""" LOCATOR = ( './/h3[normalize-space(.)={}]/following-sibling::div/div' '//label[normalize-space(.)={}]/following-sibling::div') def __init__(self, parent, group_title, item_name, text_filter=None, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.group_title = group_title self.item_name = item_name if text_filter is not None and not callable(text_filter): raise TypeError('text_filter= must be a callable') self.text_filter = text_filter def __locator__(self): return self.LOCATOR.format(quote(self.group_title), quote(self.item_name)) @property def text(self): if not self.is_displayed: return None ui_text = self.browser.text(self) if self.text_filter is not None: # Process it ui_text = self.text_filter(ui_text) return ui_text def read(self): text = self.text if text is None: do_not_read_this_widget() return text class MultiBoxSelect(View): """This view combines two `<select>` elements and buttons for moving items between them. This view can be found in policy profile, alert profiles adding screens; assigning actions to an event, assigning conditions to a policy screens and so on. TODO When CFME 5.7.1 will become deprecated `_move_into_image_button` and `_move_from_image_button` can be removed. Attributes: AVAILABLE_ITEMS_ID (str): default value of `<select>` id for available items CHOSEN_ITEMS_ID (str): default value of `<select>` id for chosen items MOVE_FROM (str): default value of `data-submit` attribute for 'move_from' button MOVE_INTO (str): default value of `data-submit` attribute for 'move_into' button Args: available_items (str): provided value of `<select>` id for available items chosen_items (str): provided value of `<select>` id for available items move_into (str): provided value of `data-submit` attribute for 'move_into' button move_from (str): provided value of `data-submit` attribute for 'move_from' button """ AVAILABLE_ITEMS_ID = "choices_chosen" CHOSEN_ITEMS_ID = "members_chosen" MOVE_INTO = "choices_chosen_div" MOVE_FROM = "members_chosen_div" available_options = Select(id=Parameter("@available_items")) chosen_options = Select(id=Parameter("@chosen_items")) _move_into_image_button = Image(ParametrizedLocator( ".//a[@data-submit={@move_into|quote}]/img")) _move_from_image_button = Image(ParametrizedLocator( ".//a[@data-submit={@move_from|quote}]/img")) _move_into_native_button = Button(**{"data-submit": Parameter("@move_into")}) _move_from_native_button = Button(**{"data-submit": Parameter("@move_from")}) def __init__(self, parent, move_into=None, move_from=None, available_items=None, chosen_items=None, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.available_items = available_items or self.AVAILABLE_ITEMS_ID self.chosen_items = chosen_items or self.CHOSEN_ITEMS_ID self.move_into = move_into or self.MOVE_INTO self.move_from = move_from or self.MOVE_FROM @cached_property def move_into_button(self): if self._move_into_image_button.is_displayed: return self._move_into_image_button else: return self._move_into_native_button @cached_property def move_from_button(self): if self._move_from_image_button.is_displayed: return self._move_from_image_button else: return self._move_from_native_button def _values_to_remove(self, values): return list(set(self.all_options) - set(values)) def _values_to_add(self, values): return list(set(values) - set(self.all_options)) def fill(self, values): if set(values) == self.all_options: return False else: values_to_remove = self._values_to_remove(values) values_to_add = self._values_to_add(values) if values_to_remove: self.chosen_options.fill(values_to_remove) self.move_from_button.click() self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() if values_to_add: self.available_options.fill(values_to_add) self.move_into_button.click() self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() return True @property def all_options(self): return [option.text for option in self.chosen_options.all_options] def read(self): return self.all_options class CheckboxSelect(Widget): ROOT = ParametrizedLocator(".//div[@id={@search_root|quote}]") def __init__(self, parent, search_root, text_access_func=None, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.search_root = search_root self._access_func = text_access_func @property def checkboxes(self): """All checkboxes.""" return {Checkbox(self, id=el.get_attribute("id")) for el in self.browser.elements( ".//input[@type='checkbox']", parent=self)} @property def selected_checkboxes(self): """Only selected checkboxes.""" return {cb for cb in self.checkboxes if cb.selected} @cached_property def selected_text(self): """Only selected checkboxes' text descriptions.""" return {self.browser.element("./..", parent=cb).text for cb in self.selected_checkboxes} @property def selected_values(self): """Only selected checkboxes' values.""" return {cb.get_attribute("value") for cb in self.selected_checkboxes} @property def unselected_checkboxes(self): """Only unselected checkboxes.""" return {cb for cb in self.checkboxes if not cb.selected} @property def unselected_values(self): """Only unselected checkboxes' values.""" return {cb.get_attribute("value") for cb in self.unselected_checkboxes} def checkbox_by_id(self, id): """Find checkbox's WebElement by id.""" return Checkbox(self, id=id) def _values_to_remove(self, values): return list(self.selected_text - set(values)) def _values_to_add(self, values): return list(set(values) - self.selected_text) def select_all(self): """Selects all checkboxes.""" for cb in self.unselected_checkboxes: cb.fill(True) def unselect_all(self): """Unselects all checkboxes.""" for cb in self.selected_checkboxes: cb.fill(False) def checkbox_by_text(self, text): """Returns checkbox's WebElement searched by its text.""" if self._access_func is not None: for cb in self.checkboxes: txt = self._access_func(cb) if txt == text: return cb else: raise NameError("Checkbox with text {} not found!".format(text)) else: # Has to be only single return Checkbox( self, locator=".//*[normalize-space(.)={}]/input[@type='checkbox']".format(quote(text)) ) def fill(self, values): if set(values) == self.selected_text: return False else: for value in self._values_to_remove(values): checkbox = self.checkbox_by_text(value) checkbox.fill(False) for value in self._values_to_add(values): checkbox = self.checkbox_by_text(value) checkbox.fill(True) return True def read(self): """Only selected checkboxes.""" return [cb for cb in self.checkboxes if cb.selected] class BootstrapSwitchSelect(CheckboxSelect): """BootstrapSwitchSelect view. This view is very similar to parent CheckboxSelect view. BootstrapSwitches used instead of usual Checkboxes. It can be found in the same policy's events assignment screen since CFME 5.8.1. """ BS_TEXT = '/../../following-sibling::text()[1]' def _get_bs_description(self, bs): """Returns text description of the BootstrapSwitch widget. We have to use such hack with the script execution, because Selenium cannot return text of a text node itself. Returns: str """ return bs._label or self.browser.execute_script( "{script} return xpath(null, {arg}).textContent;".format( script=DynaTree.XPATH, arg=quote(bs.ROOT.locator + self.BS_TEXT) )).strip() @property def checkboxes(self): """All bootstrap switches.""" return {BootstrapSwitch(self, id=el.get_attribute("id")) for el in self.browser.elements( ".//input[@type='checkbox']", parent=self)} def checkbox_by_id(self, id): """Finds bootstrap switch by id.""" return BootstrapSwitch(self, id=id) @property def selected_text(self): """Only selected bootstrap switches' text descriptions.""" return {self._get_bs_description(bs) for bs in self.selected_checkboxes} def checkbox_by_text(self, text): """Returns bootstrap switch searched by its text.""" if self._access_func is not None: for cb in self.checkboxes: txt = self._access_func(cb) if txt == text: return cb else: raise NameError("Bootstrap switch with text {} not found!".format(text)) else: # Has to be only single return BootstrapSwitch(self, label=text) # ManageIQ table objects definition class TableColumn(VanillaTableColumn): @property def checkbox(self): try: return self.browser.element('./input[@type="checkbox"]', parent=self) except NoSuchElementException: return None @property def checked(self): checkbox = self.checkbox if checkbox is None: return None return self.browser.is_selected(checkbox) def check(self): if not self.checked: self.browser.click(self.checkbox) def uncheck(self): if self.checked: self.browser.click(self.checkbox) class TableRow(VanillaTableRow): Column = TableColumn class Table(VanillaTable): CHECKBOX_ALL = '|'.join([ './thead/tr/th[1]/input[contains(@class, "checkall")]', './tr/th[1]/input[contains(@class, "checkall")]', './/input[@id="masterToggle"]', './/th[1]/input[@id="check-all"]' ]) SORTED_BY_LOC = ( './thead/tr/th[contains(@class, "sorting_asc") or contains(@class, "sorting_desc")]') SORT_LINK = './thead/tr/th[{}]/a' Row = TableRow @property def checkbox_all(self): try: return self.browser.element(self.CHECKBOX_ALL, parent=self) except NoSuchElementException: return None @property def all_checked(self): checkbox = self.checkbox_all if checkbox is None: return None return self.browser.is_selected(checkbox) def check_all(self): if not self.all_checked: self.browser.click(self.checkbox_all) def uncheck_all(self): self.check_all() self.browser.click(self.checkbox_all) @property def sorted_by(self): """Returns the name of column that the table is sorted by. Attributized!""" return attributize_string(self.browser.text(self.SORTED_BY_LOC, parent=self)) @property def sort_order(self): """Returns the sorting order of the table for current column. Returns: ``asc`` or ``desc`` """ klass = self.browser.get_attribute('class', self.SORTED_BY_LOC, parent=self) return re.search(r'sorting_(asc|desc)', klass).groups()[0] def click_sort(self, column): """Clicks the sorting link in the given column. The column gets attributized.""" self.logger.info('click_sort(%r)', column) column = attributize_string(column) column_position = self.header_index_mapping[self.attributized_headers[column]] self.browser.click(self.SORT_LINK.format(column_position + 1), parent=self) def sort_by(self, column, order='asc'): """Sort table by column and in given direction. Args: column: Name of the column, can be normal or attributized. order: Sorting order. ``asc`` or ``desc``. """ self.logger.info('sort_by(%r, %r)', column, order) column = attributize_string(column) # Sort column if self.sorted_by != column: self.click_sort(column) else: self.logger.debug('sort_by(%r, %r): column already selected', column, order) # Sort order if self.sort_order != order: self.logger.info('sort_by(%r, %r): changing the sort order', column, order) self.click_sort(column) self.logger.debug('sort_by(%r, %r): order already selected', column, order) class SummaryTable(VanillaTable): """Table used in Provider, VM, Host, ... summaries. Todo: * Make it work properly with rowspan (that is for the My Company Tags). Args: title: Title of the table (eg. ``Properties``) """ BASELOC = './/table[./thead/tr/th[contains(@align, "left") and normalize-space(.)={}]]' Image = namedtuple('Image', ['alt', 'title', 'src']) def __init__(self, parent, title, *args, **kwargs): VanillaTable.__init__(self, parent, self.BASELOC.format(quote(title)), *args, **kwargs) @property def fields(self): """Returns a list of the field names in the table (the left column).""" return [row[0].text for row in self] def get_field(self, field_name): """Returns the table row of the field with this name. Args: field_name: Name of the field (left column) Returns: An instance of :py:class:`VanillaRow` """ try: return self.row((0, field_name)) except IndexError: raise NameError('Could not find field with name {!r}'.format(field_name)) def get_text_of(self, field_name): """Returns the text of the field with this name. Args: field_name: Name of the field (left column) Returns: :py:class:`str` """ return self.get_field(field_name)[1].text def get_img_of(self, field_name): """Returns the information about the image in the field with this name. Args: field_name: Name of the field (left column) Returns: A 3-tuple: ``alt``, ``title``, ``src``. """ try: img_el = self.browser.element('./img', parent=self.get_field(field_name)[1]) except NoSuchElementException: return None return self.Image( self.browser.get_attribute('alt', img_el), self.browser.get_attribute('title', img_el), self.browser.get_attribute('src', img_el)) def click_at(self, field_name): """Clicks the field with this name. Args: field_name: Name of the field (left column) """ return self.get_field(field_name)[1].click() def read(self): return {field: self.get_text_of(field) for field in self.fields} class Accordion(PFAccordion): @property def is_dimmed(self): return bool( self.browser.elements('.//div[contains(@id, "tree") and contains(@class, "dimmed")]')) class Calendar(TextInput): """A CFME calendar form field Calendar fields are readonly, and managed by the dxhtmlCalendar widget. A Calendar field will accept any object that can be coerced into a string, but the value may not match the format expected by dhtmlxCalendar or CFME. For best results, either a ``datetime.date`` or ``datetime.datetime`` object should be used to create a valid date field. Args: name: "name" property of the readonly calendar field. """ # Expects: arguments[0] = element, arguments[1] = value to set set_angularjs_value_script = """\ (function(elem, value){ var angular_elem = angular.element(elem); var $parse = angular_elem.injector().get('$parse'); var getter = $parse(elem.getAttribute('ng-model')); var setter = getter.assign; angular_elem.scope().$apply(function($scope) { setter($scope, value); }); }(arguments[0], arguments[1])); """ def fill(self, value): # input = self.browser.element(self.name) if isinstance(value, date): date_str = value.strftime('%m/%d/%Y') else: date_str = str(value) self.move_to() # need to write to a readonly field: resort to evil if self.browser.get_attribute("ng-model", self) is not None: self.browser.execute_script(self.set_angularjs_value_script, self.browser.element(self), date_str) else: self.browser.set_attribute("value", date_str, self) # Now when we set the value, we need to simulate a change event. if self.browser.get_attribute("data-date-autoclose", self): # New one script = "$(arguments[0]).trigger('changeDate');" else: # Old one script = "$(arguments[0]).change();" try: self.browser.execute_script(script, self.browser.element(self)) except WebDriverException as e: self.logger.warning( "An exception was raised during handling of the Cal #{}'s change event:\n{}" .format(self.name, str(e))) self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() return True class SNMPHostsField(View): _input = Input("host") def __init__(self, parent, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) def fill(self, values): fields = self.host_fields if isinstance(values, six.string_types): values = [values] if len(values) > len(fields): raise ValueError("You cannot specify more hosts than the form allows!") return any(fields[i].fill(value) for i, value in enumerate(values)) @property def host_fields(self): """Returns list of locators to all host fields""" if self._input.is_displayed: return [self._input] else: return [Input(self, "host_{}".format(i)) for i in range(1, 4)] class SNMPTrapsField(Widget): def __init__(self, parent, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) def fill_oid_field(self, i, oid): oid_field = Input(self, "oid__{}".format(i)) return oid_field.fill(oid) def fill_type_field(self, i, type_): type_field = BootstrapSelect(self, "var_type__{}".format(i)) return type_field.fill(type_) def fill_value_field(self, i, value): value_field = Input(self, "value__{}".format(i)) return value_field.fill(value) def fill(self, traps): result = [] for i, trap in enumerate(traps, 1): assert 2 <= len(trap) <= 3, "The tuple must be at least 2 items and max 3 items!" if len(trap) == 2: trap += (None,) oid, type_, value = trap result.append(any(( self.fill_oid_field(i, oid), self.fill_type_field(i, type_), self.fill_value_field(i, value) ))) return any(result) def read(self): do_not_read_this_widget() class SNMPForm(View): hosts = SNMPHostsField() version = BootstrapSelect("snmp_version") id = Input("trap_id") traps = SNMPTrapsField() class ScriptBox(Widget): """Represents a script box as is present on the customization templates pages. This box has to be activated before keys can be sent. Since this can't be done until the box element is visible, and some dropdowns change the element, it must be activated "inline". Args: """ def __init__(self, parent, locator=None, item_name=None, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.locator = locator self.item_name = item_name def __locator__(self): if not self.locator: self.locator = "//textarea[contains(@id, 'method_data')]" return self.locator @property def name(self): if not self.item_name: self.item_name = 'ManageIQ.editor' return self.item_name @property def script(self): return self.browser.execute_script('{}.getValue();'.format(self.name)) def fill(self, value): if self.script == value: return False self.browser.execute_script('{}.setValue(arguments[0]);'.format(self.name), value) self.browser.execute_script('{}.save();'.format(self.name)) return True def read(self): return self.script def get_value(self): script = self.browser.execute_script('return {}.getValue();'.format(self.name)) script = script.replace('\\"', '"').replace("\\n", "\n") return script def workaround_save_issue(self): # We need to fire off the handlers manually in some cases ... self.browser.execute_script( "{}._handlers.change.map(function(handler) {{ handler() }});".format(self.item_name)) class Paginator(Widget): """ Represents Paginator control that includes First/Last/Next/Prev buttons and a control displaying amount of items on current page vs overall amount. It is mainly used in Paginator Pane. """ PAGINATOR_CTL = './/ul[@class="pagination"]' CUR_PAGE_CTL = './li/span/input[@name="limitstart"]/..' PAGE_BUTTON_CTL = './li[contains(@class, {})]/span' def __locator__(self): return self._paginator @property def _paginator(self): return self.browser.element(self.PAGINATOR_CTL, parent=self.parent_view) def _is_enabled(self, element): return 'disabled' not in self.browser.classes(element.find_element_by_xpath('..')) def _click_button(self, cmd): cur_page_btn = self.browser.element(self.PAGE_BUTTON_CTL.format(quote(cmd)), parent=self._paginator) if self._is_enabled(cur_page_btn): self.browser.click(cur_page_btn) else: raise NoSuchElementException('such button {} is absent/grayed out'.format(cmd)) def next_page(self): self._click_button('next') def prev_page(self): self._click_button('prev') def last_page(self): self._click_button('last') def first_page(self): self._click_button('first') def page_info(self): cur_page = self.browser.element(self.CUR_PAGE_CTL, parent=self._paginator) text = cur_page.text return re.search('(\d+)?-?(\d+)\s+of\s+(\d+)', text).groups() class ReportDataControllerMixin(object): """ This is helper mixin for several widgets which use Miq JS API """ def _invoke_cmd(self, cmd, data=None): raw_data = {'controller': 'reportDataController', 'action': cmd} if data: raw_data['data'] = [data] json_data = json.dumps(raw_data) js_cmd = 'sendDataWithRx({data}); return ManageIQ.qe.gtl.result'.format(data=json_data) self.logger.info("executed command: {cmd}".format(cmd=js_cmd)) # command result is always stored in this global variable return self.browser.execute_script(js_cmd) def _call_item_method(self, method): raw_data = {'controller': 'reportDataController', 'action': 'get_item', 'data': [self.name]} js_data = json.dumps(raw_data) js_cmd = ('sendDataWithRx({data}); ' 'return ManageIQ.qe.gtl.result.{method}()').format(data=js_data, method=method) self.logger.info("executed command: {cmd}".format(cmd=js_cmd)) return self.browser.execute_script(js_cmd) class JSPaginationPane(View, ReportDataControllerMixin): """ Represents Paginator Pane with js api provided by ManageIQ. The intention of this view is to use it as nested view on f.e. Infrastructure Providers page. """ @property def is_displayed(self): # upstream sometimes shows old pagination page and sometime new one paginator = ("return $('#paging_div').length !== 0 || " "document.getElementsByTagName('miq-pagination').length != 0") return self.browser.execute_script(paginator) @property def exists(self): return self.is_displayed def check_all(self): self._invoke_cmd('select_all', True) def uncheck_all(self): self._invoke_cmd('select_all', False) def sort(self, sort_by, ascending=True): # in order to change both sorting and direction, command has to be called twice data = {'columnName': sort_by, 'isAscending': ascending} self._invoke_cmd('set_sorting', data) @property def sorted_by(self): return self._invoke_cmd('get_sorting') @property def items_per_page(self): return self._invoke_cmd('get_items_per_page') def set_items_per_page(self, value): self._invoke_cmd('set_items_per_page', value) @property def cur_page(self): return self._invoke_cmd('get_current_page') @property def pages_amount(self): return self._invoke_cmd('get_pages_amount') def next_page(self): self._invoke_cmd('next_page') def prev_page(self): self._invoke_cmd('previous_page') def first_page(self): self._invoke_cmd('first_page') def last_page(self): self._invoke_cmd('last_page') def go_to_page(self, value): self._invoke_cmd('go_to_page', value) @property def items_amount(self): return len(self._invoke_cmd('get_all_items')) def pages(self): """Generator to iterate over pages, yielding after moving to the next page""" if self.exists: # start iterating at the first page if self.cur_page != 1: self.logger.debug('Resetting paginator to first page') self.first_page() # Adding 1 to pages_amount to include the last page in loop for page in range(1, self.pages_amount + 1): yield self.cur_page if self.cur_page == self.pages_amount: # last or only page, stop looping break else: self.logger.debug('Paginator advancing to next page') self.next_page() else: return def find_row_on_pages(self, table, *args, **kwargs): """Find first row matching filters provided by kwargs on the given table widget Args: table: Table widget object args: Filters to be passed to table.row() kwargs: Filters to be passed to table.row() """ self.first_page() for _ in self.pages(): try: row = table.row(*args, **kwargs) except IndexError: continue if not row: continue else: return row else: raise NoSuchElementException('Row matching filter {} not found on table {}' .format(kwargs, table)) class NonJSPaginationPane(View): """ Represents Paginator Pane with the following controls. The intention of this view is to use it as nested view on f.e. Infrastructure Providers page. """ ROOT = '//div[@id="paging_div"]' check_all_items = Checkbox(id='masterToggle') sort_by = BootstrapSelect(id='sort_choice') items_on_page = BootstrapSelect(id='ppsetting') paginator = Paginator() @property def is_displayed(self): # there are cases when paging_div is shown but it is empty return self.check_all_items.is_displayed @property def exists(self): return self.is_displayed def check_all(self): self.check_all_items.fill(True) def uncheck_all(self): self.check_all() self.check_all_items.fill(False) def sort(self, value): self.sort_by.select_by_visible_text(value) @property def sorted_by(self): raise NotImplementedError('to implement it when needed') @property def items_per_page(self): selected = self.items_on_page.selected_option return int(re.sub(r'\s+items', '', selected)) def set_items_per_page(self, value): self.items_on_page.select_by_visible_text(str(value)) def _parse_pages(self): min_item, max_item, item_amt = self.paginator.page_info() item_amt = int(item_amt) max_item = int(max_item) items_per_page = self.items_per_page # obtaining amount of existing pages, there is 1 page by default if item_amt == 0: page_amt = 1 else: # round up after dividing total item count by per-page page_amt = int(ceil(float(item_amt) / float(items_per_page))) # calculating current_page_number if max_item <= items_per_page: cur_page = 1 else: # round up after dividing highest displayed item number by per-page cur_page = int(ceil(float(max_item) / float(items_per_page))) return cur_page, page_amt @property def cur_page(self): return self._parse_pages()[0] @property def pages_amount(self): return self._parse_pages()[1] def next_page(self): self.paginator.next_page() def prev_page(self): self.paginator.prev_page() def first_page(self): if self.cur_page != 1: self.paginator.first_page() def last_page(self): if self.cur_page != self.pages_amount: self.paginator.last_page() def pages(self): """Generator to iterate over pages, yielding after moving to the next page""" if self.exists: # start iterating at the first page if self.cur_page != 1: self.logger.debug('Resetting paginator to first page') self.first_page() # Adding 1 to pages_amount to include the last page in loop for page in range(1, self.pages_amount + 1): yield self.cur_page if self.cur_page == self.pages_amount: # last or only page, stop looping break else: self.logger.debug('Paginator advancing to next page') self.next_page() else: return @property def items_amount(self): return self.paginator.page_info()[2] def find_row_on_pages(self, table, *args, **kwargs): """Find first row matching filters provided by kwargs on the given table widget Args: table: Table widget object args: Filters to be passed to table.row() kwargs: Filters to be passed to table.row() """ self.first_page() for _ in self.pages(): try: row = table.row(*args, **kwargs) except IndexError: continue if not row: continue else: return row else: raise NoSuchElementException('Row matching filter {} not found on table {}' .format(kwargs, table)) def PaginationPane(*args, **kwargs): # noqa parent = kwargs.get("parent") verpick_obj = VersionPick({ Version.lowest(): NonJSPaginationPane(*args, **kwargs), '5.9': JSPaginationPane(*args, **kwargs), }) return verpick_obj.pick(parent.browser.product_version) if parent else verpick_obj class Stepper(View): """ A CFME Stepper Control .. code-block:: python stepper = Stepper(locator='//div[contains(@class, "timeline-stepper")]') stepper.increase() """ ROOT = ParametrizedLocator('{@locator}') minus_button = Button('-') plus_button = Button('+') value_field = Input(locator='.//input[contains(@class, "bootstrap-touchspin")]') def __init__(self, parent, locator, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent=parent, logger=logger) self.locator = locator def read(self): return int(self.value_field.read()) def decrease(self): self.minus_button.click() def increase(self): self.plus_button.click() def set_value(self, value): value = int(value) if value < 1: raise ValueError('The value cannot be less than 1') steps = value - self.read() if steps == 0: return False elif steps > 0: operation = self.increase else: operation = self.decrease steps = abs(steps) for step in range(steps): operation() return True def fill(self, value): return self.set_value(value) class RadioGroup(Widget): """ CFME Radio Group Control .. code-block:: python radio_group = RadioGroup(locator='//span[contains(@class, "timeline-option")]') radio_group.select(radio_group.button_names()[-1]) """ BUTTONS = './/label[input[@type="radio"]]' def __init__(self, parent, locator, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent=parent, logger=logger) self.locator = locator def __locator__(self): return self.locator def _get_button(self, name): br = self.browser return next(btn for btn in br.elements(self.BUTTONS) if br.text(btn) == name) @property def button_names(self): return [self.browser.text(btn) for btn in self.browser.elements(self.BUTTONS)] @property def selected(self): names = self.button_names for name in names: if 'ng-valid-parse' in self.browser.classes('.//input[@type="radio"]', parent=self._get_button(name)): return name else: # radio button doesn't have any marks to make out which button is selected by default. # so, returning first radio button's name return names[0] def select(self, name): button = self._get_button(name) if self.selected != name: button.click() return True return False def read(self): return self.selected def fill(self, name): return self.select(name) class BreadCrumb(Widget): """ CFME BreadCrumb navigation control .. code-block:: python breadcrumb = BreadCrumb() breadcrumb.click_location(breadcrumb.locations[0]) """ ROOT = '//ol[@class="breadcrumb"]' ELEMENTS = './/li' def __init__(self, parent, locator=None, logger=None): Widget.__init__(self, parent=parent, logger=logger) self._locator = locator or self.ROOT def __locator__(self): return self._locator @property def _path_elements(self): return self.browser.elements(self.ELEMENTS, parent=self) @property def locations(self): return [self.browser.text(loc) for loc in self._path_elements] @property def active_location(self): br = self.browser return next(br.text(loc) for loc in self._path_elements if 'active' in br.classes(loc)) def click_location(self, name, handle_alert=True): br = self.browser location = next(loc for loc in self._path_elements if br.text(loc) == name) result = br.click(location, ignore_ajax=handle_alert) if handle_alert: self.browser.handle_alert(wait=2.0, squash=True) self.browser.plugin.ensure_page_safe() return result class ItemsToolBarViewSelector(View): """ represents toolbar's view selector control it is present on pages with items like Infra or Cloud Providers pages .. code-block:: python view_selector = View.nested(ItemsToolBarViewSelector) view_selector.select('Tile View') view_selector.selected """ ROOT = './/div[contains(@class, "toolbar-pf-view-selector")]' grid_button = Button(title='Grid View') tile_button = Button(title='Tile View') list_button = Button(title='List View') @property def _view_buttons(self): yield self.grid_button yield self.tile_button yield self.list_button def select(self, title): for button in self._view_buttons: if button.title == title: return button.click() else: raise ValueError("The view with title {title} isn't present".format(title=title)) @property def selected(self): if self.is_displayed: return next(btn.title for btn in self._view_buttons if btn.active) else: return None def read(self): return self.selected @property def is_displayed(self): return self.grid_button.is_displayed class DetailsToolBarViewSelector(View): """ represents toolbar's view selector control it is present on pages like Infra Providers Details page .. code-block:: python view_selector = View.nested(DetailsToolBarViewSelector) view_selector.select('Dashboard View') view_selector.selected """ ROOT = './/div[contains(@class, "toolbar-pf-view-selector")]' summary_button = Button(title='Summary View') dashboard_button = Button(title='Dashboard View') @property def _view_buttons(self): yield self.dashboard_button yield self.summary_button def select(self, title): for button in self._view_buttons: if button.title == title: return button.click() else: raise ValueError("The view with title {title} isn't present".format(title=title)) @property def selected(self): if self.is_displayed: return next(btn.title for btn in self._view_buttons if btn.active) else: return None @property def is_displayed(self): # cloud provider detail page has empty view selector. # so, default is_displayed works wrong in such case return self.summary_button.is_displayed def read(self): return self.selected class Search(View): """ Represents search_text control # TODO Add advanced search """ search_text = Input(name="search_text") search_btn = Text("//div[@id='searchbox']//div[contains(@class, 'form-group')]" "/*[self::a or (self::button and @type='submit')]") clear_btn = Text(".//*[@id='searchbox']//div[contains(@class, 'clear')" "and not(contains(@style, 'display: none'))]/div/button") def clear_search(self): if not self.is_empty: self.clear_btn.click() self.search_btn.click() def search(self, text): self.search_text.fill(text) self.search_btn.click() @property @logged(log_result=True) def is_empty(self): return not bool(self.search_text.value) class UpDownSelect(View): """Multiselect with two arrows (up/down) next to it. Eg. in AE/Domain priority selection. Args: select_loc: Locator for the select box (without Select element wrapping) up_loc: Locator of the Move Up arrow. down_loc: Locator with Move Down arrow. """ select = Select(ParametrizedLocator('{@select_loc}')) up = Text(ParametrizedLocator('{@up_loc}')) down = Text(ParametrizedLocator('{@down_loc}')) def __init__(self, parent, select_loc, up_loc, down_loc, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.select_loc = select_loc self.up_loc = up_loc self.down_loc = down_loc @property def is_displayed(self): return self.select.is_displayed and self.up.is_displayed and self.down.is_displayed def read(self): return self.items @property def items(self): return [option.text for option in self.select.all_options] def move_up(self, item): item = str(item) assert item in self.items self.select.deselect_all() self.select.select_by_visible_text(item) self.up.click() def move_down(self, item): item = str(item) assert item in self.items self.select.deselect_all() self.select.select_by_visible_text(item) self.down.click() def move_top(self, item): item = str(item) assert item in self.items self.select.deselect_all() while item != self.items[0]: self.select.select_by_visible_text(item) self.up.click() def move_bottom(self, item): item = str(item) assert item in self.items self.select.deselect_all() while item != self.items[-1]: self.select.select_by_visible_text(item) self.down.click() def fill(self, items): if not isinstance(items, (list, tuple)): items = [items] current_items = self.items[:len(items)] if current_items == items: return False items = map(str, items) for item in reversed(items): # reversed because every new item at top pushes others down self.move_top(item) return True class AlertEmail(View): """This set of widgets can be found in Control / Explorer / Alerts when you edit an alert.""" @ParametrizedView.nested class recipients(ParametrizedView): # noqa PARAMETERS = ("email", ) ALL_EMAILS = ".//a[starts-with(@title, 'Remove')]" email = Text(ParametrizedLocator(".//a[text()={email|quote}]")) def remove(self): self.email.click() @classmethod def all(cls, browser): return [(browser.text(e), ) for e in browser.elements(cls.ALL_EMAILS)] ROOT = ParametrizedLocator(".//div[@id={@id|quote}]") RECIPIENTS = "./div[@id='edit_to_email_div']//a" add_button = Text(".//div[@title='Add']") recipients_input = TextInput("email") def __init__(self, parent, id="edit_email_div", logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.id = id def fill(self, values): if isinstance(values, six.string_types): values = [values] if self.all_emails == set(values): return False else: values_to_remove = self._values_to_remove(values) values_to_add = self._values_to_add(values) for value in values_to_remove: self.recipients(value).remove() for value in values_to_add: self._add_recipient(value) return True def _values_to_remove(self, values): return list(self.all_emails - set(values)) def _values_to_add(self, values): return list(set(values) - self.all_emails) def _add_recipient(self, email): self.recipients_input.fill(email) self.add_button.click() @property def all_emails(self): return {self.browser.text(e) for e in self.browser.elements(self.RECIPIENTS)} def read(self): return list(self.all_emails) class TimelinesZoomSlider(View): """This control represents Timeline's Zoom Slider """ ROOT = ParametrizedLocator('{@locator}') zoom_in_button = Text(locator='//button[@id="timeline-pf-zoom-in"]') # "+" button zoom_out_button = Text(locator='//button[@id="timeline-pf-zoom-out"]') # "-" button def __init__(self, parent, locator, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.locator = locator @property def value(self): return float(self.browser.get_attribute('value', self)) @cached_property def max(self): return float(self.browser.get_attribute('max', self)) @cached_property def min(self): return float(self.browser.get_attribute('min', self)) def zoom_in(self): self.zoom_in_button.click() def zoom_out(self): self.zoom_out_button.click() def zoom_max(self): while self.value < self.max: self.zoom_in() def zoom_min(self): while self.value > self.min: self.zoom_out() def read(self): return self.value class TimelinesFilter(View): """represents Filter Part of Timelines view """ # common event_type = BootstrapSelect(id='tl_show') event_category = BootstrapSelect(id='tl_category_management') time_period = Stepper(locator='//div[contains(@class, "timeline-stepper")]') time_range = BootstrapSelect(id='tl_range') time_position = BootstrapSelect(id='tl_timepivot') calendar = TextInput(locator='.//input[@class="form-control"]') # todo: implement correct switch between management/policy views when switchable views done apply = Text(locator='.//div[contains(@class, "timeline-apply")]') # management controls detailed_events = Checkbox(name='showDetailedEvents') # policy controls policy_event_category = BootstrapSelect(id='tl_category_policy') policy_event_status = RadioGroup(locator='//span[contains(@class, "timeline-option")]') class TimelinesChart(View): """represents Chart part of Timelines View # currently only event collection is available # todo: to add widgets for all controls and add chart objects interaction functionality """ ROOT = ParametrizedLocator('{@locator}') CATEGORIES = './/*[name()="g" and contains(@class, "timeline-pf-labels")]' \ '//*[name()="text" and @class="timeline-pf-label"]' EVENTS = '(.//*[name()="g" and contains(@class, "timeline-pf-drops-container")]/*[name()="g" ' \ 'and @class="timeline-pf-drop-line"])[{pos}]/*[name()="text" ' \ 'and contains(@class, "timeline-pf-drop")]' legend = Table(locator='//div[@id="legend"]/table') zoom = TimelinesZoomSlider(locator='//input[@id="timeline-pf-slider"]') class TimelinesEvent(object): def __repr__(self): attrs = [attr for attr in self.__dict__.keys() if not attr.startswith('_')] params = ", ".join(["{}={}".format(attr, getattr(self, attr)) for attr in attrs]) return "TimelinesEvent({})".format(params) def __init__(self, parent, locator=None, logger=None): super(TimelinesChart, self).__init__(parent=parent, logger=logger) self.locator = locator or '//div[contains(@class, "timeline-container")]' def get_categories(self, *categories): br = self.browser prepared_categories = [] for num, element in enumerate(br.elements(self.CATEGORIES), start=1): # categories have number of events inside them mo = re.search('^(.*?)(\s\(\s*\d+\s*\)\s*)*$', br.text(element)) category_name = mo.groups()[0] if len(categories) == 0 or (len(categories) > 0 and category_name in categories): prepared_categories.append((num, category_name)) return prepared_categories def _is_group(self, evt): return 'timeline-pf-event-group' in self.browser.classes(evt) def _prepare_event(self, evt, category): node = document_fromstring(evt) # lxml doesn't replace <br> with \n in this case. so this has to be done by us for br in node.xpath("*//br"): br.tail = "\n" + br.tail if br.tail else "\n" # parsing event and preparing its attributes event = self.TimelinesEvent() for line in node.text_content().split('\n'): attr_name, attr_val = re.search('^(.*?):(.*)$', line).groups() attr_name = attr_name.strip().lower().replace(' ', '_') setattr(event, attr_name, attr_val.strip()) event.category = category return event def _click_group(self, group): self.browser.execute_script("""jQuery.fn.art_click = function () { this.each(function (i, e) { var evt = new MouseEvent("click"); e.dispatchEvent(evt); });}; $(arguments[0]).art_click();""", group) def get_events(self, *categories): got_categories = self.get_categories(*categories) events = [] for category in got_categories: cat_position, cat_name = category # obtaining events for each category for raw_event in self.browser.elements(self.EVENTS.format(pos=cat_position)): if not self._is_group(raw_event): # if ordinary event event_text = self.browser.get_attribute('data-content', raw_event) events.append(self._prepare_event(event_text, cat_name)) else: # if event group # todo: compare old table with new one if any issues self.legend.clear_cache() self._click_group(raw_event) self.legend.wait_displayed() for row in self.legend.rows(): event_text = self.browser.get_attribute('innerHTML', row['Event']) events.append(self._prepare_event(event_text, cat_name)) return events class TimelinesView(View): """represents Timelines page """ title = Text(locator='//h1') breadcrumb = BreadCrumb() @View.nested class filter(TimelinesFilter): # NOQA pass @View.nested class chart(TimelinesChart): # NOQA pass @property def is_displayed(self): return self.title.text == 'Timelines' class AttributeValueForm(View): @View.nested class fields(ParametrizedView): # noqa PARAMETERS = ('id', ) attribute = Input( locator=ParametrizedLocator('.//input[@id=concat({@attr_prefix|quote}, {id|quote})]')) value = Input( locator=ParametrizedLocator('.//input[@id=concat({@val_prefix|quote}, {id|quote})]')) @property def attr_prefix(self): return self.parent.attr_prefix @property def val_prefix(self): return self.parent.val_prefix # TODO: Figure out how to smuggle some extra data to the all classmethod # TODO: since it is now impossible to pass the attr_prefix to it. ATTRIBUTES = ParametrizedLocator('.//input[starts-with(@id, {@attr_prefix|quote})]') def __init__(self, parent, attr_prefix, val_prefix, start=1, end=5, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.attr_prefix = attr_prefix self.val_prefix = val_prefix self.start = start self.end = end @property def count(self): return (self.end - self.start) + 1 @property def current_attributes(self): attributes = [ (i, self.browser.get_attribute('value', e)) for i, e in enumerate(self.browser.elements(self.ATTRIBUTES), self.start)] return [a for a in attributes if a] def attribute_to_id(self, attribute): for id, attr in self.current_attributes: if attr == attribute: return id else: return None def read(self): result = {} for id, attribute in self.current_attributes: if not attribute: continue value = self.fields(id=str(id)).value.read() result[attribute] = value return result def clear(self): changed = False for id, attr in self.current_attributes: field = self.fields(id=str(id)) if field.attribute.fill(''): changed = True if field.value.fill(''): changed = True return changed def fill(self, values): if hasattr(values, 'items') and hasattr(values, 'keys'): values = list(values.items()) if len(values) > self.count: raise ValueError( 'This form is supposed to have only {} fields, passed {} items'.format( self.count, len(values))) changed = self.clear() for id, (key, value) in enumerate(values, self.start): field = self.fields(id=str(id)) if field.fill({'attribute': key, 'value': value}): changed = True return changed class FileInput(BaseFileInput): """ represents enhanced FileInput control. Accepts a string. If the string is a file, then it is put in the input. Otherwise a temporary file is generated and that one is fed to the file input. technical debt: ronny: this introduces a requirement for out of band resource and file management, we should avoid something like that while this is merge-able as it adds functionality, we should clearly mark this as technical debt needing a better resource management exposed from widgetastic or our wrappers """ def fill(self, value): if not os.path.isfile(value): f = NamedTemporaryFile() f.write(str(value)) f.flush() value = os.path.abspath(f.name) atexit.register(f.close) return super(FileInput, self).fill(value) class BaseQuadIconEntity(ParametrizedView, ClickableMixin): """ represents QuadIcon entity. one of states entity can be in It is expected that some properties like "data" will be overridden in its children """ PARAMETERS = ('name',) ROOT = ParametrizedLocator('.//table[./tbody/tr/td/a[contains(@title, {name|quote})]]') LIST = '//dl[contains(@class, "tile")]/*[self::dt or self::dd]' label = Text(locator=ParametrizedLocator('./tbody/tr/td/a[contains(@title, {name|quote})]')) checkbox = Checkbox(locator='./tbody/tr/td/input[@type="checkbox"]') QUADRANT = './/div[@class="flobj {pos}72"]/*[self::p or self::img]' @property def is_checked(self): return self.checkbox.selected def check(self): return self.checkbox.fill(True) def uncheck(self): return self.checkbox.fill(False) @property def data(self): """ every entity like QuadIcon/ListEntity etc displays some data, which is different for each entity type. This is property which should hold such data. To override this property in concrete classes. """ return {} def read(self): return self.is_checked def fill(self, values): return self.check(values) @property def is_displayed(self): try: list_exists = self.browser.element(self.LIST).is_displayed() except NoSuchElementException: list_exists = False return not list_exists and super(BaseQuadIconEntity, self).is_displayed class BaseTileIconEntity(ParametrizedView): """ represents Tile Icon entity. one of states entity can be in """ PARAMETERS = ('name',) ROOT = ParametrizedLocator('.//table[.//table[./tbody/tr/td/a[contains(@title, ' '{name|quote})]]]') LIST = '//dl[contains(@class, "tile")]/*[self::dt or self::dd]' quad_icon = ParametrizedView.nested(BaseQuadIconEntity) @property def is_checked(self): return self.quad_icon(self.context['name']).is_checked def check(self): return self.quad_icon(self.context['name']).check() def uncheck(self): return self.quad_icon(self.context['name']).uncheck() @property def data(self): """ every entity like QuadIcon/ListEntity etc displays some data, which is different for each entity type. This is property which should hold such data. """ quad_data = self.quad_icon(self.context['name']).data br = self.browser # it seems we don't have list widget in other places. # so, this code just parses it, creates dict and adds it to quad icon dict els = [br.text(el) for el in br.elements(locator=self.LIST)] list_data = dict(zip(els[::2], els[1::2])) # get first and second element and join them quad_data.update(list_data) return quad_data def read(self): return self.quad_icon(self.context['name']).read() def fill(self, values): return self.quad_icon(self.context['name']).fill() @property def is_displayed(self): try: return (super(BaseTileIconEntity, self).is_displayed and self.browser.is_displayed(self.LIST)) except NoSuchElementException: return False class BaseListEntity(ParametrizedView, ClickableMixin): """ represents List entity. one of states entity can be in """ PARAMETERS = ('name',) ROOT = ParametrizedLocator('.//tr[./td[normalize-space(.)={name|quote}]]') parent_table = Table(locator='./ancestor::table[1]') checkbox = Checkbox(locator='.//input[@type="checkbox"]') @property def is_checked(self): return self.checkbox.selected def check(self): return self.checkbox.fill(True) def uncheck(self): return self.checkbox.fill(False) @property def data(self): """ every entity like QuadIcon/ListEntity etc displays some data, which is different for each entity type. This is property which should hold such data. """ row = next(row for row in self.parent_table.rows() if row.name.text == self.context['name']) item_data = {} for col_name in (h for h in self.parent_table.headers if h is not None): item_data[col_name] = row[col_name].text return item_data def read(self): return self.is_checked def fill(self, values): return self.check(values) class NonJSBaseEntity(View): """ represents Proxy class which represents Entity despite of state it is in. it passes calls to concrete entity taking into account which entity type is displayed atm """ quad_entity = BaseQuadIconEntity list_entity = BaseListEntity tile_entity = BaseTileIconEntity def __init__(self, parent, name, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.name = name def _get_existing_entity(self): for item in (self.quad_entity, self.tile_entity, self.list_entity): if item(name=self.name).is_displayed: return item(name=self.name) else: raise NoSuchElementException("Item {name} isn't found on page".format(name=self.name)) def __getattr__(self, name): if name.startswith('__'): return self.__dict__[name] item = self._get_existing_entity() if hasattr(item, name): # needed for is displayed return getattr(item, name) def __str__(self): return str(self._get_existing_entity()) def __repr__(self): return repr(self._get_existing_entity()) class JSBaseEntity(View, ReportDataControllerMixin): """ represents Entity, no matter what state it is in. It is implemented using ManageIQ JS API """ def __init__(self, parent, name, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent, logger=logger) self.name = name @property def is_checked(self): return self._call_item_method('is_selected') def check(self): self._call_item_method('select') def uncheck(self): self._call_item_method('unselect') def click(self): self._call_item_method('click') @property def data(self): """ every entity like QuadIcon/ListEntity etc displays some data, which is different for each entity type. This is property which should hold such data. """ data = self._invoke_cmd('get_item', self.name)['item'] cells = data.pop('cells') data.update(cells) return {str(key).replace(' ', '_').lower(): value for key, value in data.items()} def read(self): return self.is_checked def fill(self, values): if values: self.check() else: self.uncheck() @property def is_displayed(self): return self._invoke_cmd('is_displayed', self.name) class EntitiesConditionalView(View, ReportDataControllerMixin): """ represents Entities view with regard to view selector state """ elements = '//tr[./td/div[@class="quadicon"]]/following-sibling::tr/td/a' title = Text('//div[@id="main-content"]//h1') search = View.nested(Search) paginator = PaginationPane() flash = FlashMessages('.//div[@id="flash_msg_div"]/div[@id="flash_text_div" or ' 'contains(@class, "flash_text_div")]') @property def entity_names(self): """ looks for entities and extracts their names Returns: all current page entities """ current_version = VersionPick({ Version.lowest(): 'old', '5.9': 'new', 'upstream': 'new' }).pick(self.browser.product_version) if current_version == 'old': br = self.browser return [br.get_attribute('title', el) for el in br.elements(self.elements)] else: entities = self._invoke_cmd('get_all_items') return [entity['item']['cells']['Name'] for entity in entities] def get_all(self, surf_pages=False): """ obtains all entities like QuadIcon displayed by view Args: surf_pages (bool): current page entities if False, all entities otherwise Returns: all entities (QuadIcon/etc.) displayed by view """ if not surf_pages: return [self.parent.entity_class(parent=self, name=name) for name in self.entity_names] else: entities = [] for _ in self.paginator.pages(): entities.extend([self.parent.entity_class(parent=self, name=name) for name in self.entity_names]) return entities def get_entities(self, by_name=None, surf_pages=False): """ obtains all matched entities like QuadIcon displayed by view Args: by_name (str): only entities which match to by_name will be returned surf_pages (bool): current page entities if False, all entities otherwise Returns: all matched entities (QuadIcon/etc.) displayed by view """ entities = self.get_all(surf_pages) remaining_entities = [] for entity in entities: if by_name and by_name in entity.name: remaining_entities.append(entity) # todo: by_type and by_regexp will be implemented later if needed return remaining_entities def get_entity(self, by_name=None, surf_pages=False): """ obtains one entity matched to by_name raises exception if no entities or several entities were found Args: by_name (str): only entity which match to by_name will be returned surf_pages (bool): current page entity if False, all entities otherwise Returns: matched entities (QuadIcon/etc.) """ entities = self.get_entities(by_name=by_name, surf_pages=surf_pages) if len(entities) == 0: raise ItemNotFound("Entity {name} isn't found on this page".format(name=by_name)) elif len(entities) > 1: raise ManyEntitiesFound("Several entities with {name} were found".format(name=by_name)) return entities[0] def get_first_entity(self, by_name=None): """ obtains one entity matched to by_name and stops on that page raises exception if no entity or several entities were found Args: by_name (str): only entity which match to by_name will be returned Returns: matched entity (QuadIcon/etc.) """ for _ in self.paginator.pages(): found_entities = [self.parent.entity_class(parent=self, name=name) for name in self.entity_names if by_name == name] if found_entities: return found_entities[0] raise ItemNotFound("Entity {name} isn't found on this page".format(name=by_name)) class BaseEntitiesView(View): """ should represent the view with different entities like providers """ @property def entity_class(self): return VersionPick({ Version.lowest(): NonJSBaseEntity, '5.9': JSBaseEntity }).pick(self.browser.product_version) entities = ConditionalSwitchableView(reference='parent.toolbar.view_selector', ignore_bad_reference=True) @entities.register('Grid View', default=True) class GridView(EntitiesConditionalView): pass @entities.register('List View') class ListView(EntitiesConditionalView): elements = Table(locator='//div[@id="list_grid"]/table') @property def entity_names(self): """ looks for entities and extracts their names Returns: all current page entities """ return [row.name.text for row in self.elements.rows()] @entities.register('Tile View') class TileView(EntitiesConditionalView): pass class ProviderQuadIconEntity(BaseQuadIconEntity): """ Provider child of Quad Icon entity """ @property def data(self): br = self.browser return { "no_host": br.text(self.QUADRANT.format(pos='a')), "vendor": br.get_attribute('src', self.QUADRANT.format(pos='c')), "creds": br.get_attribute('src', self.QUADRANT.format(pos='d')), } class ProviderTileIconEntity(BaseTileIconEntity): """ Provider child of Tile Icon entity """ quad_icon = ParametrizedView.nested(ProviderQuadIconEntity) class ProviderListEntity(BaseListEntity): """ Provider child of List entity """ pass class NonJSProviderEntity(NonJSBaseEntity): """ Provider child of Proxy entity """ quad_entity = ProviderQuadIconEntity list_entity = ProviderListEntity tile_entity = ProviderTileIconEntity def ProviderEntity(): # noqa """ Temporary wrapper for Provider Entity during transition to JS based Entity """ return VersionPick({ Version.lowest(): NonJSProviderEntity, '5.9': JSBaseEntity, }) class DashboardWidgetsPicker(View): """ Represents widgets picker in Dashboard editing screen (Cloud Intel/Reports/Dashobards). """ ROOT = ParametrizedLocator(".//div[@id='{@id}']") select = BootstrapSelect(Parameter("@select_id")) def __init__(self, parent, id, select_id, names_locator=None, remove_locator=None, logger=None): View.__init__(self, parent=parent, logger=logger) self.id = id self.select_id = select_id self.names_locator = names_locator self.remove_locator = remove_locator def add_widget(self, widget): self.select.fill(widget) def remove_widget(self, widget): self.browser.click(self.remove_locator.format(quote(widget))) @property def all_elements(self): return self.browser.elements(self.names_locator) @property def all_widgets(self): if self.all_elements: return [widget.text for widget in self.all_elements] else: return [] def _values_to_remove(self, values): return list(set(self.all_widgets) - set(values)) def _values_to_add(self, values): return list(set(values) - set(self.all_widgets)) def fill(self, values): if isinstance(values, six.string_types): values = [values] if set(values) == set(self.all_widgets): return False else: values_to_remove = self._values_to_remove(values) values_to_add = self._values_to_add(values) for value in values_to_remove: self.remove_widget(value) for value in values_to_add: self.add_widget(value) return True def read(self): return self.all_widgets class MenuShortcutsPicker(DashboardWidgetsPicker): """ Represents shortcut picker in Menu Widget editing screen (Cloud Intel/Reports/Dashboard Widgets/Menus). """ @ParametrizedView.nested class shortcut(ParametrizedView): # noqa PARAMETERS = ("number",) alias = Input(name=ParametrizedString("shortcut_desc_{number}")) remove_button = Text(ParametrizedLocator(".//a[@id=s_{@number|quote}_close]")) def fill(self, alias): self.alias.fill(alias) def remove(self): self.remove_button.click() def add_shortcut(self, shortcut, alias): # We need to get all options from the dropdown before picking mapping = self.mapping self.select.fill(shortcut) if shortcut != alias: self.shortcut(mapping[shortcut]).fill(alias) @cached_property def mapping(self): return {option.text: option.value for option in self.select.all_options} @property def all_shortcuts(self): if self.all_elements: return [shortcut.get_attribute("value") for shortcut in self.all_elements] else: return [] def clear(self): for el in self.browser.elements(".//a[@title='Remove this Shortcut']"): self.browser.click(el) def fill(self, values): dict_values = None if isinstance(values, six.string_types): values = [values] if isinstance(values, dict): dict_values = values values = values.values() if set(values) == set(self.all_shortcuts): return False else: self.clear() if dict_values is not None: dict_values_to_add = dict_values else: dict_values_to_add = {value: value for value in values} for shortcut, alias in dict_values_to_add.iteritems(): self.add_shortcut(shortcut, alias) return True def read(self): return self.all_shortcuts class DynamicTable(VanillaTable): """Extend the widget.Table class to implement row_add for dynamic tables with an 'Actions' column. In these tables, the top or bottom row can be clicked to add a new row, and when it is clicked the row is replaced (top or bottom) with a row containing fillable widgets. When the row is saved, it is moved to the bottom of the table. This behavior is specifc to some MIQ dynamic tables. Args: action_row: index of the action row, generally 0 or -1, defaults to 0 See Widgetastic.widget.Table for more arguments """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): self.action_row = kwargs.pop('action_row', 0) # pull this off and pass the rest up super(DynamicTable, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) def row_add(self): """Use the action-cell column widget to add a row Clicks on the row directly, not the action button Returns: int positive row index of the action row where the new widgets should be displayed """ # convert action_row into a positive index if self.action_row >= 0: pos_action_index = self.action_row else: pos_action_index = self._process_negative_index(nindex=self.action_row) try: self[pos_action_index].click() except IndexError: # self.action_row must have been None raise DynamicTableAddError('DynamicTable action_row index "{}" not found in table' .format(self.action_row)) return pos_action_index def row_save(self, row=None): """Save the row, assuming attributized columns includes 'actions' Implements behavior of AnalysisProfile type tables, where the row is moved to the bottom on save Returns: int row index of the last row in the table """ try: self[row or self.action_row].actions.click() except IndexError: # self.action_row must have been None raise DynamicTableAddError('DynamicTable action_row index "{}" not found in table' .format(self.action_row)) return self._process_negative_index(nindex=-1) # use process_negative_index to get last row
gpl-2.0
ninnux/exscript
tests/Exscript/LogfileTest.py
6
1494
import sys, unittest, re, os.path sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), '..', '..', 'src')) from tempfile import mkdtemp from shutil import rmtree from LogTest import LogTest from Exscript.Logfile import Logfile class LogfileTest(LogTest): CORRELATE = Logfile def setUp(self): self.tempdir = mkdtemp() self.logfile = os.path.join(self.tempdir, 'test.log') self.errorfile = self.logfile + '.error' self.log = Logfile('testme', self.logfile) def tearDown(self): rmtree(self.tempdir) def testConstructor(self): self.assertEqual('testme', self.log.get_name()) self.assertEqual('', str(self.log)) self.failIf(os.path.exists(self.logfile)) self.failIf(os.path.exists(self.errorfile)) def testStarted(self): LogTest.testStarted(self) self.assert_(os.path.exists(self.logfile)) self.failIf(os.path.exists(self.errorfile)) def testAborted(self): LogTest.testAborted(self) self.assert_(os.path.exists(self.logfile)) self.assert_(os.path.exists(self.errorfile)) def testSucceeded(self): LogTest.testSucceeded(self) self.assert_(os.path.exists(self.logfile)) self.failIf(os.path.exists(self.errorfile)) def suite(): return unittest.TestLoader().loadTestsFromTestCase(LogfileTest) if __name__ == '__main__': unittest.TextTestRunner(verbosity = 2).run(suite())
gpl-2.0
hahaps/openstack-project-generator
template/<project_name>/tests/unit/cast_as_call.py
55
1168
# Copyright 2013 Red Hat, Inc. # # 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 mock def mock_cast_as_call(obj=None): """Use this to mock `cast` as calls. :param obj: Either an instance of RPCClient or an instance of _Context. """ orig_prepare = obj.prepare def prepare(*args, **kwargs): cctxt = orig_prepare(*args, **kwargs) mock_cast_as_call(obj=cctxt) # woo, recurse! return cctxt prepare_patch = mock.patch.object(obj, 'prepare').start() prepare_patch.side_effect = prepare cast_patch = mock.patch.object(obj, 'cast').start() cast_patch.side_effect = obj.call
apache-2.0
BeegorMif/HTPC-Manager
lib/hachoir_core/field/timestamp.py
90
2941
from lib.hachoir_core.tools import (humanDatetime, humanDuration, timestampUNIX, timestampMac32, timestampUUID60, timestampWin64, durationWin64) from lib.hachoir_core.field import Bits, FieldSet from datetime import datetime class GenericTimestamp(Bits): def __init__(self, parent, name, size, description=None): Bits.__init__(self, parent, name, size, description) def createDisplay(self): return humanDatetime(self.value) def createRawDisplay(self): value = Bits.createValue(self) return unicode(value) def __nonzero__(self): return Bits.createValue(self) != 0 def timestampFactory(cls_name, handler, size): class Timestamp(GenericTimestamp): def __init__(self, parent, name, description=None): GenericTimestamp.__init__(self, parent, name, size, description) def createValue(self): value = Bits.createValue(self) return handler(value) cls = Timestamp cls.__name__ = cls_name return cls TimestampUnix32 = timestampFactory("TimestampUnix32", timestampUNIX, 32) TimestampUnix64 = timestampFactory("TimestampUnix64", timestampUNIX, 64) TimestampMac32 = timestampFactory("TimestampUnix32", timestampMac32, 32) TimestampUUID60 = timestampFactory("TimestampUUID60", timestampUUID60, 60) TimestampWin64 = timestampFactory("TimestampWin64", timestampWin64, 64) class TimeDateMSDOS32(FieldSet): """ 32-bit MS-DOS timestamp (16-bit time, 16-bit date) """ static_size = 32 def createFields(self): # TODO: Create type "MSDOS_Second" : value*2 yield Bits(self, "second", 5, "Second/2") yield Bits(self, "minute", 6) yield Bits(self, "hour", 5) yield Bits(self, "day", 5) yield Bits(self, "month", 4) # TODO: Create type "MSDOS_Year" : value+1980 yield Bits(self, "year", 7, "Number of year after 1980") def createValue(self): return datetime( 1980+self["year"].value, self["month"].value, self["day"].value, self["hour"].value, self["minute"].value, 2*self["second"].value) def createDisplay(self): return humanDatetime(self.value) class DateTimeMSDOS32(TimeDateMSDOS32): """ 32-bit MS-DOS timestamp (16-bit date, 16-bit time) """ def createFields(self): yield Bits(self, "day", 5) yield Bits(self, "month", 4) yield Bits(self, "year", 7, "Number of year after 1980") yield Bits(self, "second", 5, "Second/2") yield Bits(self, "minute", 6) yield Bits(self, "hour", 5) class TimedeltaWin64(GenericTimestamp): def __init__(self, parent, name, description=None): GenericTimestamp.__init__(self, parent, name, 64, description) def createDisplay(self): return humanDuration(self.value) def createValue(self): value = Bits.createValue(self) return durationWin64(value)
gpl-3.0
asmikhailov/i3pystatus
i3pystatus/zabbix.py
1
2493
from i3pystatus import IntervalModule from pyzabbix import ZabbixAPI class Zabbix(IntervalModule): """ Zabbix alerts watcher Requires: pyzabbix .. rubric:: Available formatters * {default} - Full output count alerts like total:a5/a4/a3/a2/a1/a0 * {total} - Total count of alerts * {aX_count} - Count alerts of X severity * {colorX} - Predicted color for X severity. It can be used with Pango markup hint for different colours at each severity with """ settings = ( ("zabbix_server", "Zabbix Server URL"), ("zabbix_user", "Zabbix API User"), ("zabbix_password", "Zabbix users password"), ("interval", "Update interval"), "format" ) required = ("zabbix_server", "zabbix_user", "zabbix_password") interval = 60 format = "{default}" def run(self): alerts_color = ["#DBDBDB", "#D6F6FF", "#FFF6A5", "#FFB689", "#FF9999", "#FF3838"] zapi = ZabbixAPI(self.zabbix_server) try: zapi.login(self.zabbix_user, self.zabbix_password) triggers = zapi.trigger.get(only_true=1, skipDependent=1, monitored=1, active=1, min_severity=2, output=["priority"], withLastEventUnacknowledged=1, ) alerts_list = [t['priority'] for t in triggers] alerts = [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0] cdict = {} for i in range(0, 6): alerts[i] = alerts_list.count(str(i)) cdict["a%s_count" % i] = alerts[i] if alerts[i] == 0: cdict["color%s" % i] = "#FFFFFF" else: cdict["color%s" % i] = alerts_color[i] cdict["default"] = "{0}:{a[5]}/{a[4]}/{a[3]}/{a[2]}/{a[1]}/{a[0]}".format(sum(alerts), a=alerts) cdict["total"] = sum(alerts) if alerts_list: color = alerts_color[max(map(int, alerts_list))] else: color = alerts_color[0] result = self.format.format(**cdict) except Exception as e: result = "Zabbix connection error" color = "#FF0000" self.output = { "full_text": result, "color": color }
mit
DzinVision/adventofcode-2016
day_13.py
1
1232
from queue import Queue seed = 1362 seen = set() def is_empty(x, y): n = x*x + 3*x + 2*x*y + y + y*y + seed return bin(n).count('1') % 2 == 0 def valid_moves(x, y): result = [] actions = [-1, 1] for action in actions: new_x = x + action if x > 0 and is_empty(new_x, y) and (new_x, y) not in seen: result.append((new_x, y)) new_y = y + action if y > 0 and is_empty(x, new_y) and (x, new_y) not in seen: result.append((x, new_y)) return result state = { 'coords': (1, 1), 'moves': 0 } que = Queue() que.put(state) locations = 0 solved_1 = False solved_2 = False while not solved_1 or not solved_2: current_state = que.get() moves = current_state['moves'] if current_state['coords'] in seen: continue seen.add(current_state['coords']) if current_state['coords'] == (31, 39): solved_1 = True print('#1:', moves) possible_moves = valid_moves(*current_state['coords']) for move in possible_moves: new_state = {'coords': move, 'moves': moves + 1} que.put(new_state) if moves <= 50: locations += 1 else: solved_2 = True print('#2:', locations)
gpl-3.0
KitKatXperience/platform_external_chromium_org
third_party/closure_linter/closure_linter/tokenutil.py
135
10976
#!/usr/bin/env python # # Copyright 2007 The Closure Linter Authors. 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. """Token utility functions.""" __author__ = ('robbyw@google.com (Robert Walker)', 'ajp@google.com (Andy Perelson)') import copy from closure_linter import javascripttokens from closure_linter.common import tokens # Shorthand JavaScriptToken = javascripttokens.JavaScriptToken Type = tokens.TokenType def GetFirstTokenInSameLine(token): """Returns the first token in the same line as token. Args: token: Any token in the line. Returns: The first token in the same line as token. """ while not token.IsFirstInLine(): token = token.previous return token def GetFirstTokenInPreviousLine(token): """Returns the first token in the previous line as token. Args: token: Any token in the line. Returns: The first token in the previous line as token, or None if token is on the first line. """ first_in_line = GetFirstTokenInSameLine(token) if first_in_line.previous: return GetFirstTokenInSameLine(first_in_line.previous) return None def GetLastTokenInSameLine(token): """Returns the last token in the same line as token. Args: token: Any token in the line. Returns: The last token in the same line as token. """ while not token.IsLastInLine(): token = token.next return token def GetAllTokensInSameLine(token): """Returns all tokens in the same line as the given token. Args: token: Any token in the line. Returns: All tokens on the same line as the given token. """ first_token = GetFirstTokenInSameLine(token) last_token = GetLastTokenInSameLine(token) tokens_in_line = [] while first_token != last_token: tokens_in_line.append(first_token) first_token = first_token.next tokens_in_line.append(last_token) return tokens_in_line def CustomSearch(start_token, func, end_func=None, distance=None, reverse=False): """Returns the first token where func is True within distance of this token. Args: start_token: The token to start searching from func: The function to call to test a token for applicability end_func: The function to call to test a token to determine whether to abort the search. distance: The number of tokens to look through before failing search. Must be positive. If unspecified, will search until the end of the token chain reverse: When true, search the tokens before this one instead of the tokens after it Returns: The first token matching func within distance of this token, or None if no such token is found. """ token = start_token if reverse: while token and (distance is None or distance > 0): previous = token.previous if previous: if func(previous): return previous if end_func and end_func(previous): return None token = previous if distance is not None: distance -= 1 else: while token and (distance is None or distance > 0): next_token = token.next if next_token: if func(next_token): return next_token if end_func and end_func(next_token): return None token = next_token if distance is not None: distance -= 1 return None def Search(start_token, token_types, distance=None, reverse=False): """Returns the first token of type in token_types within distance. Args: start_token: The token to start searching from token_types: The allowable types of the token being searched for distance: The number of tokens to look through before failing search. Must be positive. If unspecified, will search until the end of the token chain reverse: When true, search the tokens before this one instead of the tokens after it Returns: The first token of any type in token_types within distance of this token, or None if no such token is found. """ return CustomSearch(start_token, lambda token: token.IsAnyType(token_types), None, distance, reverse) def SearchExcept(start_token, token_types, distance=None, reverse=False): """Returns the first token not of any type in token_types within distance. Args: start_token: The token to start searching from token_types: The unallowable types of the token being searched for distance: The number of tokens to look through before failing search. Must be positive. If unspecified, will search until the end of the token chain reverse: When true, search the tokens before this one instead of the tokens after it Returns: The first token of any type in token_types within distance of this token, or None if no such token is found. """ return CustomSearch(start_token, lambda token: not token.IsAnyType(token_types), None, distance, reverse) def SearchUntil(start_token, token_types, end_types, distance=None, reverse=False): """Returns the first token of type in token_types before a token of end_type. Args: start_token: The token to start searching from. token_types: The allowable types of the token being searched for. end_types: Types of tokens to abort search if we find. distance: The number of tokens to look through before failing search. Must be positive. If unspecified, will search until the end of the token chain reverse: When true, search the tokens before this one instead of the tokens after it Returns: The first token of any type in token_types within distance of this token before any tokens of type in end_type, or None if no such token is found. """ return CustomSearch(start_token, lambda token: token.IsAnyType(token_types), lambda token: token.IsAnyType(end_types), distance, reverse) def DeleteToken(token): """Deletes the given token from the linked list. Args: token: The token to delete """ if token.previous: token.previous.next = token.next if token.next: token.next.previous = token.previous following_token = token.next while following_token and following_token.metadata.last_code == token: following_token.metadata.last_code = token.metadata.last_code following_token = following_token.next def DeleteTokens(token, token_count): """Deletes the given number of tokens starting with the given token. Args: token: The token to start deleting at. token_count: The total number of tokens to delete. """ for i in xrange(1, token_count): DeleteToken(token.next) DeleteToken(token) def InsertTokenAfter(new_token, token): """Insert new_token after token. Args: new_token: A token to be added to the stream token: A token already in the stream """ new_token.previous = token new_token.next = token.next new_token.metadata = copy.copy(token.metadata) if token.IsCode(): new_token.metadata.last_code = token if new_token.IsCode(): following_token = token.next while following_token and following_token.metadata.last_code == token: following_token.metadata.last_code = new_token following_token = following_token.next token.next = new_token if new_token.next: new_token.next.previous = new_token if new_token.start_index is None: if new_token.line_number == token.line_number: new_token.start_index = token.start_index + len(token.string) else: new_token.start_index = 0 iterator = new_token.next while iterator and iterator.line_number == new_token.line_number: iterator.start_index += len(new_token.string) iterator = iterator.next def InsertTokensAfter(new_tokens, token): """Insert multiple tokens after token. Args: new_tokens: An array of tokens to be added to the stream token: A token already in the stream """ # TODO(user): It would be nicer to have InsertTokenAfter defer to here # instead of vice-versa. current_token = token for new_token in new_tokens: InsertTokenAfter(new_token, current_token) current_token = new_token def InsertSpaceTokenAfter(token): """Inserts a space token after the given token. Args: token: The token to insert a space token after Returns: A single space token """ space_token = JavaScriptToken(' ', Type.WHITESPACE, token.line, token.line_number) InsertTokenAfter(space_token, token) def InsertBlankLineAfter(token): """Inserts a blank line after the given token. Args: token: The token to insert a blank line after Returns: A single space token """ blank_token = JavaScriptToken('', Type.BLANK_LINE, '', token.line_number + 1) InsertLineAfter(token, [blank_token]) def InsertLineAfter(token, new_tokens): """Inserts a new line consisting of new_tokens after the given token. Args: token: The token to insert after. new_tokens: The tokens that will make up the new line. """ insert_location = token for new_token in new_tokens: InsertTokenAfter(new_token, insert_location) insert_location = new_token # Update all subsequent line numbers. next_token = new_tokens[-1].next while next_token: next_token.line_number += 1 next_token = next_token.next def SplitToken(token, position): """Splits the token into two tokens at position. Args: token: The token to split position: The position to split at. Will be the beginning of second token. Returns: The new second token. """ new_string = token.string[position:] token.string = token.string[:position] new_token = JavaScriptToken(new_string, token.type, token.line, token.line_number) InsertTokenAfter(new_token, token) return new_token def Compare(token1, token2): """Compares two tokens and determines their relative order. Args: token1: The first token to compare. token2: The second token to compare. Returns: A negative integer, zero, or a positive integer as the first token is before, equal, or after the second in the token stream. """ if token2.line_number != token1.line_number: return token1.line_number - token2.line_number else: return token1.start_index - token2.start_index
bsd-3-clause
dgzurita/odoo
addons/payment/tests/common.py
392
1822
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from openerp.tests import common class PaymentAcquirerCommon(common.TransactionCase): def setUp(self): super(PaymentAcquirerCommon, self).setUp() self.payment_acquirer = self.registry('payment.acquirer') self.payment_transaction = self.registry('payment.transaction') self.currency_euro_id = self.registry('res.currency').search( self.cr, self.uid, [('name', '=', 'EUR')], limit=1)[0] self.currency_euro = self.registry('res.currency').browse( self.cr, self.uid, self.currency_euro_id) self.country_belgium_id = self.registry('res.country').search( self.cr, self.uid, [('code', 'like', 'BE')], limit=1)[0] self.country_france_id = self.registry('res.country').search( self.cr, self.uid, [('code', 'like', 'FR')], limit=1)[0] # dict partner values self.buyer_values = { 'name': 'Norbert Buyer', 'lang': 'en_US', 'email': 'norbert.buyer@example.com', 'street': 'Huge Street', 'street2': '2/543', 'phone': '0032 12 34 56 78', 'city': 'Sin City', 'zip': '1000', 'country_id': self.country_belgium_id, 'country_name': 'Belgium', } # test partner self.buyer_id = self.registry('res.partner').create( self.cr, self.uid, { 'name': 'Norbert Buyer', 'lang': 'en_US', 'email': 'norbert.buyer@example.com', 'street': 'Huge Street', 'street2': '2/543', 'phone': '0032 12 34 56 78', 'city': 'Sin City', 'zip': '1000', 'country_id': self.country_belgium_id, } )
agpl-3.0
asen6/amartyasenguptadotcom
django/contrib/gis/db/backends/base.py
55
10675
""" Base/mixin classes for the spatial backend database operations and the `SpatialRefSys` model the backend. """ import re from django.conf import settings from django.contrib.gis import gdal class BaseSpatialOperations(object): """ This module holds the base `BaseSpatialBackend` object, which is instantiated by each spatial database backend with the features it has. """ distance_functions = {} geometry_functions = {} geometry_operators = {} geography_operators = {} geography_functions = {} gis_terms = {} truncate_params = {} # Quick booleans for the type of this spatial backend, and # an attribute for the spatial database version tuple (if applicable) postgis = False spatialite = False mysql = False oracle = False spatial_version = None # How the geometry column should be selected. select = None # Does the spatial database have a geography type? geography = False area = False centroid = False difference = False distance = False distance_sphere = False distance_spheroid = False envelope = False force_rhr = False mem_size = False bounding_circle = False num_geom = False num_points = False perimeter = False perimeter3d = False point_on_surface = False polygonize = False reverse = False scale = False snap_to_grid = False sym_difference = False transform = False translate = False union = False # Aggregates collect = False extent = False extent3d = False make_line = False unionagg = False # Serialization geohash = False geojson = False gml = False kml = False svg = False # Constructors from_text = False from_wkb = False # Default conversion functions for aggregates; will be overridden if implemented # for the spatial backend. def convert_extent(self, box): raise NotImplementedError('Aggregate extent not implemented for this spatial backend.') def convert_extent3d(self, box): raise NotImplementedError('Aggregate 3D extent not implemented for this spatial backend.') def convert_geom(self, geom_val, geom_field): raise NotImplementedError('Aggregate method not implemented for this spatial backend.') # For quoting column values, rather than columns. def geo_quote_name(self, name): if isinstance(name, unicode): name = name.encode('ascii') return "'%s'" % name # GeometryField operations def geo_db_type(self, f): """ Returns the database column type for the geometry field on the spatial backend. """ raise NotImplementedError def get_distance(self, f, value, lookup_type): """ Returns the distance parameters for the given geometry field, lookup value, and lookup type. """ raise NotImplementedError('Distance operations not available on this spatial backend.') def get_geom_placeholder(self, f, value): """ Returns the placeholder for the given geometry field with the given value. Depending on the spatial backend, the placeholder may contain a stored procedure call to the transformation function of the spatial backend. """ raise NotImplementedError # Spatial SQL Construction def spatial_aggregate_sql(self, agg): raise NotImplementedError('Aggregate support not implemented for this spatial backend.') def spatial_lookup_sql(self, lvalue, lookup_type, value, field): raise NotImplementedError # Routines for getting the OGC-compliant models. def geometry_columns(self): raise NotImplementedError def spatial_ref_sys(self): raise NotImplementedError class SpatialRefSysMixin(object): """ The SpatialRefSysMixin is a class used by the database-dependent SpatialRefSys objects to reduce redundnant code. """ # For pulling out the spheroid from the spatial reference string. This # regular expression is used only if the user does not have GDAL installed. # TODO: Flattening not used in all ellipsoids, could also be a minor axis, # or 'b' parameter. spheroid_regex = re.compile(r'.+SPHEROID\[\"(?P<name>.+)\",(?P<major>\d+(\.\d+)?),(?P<flattening>\d{3}\.\d+),') # For pulling out the units on platforms w/o GDAL installed. # TODO: Figure out how to pull out angular units of projected coordinate system and # fix for LOCAL_CS types. GDAL should be highly recommended for performing # distance queries. units_regex = re.compile(r'.+UNIT ?\["(?P<unit_name>[\w \'\(\)]+)", ?(?P<unit>[\d\.]+)(,AUTHORITY\["(?P<unit_auth_name>[\w \'\(\)]+)","(?P<unit_auth_val>\d+)"\])?\]([\w ]+)?(,AUTHORITY\["(?P<auth_name>[\w \'\(\)]+)","(?P<auth_val>\d+)"\])?\]$') @property def srs(self): """ Returns a GDAL SpatialReference object, if GDAL is installed. """ if gdal.HAS_GDAL: # TODO: Is caching really necessary here? Is complexity worth it? if hasattr(self, '_srs'): # Returning a clone of the cached SpatialReference object. return self._srs.clone() else: # Attempting to cache a SpatialReference object. # Trying to get from WKT first. try: self._srs = gdal.SpatialReference(self.wkt) return self.srs except Exception, msg: pass try: self._srs = gdal.SpatialReference(self.proj4text) return self.srs except Exception, msg: pass raise Exception('Could not get OSR SpatialReference from WKT: %s\nError:\n%s' % (self.wkt, msg)) else: raise Exception('GDAL is not installed.') @property def ellipsoid(self): """ Returns a tuple of the ellipsoid parameters: (semimajor axis, semiminor axis, and inverse flattening). """ if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.ellipsoid else: m = self.spheroid_regex.match(self.wkt) if m: return (float(m.group('major')), float(m.group('flattening'))) else: return None @property def name(self): "Returns the projection name." return self.srs.name @property def spheroid(self): "Returns the spheroid name for this spatial reference." return self.srs['spheroid'] @property def datum(self): "Returns the datum for this spatial reference." return self.srs['datum'] @property def projected(self): "Is this Spatial Reference projected?" if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.projected else: return self.wkt.startswith('PROJCS') @property def local(self): "Is this Spatial Reference local?" if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.local else: return self.wkt.startswith('LOCAL_CS') @property def geographic(self): "Is this Spatial Reference geographic?" if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.geographic else: return self.wkt.startswith('GEOGCS') @property def linear_name(self): "Returns the linear units name." if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.linear_name elif self.geographic: return None else: m = self.units_regex.match(self.wkt) return m.group('unit_name') @property def linear_units(self): "Returns the linear units." if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.linear_units elif self.geographic: return None else: m = self.units_regex.match(self.wkt) return m.group('unit') @property def angular_name(self): "Returns the name of the angular units." if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.angular_name elif self.projected: return None else: m = self.units_regex.match(self.wkt) return m.group('unit_name') @property def angular_units(self): "Returns the angular units." if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return self.srs.angular_units elif self.projected: return None else: m = self.units_regex.match(self.wkt) return m.group('unit') @property def units(self): "Returns a tuple of the units and the name." if self.projected or self.local: return (self.linear_units, self.linear_name) elif self.geographic: return (self.angular_units, self.angular_name) else: return (None, None) @classmethod def get_units(cls, wkt): """ Class method used by GeometryField on initialization to retrive the units on the given WKT, without having to use any of the database fields. """ if gdal.HAS_GDAL: return gdal.SpatialReference(wkt).units else: m = cls.units_regex.match(wkt) return m.group('unit'), m.group('unit_name') @classmethod def get_spheroid(cls, wkt, string=True): """ Class method used by GeometryField on initialization to retrieve the `SPHEROID[..]` parameters from the given WKT. """ if gdal.HAS_GDAL: srs = gdal.SpatialReference(wkt) sphere_params = srs.ellipsoid sphere_name = srs['spheroid'] else: m = cls.spheroid_regex.match(wkt) if m: sphere_params = (float(m.group('major')), float(m.group('flattening'))) sphere_name = m.group('name') else: return None if not string: return sphere_name, sphere_params else: # `string` parameter used to place in format acceptable by PostGIS if len(sphere_params) == 3: radius, flattening = sphere_params[0], sphere_params[2] else: radius, flattening = sphere_params return 'SPHEROID["%s",%s,%s]' % (sphere_name, radius, flattening) def __unicode__(self): """ Returns the string representation. If GDAL is installed, it will be 'pretty' OGC WKT. """ try: return unicode(self.srs) except: return unicode(self.wkt)
bsd-3-clause
rruebner/odoo
addons/stock_dropshipping/__init__.py
61
1045
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- ############################################################################## # # OpenERP, Open Source Management Solution # Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Tiny SPRL (<http://tiny.be>). # # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Affero 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 Affero General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # ############################################################################## # vim:expandtab:smartindent:tabstop=4:softtabstop=4:shiftwidth=4:
agpl-3.0
guorendong/iridium-browser-ubuntu
chrome/test/remoting/install_and_launch_app.py
79
6848
#!/usr/bin/python # Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved. # Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be # found in the LICENSE file. """A Chromedriver smoke-test that installs and launches a web-app. Args: driver_dir: Location of Chromedriver binary on local machine. profile_dir: A user-data-dir containing login token for the app-user. app_id: App ID of web-app in Chrome web-store. app_window_title: The title of the window that should come up on app launch. TODO(anandc): Reduce the # of parameters required from the command-line. Maybe read from a JSON file. Also, map appID to expected app window title. This script navigates to the app-detail page on Chrome Web Store for the specified app-id. From there, it then installs the app and launches it. It then checks if the resulting new window has the expected title. """ import argparse import os import shutil import tempfile import time from selenium import webdriver from selenium.webdriver.chrome.options import Options CWS_URL = 'https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail' WEBSTORE_BUTTON_LABEL = 'webstore-test-button-label' FREE_BUTTON_XPATH = ( '//div[contains(@class, \"%s\") and text() = \"Free\"]' % (WEBSTORE_BUTTON_LABEL)) LAUNCH_BUTTON_XPATH = ( '//div[contains(@class, \"%s\") and text() = \"Launch app\"]' % (WEBSTORE_BUTTON_LABEL)) WAIT_TIME = 2 def CreateTempProfileDir(source_dir): """Creates a temporary profile directory, for use by the test. This avoids modifying the input user-data-dir by actions that the test performs. Args: source_dir: The directory to copy and place in a temp folder. Returns: tmp_dir: Name of the temporary folder that was created. profile_dir: Name of the profile-dir under the tmp_dir. """ tmp_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp() print 'Created folder %s' % (tmp_dir) profile_dir = os.path.join(tmp_dir, 'testuser') # Copy over previous created profile for this execution of Chrome Driver. shutil.copytree(source_dir, profile_dir) return tmp_dir, profile_dir def ParseCmdLineArgs(): """Parses command line arguments and returns them. Returns: args: Parse command line arguments. """ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument( '-d', '--driver_dir', required=True, help='path to folder where Chromedriver has been installed.') parser.add_argument( '-p', '--profile_dir', required=True, help='path to user-data-dir with trusted-tester signed in.') parser.add_argument( '-a', '--app_id', required=True, help='app-id of web-store app being tested.') parser.add_argument( '-e', '--app_window_title', required=True, help='Title of the app window that we expect to come up.') # Use input json file if specified on command line. args = parser.parse_args() return args def GetLinkAndWait(driver, link_to_get): """Navigates to the specified link. Args: driver: Active window for this Chromedriver instance. link_to_get: URL of the destination. """ driver.get(link_to_get) # TODO(anandc): Is there any event or state we could wait on? For now, # we have hard-coded sleeps. time.sleep(WAIT_TIME) def ClickAndWait(driver, button_xpath): """Clicks button at the specified XPath of the current document. Args: driver: Active window for this Chromedriver instance. button_xpath: XPath in this document to button we want to click. """ button = driver.find_element_by_xpath(button_xpath) button.click() time.sleep(WAIT_TIME) def WindowWithTitleExists(driver, title): """Verifies if one of the open windows has the specified title. Args: driver: Active window for this Chromedriver instance. title: Title of the window we are looking for. Returns: True if an open window in this session with the specified title was found. False otherwise. """ for handle in driver.window_handles: driver.switch_to_window(handle) if driver.title == title: return True return False def main(): args = ParseCmdLineArgs() org_profile_dir = args.profile_dir print 'Creating temp-dir using profile-dir %s' % org_profile_dir tmp_dir, profile_dir = CreateTempProfileDir(org_profile_dir) options = Options() options.add_argument('--user-data-dir=' + profile_dir) # Suppress the confirmation dialog that comes up. # With M39, this flag will no longer work. See https://crbug/357774. # TODO(anandc): Work with a profile-dir that already has extension downloaded, # and also add support for loading extension from a local directory. options.add_argument('--apps-gallery-install-auto-confirm-for-tests=accept') driver = webdriver.Chrome(args.driver_dir, chrome_options=options) try: chrome_apps_link = 'chrome://apps' cws_app_detail_link = '%s/%s' % (CWS_URL, args.app_id) # Navigate to chrome:apps first. # TODO(anandc): Add check to make sure the app we are testing isn't already # added for this user. GetLinkAndWait(driver, chrome_apps_link) # Navigate to the app detail page at the Chrome Web Store. GetLinkAndWait(driver, cws_app_detail_link) # Get the page again, to get all controls. This seems to be a bug, either # in ChromeDriver, or the app-page. Without this additional GET, we don't # get all controls. Even sleeping for 5 seconds doesn't suffice. # TODO(anandc): Investigate why the page doesn't work with just 1 call. GetLinkAndWait(driver, cws_app_detail_link) # Install the app by clicking the button that says "Free". ClickAndWait(driver, FREE_BUTTON_XPATH) # We should now be at a new tab. Get its handle. current_tab = driver.window_handles[-1] # And switch to it. driver.switch_to_window(current_tab) # From this new tab, go to Chrome Apps # TODO(anandc): Add check to make sure the app we are testing is now added. GetLinkAndWait(driver, chrome_apps_link) # Back to the app detail page. GetLinkAndWait(driver, cws_app_detail_link) # Again, do this twice, for reasons noted above. GetLinkAndWait(driver, cws_app_detail_link) # Click to launch the newly installed app. ClickAndWait(driver, LAUNCH_BUTTON_XPATH) # For now, make sure the "connecting" dialog comes up. # TODO(anandc): Add more validation; ideally, wait for the separate app # window to appear. if WindowWithTitleExists(driver, args.app_window_title): print 'Web-App %s launched successfully.' % args.app_window_title else: print 'Web-app %s did not launch successfully.' % args.app_window_title except Exception, e: raise e finally: # Cleanup. print 'Deleting %s' % tmp_dir shutil.rmtree(profile_dir) os.rmdir(tmp_dir) driver.quit() if __name__ == '__main__': main()
bsd-3-clause
rhololkeolke/apo-website
src/flask/exceptions.py
63
1462
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ flask.exceptions ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Flask specific additions to :class:`~werkzeug.exceptions.HTTPException` :copyright: (c) 2011 by Armin Ronacher. :license: BSD, see LICENSE for more details. """ from werkzeug.exceptions import HTTPException, BadRequest from .helpers import json class JSONHTTPException(HTTPException): """A base class for HTTP exceptions with ``Content-Type: application/json``. The ``description`` attribute of this class must set to a string (*not* an HTML string) which describes the error. """ def get_body(self, environ): """Overrides :meth:`werkzeug.exceptions.HTTPException.get_body` to return the description of this error in JSON format instead of HTML. """ return json.dumps(dict(description=self.get_description(environ))) def get_headers(self, environ): """Returns a list of headers including ``Content-Type: application/json``. """ return [('Content-Type', 'application/json')] class JSONBadRequest(JSONHTTPException, BadRequest): """Represents an HTTP ``400 Bad Request`` error whose body contains an error message in JSON format instead of HTML format (as in the superclass). """ #: The description of the error which occurred as a string. description = ( 'The browser (or proxy) sent a request that this server could not ' 'understand.' )
bsd-3-clause
ros2/ci
ros2_batch_job/vendor/osrf_pycommon/osrf_pycommon/process_utils/impl.py
1
12684
# Copyright 2014 Open Source Robotics Foundation, Inc. # # 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 os import sys from .execute_process_nopty import _execute_process_nopty try: from .execute_process_pty import _execute_process_pty except ImportError: # pty doesn't work on Windows, it will fail to import # so fallback to non pty implementation _execute_process_pty = None try: _basestring = basestring # Python 2 except NameError: _basestring = str # Python 3 def execute_process(cmd, cwd=None, env=None, shell=False, emulate_tty=False): """Executes a command with arguments and returns output line by line. All arguments, except ``emulate_tty``, are passed directly to :py:class:`subprocess.Popen`. ``execute_process`` returns a generator which yields the output, line by line, until the subprocess finishes at which point the return code is yielded. This is an example of how this function should be used: .. code-block:: python from __future__ import print_function from osrf_pycommon.process_utils import execute_process cmd = ['ls', '-G'] for line in execute_process(cmd, cwd='/usr'): if isinstance(line, int): # This is a return code, the command has exited print("'{0}' exited with: {1}".format(' '.join(cmd), line)) continue # break would also be appropriate here # In Python 3, it will be a bytes array which needs to be decoded if not isinstance(line, str): line = line.decode('utf-8') # Then print it to the screen print(line, end='') ``stdout`` and ``stderr`` are always captured together and returned line by line through the returned generator. New line characters are preserved in the output, so if re-printing the data take care to use ``end=''`` or first ``rstrip`` the output lines. When ``emulate_tty`` is used on Unix systems, commands will identify that they are on a tty and should output color to the screen as if you were running it on the terminal, and therefore there should not be any need to pass arguments like ``-c color.ui=always`` to commands like ``git``. Additionally, programs might also behave differently in when ``emulate_tty`` is being used, for example, Python will default to unbuffered output when it detects a tty. ``emulate_tty`` works by using psuedo-terminals on Unix machines, and so if you are running this command many times in parallel (like hundreds of times) then you may get one of a few different :py:exc:`OSError`'s. For example, "OSError: [Errno 24] Too many open files: '/dev/ttyp0'" or "OSError: out of pty devices". You should also be aware that you share pty devices with the rest of the system, so even if you are not using a lot, it is possible to get this error. You can catch this error before getting data from the generator, so when using ``emulate_tty`` you might want to do something like this: .. code-block:: python from __future__ import print_function from osrf_pycommon.process_utils import execute_process cmd = ['ls', '-G', '/usr'] try: output = execute_process(cmd, emulate_tty=True) except OSError: output = execute_process(cmd, emulate_tty=False) for line in output: if isinstance(line, int): print("'{0}' exited with: {1}".format(' '.join(cmd), line)) continue # In Python 3, it will be a bytes array which needs to be decoded if not isinstance(line, str): line = line.decode('utf-8') print(line, end='') This way if a pty cannot be opened in order to emulate the tty then you can try again without emulation, and any other :py:exc:`OSError` should raise again with ``emulate_tty`` set to ``False``. Obviously, you only want to do this if emulating the tty is non-critical to your processing, like when you are using it to capture color. Any color information that the command outputs as ANSI escape sequences is captured by this command. That way you can print the output to the screen and preserve the color formatting. If you do not want color to be in the output, then try setting ``emulate_tty`` to ``False``, but that does not guarantee that there is no color in the output, instead it only will cause called processes to identify that they are not being run in a terminal. Most well behaved programs will not output color if they detect that they are not being executed in a terminal, but you shouldn't rely on that. If you want to ensure there is no color in the output from an executed process, then use this function: :py:func:`osrf_pycommon.terminal_color.remove_ansi_escape_senquences` Exceptions can be raised by functions called by the implementation, for example, :py:class:`subprocess.Popen` can raise an :py:exc:`OSError` when the given command is not found. If you want to check for the existence of an executable on the path, see: :py:func:`which`. However, this function itself does not raise any special exceptions. :param list cmd: list of strings with the first item being a command and subsequent items being any arguments to that command; passed directly to :py:class:`subprocess.Popen`. :param str cwd: path in which to run the command, defaults to None which means :py:func:`os.getcwd` is used; passed directly to :py:class:`subprocess.Popen`. :param dict env: environment dictionary to use for executing the command, default is None which uses the :py:obj:`os.environ` environment; passed directly to :py:class:`subprocess.Popen`. :param bool shell: If True the system shell is used to evaluate the command, default is False; passed directly to :py:class:`subprocess.Popen`. :param bool emulate_tty: If True attempts to use a pty to convince subprocess's that they are being run in a terminal. Typically this is useful for capturing colorized output from commands. This does not work on Windows (no pty's), so it is considered False even when True. Defaults to False. :returns: a generator which yields output from the command line by line :rtype: generator which yields strings """ exp_func = _execute_process_nopty if emulate_tty and _execute_process_pty is not None: exp_func = _execute_process_pty for out, err, ret in exp_func(cmd, cwd, env, shell, stderr_to_stdout=True): if ret is None: yield out continue yield ret def execute_process_split( cmd, cwd=None, env=None, shell=False, emulate_tty=False ): """:py:func:`execute_process`, except ``stderr`` is returned separately. Instead of yielding output line by line until yielding a return code, this function always a triplet of ``stdout``, ``stderr``, and return code. Each time only one of the three will not be None. Once you receive a non-None return code (type will be int) there will be no more ``stdout`` or ``stderr``. Therefore you can use the command like this: .. code-block:: python from __future__ import print_function import sys from osrf_pycommon.process_utils import execute_process_split cmd = ['time', 'ls', '-G'] for out, err, ret in execute_process_split(cmd, cwd='/usr'): # In Python 3, it will be a bytes array which needs to be decoded out = out.decode('utf-8') if out is not None else None err = err.decode('utf-8') if err is not None else None if ret is not None: # This is a return code, the command has exited print("'{0}' exited with: {1}".format(' '.join(cmd), ret)) break if out is not None: print(out, end='') if err is not None: print(err, end='', file=sys.stderr) When using this, it is possible that the ``stdout`` and ``stderr`` data can be returned in a different order than what would happen on the terminal. This is due to the fact that the subprocess is given different buffers for ``stdout`` and ``stderr`` and so there is a race condition on the subprocess writing to the different buffers and this command reading the buffers. This can be avoided in most scenarios by using ``emulate_tty``, because of the use of ``pty``'s, though the ordering can still not be guaranteed and the number of ``pty``'s is finite as explained in the documentation for :py:func:`execute_process`. For situations where output ordering between ``stdout`` and ``stderr`` are critical, they should not be returned separately and instead should share one buffer, and so :py:func:`execute_process` should be used. For all other parameters and documentation see: :py:func:`execute_process` """ exp_func = _execute_process_nopty if emulate_tty and _execute_process_pty is not None: exp_func = _execute_process_pty return exp_func(cmd, cwd, env, shell, stderr_to_stdout=False) try: from shutil import which as _which except ImportError: _which = None def _which_backport(cmd, mode=os.F_OK | os.X_OK, path=None): # Check that a given file can be accessed with the correct mode. # Additionally check that `file` is not a directory, as on Windows # directories pass the os.access check. def _access_check(fn, mode): return (os.path.exists(fn) and os.access(fn, mode) and not os.path.isdir(fn)) # If we're given a path with a directory part, look it up directly rather # than referring to PATH directories. This includes checking relative # to the current directory, e.g. ./script if os.path.dirname(cmd): if _access_check(cmd, mode): return cmd return None if path is None: path = os.environ.get("PATH", os.defpath) if not path: return None path = path.split(os.pathsep) if sys.platform == "win32": # The current directory takes precedence on Windows. if os.curdir not in path: path.insert(0, os.curdir) # PATHEXT is necessary to check on Windows. pathext = os.environ.get("PATHEXT", "").split(os.pathsep) # See if the given file matches any of the expected path extensions. # This will allow us to short circuit when given "python.exe". # If it does match, only test that one, otherwise we have to try # others. if any(cmd.lower().endswith(ext.lower()) for ext in pathext): files = [cmd] else: files = [cmd + ext for ext in pathext] else: # On other platforms you don't have things like PATHEXT to tell you # what file suffixes are executable, so just pass on cmd as-is. files = [cmd] seen = set() for directory in path: normdir = os.path.normcase(directory) if normdir not in seen: seen.add(normdir) for thefile in files: name = os.path.join(directory, thefile) if _access_check(name, mode): return name return None def which(cmd, mode=os.F_OK | os.X_OK, path=None, **kwargs): """Given a command, mode, and a PATH string, return the path which conforms to the given mode on the PATH, or None if there is no such file. `mode` defaults to ``os.F_OK | os.X_OK``. `path` defaults to the result of ``os.environ.get("PATH")``, or can be overridden with a custom search path. Backported from :py:func:`shutil.which` (`<https://docs.python.org/3.3/library/shutil.html#shutil.which>`_), available in Python 3.3. """ kwargs.update({'mode': mode, 'path': path}) global _which if _which is not None: return _which(cmd, **kwargs) return _which_backport(cmd, **kwargs)
apache-2.0
huoxudong125/poedit
deps/boost/tools/build/test/core_at_file.py
45
1341
#!/usr/bin/python # Copyright 2011 Steven Watanabe # Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. # (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at # http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt) import BoostBuild t = BoostBuild.Tester(["-ffile.jam"], pass_toolset=0) t.write("file.jam", """\ name = n1 n2 ; contents = M1 M2 ; EXIT file: "@(o$(name) .txt:E= test -D$(contents))" : 0 ; """) t.run_build_system() t.expect_output_lines("file: on1 on2 .txt"); t.expect_addition("on1 on2 .txt") t.expect_content("on1 on2 .txt", " test -DM1 -DM2", True) t.rm(".") t.write("file.jam", """\ name = n1 n2 ; contents = M1 M2 ; actions run { echo file: "@(o$(name) .txt:E= test -D$(contents))" } run all ; """) t.run_build_system(["-d2"]) t.expect_output_lines(' echo file: "on1 on2 .txt" '); t.expect_addition("on1 on2 .txt") t.expect_content("on1 on2 .txt", " test -DM1 -DM2", True) t.rm(".") t.write("file.jam", """\ name = n1 n2 ; contents = M1 M2 ; file = "@($(STDOUT):E= test -D$(contents)\n)" ; actions run { $(file) } run all ; """) t.run_build_system(["-d1"]) t.expect_output_lines(" test -DM1 -DM2") t.rm(".") t.write("file.jam", """\ name = n1 n2 ; contents = M1 M2 ; actions run { @($(STDOUT):E= test -D$(contents)\n) } run all ; """) t.run_build_system(["-d1"]) t.expect_output_lines(" test -DM1 -DM2") t.cleanup()
mit
fjbatresv/odoo
addons/fetchmail/__openerp__.py
260
2887
#-*- coding:utf-8 -*- ############################################################################## # # OpenERP, Open Source Management Solution # Copyright (C) 2004-2009 Tiny SPRL (<http://tiny.be>). All Rights Reserved # mga@openerp.com # # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Affero 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 Affero General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # ############################################################################## { 'name' : 'Email Gateway', 'version' : '1.0', 'depends' : ['mail'], 'author' : 'OpenERP SA', 'category': 'Tools', 'description': """ Retrieve incoming email on POP/IMAP servers. ============================================ Enter the parameters of your POP/IMAP account(s), and any incoming emails on these accounts will be automatically downloaded into your OpenERP system. All POP3/IMAP-compatible servers are supported, included those that require an encrypted SSL/TLS connection. This can be used to easily create email-based workflows for many email-enabled OpenERP documents, such as: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * CRM Leads/Opportunities * CRM Claims * Project Issues * Project Tasks * Human Resource Recruitments (Applicants) Just install the relevant application, and you can assign any of these document types (Leads, Project Issues) to your incoming email accounts. New emails will automatically spawn new documents of the chosen type, so it's a snap to create a mailbox-to-OpenERP integration. Even better: these documents directly act as mini conversations synchronized by email. You can reply from within OpenERP, and the answers will automatically be collected when they come back, and attached to the same *conversation* document. For more specific needs, you may also assign custom-defined actions (technically: Server Actions) to be triggered for each incoming mail. """, 'website': 'https://www.odoo.com/page/mailing', 'data': [ 'fetchmail_data.xml', 'fetchmail_view.xml', 'security/ir.model.access.csv', 'fetchmail_installer_view.xml' ], 'demo': [], 'installable': True, 'auto_install': True, } # vim:expandtab:smartindent:tabstop=4:softtabstop=4:shiftwidth=4:
agpl-3.0
bunnyitvn/webptn
tests/regressiontests/model_inheritance_regress/models.py
60
4929
from __future__ import unicode_literals import datetime from django.db import models from django.utils.encoding import python_2_unicode_compatible @python_2_unicode_compatible class Place(models.Model): name = models.CharField(max_length=50) address = models.CharField(max_length=80) class Meta: ordering = ('name',) def __str__(self): return "%s the place" % self.name @python_2_unicode_compatible class Restaurant(Place): serves_hot_dogs = models.BooleanField() serves_pizza = models.BooleanField() def __str__(self): return "%s the restaurant" % self.name @python_2_unicode_compatible class ItalianRestaurant(Restaurant): serves_gnocchi = models.BooleanField() def __str__(self): return "%s the italian restaurant" % self.name @python_2_unicode_compatible class ParkingLot(Place): # An explicit link to the parent (we can control the attribute name). parent = models.OneToOneField(Place, primary_key=True, parent_link=True) capacity = models.IntegerField() def __str__(self): return "%s the parking lot" % self.name class ParkingLot2(Place): # In lieu of any other connector, an existing OneToOneField will be # promoted to the primary key. parent = models.OneToOneField(Place) class ParkingLot3(Place): # The parent_link connector need not be the pk on the model. primary_key = models.AutoField(primary_key=True) parent = models.OneToOneField(Place, parent_link=True) class Supplier(models.Model): restaurant = models.ForeignKey(Restaurant) class Wholesaler(Supplier): retailer = models.ForeignKey(Supplier,related_name='wholesale_supplier') class Parent(models.Model): created = models.DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now) class Child(Parent): name = models.CharField(max_length=10) class SelfRefParent(models.Model): parent_data = models.IntegerField() self_data = models.ForeignKey('self', null=True) class SelfRefChild(SelfRefParent): child_data = models.IntegerField() @python_2_unicode_compatible class Article(models.Model): headline = models.CharField(max_length=100) pub_date = models.DateTimeField() class Meta: ordering = ('-pub_date', 'headline') def __str__(self): return self.headline class ArticleWithAuthor(Article): author = models.CharField(max_length=100) class M2MBase(models.Model): articles = models.ManyToManyField(Article) class M2MChild(M2MBase): name = models.CharField(max_length=50) class Evaluation(Article): quality = models.IntegerField() class Meta: abstract = True class QualityControl(Evaluation): assignee = models.CharField(max_length=50) @python_2_unicode_compatible class BaseM(models.Model): base_name = models.CharField(max_length=100) def __str__(self): return self.base_name @python_2_unicode_compatible class DerivedM(BaseM): customPK = models.IntegerField(primary_key=True) derived_name = models.CharField(max_length=100) def __str__(self): return "PK = %d, base_name = %s, derived_name = %s" \ % (self.customPK, self.base_name, self.derived_name) class AuditBase(models.Model): planned_date = models.DateField() class Meta: abstract = True verbose_name_plural = 'Audits' class CertificationAudit(AuditBase): class Meta(AuditBase.Meta): abstract = True class InternalCertificationAudit(CertificationAudit): auditing_dept = models.CharField(max_length=20) # Check that abstract classes don't get m2m tables autocreated. @python_2_unicode_compatible class Person(models.Model): name = models.CharField(max_length=100) class Meta: ordering = ('name',) def __str__(self): return self.name @python_2_unicode_compatible class AbstractEvent(models.Model): name = models.CharField(max_length=100) attendees = models.ManyToManyField(Person, related_name="%(class)s_set") class Meta: abstract = True ordering = ('name',) def __str__(self): return self.name class BirthdayParty(AbstractEvent): pass class BachelorParty(AbstractEvent): pass class MessyBachelorParty(BachelorParty): pass # Check concrete -> abstract -> concrete inheritance class SearchableLocation(models.Model): keywords = models.CharField(max_length=256) class Station(SearchableLocation): name = models.CharField(max_length=128) class Meta: abstract = True class BusStation(Station): bus_routes = models.CommaSeparatedIntegerField(max_length=128) inbound = models.BooleanField() class TrainStation(Station): zone = models.IntegerField() class User(models.Model): username = models.CharField(max_length=30, unique=True) class Profile(User): profile_id = models.AutoField(primary_key=True) extra = models.CharField(max_length=30, blank=True)
bsd-3-clause
xydinesh/flask-restful
jinja2/testsuite/regression.py
90
7583
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ jinja2.testsuite.regression ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tests corner cases and bugs. :copyright: (c) 2010 by the Jinja Team. :license: BSD, see LICENSE for more details. """ import unittest from jinja2.testsuite import JinjaTestCase from jinja2 import Template, Environment, DictLoader, TemplateSyntaxError, \ TemplateNotFound, PrefixLoader env = Environment() class CornerTestCase(JinjaTestCase): def test_assigned_scoping(self): t = env.from_string(''' {%- for item in (1, 2, 3, 4) -%} [{{ item }}] {%- endfor %} {{- item -}} ''') assert t.render(item=42) == '[1][2][3][4]42' t = env.from_string(''' {%- for item in (1, 2, 3, 4) -%} [{{ item }}] {%- endfor %} {%- set item = 42 %} {{- item -}} ''') assert t.render() == '[1][2][3][4]42' t = env.from_string(''' {%- set item = 42 %} {%- for item in (1, 2, 3, 4) -%} [{{ item }}] {%- endfor %} {{- item -}} ''') assert t.render() == '[1][2][3][4]42' def test_closure_scoping(self): t = env.from_string(''' {%- set wrapper = "<FOO>" %} {%- for item in (1, 2, 3, 4) %} {%- macro wrapper() %}[{{ item }}]{% endmacro %} {{- wrapper() }} {%- endfor %} {{- wrapper -}} ''') assert t.render() == '[1][2][3][4]<FOO>' t = env.from_string(''' {%- for item in (1, 2, 3, 4) %} {%- macro wrapper() %}[{{ item }}]{% endmacro %} {{- wrapper() }} {%- endfor %} {%- set wrapper = "<FOO>" %} {{- wrapper -}} ''') assert t.render() == '[1][2][3][4]<FOO>' t = env.from_string(''' {%- for item in (1, 2, 3, 4) %} {%- macro wrapper() %}[{{ item }}]{% endmacro %} {{- wrapper() }} {%- endfor %} {{- wrapper -}} ''') assert t.render(wrapper=23) == '[1][2][3][4]23' class BugTestCase(JinjaTestCase): def test_keyword_folding(self): env = Environment() env.filters['testing'] = lambda value, some: value + some assert env.from_string("{{ 'test'|testing(some='stuff') }}") \ .render() == 'teststuff' def test_extends_output_bugs(self): env = Environment(loader=DictLoader({ 'parent.html': '(({% block title %}{% endblock %}))' })) t = env.from_string('{% if expr %}{% extends "parent.html" %}{% endif %}' '[[{% block title %}title{% endblock %}]]' '{% for item in [1, 2, 3] %}({{ item }}){% endfor %}') assert t.render(expr=False) == '[[title]](1)(2)(3)' assert t.render(expr=True) == '((title))' def test_urlize_filter_escaping(self): tmpl = env.from_string('{{ "http://www.example.org/<foo"|urlize }}') assert tmpl.render() == '<a href="http://www.example.org/&lt;foo">http://www.example.org/&lt;foo</a>' def test_loop_call_loop(self): tmpl = env.from_string(''' {% macro test() %} {{ caller() }} {% endmacro %} {% for num1 in range(5) %} {% call test() %} {% for num2 in range(10) %} {{ loop.index }} {% endfor %} {% endcall %} {% endfor %} ''') assert tmpl.render().split() == map(unicode, range(1, 11)) * 5 def test_weird_inline_comment(self): env = Environment(line_statement_prefix='%') self.assert_raises(TemplateSyntaxError, env.from_string, '% for item in seq {# missing #}\n...% endfor') def test_old_macro_loop_scoping_bug(self): tmpl = env.from_string('{% for i in (1, 2) %}{{ i }}{% endfor %}' '{% macro i() %}3{% endmacro %}{{ i() }}') assert tmpl.render() == '123' def test_partial_conditional_assignments(self): tmpl = env.from_string('{% if b %}{% set a = 42 %}{% endif %}{{ a }}') assert tmpl.render(a=23) == '23' assert tmpl.render(b=True) == '42' def test_stacked_locals_scoping_bug(self): env = Environment(line_statement_prefix='#') t = env.from_string('''\ # for j in [1, 2]: # set x = 1 # for i in [1, 2]: # print x # if i % 2 == 0: # set x = x + 1 # endif # endfor # endfor # if a # print 'A' # elif b # print 'B' # elif c == d # print 'C' # else # print 'D' # endif ''') assert t.render(a=0, b=False, c=42, d=42.0) == '1111C' def test_stacked_locals_scoping_bug_twoframe(self): t = Template(''' {% set x = 1 %} {% for item in foo %} {% if item == 1 %} {% set x = 2 %} {% endif %} {% endfor %} {{ x }} ''') rv = t.render(foo=[1]).strip() assert rv == u'1' def test_call_with_args(self): t = Template("""{% macro dump_users(users) -%} <ul> {%- for user in users -%} <li><p>{{ user.username|e }}</p>{{ caller(user) }}</li> {%- endfor -%} </ul> {%- endmacro -%} {% call(user) dump_users(list_of_user) -%} <dl> <dl>Realname</dl> <dd>{{ user.realname|e }}</dd> <dl>Description</dl> <dd>{{ user.description }}</dd> </dl> {% endcall %}""") assert [x.strip() for x in t.render(list_of_user=[{ 'username':'apo', 'realname':'something else', 'description':'test' }]).splitlines()] == [ u'<ul><li><p>apo</p><dl>', u'<dl>Realname</dl>', u'<dd>something else</dd>', u'<dl>Description</dl>', u'<dd>test</dd>', u'</dl>', u'</li></ul>' ] def test_empty_if_condition_fails(self): self.assert_raises(TemplateSyntaxError, Template, '{% if %}....{% endif %}') self.assert_raises(TemplateSyntaxError, Template, '{% if foo %}...{% elif %}...{% endif %}') self.assert_raises(TemplateSyntaxError, Template, '{% for x in %}..{% endfor %}') def test_recursive_loop_bug(self): tpl1 = Template(""" {% for p in foo recursive%} {{p.bar}} {% for f in p.fields recursive%} {{f.baz}} {{p.bar}} {% if f.rec %} {{ loop(f.sub) }} {% endif %} {% endfor %} {% endfor %} """) tpl2 = Template(""" {% for p in foo%} {{p.bar}} {% for f in p.fields recursive%} {{f.baz}} {{p.bar}} {% if f.rec %} {{ loop(f.sub) }} {% endif %} {% endfor %} {% endfor %} """) def test_correct_prefix_loader_name(self): env = Environment(loader=PrefixLoader({ 'foo': DictLoader({}) })) try: env.get_template('foo/bar.html') except TemplateNotFound, e: assert e.name == 'foo/bar.html' else: assert False, 'expected error here' def suite(): suite = unittest.TestSuite() suite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(CornerTestCase)) suite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(BugTestCase)) return suite
apache-2.0
pigeonflight/strider-plone
docker/appengine/lib/django-1.2/django/contrib/localflavor/jp/jp_prefectures.py
543
2089
from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy JP_PREFECTURES = ( ('hokkaido', ugettext_lazy('Hokkaido'),), ('aomori', ugettext_lazy('Aomori'),), ('iwate', ugettext_lazy('Iwate'),), ('miyagi', ugettext_lazy('Miyagi'),), ('akita', ugettext_lazy('Akita'),), ('yamagata', ugettext_lazy('Yamagata'),), ('fukushima', ugettext_lazy('Fukushima'),), ('ibaraki', ugettext_lazy('Ibaraki'),), ('tochigi', ugettext_lazy('Tochigi'),), ('gunma', ugettext_lazy('Gunma'),), ('saitama', ugettext_lazy('Saitama'),), ('chiba', ugettext_lazy('Chiba'),), ('tokyo', ugettext_lazy('Tokyo'),), ('kanagawa', ugettext_lazy('Kanagawa'),), ('yamanashi', ugettext_lazy('Yamanashi'),), ('nagano', ugettext_lazy('Nagano'),), ('niigata', ugettext_lazy('Niigata'),), ('toyama', ugettext_lazy('Toyama'),), ('ishikawa', ugettext_lazy('Ishikawa'),), ('fukui', ugettext_lazy('Fukui'),), ('gifu', ugettext_lazy('Gifu'),), ('shizuoka', ugettext_lazy('Shizuoka'),), ('aichi', ugettext_lazy('Aichi'),), ('mie', ugettext_lazy('Mie'),), ('shiga', ugettext_lazy('Shiga'),), ('kyoto', ugettext_lazy('Kyoto'),), ('osaka', ugettext_lazy('Osaka'),), ('hyogo', ugettext_lazy('Hyogo'),), ('nara', ugettext_lazy('Nara'),), ('wakayama', ugettext_lazy('Wakayama'),), ('tottori', ugettext_lazy('Tottori'),), ('shimane', ugettext_lazy('Shimane'),), ('okayama', ugettext_lazy('Okayama'),), ('hiroshima', ugettext_lazy('Hiroshima'),), ('yamaguchi', ugettext_lazy('Yamaguchi'),), ('tokushima', ugettext_lazy('Tokushima'),), ('kagawa', ugettext_lazy('Kagawa'),), ('ehime', ugettext_lazy('Ehime'),), ('kochi', ugettext_lazy('Kochi'),), ('fukuoka', ugettext_lazy('Fukuoka'),), ('saga', ugettext_lazy('Saga'),), ('nagasaki', ugettext_lazy('Nagasaki'),), ('kumamoto', ugettext_lazy('Kumamoto'),), ('oita', ugettext_lazy('Oita'),), ('miyazaki', ugettext_lazy('Miyazaki'),), ('kagoshima', ugettext_lazy('Kagoshima'),), ('okinawa', ugettext_lazy('Okinawa'),), )
mit
devanshdalal/scikit-learn
examples/gaussian_process/plot_gpr_noisy_targets.py
64
3706
""" ========================================================= Gaussian Processes regression: basic introductory example ========================================================= A simple one-dimensional regression example computed in two different ways: 1. A noise-free case 2. A noisy case with known noise-level per datapoint In both cases, the kernel's parameters are estimated using the maximum likelihood principle. The figures illustrate the interpolating property of the Gaussian Process model as well as its probabilistic nature in the form of a pointwise 95% confidence interval. Note that the parameter ``alpha`` is applied as a Tikhonov regularization of the assumed covariance between the training points. """ print(__doc__) # Author: Vincent Dubourg <vincent.dubourg@gmail.com> # Jake Vanderplas <vanderplas@astro.washington.edu> # Jan Hendrik Metzen <jhm@informatik.uni-bremen.de>s # License: BSD 3 clause import numpy as np from matplotlib import pyplot as plt from sklearn.gaussian_process import GaussianProcessRegressor from sklearn.gaussian_process.kernels import RBF, ConstantKernel as C np.random.seed(1) def f(x): """The function to predict.""" return x * np.sin(x) # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- # First the noiseless case X = np.atleast_2d([1., 3., 5., 6., 7., 8.]).T # Observations y = f(X).ravel() # Mesh the input space for evaluations of the real function, the prediction and # its MSE x = np.atleast_2d(np.linspace(0, 10, 1000)).T # Instanciate a Gaussian Process model kernel = C(1.0, (1e-3, 1e3)) * RBF(10, (1e-2, 1e2)) gp = GaussianProcessRegressor(kernel=kernel, n_restarts_optimizer=9) # Fit to data using Maximum Likelihood Estimation of the parameters gp.fit(X, y) # Make the prediction on the meshed x-axis (ask for MSE as well) y_pred, sigma = gp.predict(x, return_std=True) # Plot the function, the prediction and the 95% confidence interval based on # the MSE fig = plt.figure() plt.plot(x, f(x), 'r:', label=u'$f(x) = x\,\sin(x)$') plt.plot(X, y, 'r.', markersize=10, label=u'Observations') plt.plot(x, y_pred, 'b-', label=u'Prediction') plt.fill(np.concatenate([x, x[::-1]]), np.concatenate([y_pred - 1.9600 * sigma, (y_pred + 1.9600 * sigma)[::-1]]), alpha=.5, fc='b', ec='None', label='95% confidence interval') plt.xlabel('$x$') plt.ylabel('$f(x)$') plt.ylim(-10, 20) plt.legend(loc='upper left') # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- # now the noisy case X = np.linspace(0.1, 9.9, 20) X = np.atleast_2d(X).T # Observations and noise y = f(X).ravel() dy = 0.5 + 1.0 * np.random.random(y.shape) noise = np.random.normal(0, dy) y += noise # Instanciate a Gaussian Process model gp = GaussianProcessRegressor(kernel=kernel, alpha=(dy / y) ** 2, n_restarts_optimizer=10) # Fit to data using Maximum Likelihood Estimation of the parameters gp.fit(X, y) # Make the prediction on the meshed x-axis (ask for MSE as well) y_pred, sigma = gp.predict(x, return_std=True) # Plot the function, the prediction and the 95% confidence interval based on # the MSE fig = plt.figure() plt.plot(x, f(x), 'r:', label=u'$f(x) = x\,\sin(x)$') plt.errorbar(X.ravel(), y, dy, fmt='r.', markersize=10, label=u'Observations') plt.plot(x, y_pred, 'b-', label=u'Prediction') plt.fill(np.concatenate([x, x[::-1]]), np.concatenate([y_pred - 1.9600 * sigma, (y_pred + 1.9600 * sigma)[::-1]]), alpha=.5, fc='b', ec='None', label='95% confidence interval') plt.xlabel('$x$') plt.ylabel('$f(x)$') plt.ylim(-10, 20) plt.legend(loc='upper left') plt.show()
bsd-3-clause
pmidford/arachadmin
models/db.py
1
17623
import os from ConfigParser import SafeConfigParser defaults = dict( host="localhost", user="user", password="userpass", dbname="arachadmin") conf = SafeConfigParser(defaults) user = password = dbname = host = '' if os.path.isfile("applications/%s/private/localconfig" % request.application): conf.read("applications/%s/private/localconfig" % request.application) host = conf.get("db", "host") user = conf.get("db", "user") password = conf.get("db", "password") dbname = conf.get("db", "dbname") else: conf.read("applications/%s/private/config" % request.application) host = conf.get("db", "host") user = conf.get("db", "user") password = conf.get("db", "password") dbname = conf.get("db", "dbname") db = DAL("mysql://%s:%s@%s/%s" % (user, password, host, dbname), migrate=False) # table of source and generated id's - this makes sure that generated id's are # unique across appropriate tables (publications, individuals, participants, etc.) db.define_table( 'uidset', Field('source_id', 'string', length=256), Field('generated_id', 'string', length=64, unique=True), Field('ref_id', 'string', length=64, unique=True), migrate=False) # table of curation status (steps in curation process) db.define_table( 'publication_curation', Field('status', 'string', writable=False, length=31), format='%(status)s', migrate=False) # minimal implementation of authorship - primarily for display and query db.define_table( 'author', Field('last_name', 'string', writable=False, length=63), Field('given_names', 'string', writable=False, length=63), Field('assigned_id', 'string'), Field('generated_id', 'string', writable=False), Field('merge_set', 'reference author_merge', ondelete='NO ACTION'), format='%(last_name)s', migrate=False) # used for joining different representations of one author db.define_table( 'author_merge', Field('preferred', 'reference author', ondelete='NO ACTION'), format='%(id)s', migrate=False) def render_citation(p): """ generates a (hopefull unique) citation string for a publication that will fit in a dropdown """ import publication_tools return publication_tools.make_citation(p.author_list,p.publication_year) # main table for publications - reflects a spreadsheet used previously db.define_table( 'publication', Field('publication_type', 'string', length=31), Field('dispensation', 'string', length=31), Field('downloaded', 'date'), Field('reviewed', 'date'), Field('title', 'text', length=255), Field('alternate_title', 'text', length=255), Field('author_list', 'text'), Field('editor_list', 'text'), Field('source_publication', 'string'), Field('volume', 'integer'), Field('issue', 'string'), Field('serial_identifier', 'string'), Field('page_range', 'string'), Field('publication_date', 'string'), Field('publication_year', 'string'), Field('doi', 'string'), Field('generated_id', 'string', writable=False), Field( 'curation_status', 'reference publication_curation', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'publication_curation.id', '%(status)s'))), Field('curation_update', 'datetime'), Field('uidset','reference uidset', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db,'uidset.id','%(id)s'))), format=render_citation, migrate=False) # allows ordering of authors on a publication db.define_table('authorship', Field('publication', 'reference publication', requires=IS_IN_DB(db, 'publication.id', '%(author_list)s'), ondelete='CASCADE'), Field('author', 'reference author', requires=IS_IN_DB(db, 'author.id', '%(last_name)s, %(first_name)s'), ondelete='CASCADE'), Field('position', 'integer'), format='%(publication)s', migrate=False) # should capture synonyms of a term db.define_table('synonym', Field('text', 'string', length=512), Field('term', 'reference term'), migrate=False) # represents an individual organism, body part, substrate, etc. db.define_table('individual', Field('source_id', 'string', length=512), Field('generated_id', 'string', length=512, writable=False), Field('label', 'string', length=64), Field('term', 'reference term'), Field('uidset', 'reference uidset'), migrate=False) def render_narrative(n): """ generates a printable representation for a narrative """ if n.label: return n.label return 'unlabelled narrative' db.define_table('narrative', Field('publication', 'reference publication', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('label', 'string', length=64), Field('description', 'string', length=512), Field('generated_id', 'string', length=512, writable=False), Field('uidset', 'reference uidset'), format='%(label)s', migrate=False) # individuals are necessarily associated with at least one narrative db.define_table('individual2narrative', Field('individual', 'reference individual'), Field('narrative', 'reference narrative'), migrate=False) # list of names subsets of concept space (taxonomy, chemistry, etc.) db.define_table('domain', Field('name', 'string'), format='%(name)s', migrate=False) # people or groups responsible for source ontologies db.define_table('authority', Field('name', 'string'), Field('uri', 'string'), Field('domain', 'reference domain', ondelete='NO ACTION'), format='%(name)s', migrate=False) # OWL (object?) properties from source ontologies db.define_table('property', Field('source_id', 'string', length=256), Field('authority', 'reference authority', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('label', 'string', length=64), Field('generated_id', # bogus 'string', length=64, writable=False), Field('comment','string', length=512), format='%(label)s', migrate=False) # util; probably should be somewhere else def get_property(uri): return db(db.property.source_id == uri).select().first().id # owl classes from source ontologies db.define_table('term', Field('source_id', 'string'), Field('authority', 'reference authority', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('domain', 'reference domain', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('label', 'string'), Field('generated_id', # bogus 'string', writable=False), Field('comment', 'string'), Field('uidset', 'reference uidset'), format='%(label)s', migrate=False) # set of domains used for defining filters behavior_domain_id = db(db.domain.name == 'behavior').select().first().id behavior_domain = db(db.term.domain == behavior_domain_id) anatomy_domain_id = db(db.domain.name == 'anatomy').select().first().id anatomy_domain = db(db.term.domain == anatomy_domain_id) # need to fix this taxonomy_domain_id = db(db.domain.name == 'taxonomy').select().first().id taxon_domain = db(db.term.domain == taxonomy_domain_id) evidence_domain_id = db(db.domain.name == 'evidence').select().first().id evidence_domain = db(db.term.domain == evidence_domain_id) environment_domain_id = db(db.domain.name == 'environment').select().first().id # this is both incomplete and partially incorrect substrate_domains = db(db.domain.name == environment_domain_id) # participant may be individuals or one of several class expression types # this table holds the options db.define_table('participant_type', Field('label', 'string', length=20), migrate=False) # holds a class or individual (see pelement2term, pelement2individual) db.define_table('participant_element', Field('type', 'reference participant_type', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'participant_type.id', '%(label)s'))), Field('participant', 'reference participant', ondelete='NO ACTION'), migrate=False) # links parent to child participant_elements - chains may branch though none do # yet db.define_table('participant_link', Field('child', 'reference participant_element', ondelete='SET NULL'), Field('parent', 'reference participant_element', ondelete='SET NULL'), Field('property', 'reference property', ondelete='NO ACTION'), migrate=False) # associates a pelement with a term db.define_table('pelement2term', Field('element', 'reference participant_element', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('term', 'reference term', ondelete='NO ACTION'), migrate=False) # associates a pelement with an individual db.define_table('pelement2individual', Field('element', 'reference participant_element', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('individual', 'reference individual', ondelete='NO ACTION'), migrate=False) # this is used to capture taxa that aren't in NCBI yet db.define_table('taxon', Field('name', 'string', length=512), Field('author', 'string', length=512), Field('year', 'string', length=512), Field('external_id', 'string', length=64), Field('authority', 'reference authority', ondelete='NO ACTION'), Field('parent', 'reference taxon', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'taxon.id', '%(name)s'))), Field('generated_id', 'string', length=512, writable=False), Field('parent_term', 'reference term'), Field('merged', 'boolean', writable=False), Field('merge_status', 'string', length=64), Field('uidset', 'reference uidset'), format='%(name)s', migrate=False) db.taxon.parent_term.requires = IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(taxon_domain, 'term.id', '%(label)s')) db.define_table('taxonomy_authority', Field('name', 'string', length=512), format='%(name)s', migrate=False) db.define_table('evidence_code', Field('long_name', 'string', length=512), Field('obo_id', 'string', length=512), Field('code', 'string', length=512), migrate=False) def render_participant(r): """ generates pidgin functional owl syntax for a participant """ if r.label: return r.label if r.quantification == 'some': quan = 'some' else: quan = '' if r.anatomy and r.taxon: head = "%s of %s" % (db.term(r.anatomy).label, db.term(r.taxon).label) elif r.taxon: head = str(db.term(r.taxon).label) elif r.substrate: head = str(db.term(r.substrate).label) else: head = "Undefined participant" return "%s %s" % (quan, head) VALID_QUANTIFICATIONS = ["some", "individual"] # although not empty, the taxon, anatomy, and substrate fields are obsolete db.define_table('participant', Field('taxon', 'reference term'), Field('anatomy', 'reference term'), Field('substrate', 'reference term', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'term.id', '%(label)s'))), Field('quantification', 'string', length=16, requires=IS_NULL_OR(IS_IN_SET(VALID_QUANTIFICATIONS))), Field('label', 'string'), Field('publication_taxon', 'string'), Field('publication_anatomy', 'string'), Field('publication_substrate', 'string'), Field('generated_id', 'string', writable=False), Field('publication_text', 'string', length=512), ##TODO: remove Field('participation_property', 'reference property'), Field('head_element', 'reference participant_element', writable=False), Field('uidset', 'reference uidset'), format=render_participant, migrate=False) db.participant.taxon.requires = IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(taxon_domain, 'term.id', '%(label)s')) db.participant.anatomy.requires = IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(anatomy_domain, 'term.id', '%(label)s')) # substrate_domains is the correct set here, if it were correct db.participant.substrate.requires = IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(substrate_domains, 'term.id', '%(label)s')) db.define_table('claim', Field('publication', db.publication), Field('narrative', 'reference narrative', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'narrative.id', render_narrative))), Field('publication_behavior', 'string'), Field('behavior_term', 'reference term', notnull=True), Field('primary_participant', # remove? 'reference participant', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'participant.id', render_participant))), Field('evidence', 'reference evidence_code'), Field('generated_id', 'string', writable=False), Field('uidset', 'reference uidset'), format='Claim: %(generated_id)s', migrate=False) db.claim.behavior_term.requires = IS_IN_DB(behavior_domain, 'term.id', '%(label)s') db.define_table('participant2claim', Field('claim', 'reference claim'), Field('participant', 'reference participant'), Field('property', 'reference property'), migrate=False) # defines the source of a supporting ontology # name - human friendly name of the ontology # source_url - cannonical location for loading the ontology # (e.g., a purl that redirects) # processing - specifies a set of rules for processing the ontology file # last_update - timestamp on the file in the cannonical location # last time it was checked # authority - generally the maintainer of the ontology # domain - semantic domain (e.g., taxonomy, behavior, etc.) # covered by the ontology db.define_table('ontology_source', Field('name', 'string', length=512), Field('source_url', 'string', length=512), Field('processing', 'reference ontology_processing', requires=IS_EMPTY_OR(IS_IN_DB(db, 'ontology_processing.id', '%(type_name)s'))), Field('last_update', 'datetime', writable=False), Field('authority', 'reference authority'), Field('domain', 'reference domain', ondelete='NO ACTION'), format='Ontology: %(name)', migrate=False) db.define_table('ontology_processing', Field('type_name', 'string', length=512), format='Ontology processing: %(type_name)', migrate=False)
mit
jalilag/apspir
objedit/gnosis/util/convert/txt2dw.py
2
13950
#!/usr/bin/python __oneliner__="Convert ASCII source files for XML presentation" __longdoc__=""" This program is not yet particularly smart, and will produce undefined output (or even traceback) if the source file does not meet expected format. With time, it may get better about this. Usage: python txt2dw.py < MyArticle.txt > MyArticle.xml ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Expected input format for [SMART_ASCII] #--- Paragraph rules: ---# - Title occurs on first line of document, unindented and in all caps. - Subtitle occurs on second line, unindented and in mixed case. - Name, affiliation, date occur, unindented and in mixed case, on lines 4-6. - Section headings are preceded by two blank lines, unindented, in all caps, followed by one line of 72 dashes and one blank line. - Regular text paragraphs are block style, and are indented two spaces. - Block quotations are indented four spaces, rather than the two of original text. - Code samples are indented six spaces (with internal indentation of code lines in the proper relative position). - Code samples may begin with a line indicating a title for that block. If present, this title is indented the same six spaces as the rest of the block, and begins and ends with a pound sign ('#'). Dashes are used to fill space within the title for ASCII asthetics. - #--- Character rules: ---# - All character markup has the pattern: whitespace-symbol-words(s)-symbol-whitespace Examples are given, and this can be searched for programmatically. The use of character markup applies *only* to text paragraphs, *not* to code samples! - Asterisks are used for an inflectional emphasis. For example, "All good boys *deserve* fudge." This would typically be indicated typographically with boldface or italics. - Underscores are used for book/journal citation. For example, "Knuth's _Art of Computer Programming_ is essential." This would typically be indicated typographically with italics or underline. - Single-stroke is used to indicate filenames and function names. For example, "Every C program has a 'main()' function." This might be indicated typographically by a fixed font, by boldface, or simply by single-quotes. - Braces are used to indicate a module, package or library. For example, "The [cre] module will replace [re] in Python 1.6." This will probably be indicated typographically as a fixed font. - Double-stroke is used as either inline quotation or scare quotes. For example, "It may not be as "easy" as suggested." In either case, typographic quotes are probably the best format; italics would make some sense also. - Parenthesis are used, and should be preserved as is. - Angle brackets and curly brackets have no special meaning yet. I may choose to use those if there is something I think the above forms do not capture. - Em-dashes, diacritics, ligatures, and typographic quotations are not available, and standard ASCII approximations are used. - #--- Miscellany: ---# - URL's are automatically transformed into a hotlink. Basically, anything that starts with 'http://', 'ftp://', 'file://' or 'gopher://' looks like a URL to the program. """ __doc__=__oneliner__+__longdoc__ __comments__=""" This script utilizes the services of the Marc-Andre Lemburg's Python Highlighter for HTML (v0.5+) [py2html]. [py2html] in turn relies on Just van Rossum's [PyFontify] (v.0.3.1+) If these are not present, Txt2HTML hopes to degrade gracefully, but will not provide syntax highlighting for Python source code. """ __author__=["David Mertz (mertz@gnosis.cx)",] __copyright__=""" This file is released to the public domain. I (dqm) would appreciate it if you choose to keep derived works under terms that promote freedom, but obviously am giving up any rights to compel such. """ __version__="version 0.1 (August 2001)" #-- import stuff, or at least try import sys, re, string, time from urllib import urlopen from cStringIO import * try: import dw_colorize py_formatter = 1 except: py_formatter = 0 #-- Define some XML boilerplate code_block = """ <heading refname="code1" type="code" toc="yes">%s</heading> <code type="section">%s</code>""" #-- End of boilerplate def main(): #-- Setup the regex list blankln = re.compile("^$") headln = re.compile("\S") # no indent textln = re.compile(" ? ?\S") # 1-3 spaces indent quoteln = re.compile(" \S") # 4 spaces indent codeln = re.compile("^ ") # 6+ spaces indent re_list = (blankln, headln, textln, quoteln, codeln) #-- Process as needed for input type blocks = Make_Blocks(sys.stdin, re_list) Process_Blocks(blocks) def Make_Blocks(fhin, re_list): #-- Initialize the globals global state, blocks, bl_num, newblock state = "HEADER" blocks = [""] bl_num = 0 newblock = 1 #-- Unpack the regex list blankln, headln, textln, quoteln, codeln = re_list #-- Break the file into relevant chunks for line in fhin.readlines(): line = string.rstrip(line)+'\n' # Need to normalize line endings! if state == "HEADER": # blank line means new block of ?? if blankln.match(line): newblock = 1 elif textln.match(line): startText(line) elif quoteln.match(line): startQuote(line) elif codeln.match(line): startCode(line) else: if newblock: startHead(line) else: blocks[bl_num] += line elif state == "TEXT": # blank line means new block of ?? if blankln.match(line): newblock = 1 elif headln.match(line): startHead(line) elif quoteln.match(line): startQuote(line) elif codeln.match(line): startCode(line) else: if newblock: startText(line) else: blocks[bl_num] += line elif state == "QUOTE": # blank line means new block of ?? if blankln.match(line): newblock = 1 elif headln.match(line): startHead(line) elif textln.match(line): startText(line) # do not transition quote->code without a blank line # elif codeln.match(line): startCode(line) else: if newblock: startQuote(line) else: blocks[bl_num] += line elif state == "CODE": # blank line does not change state if blankln.match(line): blocks[bl_num] = blocks[bl_num] + line elif headln.match(line): startHead(line) elif textln.match(line): startText(line) else: blocks[bl_num] += line else: raise ValueError, "unexpected input block state: "+state return blocks def Process_Blocks(blocks): # Process all blocks, then write out headers and body print '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>' print '<?xml-stylesheet' print ' href="http://gnosis.cx/publish/programming/dW.css"' print ' type="text/css"?>' print '<article ratings="auto" toc="auto">' # Title elements head = Detag(blocks[1].replace('[HEAD]','')) maintitle, subtitle = head.split('\n')[:2] series, paper = maintitle.split(':') #-- print ' <seriestitle>%s</seriestitle>' % series print ' <papertitle>%s</papertitle>' % Typography(paper) print ' <subtitle>%s</subtitle>' % Typography(subtitle) # Author and category elements author = Detag(blocks[2].replace('[HEAD]','')) name, status, date = author.split('\n')[:3] jobtitle, company = status.split(',',1) month, year = date.split() bio = blocks.pop().replace('[TEXT]','').split('\n') # Expect: {Picture of Author: http://gnosis.cx/cgi-bin/img_dqm.cgi} biopic = bio[0].split(':',1)[1].strip()[:-1] biotxt = Detag(' '+'\n '.join(bio[1:-1])) #-- print ' <author company="%s"' % company print ' jobtitle="%s"' % jobtitle print ' name="%s">' % name print ' <img src="%s" />' % biopic print '%s' % URLify(Typography(Detag(biotxt))) print ' </author>' print ' <date month="%s" year="%s" />' % (month,year) print ' <zone name="xml" />' print ' <meta name="KEYWORDS" content="Mertz" />' # The abstract goes here block = blocks[3] fixabstract(block[6:]) # Massage each block as needed for block in blocks[4:]: if block[:6]=='[CODE]': fixcode(block[6:]) elif block[:6]=='[QUOT]': fixquote(block[6:]) elif block[:6]=='[TEXT]': fixtext(block[6:]) elif block[:6]=='[HEAD]': fixhead(block[6:]) else: raise ValueError, "unexpected block marker: "+block[:6] print '</article>' #-- Functions for start of block-type state def startHead(line): global state, blocks, bl_num, newblock state = "HEADER" bl_num = bl_num+1 blocks.append('[HEAD]'+line) newblock = 0 def startText(line): global state, blocks, bl_num, newblock state = "TEXT" bl_num = bl_num+1 blocks.append('[TEXT]'+line) newblock = 0 def startQuote(line): global state, blocks, bl_num, newblock state = "QUOTE" bl_num = bl_num+1 blocks.append('[QUOT]'+line) newblock = 0 def startCode(line): global state, blocks, bl_num, newblock state = "CODE" bl_num = bl_num+1 blocks.append('[CODE]'+line) newblock = 0 def fixcode(block, doctype='UNKNOWN'): # Some XML preparation block = LeftMargin(block) # Pull out title if available re_title = re.compile('^#\-+ (.+) \-+#$', re.M) if_title = re_title.match(block) if if_title: title = if_title.group(1) block = re_title.sub('', block) # take title out of code else: title = '' # Process the code block with dw_colorize (if possible and appropriate) if py_formatter and (string.count(title,'.py') or string.count(title,'Python') or string.count(title,'python') or string.count(title,'py_') or doctype == 'PYTHON'): print ('<p><heading refname="code1" type="code" toc="yes">%s</heading>' % Typography(title)) print '<code type="section">', dw_colorize.Parser(block.rstrip()).toXML() print '</code></p>' # elif the-will-and-the-way-is-there-to-format-language-X: # elif the-will-and-the-way-is-there-to-format-language-Y: else: block = Detag(block) print code_block % (Typography(title), block.strip()) def fixquote(block): print '<blockquote>\n%s</blockquote>' % URLify(Typography(Detag(block))) def fixabstract(block): print '<abstract>\n%s</abstract>' % URLify(Typography(Detag(block))) def fixtext(block): print '<p>\n%s</p>' % URLify(Typography(NoRule(Detag(block)))) def fixhead(block): print '\n%s' % Typography(AdjustCaps(NoRule(Detag(block)))+' ') #-- Utility functions for text transformation def AdjustCaps(txt): # Bare header is block in ALLCAPS (excluding [module] names) non_lit = re.sub("['[].*?[]']", '', txt) if non_lit == string.upper(non_lit): return ('<heading refname="h1" type="major" toc="yes">%s</heading>\n' % capwords(txt)) else: return ('<heading refname="h2" type="minor" toc="yes">%s</heading>\n' % URLify(txt)) def capwords(txt): """string.capwords does'nt do what we want for 'quoted' stuff""" words = string.split(txt) for n in range(len(words)): if not words[n][0] in "'[": words[n] = string.capwords(words[n]) return string.join(words, ' ') def LeftMargin(txt): """Remove as many leading spaces as possible from whole block""" for l in range(12,-1,-1): re_lead = '(?sm)'+' '*l+'\S' if re.match(re_lead, txt): break txt = re.sub('(?sm)^'+' '*l, '', txt) return txt def Detag(txt): txt = string.replace(txt, '&', '&amp;') txt = string.replace(txt, '<', '&lt;') txt = string.replace(txt, '>', '&gt;') return txt def URLify(txt): txt0 = txt # Convert special IMG URL's, e.g. {Alt Text: http://site.org/img.png} # (don't actually try quite as hard to validate URL though) txt = re.sub('(?sm){(.*?):\s*(http://.*)}', '<img alt="\\1" src="\\2" />', txt) # Convert regular URL's txt = re.sub('(?:[^="])((?:http|ftp|gopher|file)://(?:[^ \n\r<\)]+))(\s)', ' <a href="\\1">\\1</a>\\2', txt) return txt def NoRule(txt): return re.compile('^-+$', re.M).sub('', txt) def Typography(txt): # [module] names r = re.compile(r"""([\(\s'/">]|^)\[(.*?)\]([<\s\.\),:;'"?!/-])""", re.M | re.S) txt = r.sub('\\1<code type="inline"><b>\\2</b></code>\\3',txt) # *strongly emphasize* words r = re.compile(r"""([\(\s'/"]|^)\*(.*?)\*([\s\.\),:;'"?!/-])""", re.M | re.S) txt = r.sub('\\1<b>\\2</b>\\3', txt) # -emphasize- words r = re.compile(r"""([\(\s'/"]|^)-(.*?)-([\s\.\),:;'"?!/])""", re.M | re.S) txt = r.sub('\\1<i>\\2</i>\\3', txt) # _Book Title_ citations r = re.compile(r"""([\(\s'/"]|^)_(.*?)_([\s\.\),:;'"?!/-])""", re.M | re.S) txt = r.sub('\\1<attribution>\\2</attribution>\\3', txt) # 'Function()' names r = re.compile(r"""([\(\s/"]|^)'(.*?)'([\s\.\),:;"?!/-])""", re.M | re.S) txt = r.sub('\\1<code type="inline">\\2</code>\\3', txt) return txt #-- The module level code if __name__ == '__main__': main()
lgpl-2.1
Instagram/cassandra
pylib/cqlshlib/test/winpty.py
62
1757
# Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one # or more contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file # distributed with this work for additional information # regarding copyright ownership. The ASF licenses this file # to you 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. from threading import Thread from cStringIO import StringIO from Queue import Queue, Empty class WinPty: def __init__(self, stdin): self._s = stdin self._q = Queue() def _read_next_char(stdin, queue): while True: char = stdin.read(1) # potentially blocking read if char: queue.put(char) else: break self._t = Thread(target=_read_next_char, args=(self._s, self._q)) self._t.daemon = True self._t.start() # read characters asynchronously from stdin def read(self, blksize=-1, timeout=1): buf = StringIO() count = 0 try: while count < blksize or blksize == -1: next = self._q.get(block=timeout is not None, timeout=timeout) buf.write(next) count = count + 1 except Empty: pass return buf.getvalue()
apache-2.0
Mahi/EzPyGame
ezpygame/scene.py
1
5091
class Scene: """An isolated scene which can be ran by an application. Create your own scene by subclassing and overriding any methods. The hosting :class:`.Application` instance is accessible through the :attr:`application` property. Example usage with two scenes interacting: .. code-block:: python class Menu(Scene): def __init__(self): self.font = pygame.font.Font(...) def on_enter(self, previous_scene): self.application.title = 'Main Menu' self.application.resolution = (640, 480) self.application.update_rate = 30 def draw(self, screen): pygame.draw.rect(...) text = self.font.render(...) screen.blit(text, ...) def handle_event(self, event): if event.type == pygame.MOUSEBUTTONUP: if event.button == 1: game_size = self._get_game_size(event.pos) self.change_scene(Game(game_size)) def _get_game_size(self, mouse_pos_upon_click): ... class Game(ezpygame.Scene): title = 'The Game!' resolution = (1280, 720) update_rate = 60 def __init__(self, size): super().__init__() self.size = size self.player = ... ... def on_enter(self, previous_scene): super().on_enter(previous_scene) self.previous_scene = previous_scene def draw(self, screen): self.player.draw(screen) for enemy in self.enemies: ... def update(self, dt): self.player.move(dt) ... if self.player.is_dead(): self.application.change_scene(self.previous_scene) elif self.player_won(): self.application.change_scene(...) def handle_event(self, event): ... # Player movement etc. The above two classes use different approaches for changing the application's settings when the scene is entered: 1. Manually set them in :meth:`on_enter`, as seen in ``Menu`` 2. Use class variables, as I did with ``Game`` When using class variables (2), you can leave out any setting (defaults to ``None``) to not override that particular setting. If you override :meth:`on_enter` in the subclass, you must call ``super().on_enter(previous_scene)`` to use the class variables. These settings can further be overridden in individual instances: .. code-block:: python my_scene0 = MyScene() my_scene0.resolution = (1280, 720) my_scene1 = MyScene(title='My Second Awesome Scene') """ title = None resolution = None update_rate = None def __init__(self, title=None, resolution=None, update_rate=None): self._application = None if title is not None: self.title = title if resolution is not None: self.resolution = resolution if update_rate is not None: self.update_rate = update_rate @property def application(self): """The host application that's currently running the scene.""" return self._application def draw(self, screen): """Override this with the scene drawing. :param pygame.Surface screen: screen to draw the scene on """ def update(self, dt): """Override this with the scene update tick. :param int dt: time in milliseconds since the last update """ def handle_event(self, event): """Override this to handle an event in the scene. All of :mod:`pygame`'s events are sent here, so filtering should be applied manually in the subclass. :param pygame.event.Event event: event to handle """ def on_enter(self, previous_scene): """Override this to initialize upon scene entering. The :attr:`application` property is initialized at this point, so you are free to access it through ``self.application``. Stuff like changing resolution etc. should be done here. If you override this method and want to use class variables to change the application's settings, you must call ``super().on_enter(previous_scene)`` in the subclass. :param Scene|None previous_scene: previous scene to run """ for attr in ('title', 'resolution', 'update_rate'): value = getattr(self, attr) if value is not None: setattr(self.application, attr.lower(), value) def on_exit(self, next_scene): """Override this to deinitialize upon scene exiting. The :attr:`application` property is still initialized at this point. Feel free to do saving, settings reset, etc. here. :param Scene|None next_scene: next scene to run """
mit
adlius/osf.io
osf_tests/test_management_commands.py
2
14643
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import mock import pytest import time from collections import OrderedDict from django.utils import timezone from addons.osfstorage import settings as osfstorage_settings from api_tests.utils import create_test_file from framework.auth import Auth from osf.management.commands.update_institution_project_counts import update_institution_project_counts from osf.models import QuickFilesNode, RegistrationSchema from osf.metrics import InstitutionProjectCounts, UserInstitutionProjectCounts from osf_tests.factories import ( AuthUserFactory, InstitutionFactory, PreprintFactory, ProjectFactory, RegionFactory, UserFactory, DraftRegistrationFactory, ) from tests.base import DbTestCase from osf.management.commands.data_storage_usage import ( process_usages, ) # Using powers of two so that any combination of file sizes will give a unique total # If a summary value is incorrect, subtract out the values that are correct and convert # to binary. Each of the 1s will correspond something that wasn't handled properly. def next_file_size(): size = 1 while True: yield size size *= 2 class TestDataStorageUsage(DbTestCase): def setUp(self): super(TestDataStorageUsage, self).setUp() self.region_us = RegionFactory(_id='US', name='United States') @staticmethod def add_file_version(file_to_version, user, size, version=1): file_to_version.create_version(user, { 'object': '06d80e' + str(version), 'service': 'cloud', osfstorage_settings.WATERBUTLER_RESOURCE: 'osf', }, { 'size': size, 'contentType': 'img/png' }).save() @pytest.fixture() def project(self, creator, is_public=True, is_deleted=False, region=None, parent=None): if region is None: region = self.region_us project = ProjectFactory(creator=creator, is_public=is_public, is_deleted=is_deleted) addon = project.get_addon('osfstorage') addon.region = region addon.save() return project @pytest.fixture() def registration(self, project, creator, withdrawn=False): schema = RegistrationSchema.objects.first() draft_reg = DraftRegistrationFactory(branched_from=project) registration = project.register_node(schema, Auth(user=creator), draft_reg) registration.is_public = True registration.save() if withdrawn: registration.retract_registration(creator) withdrawal = registration.retraction token = list(withdrawal.approval_state.values())[0]['approval_token'] with mock.patch('osf.models.AbstractNode.update_search'): withdrawal.approve_retraction(creator, token) withdrawal.save() return registration @pytest.fixture() def component(self, parent, user): return ProjectFactory(creator=user, parent=parent) @pytest.fixture() def project_deleted(self, user): return ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_deleted=True) @mock.patch('website.settings.ENABLE_ARCHIVER', False) @pytest.mark.enable_quickfiles_creation def test_data_storage_usage_command(self): import logging logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) expected_summary_data = OrderedDict([ ('date', None), ('total', 0), ('deleted', 0), ('registrations', 0), ('nd_quick_files', 0), ('nd_public_nodes', 0), ('nd_private_nodes', 0), ('nd_preprints', 0), ('nd_supp_nodes', 0), ('canada_montreal', 0), ('australia_sydney', 0), ('germany_frankfurt', 0), ('united_states', 0), ]) user = UserFactory() user_addon = user.get_addon('osfstorage') user_addon.default_region_id = self.region_us region_ca = RegionFactory(_id='CA-1', name=u'Canada - Montréal') region_de = RegionFactory(_id='DE-1', name='Germany - Frankfurt') region_au = RegionFactory(_id='AU-1', name='Australia - Sydney') project_public_us = self.project(creator=user, is_public=True) small_size = next_file_size() file_size = next(small_size) project_public_us_test_file = create_test_file( target=project_public_us, user=user, size=file_size ) logger.debug(u'Public project, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_public_nodes'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size file_size = next(small_size) self.add_file_version( project_public_us_test_file, user=user, size=file_size, ) logger.debug(u'Public project file version, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_public_nodes'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size project_private_au = self.project(creator=user, is_public=False, region=region_au) file_size = next(small_size) create_test_file( target=project_private_au, user=user, size=file_size ) logger.debug(u'Private project, AU: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_private_nodes'] += file_size expected_summary_data['australia_sydney'] += file_size component_private_small_deleted_de = self.project( creator=user, is_public=False, region=region_de, parent=project_public_us ) file_size = next(small_size) deleted_file = create_test_file( target=component_private_small_deleted_de, user=user, size=file_size, ) logger.debug('Before deletion: {}'.format(deleted_file.target.title)) deleted_file.delete(user=user, save=True) logger.debug(u'Deleted project, DE: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['deleted'] += file_size expected_summary_data['germany_frankfurt'] += file_size logger.debug('After deletion: {}'.format(deleted_file.target.title)) file_size = next(small_size) PreprintFactory(creator=user, file_size=file_size) # preprint_us logger.debug(u'Preprint, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_preprints'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size user_addon.default_region_id = region_ca user_addon.save() file_size = next(small_size) preprint_with_supplement_ca = PreprintFactory(creator=user, file_size=file_size) logger.debug(u'Preprint, CA: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_preprints'] += file_size expected_summary_data['canada_montreal'] += file_size user_addon.default_region_id = self.region_us user_addon.save() supplementary_node_public_au = self.project(creator=user, is_public=True, region=region_au) preprint_with_supplement_ca.node = supplementary_node_public_au preprint_with_supplement_ca.save() file_size = next(small_size) create_test_file( target=supplementary_node_public_au, user=user, size=file_size ) logger.debug(u'Public supplemental project of Canadian preprint, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_supp_nodes'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_public_nodes'] += file_size expected_summary_data['australia_sydney'] += file_size file_size = next(small_size) withdrawn_preprint_us = PreprintFactory(creator=user, file_size=file_size) withdrawn_preprint_us.date_withdrawn = timezone.now() withdrawn_preprint_us.save() logger.debug(u'Withdrawn preprint, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_preprints'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size quickfiles_node_us = QuickFilesNode.objects.get(creator=user) file_size = next(small_size) create_test_file(target=quickfiles_node_us, user=user, size=file_size) logger.debug(u'Quickfile, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['nd_quick_files'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size file_size = next(small_size) quickfile_deleted = create_test_file( filename='deleted_test_file', target=quickfiles_node_us, user=user, size=file_size ) quickfile_deleted.delete(user=user, save=True) logger.debug(u'Deleted quickfile, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['deleted'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size project_to_register_us = self.project(creator=user, is_public=True, region=self.region_us) registration = self.registration(project=project_to_register_us, creator=user) file_size = next(small_size) create_test_file( target=registration, user=user, size=file_size ) assert registration.get_addon('osfstorage').region == self.region_us logger.debug(u'Registration, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size expected_summary_data['registrations'] += file_size withdrawal = self.registration(project=project_to_register_us, creator=user, withdrawn=True) file_size = next(small_size) create_test_file( target=withdrawal, user=user, size=file_size ) logger.debug(u'Withdrawn registration, US: {}'.format(file_size)) expected_summary_data['total'] += file_size expected_summary_data['united_states'] += file_size expected_summary_data['registrations'] += file_size actual_summary_data = process_usages(dry_run=True, page_size=2) actual_keys = actual_summary_data.keys() for key in actual_summary_data: logger.info('Actual field: {}'.format(key)) expected_keys = expected_summary_data.keys() for key in expected_summary_data: logger.info('Expected field: {}'.format(key)) assert actual_keys == expected_keys assert len(actual_keys) != 0 for key in actual_keys: if key != 'date': assert (key, expected_summary_data[key]) == (key, actual_summary_data[key]) @pytest.mark.es @pytest.mark.django_db class TestInstitutionMetricsUpdate: @pytest.fixture() def institution(self): # Private: 14, Public: 4 return InstitutionFactory() @pytest.fixture() def user1(self, institution): # Private: 4, Public: 4 (+1 from user2 fixture) user = AuthUserFactory() institution.osfuser_set.add(user) institution.save() for i in range(5): project = ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=False) project.affiliated_institutions.add(institution) project.save() project.delete() for i in range(3): project = ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=True) project.affiliated_institutions.add(institution) project.save() ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=True) ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=False) return user @pytest.fixture() def user2(self, institution, user1): # Private: 10, Public: 1 user = AuthUserFactory() institution.osfuser_set.add(user) institution.save() for i in range(10): project = ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=False) project.affiliated_institutions.add(institution) project.save() for i in range(1): project = ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=True) project.add_contributor(user1) project.affiliated_institutions.add(institution) project.save() return user @pytest.fixture() def user3(self, institution): # Private: 0, Public: 0 user = AuthUserFactory() institution.osfuser_set.add(user) institution.save() return user @pytest.fixture() def user4(self): # Projects should not be included in results user = AuthUserFactory() for i in range(3): project = ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=False) project.save() for i in range(6): project = ProjectFactory(creator=user, is_public=True) project.save() return user def test_update_institution_counts(self, app, institution, user1, user2, user3, user4): update_institution_project_counts() time.sleep(2) user_search = UserInstitutionProjectCounts.get_current_user_metrics(institution) user_results = user_search.execute() sorted_results = sorted(user_results, key=lambda x: x['private_project_count']) user3_record = sorted_results[0] user1_record = sorted_results[1] user2_record = sorted_results[2] assert user1_record['user_id'] == user1._id assert user1_record['public_project_count'] == 4 assert user1_record['private_project_count'] == 4 assert user2_record['user_id'] == user2._id assert user2_record['public_project_count'] == 1 assert user2_record['private_project_count'] == 10 assert user3_record['user_id'] == user3._id assert user3_record['public_project_count'] == 0 assert user3_record['private_project_count'] == 0 institution_results = InstitutionProjectCounts.get_latest_institution_project_document(institution) assert institution_results['public_project_count'] == 4 assert institution_results['private_project_count'] == 14
apache-2.0
dnlm92/chokoretto
main/lib/unidecode/x07b.py
252
4669
data = ( 'Mang ', # 0x00 'Zhu ', # 0x01 'Utsubo ', # 0x02 'Du ', # 0x03 'Ji ', # 0x04 'Xiao ', # 0x05 'Ba ', # 0x06 'Suan ', # 0x07 'Ji ', # 0x08 'Zhen ', # 0x09 'Zhao ', # 0x0a 'Sun ', # 0x0b 'Ya ', # 0x0c 'Zhui ', # 0x0d 'Yuan ', # 0x0e 'Hu ', # 0x0f 'Gang ', # 0x10 'Xiao ', # 0x11 'Cen ', # 0x12 'Pi ', # 0x13 'Bi ', # 0x14 'Jian ', # 0x15 'Yi ', # 0x16 'Dong ', # 0x17 'Shan ', # 0x18 'Sheng ', # 0x19 'Xia ', # 0x1a 'Di ', # 0x1b 'Zhu ', # 0x1c 'Na ', # 0x1d 'Chi ', # 0x1e 'Gu ', # 0x1f 'Li ', # 0x20 'Qie ', # 0x21 'Min ', # 0x22 'Bao ', # 0x23 'Tiao ', # 0x24 'Si ', # 0x25 'Fu ', # 0x26 'Ce ', # 0x27 'Ben ', # 0x28 'Pei ', # 0x29 'Da ', # 0x2a 'Zi ', # 0x2b 'Di ', # 0x2c 'Ling ', # 0x2d 'Ze ', # 0x2e 'Nu ', # 0x2f 'Fu ', # 0x30 'Gou ', # 0x31 'Fan ', # 0x32 'Jia ', # 0x33 'Ge ', # 0x34 'Fan ', # 0x35 'Shi ', # 0x36 'Mao ', # 0x37 'Po ', # 0x38 'Sey ', # 0x39 'Jian ', # 0x3a 'Qiong ', # 0x3b 'Long ', # 0x3c 'Souke ', # 0x3d 'Bian ', # 0x3e 'Luo ', # 0x3f 'Gui ', # 0x40 'Qu ', # 0x41 'Chi ', # 0x42 'Yin ', # 0x43 'Yao ', # 0x44 'Xian ', # 0x45 'Bi ', # 0x46 'Qiong ', # 0x47 'Gua ', # 0x48 'Deng ', # 0x49 'Jiao ', # 0x4a 'Jin ', # 0x4b 'Quan ', # 0x4c 'Sun ', # 0x4d 'Ru ', # 0x4e 'Fa ', # 0x4f 'Kuang ', # 0x50 'Zhu ', # 0x51 'Tong ', # 0x52 'Ji ', # 0x53 'Da ', # 0x54 'Xing ', # 0x55 'Ce ', # 0x56 'Zhong ', # 0x57 'Kou ', # 0x58 'Lai ', # 0x59 'Bi ', # 0x5a 'Shai ', # 0x5b 'Dang ', # 0x5c 'Zheng ', # 0x5d 'Ce ', # 0x5e 'Fu ', # 0x5f 'Yun ', # 0x60 'Tu ', # 0x61 'Pa ', # 0x62 'Li ', # 0x63 'Lang ', # 0x64 'Ju ', # 0x65 'Guan ', # 0x66 'Jian ', # 0x67 'Han ', # 0x68 'Tong ', # 0x69 'Xia ', # 0x6a 'Zhi ', # 0x6b 'Cheng ', # 0x6c 'Suan ', # 0x6d 'Shi ', # 0x6e 'Zhu ', # 0x6f 'Zuo ', # 0x70 'Xiao ', # 0x71 'Shao ', # 0x72 'Ting ', # 0x73 'Ce ', # 0x74 'Yan ', # 0x75 'Gao ', # 0x76 'Kuai ', # 0x77 'Gan ', # 0x78 'Chou ', # 0x79 'Kago ', # 0x7a 'Gang ', # 0x7b 'Yun ', # 0x7c 'O ', # 0x7d 'Qian ', # 0x7e 'Xiao ', # 0x7f 'Jian ', # 0x80 'Pu ', # 0x81 'Lai ', # 0x82 'Zou ', # 0x83 'Bi ', # 0x84 'Bi ', # 0x85 'Bi ', # 0x86 'Ge ', # 0x87 'Chi ', # 0x88 'Guai ', # 0x89 'Yu ', # 0x8a 'Jian ', # 0x8b 'Zhao ', # 0x8c 'Gu ', # 0x8d 'Chi ', # 0x8e 'Zheng ', # 0x8f 'Jing ', # 0x90 'Sha ', # 0x91 'Zhou ', # 0x92 'Lu ', # 0x93 'Bo ', # 0x94 'Ji ', # 0x95 'Lin ', # 0x96 'Suan ', # 0x97 'Jun ', # 0x98 'Fu ', # 0x99 'Zha ', # 0x9a 'Gu ', # 0x9b 'Kong ', # 0x9c 'Qian ', # 0x9d 'Quan ', # 0x9e 'Jun ', # 0x9f 'Chui ', # 0xa0 'Guan ', # 0xa1 'Yuan ', # 0xa2 'Ce ', # 0xa3 'Ju ', # 0xa4 'Bo ', # 0xa5 'Ze ', # 0xa6 'Qie ', # 0xa7 'Tuo ', # 0xa8 'Luo ', # 0xa9 'Dan ', # 0xaa 'Xiao ', # 0xab 'Ruo ', # 0xac 'Jian ', # 0xad 'Xuan ', # 0xae 'Bian ', # 0xaf 'Sun ', # 0xb0 'Xiang ', # 0xb1 'Xian ', # 0xb2 'Ping ', # 0xb3 'Zhen ', # 0xb4 'Sheng ', # 0xb5 'Hu ', # 0xb6 'Shi ', # 0xb7 'Zhu ', # 0xb8 'Yue ', # 0xb9 'Chun ', # 0xba 'Lu ', # 0xbb 'Wu ', # 0xbc 'Dong ', # 0xbd 'Xiao ', # 0xbe 'Ji ', # 0xbf 'Jie ', # 0xc0 'Huang ', # 0xc1 'Xing ', # 0xc2 'Mei ', # 0xc3 'Fan ', # 0xc4 'Chui ', # 0xc5 'Zhuan ', # 0xc6 'Pian ', # 0xc7 'Feng ', # 0xc8 'Zhu ', # 0xc9 'Hong ', # 0xca 'Qie ', # 0xcb 'Hou ', # 0xcc 'Qiu ', # 0xcd 'Miao ', # 0xce 'Qian ', # 0xcf '[?] ', # 0xd0 'Kui ', # 0xd1 'Sik ', # 0xd2 'Lou ', # 0xd3 'Yun ', # 0xd4 'He ', # 0xd5 'Tang ', # 0xd6 'Yue ', # 0xd7 'Chou ', # 0xd8 'Gao ', # 0xd9 'Fei ', # 0xda 'Ruo ', # 0xdb 'Zheng ', # 0xdc 'Gou ', # 0xdd 'Nie ', # 0xde 'Qian ', # 0xdf 'Xiao ', # 0xe0 'Cuan ', # 0xe1 'Gong ', # 0xe2 'Pang ', # 0xe3 'Du ', # 0xe4 'Li ', # 0xe5 'Bi ', # 0xe6 'Zhuo ', # 0xe7 'Chu ', # 0xe8 'Shai ', # 0xe9 'Chi ', # 0xea 'Zhu ', # 0xeb 'Qiang ', # 0xec 'Long ', # 0xed 'Lan ', # 0xee 'Jian ', # 0xef 'Bu ', # 0xf0 'Li ', # 0xf1 'Hui ', # 0xf2 'Bi ', # 0xf3 'Di ', # 0xf4 'Cong ', # 0xf5 'Yan ', # 0xf6 'Peng ', # 0xf7 'Sen ', # 0xf8 'Zhuan ', # 0xf9 'Pai ', # 0xfa 'Piao ', # 0xfb 'Dou ', # 0xfc 'Yu ', # 0xfd 'Mie ', # 0xfe 'Zhuan ', # 0xff )
mit
tadebayo/myedge
myvenv/Lib/site-packages/django/conf/locale/sl/formats.py
504
2118
# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*- # This file is distributed under the same license as the Django package. # from __future__ import unicode_literals # The *_FORMAT strings use the Django date format syntax, # see http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/templates/builtins/#date DATE_FORMAT = 'd. F Y' TIME_FORMAT = 'H:i' DATETIME_FORMAT = 'j. F Y. H:i' YEAR_MONTH_FORMAT = 'F Y' MONTH_DAY_FORMAT = 'j. F' SHORT_DATE_FORMAT = 'j. M. Y' SHORT_DATETIME_FORMAT = 'j.n.Y. H:i' FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK = 0 # The *_INPUT_FORMATS strings use the Python strftime format syntax, # see http://docs.python.org/library/datetime.html#strftime-strptime-behavior DATE_INPUT_FORMATS = [ '%d.%m.%Y', '%d.%m.%y', # '25.10.2006', '25.10.06' '%d-%m-%Y', # '25-10-2006' '%d. %m. %Y', '%d. %m. %y', # '25. 10. 2006', '25. 10. 06' ] DATETIME_INPUT_FORMATS = [ '%d.%m.%Y %H:%M:%S', # '25.10.2006 14:30:59' '%d.%m.%Y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25.10.2006 14:30:59.000200' '%d.%m.%Y %H:%M', # '25.10.2006 14:30' '%d.%m.%Y', # '25.10.2006' '%d.%m.%y %H:%M:%S', # '25.10.06 14:30:59' '%d.%m.%y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25.10.06 14:30:59.000200' '%d.%m.%y %H:%M', # '25.10.06 14:30' '%d.%m.%y', # '25.10.06' '%d-%m-%Y %H:%M:%S', # '25-10-2006 14:30:59' '%d-%m-%Y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25-10-2006 14:30:59.000200' '%d-%m-%Y %H:%M', # '25-10-2006 14:30' '%d-%m-%Y', # '25-10-2006' '%d. %m. %Y %H:%M:%S', # '25. 10. 2006 14:30:59' '%d. %m. %Y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25. 10. 2006 14:30:59.000200' '%d. %m. %Y %H:%M', # '25. 10. 2006 14:30' '%d. %m. %Y', # '25. 10. 2006' '%d. %m. %y %H:%M:%S', # '25. 10. 06 14:30:59' '%d. %m. %y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25. 10. 06 14:30:59.000200' '%d. %m. %y %H:%M', # '25. 10. 06 14:30' '%d. %m. %y', # '25. 10. 06' ] DECIMAL_SEPARATOR = ',' THOUSAND_SEPARATOR = '.' NUMBER_GROUPING = 3
mit
luotao1/Paddle
python/paddle/fluid/tests/unittests/test_dist_lookup_sparse_table_fuse_ops.py
2
5894
# Copyright (c) 2018 PaddlePaddle Authors. 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. from __future__ import print_function import unittest import numpy as np import paddle.fluid as fluid import paddle.fluid.core as core import paddle paddle.enable_static() @unittest.skip("do not need currently") class TestLookupTableFuseOp(unittest.TestCase): def test_fuse(self): places = [core.CPUPlace()] # currently only support CPU for place in places: self.check_with_place(place) def check_with_place(self, place): scope = fluid.global_scope() scope.var("LearningRate").get_tensor().set([0.01], place) scope.var("Ids").get_tensor().set([i for i in range(100)], place) init_program = fluid.Program() lr = init_program.global_block().create_var( name="LearningRate", persistable=True, type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.LOD_TENSOR, shape=[1], dtype="float32") ids = init_program.global_block().create_var( name="Ids", persistable=True, type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.LOD_TENSOR, shape=[100], dtype="int64") output = init_program.global_block().create_var( name="output", type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.LOD_TENSOR, shape=[100, 8], dtype="float32") metas = [] metas.append( "embedding_1.block0:Param,Moment1,Moment2:8,8,8:0:embedding_1@GRAD.block0:embedding_1.block0,embedding_1_moment1_0,embedding_1_moment2_0,kSparseIDs@embedding_1.block0:uniform_random&0&-0.5&0.5,fill_constant&0.0,fill_constant&0.0:none" ) metas.append( "embedding_2.block0:Param:8:0:embedding_2@GRAD.block0:embedding_2.block0,kSparseIDs@embedding_2.block0:uniform_random&0&-0.5&0.5:none" ) init_program.global_block().append_op( type="lookup_sparse_table_init", inputs=None, outputs=None, attrs={"large_scale_metas": metas}) init_program.global_block().append_op( type="lookup_sparse_table_read", inputs={"Ids": ids}, outputs={"Out": output}, attrs={ "tablename": "embedding_1.block0", "init": True, "value_names": ["Param"], }) init_program.global_block().append_op( type="lookup_sparse_table_read", inputs={"Ids": ids}, outputs={"Out": output}, attrs={ "tablename": "embedding_2.block0", "init": True, "value_names": ["Param"], }) executor = fluid.Executor(place) executor.run(init_program) training_program = fluid.Program() scope.var('Beta1Pow').get_tensor().set( np.array([0]).astype("float32"), place) scope.var('Beta2Pow').get_tensor().set( np.array([0]).astype("float32"), place) rows = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] row_numel = 8 w_selected_rows = scope.var('Grad').get_selected_rows() w_selected_rows.set_height(len(rows)) w_selected_rows.set_rows(rows) w_array = np.ones((len(rows), row_numel)).astype("float32") for i in range(len(rows)): w_array[i] *= i w_tensor = w_selected_rows.get_tensor() w_tensor.set(w_array, place) lr = training_program.global_block().create_var( name="LearningRate", persistable=True, type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.LOD_TENSOR, shape=[1], dtype="float32") grads = training_program.global_block().create_var( name="Grad", persistable=True, type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.SELECTED_ROWS, shape=[100, 8], dtype="float32") beta1 = training_program.global_block().create_var( name="Beta1Pow", persistable=True, type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.LOD_TENSOR, shape=[1], dtype="float32") beta2 = training_program.global_block().create_var( name="Beta2Pow", persistable=True, type=fluid.core.VarDesc.VarType.LOD_TENSOR, shape=[1], dtype="float32") training_program.global_block().append_op( type="lookup_sparse_table_fuse_adam", inputs={ "Grad": grads, "LearningRate": lr, "Beta1Pow": beta1, "Beta2Pow": beta2, }, outputs={"Beta1PowOut": beta1, "Beta2PowOut": beta2}, attrs={ "is_entry": False, "tablename": "embedding_1.block0", "value_names": ["Param", "Moment1", "Moment2"], }) training_program.global_block().append_op( type="lookup_sparse_table_fuse_sgd", inputs={"Grad": grads, "LearningRate": lr}, attrs={ "is_entry": False, "tablename": "embedding_2.block0", "value_names": ["Param"], }) executor.run(training_program) if __name__ == "__main__": unittest.main()
apache-2.0
DavidAntliff/AwaLWM2M
tools/tests/python/test_awa_client_server_interaction.py
2
17796
#/************************************************************************************************************************ # Copyright (c) 2016, Imagination Technologies Limited and/or its affiliated group companies. # All rights reserved. # # Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the # following conditions are met: # 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the # following disclaimer. # 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the # following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. # 3. Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote # products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. # # THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, # INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE # DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, # SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR # SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, # WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE # USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. #************************************************************************************************************************/ # Tests related to server-client interaction import unittest import subprocess import time import overlord import common from collections import namedtuple import tools_common from tools_common import CustomObject from tools_common import CustomResource from test_awa_client_define import client_define from test_awa_client_get import client_get from test_awa_client_set import client_set from test_awa_client_delete import client_delete from test_awa_client_subscribe import client_subscribe from test_awa_server_define import server_define from test_awa_server_delete import server_delete from test_awa_server_execute import server_execute from test_awa_server_execute import server_execute_stdin from test_awa_server_list_clients import server_list_clients from test_awa_server_observe import server_observe from test_awa_server_read import server_read from test_awa_server_write import server_write class TestClientServer(tools_common.AwaTest): def test_server_write_client_get_single_resource(self): # test that a single resource can be written on the server and retrieved on the client manufacturer = "ACME Corp." expectedStdout = "Object1000[/1000/0]:\n Resource100[/1000/0/100]: %s\n" % (manufacturer,) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = server_write(self.config, "/1000/0/100=\"%s\"" % (manufacturer,)) self.assertEqual("", result.stderr) self.assertEqual("", result.stdout) self.assertEqual(0, result.code) result = client_get(self.config, "/1000/0/100") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) def test_server_write_client_get_multiple_resources_same_instance(self): # test that multiple resources from the same instance can be set on # the server and retrieved on the client with single commands timezone = "ACME Corp." currentTime = 123456789 expectedStdout = \ """Device[/3/0]: Timezone[/3/0/15]: %s CurrentTime[/3/0/13]: %d """ % (timezone, currentTime) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 server_write(self.config, "/3/0/15=\"%s\"" % (timezone,), "/3/0/13=%d" % (currentTime,)) result = client_get(self.config, "/3/0/15", "/3/0/13") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) @unittest.skip("Multiple writes in a single request are not supported") def test_server_write_client_get_multiple_resources_different_instances_single_write(self): # test that multiple resources from the different instances can be set on # the server and retrieved on the client with single commands timezone = "ACME Corp." modelNumber = "1234567890" expectedStdout = \ """Device[/3/0]: Timezone[/3/0/15]: %s Object1000[/1000/0]: Resource100[/1000/0/100]: %s """ % (timezone, modelNumber) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = server_write(self.config, "/3/0/15=\"%s\"" % (timezone,), "/1000/0/100=\"%s\"" % (modelNumber,)) self.assertEqual(0, result.code) result = client_get(self.config, "/3/0/15", "/1000/0/100") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) def test_server_write_client_get_multiple_resources_different_instances(self): # test that multiple resources from the different instances can be set on # the server and retrieved on the client with single commands timezone = "ACME Corp." modelNumber = "1234567890" expectedStdout = \ """Device[/3/0]: Timezone[/3/0/15]: %s Object1000[/1000/0]: Resource100[/1000/0/100]: %s """ % (timezone, modelNumber) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = server_write(self.config, "/3/0/15=\"%s\"" % (timezone,)) self.assertEqual(0, result.code) result = server_write(self.config, "/1000/0/100=\"%s\"" % (modelNumber,)) self.assertEqual(0, result.code) result = client_get(self.config, "/3/0/15", "/1000/0/100") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) def test_client_set_server_read_single_resource(self): # test that a single resource can be written on the client and retrieved on the server manufacturer = "ACME Corp." expectedStdout = "Object1000[/1000/0]:\n Resource100[/1000/0/100]: %s\n" % (manufacturer,) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = client_set(self.config, "/1000/0/100=\"%s\"" % (manufacturer,)) self.assertEqual(0, result.code) result = server_read(self.config, "/1000/0/100") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) @unittest.skip("Reading multiple resources in single request is currently unsupported") def test_client_set_server_read_multiple_resources_same_instance(self): # test that multiple resources from the same instance can be set on # the client and retrieved on the server with single commands manufacturer = "ACME Corp." memoryFree = 55 temperature = 24.6 expectedStdout = \ """ Manufacturer[1000/0/100]: %s ModelNumber[1000/0/101]: %s MemoryFree[1000/0/102]: %d """ % (manufacturer, memoryFree, temperature) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = client_set(self.config, "/1000/0/100=\"%s\"" % (manufacturer,), "/1000/0/101=\"%d\"" % (memoryFree,), "/1000/0/102=%f" % (temperature,)) result = server_read(self.config, "/1000/0/100", "/1000/0/101", "/1000/0/102") self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) @unittest.skip("Multiple reads in single operation currently unsupported") def test_client_set_server_read_multiple_resources_different_instances_single_read_operation(self): # test that multiple resources from the different instances can be set on # the client and retrieved on the server with single commands manufacturer = "ACME Corp." modelNumber = "1234567890" expectedStdout = \ """ Manufacturer[3/0/0]: %s Resource100[1000/0/100]: %s """ % (manufacturer, modelNumber) expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = client_set(self.config, "/3/0/0=\"%s\"" % (manufacturer,), "/1000/0/100=\"%s\"" % (modelNumber,)) self.assertEqual("", result.stdout) self.assertEqual("", result.stderr) self.assertEqual(0, result.code) result = server_read(self.config, "/3/0/0", "/1000/0/100") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) def test_client_subscribe_resource_server_execute(self): # test that the client can subscribe to an executable resource and receive a notification # when that resource is executed by the server # open client subscribe subprocess. Only wait for a single execute of the resource port = self.config.clientIpcPort subscribeProcess = tools_common.run_non_blocking(tools_common.CLIENT_SUBSCRIBE, "--verbose --ipcPort %i --waitCount 1 /3/0/4" % (port,)) # wait for subscribe process to start up self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session IPC configured for UDP: address 127.0.0.1, port %d" % (port,)) self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session connected") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Subscribe /3/0/4 Execute\n") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Waiting for 1 notifications:\n") # test we can execute a resource, specifying no payload expectedStdout = "Target /3/0/4 executed successfully\n" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = server_execute(self.config, "/3/0/4") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) # read subscribe output expectedStdout = "Execute 1:\nNO DATA\nSession disconnected\n" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = tools_common.non_blocking_get_run_result(subscribeProcess) self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) def test_client_subscribe_resource_server_execute_with_payload(self): # test that the client can subscribe to an executable resource and receive a notification # when that resource is executed by the server. Payload should be printed on the client # open client subscribe subprocess. Only wait for a single execute of the resource port = self.config.clientIpcPort subscribeProcess = tools_common.run_non_blocking(tools_common.CLIENT_SUBSCRIBE, "--verbose --ipcPort %i --waitCount 1 /3/0/4" % (port,)) # wait for subscribe process to start up self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session IPC configured for UDP: address 127.0.0.1, port %d" % (port,)) self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session connected") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Subscribe /3/0/4 Execute\n") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Waiting for 1 notifications:\n") # test we can execute a resource, specifying a payload of data expectedStdout = "Target /3/0/4 executed successfully\n" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 inputText = "QmFzZTY0IGlzIGEgZ2VuZXJpYyB0ZXJtIGZvciB" result = server_execute_stdin(self.config, inputText, "/3/0/4") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) hexBytes = "" for c in inputText: hexBytes += c.encode("hex") + " " # read subscribe output expectedStdout = "Execute 1:\nDATA: length 39, payload: [" + hexBytes +"]\nSession disconnected\n" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = tools_common.non_blocking_get_run_result(subscribeProcess) self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) @unittest.skip("Multiple executions in a single request is currently supported") def test_client_subscribe_resource_server_multiple_execute_with_payload(self): self.assertTrue(False) def test_client_subscribe_resource_server_write(self): # test that the client can subscribe to a resource and receive a notification # when that resource is changed by the server through the write function # open client subscribe subprocess. Only wait for a single execute of the resource port = self.config.clientIpcPort subscribeProcess = tools_common.run_non_blocking(tools_common.CLIENT_SUBSCRIBE, "--verbose --ipcPort %i --waitCount 1 /3/0/15" % (port,)) # wait for subscribe process to start up self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session IPC configured for UDP: address 127.0.0.1, port %d" % (port,)) self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session connected") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Subscribe /3/0/15 Change\n") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(subscribeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Waiting for 1 notifications:\n") # do write command expectedStdout = "" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = server_write(self.config, "/3/0/15=abc") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) # read subscribe output expectedStdout = "Notify 1:\nChanged: /3/0/15 Resource Modified:\nDevice[/3/0]:\n Timezone[/3/0/15]: abc\nSession disconnected\n" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = tools_common.non_blocking_get_run_result(subscribeProcess) self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) def test_server_observe_resource_client_set(self): # test that the server can observe changes to a resource and receive a notification # when that resource is changed by the client through the set function # open client subscribe subprocess. Only wait for a single execute of the resource port = self.config.serverIpcPort clientEndpointName = self.config.clientEndpointName observeProcess = tools_common.run_non_blocking(tools_common.SERVER_OBSERVE, "--verbose --ipcPort %i --clientID %s --waitCount 1 /3/0/1" % (port, clientEndpointName)) # wait for observe process to start up self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(observeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session IPC configured for UDP: address 127.0.0.1, port %d" % (port,)) self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(observeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Session connected") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(observeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Observe /3/0/1\n") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(observeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Waiting for 1 notifications:\n") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(observeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Notify 0 from clientID TestClient:\n") self.assertEqual(tools_common.strip_prefix(observeProcess.stdout.readline()), "Changed: /3/0/1 Resource Modified:\n") # do set command expectedStdout = "" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = client_set(self.config, "/3/0/1=abc") self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code) # read subscribe output expectedStdout = "Device[/3/0]:\n ModelNumber[/3/0/1]: Awa Client\nNotify 1 from clientID TestClient:\nChanged: /3/0/1 Resource Modified:\nDevice[/3/0]:\n ModelNumber[/3/0/1]: abc\nSession disconnected\n" expectedStderr = "" expectedCode = 0 result = tools_common.non_blocking_get_run_result(observeProcess) self.assertEqual(expectedStdout, result.stdout) self.assertEqual(expectedStderr, result.stderr) self.assertEqual(expectedCode, result.code)
bsd-3-clause
dmitry-sobolev/ansible
test/units/module_utils/basic/test_no_log.py
66
5263
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # (c) 2015, Toshio Kuratomi <tkuratomi@ansible.com> # # This file is part of Ansible # # Ansible 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. # # Ansible 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 Ansible. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # Make coding more python3-ish from __future__ import (absolute_import, division) __metaclass__ = type import json import sys import syslog from ansible.compat.tests import unittest from ansible.compat.tests.mock import patch, MagicMock from ansible.module_utils import basic from ansible.module_utils.basic import heuristic_log_sanitize from ansible.module_utils.basic import return_values, remove_values class TestReturnValues(unittest.TestCase): dataset = ( ('string', frozenset(['string'])), ('', frozenset()), (1, frozenset(['1'])), (1.0, frozenset(['1.0'])), (False, frozenset()), (['1', '2', '3'], frozenset(['1', '2', '3'])), (('1', '2', '3'), frozenset(['1', '2', '3'])), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos'}, frozenset(['1', 'dos'])), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'three': ['amigos', 'musketeers', None, {'ping': 'pong', 'base': ('balls', 'raquets')}]}, frozenset(['1', 'dos', 'amigos', 'musketeers', 'pong', 'balls', 'raquets'])), (u'Toshio くらとみ', frozenset(['Toshio くらとみ'])), ('Toshio くらとみ', frozenset(['Toshio くらとみ'])), ) def test_return_values(self): for data, expected in self.dataset: self.assertEquals(frozenset(return_values(data)), expected) def test_unknown_type(self): self.assertRaises(TypeError, frozenset, return_values(object())) class TestRemoveValues(unittest.TestCase): OMIT = 'VALUE_SPECIFIED_IN_NO_LOG_PARAMETER' dataset_no_remove = ( ('string', frozenset(['nope'])), (1234, frozenset(['4321'])), (False, frozenset(['4321'])), (1.0, frozenset(['4321'])), (['string', 'strang', 'strung'], frozenset(['nope'])), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'secret': 'key'}, frozenset(['nope'])), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'three': ['amigos', 'musketeers', None, {'ping': 'pong', 'base': ['balls', 'raquets']}]}, frozenset(['nope'])), ('Toshio くら', frozenset(['とみ'])), (u'Toshio くら', frozenset(['とみ'])), ) dataset_remove = ( ('string', frozenset(['string']), OMIT), (1234, frozenset(['1234']), OMIT), (1234, frozenset(['23']), OMIT), (1.0, frozenset(['1.0']), OMIT), (['string', 'strang', 'strung'], frozenset(['strang']), ['string', OMIT, 'strung']), (['string', 'strang', 'strung'], frozenset(['strang', 'string', 'strung']), [OMIT, OMIT, OMIT]), (('string', 'strang', 'strung'), frozenset(['string', 'strung']), [OMIT, 'strang', OMIT]), ((1234567890, 345678, 987654321), frozenset(['1234567890']), [OMIT, 345678, 987654321]), ((1234567890, 345678, 987654321), frozenset(['345678']), [OMIT, OMIT, 987654321]), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'secret': 'key'}, frozenset(['key']), {'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'secret': OMIT}), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'secret': 'key'}, frozenset(['key', 'dos', '1']), {'one': OMIT, 'two': OMIT, 'secret': OMIT}), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'secret': 'key'}, frozenset(['key', 'dos', '1']), {'one': OMIT, 'two': OMIT, 'secret': OMIT}), ({'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'three': ['amigos', 'musketeers', None, {'ping': 'pong', 'base': ['balls', 'raquets']}]}, frozenset(['balls', 'base', 'pong', 'amigos']), {'one': 1, 'two': 'dos', 'three': [OMIT, 'musketeers', None, {'ping': OMIT, 'base': [OMIT, 'raquets']}]}), ('This sentence has an enigma wrapped in a mystery inside of a secret. - mr mystery', frozenset(['enigma', 'mystery', 'secret']), 'This sentence has an ******** wrapped in a ******** inside of a ********. - mr ********'), ('Toshio くらとみ', frozenset(['くらとみ']), 'Toshio ********'), (u'Toshio くらとみ', frozenset(['くらとみ']), u'Toshio ********'), ) def test_no_removal(self): for value, no_log_strings in self.dataset_no_remove: self.assertEquals(remove_values(value, no_log_strings), value) def test_strings_to_remove(self): for value, no_log_strings, expected in self.dataset_remove: self.assertEquals(remove_values(value, no_log_strings), expected) def test_unknown_type(self): self.assertRaises(TypeError, remove_values, object(), frozenset())
gpl-3.0
airbnb/airflow
tests/providers/google/cloud/sensors/test_gcs.py
7
11744
# # Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one # or more contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file # distributed with this work for additional information # regarding copyright ownership. The ASF licenses this file # to you 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. from datetime import datetime, timedelta, timezone from unittest import TestCase, mock import pendulum from airflow.exceptions import AirflowSensorTimeout from airflow.models.dag import DAG, AirflowException from airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs import ( GCSObjectExistenceSensor, GCSObjectsWtihPrefixExistenceSensor, GCSObjectUpdateSensor, GCSUploadSessionCompleteSensor, ts_function, ) TEST_BUCKET = "TEST_BUCKET" TEST_OBJECT = "TEST_OBJECT" TEST_DELEGATE_TO = "TEST_DELEGATE_TO" TEST_GCP_CONN_ID = 'TEST_GCP_CONN_ID' TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN = ["ACCOUNT_1", "ACCOUNT_2", "ACCOUNT_3"] TEST_PREFIX = "TEST_PREFIX" TEST_DAG_ID = 'unit_tests_gcs_sensor' DEFAULT_DATE = datetime(2015, 1, 1) MOCK_DATE_ARRAY = [datetime(2019, 2, 24, 12, 0, 0) - i * timedelta(seconds=10) for i in range(25)] def next_time_side_effect(): """ This each time this is called mock a time 10 seconds later than the previous call. """ return MOCK_DATE_ARRAY.pop() mock_time = mock.Mock(side_effect=next_time_side_effect) class TestGoogleCloudStorageObjectSensor(TestCase): @mock.patch("airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook") def test_should_pass_argument_to_hook(self, mock_hook): task = GCSObjectExistenceSensor( task_id="task-id", bucket=TEST_BUCKET, object=TEST_OBJECT, google_cloud_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.exists.return_value = True result = task.poke(mock.MagicMock()) self.assertEqual(True, result) mock_hook.assert_called_once_with( delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, google_cloud_storage_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.exists.assert_called_once_with(TEST_BUCKET, TEST_OBJECT) class TestTsFunction(TestCase): def test_should_support_datetime(self): context = { 'dag': DAG(dag_id=TEST_DAG_ID, schedule_interval=timedelta(days=5)), 'execution_date': datetime(2019, 2, 14, 0, 0), } result = ts_function(context) self.assertEqual(datetime(2019, 2, 19, 0, 0, tzinfo=timezone.utc), result) def test_should_support_cron(self): dag = DAG(dag_id=TEST_DAG_ID, start_date=datetime(2019, 2, 19, 0, 0), schedule_interval='@weekly') context = { 'dag': dag, 'execution_date': datetime(2019, 2, 19), } result = ts_function(context) self.assertEqual(pendulum.instance(datetime(2019, 2, 24)).isoformat(), result.isoformat()) class TestGoogleCloudStorageObjectUpdatedSensor(TestCase): @mock.patch("airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook") def test_should_pass_argument_to_hook(self, mock_hook): task = GCSObjectUpdateSensor( task_id="task-id", bucket=TEST_BUCKET, object=TEST_OBJECT, google_cloud_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.is_updated_after.return_value = True result = task.poke(mock.MagicMock()) mock_hook.assert_called_once_with( delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, google_cloud_storage_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.is_updated_after.assert_called_once_with(TEST_BUCKET, TEST_OBJECT, mock.ANY) self.assertEqual(True, result) class TestGoogleCloudStoragePrefixSensor(TestCase): @mock.patch("airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook") def test_should_pass_arguments_to_hook(self, mock_hook): task = GCSObjectsWtihPrefixExistenceSensor( task_id="task-id", bucket=TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX, google_cloud_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.list.return_value = ["NOT_EMPTY_LIST"] result = task.poke(mock.MagicMock) mock_hook.assert_called_once_with( delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, google_cloud_storage_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.list.assert_called_once_with(TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX) self.assertEqual(True, result) @mock.patch("airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook") def test_should_return_false_on_empty_list(self, mock_hook): task = GCSObjectsWtihPrefixExistenceSensor( task_id="task-id", bucket=TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX, google_cloud_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, ) mock_hook.return_value.list.return_value = [] result = task.poke(mock.MagicMock) self.assertEqual(False, result) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook') def test_execute(self, mock_hook): task = GCSObjectsWtihPrefixExistenceSensor( task_id="task-id", bucket=TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX, google_cloud_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, poke_interval=0, ) generated_messages = ['test-prefix/obj%s' % i for i in range(5)] mock_hook.return_value.list.return_value = generated_messages response = task.execute(None) mock_hook.assert_called_once_with( delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, google_cloud_storage_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) mock_hook.return_value.list.assert_called_once_with(TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX) self.assertEqual(response, generated_messages) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook') def test_execute_timeout(self, mock_hook): task = GCSObjectsWtihPrefixExistenceSensor( task_id="task-id", bucket=TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX, poke_interval=0, timeout=1 ) mock_hook.return_value.list.return_value = [] with self.assertRaises(AirflowSensorTimeout): task.execute(mock.MagicMock) mock_hook.return_value.list.assert_called_once_with(TEST_BUCKET, prefix=TEST_PREFIX) class TestGCSUploadSessionCompleteSensor(TestCase): def setUp(self): args = { 'owner': 'airflow', 'start_date': DEFAULT_DATE, } dag = DAG(TEST_DAG_ID + 'test_schedule_dag_once', default_args=args) dag.schedule_interval = '@once' self.dag = dag self.sensor = GCSUploadSessionCompleteSensor( task_id='sensor_1', bucket='test-bucket', prefix='test-prefix/path', inactivity_period=12, poke_interval=10, min_objects=1, allow_delete=False, google_cloud_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, dag=self.dag, ) self.last_mocked_date = datetime(2019, 4, 24, 0, 0, 0) @mock.patch("airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.GCSHook") def test_get_gcs_hook(self, mock_hook): self.sensor._get_gcs_hook() mock_hook.assert_called_once_with( gcp_conn_id=TEST_GCP_CONN_ID, delegate_to=TEST_DELEGATE_TO, impersonation_chain=TEST_IMPERSONATION_CHAIN, ) self.assertEqual(mock_hook.return_value, self.sensor.hook) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.get_time', mock_time) def test_files_deleted_between_pokes_throw_error(self): self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'b'}) with self.assertRaises(AirflowException): self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.get_time', mock_time) def test_files_deleted_between_pokes_allow_delete(self): self.sensor = GCSUploadSessionCompleteSensor( task_id='sensor_2', bucket='test-bucket', prefix='test-prefix/path', inactivity_period=12, poke_interval=10, min_objects=1, allow_delete=True, dag=self.dag, ) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'b'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) self.assertEqual(len(self.sensor.previous_objects), 1) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'c'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'd'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'd'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 10) self.assertTrue(self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'd'})) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.get_time', mock_time) def test_incoming_data(self): self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'b'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a', 'b', 'c'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.get_time', mock_time) def test_no_new_data(self): self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 10) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.get_time', mock_time) def test_no_new_data_success_criteria(self): self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'}) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 10) self.assertTrue(self.sensor.is_bucket_updated({'a'})) @mock.patch('airflow.providers.google.cloud.sensors.gcs.get_time', mock_time) def test_not_enough_objects(self): self.sensor.is_bucket_updated(set()) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 0) self.sensor.is_bucket_updated(set()) self.assertEqual(self.sensor.inactivity_seconds, 10) self.assertFalse(self.sensor.is_bucket_updated(set()))
apache-2.0
h0nIg/ansible-modules-extras
network/snmp_facts.py
14
13252
#!/usr/bin/python # This file is part of Networklore's snmp library for Ansible # # The module 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. # # The module 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 Ansible. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. DOCUMENTATION = ''' --- module: snmp_facts version_added: "1.9" author: "Patrick Ogenstad (@ogenstad)" short_description: Retrive facts for a device using SNMP. description: - Retrieve facts for a device using SNMP, the facts will be inserted to the ansible_facts key. requirements: - pysnmp options: host: description: - Set to target snmp server (normally {{inventory_hostname}}) required: true version: description: - SNMP Version to use, v2/v2c or v3 choices: [ 'v2', 'v2c', 'v3' ] required: true community: description: - The SNMP community string, required if version is v2/v2c required: false level: description: - Authentication level, required if version is v3 choices: [ 'authPriv', 'authNoPriv' ] required: false username: description: - Username for SNMPv3, required if version is v3 required: false integrity: description: - Hashing algoritm, required if version is v3 choices: [ 'md5', 'sha' ] required: false authkey: description: - Authentication key, required if version is v3 required: false privacy: description: - Encryption algoritm, required if level is authPriv choices: [ 'des', 'aes' ] required: false privkey: description: - Encryption key, required if version is authPriv required: false ''' EXAMPLES = ''' # Gather facts with SNMP version 2 - snmp_facts: host={{ inventory_hostname }} version=2c community=public connection: local # Gather facts using SNMP version 3 - snmp_facts: host={{ inventory_hostname }} version=v3 level=authPriv integrity=sha privacy=aes username=snmp-user authkey=abc12345 privkey=def6789 delegate_to: localhost ''' from ansible.module_utils.basic import * from collections import defaultdict try: from pysnmp.entity.rfc3413.oneliner import cmdgen has_pysnmp = True except: has_pysnmp = False class DefineOid(object): def __init__(self,dotprefix=False): if dotprefix: dp = "." else: dp = "" # From SNMPv2-MIB self.sysDescr = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.1.1.0" self.sysObjectId = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.1.2.0" self.sysUpTime = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.1.3.0" self.sysContact = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.1.4.0" self.sysName = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.1.5.0" self.sysLocation = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.1.6.0" # From IF-MIB self.ifIndex = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.1" self.ifDescr = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.2" self.ifMtu = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.4" self.ifSpeed = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.5" self.ifPhysAddress = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.6" self.ifAdminStatus = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.7" self.ifOperStatus = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.8" self.ifAlias = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.31.1.1.1.18" # From IP-MIB self.ipAdEntAddr = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.4.20.1.1" self.ipAdEntIfIndex = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.4.20.1.2" self.ipAdEntNetMask = dp + "1.3.6.1.2.1.4.20.1.3" def decode_hex(hexstring): if len(hexstring) < 3: return hexstring if hexstring[:2] == "0x": return hexstring[2:].decode("hex") else: return hexstring def decode_mac(hexstring): if len(hexstring) != 14: return hexstring if hexstring[:2] == "0x": return hexstring[2:] else: return hexstring def lookup_adminstatus(int_adminstatus): adminstatus_options = { 1: 'up', 2: 'down', 3: 'testing' } if int_adminstatus in adminstatus_options.keys(): return adminstatus_options[int_adminstatus] else: return "" def lookup_operstatus(int_operstatus): operstatus_options = { 1: 'up', 2: 'down', 3: 'testing', 4: 'unknown', 5: 'dormant', 6: 'notPresent', 7: 'lowerLayerDown' } if int_operstatus in operstatus_options.keys(): return operstatus_options[int_operstatus] else: return "" def main(): module = AnsibleModule( argument_spec=dict( host=dict(required=True), version=dict(required=True, choices=['v2', 'v2c', 'v3']), community=dict(required=False, default=False), username=dict(required=False), level=dict(required=False, choices=['authNoPriv', 'authPriv']), integrity=dict(required=False, choices=['md5', 'sha']), privacy=dict(required=False, choices=['des', 'aes']), authkey=dict(required=False), privkey=dict(required=False), removeplaceholder=dict(required=False)), required_together = ( ['username','level','integrity','authkey'],['privacy','privkey'],), supports_check_mode=False) m_args = module.params if not has_pysnmp: module.fail_json(msg='Missing required pysnmp module (check docs)') cmdGen = cmdgen.CommandGenerator() # Verify that we receive a community when using snmp v2 if m_args['version'] == "v2" or m_args['version'] == "v2c": if m_args['community'] == False: module.fail_json(msg='Community not set when using snmp version 2') if m_args['version'] == "v3": if m_args['username'] == None: module.fail_json(msg='Username not set when using snmp version 3') if m_args['level'] == "authPriv" and m_args['privacy'] == None: module.fail_json(msg='Privacy algorithm not set when using authPriv') if m_args['integrity'] == "sha": integrity_proto = cmdgen.usmHMACSHAAuthProtocol elif m_args['integrity'] == "md5": integrity_proto = cmdgen.usmHMACMD5AuthProtocol if m_args['privacy'] == "aes": privacy_proto = cmdgen.usmAesCfb128Protocol elif m_args['privacy'] == "des": privacy_proto = cmdgen.usmDESPrivProtocol # Use SNMP Version 2 if m_args['version'] == "v2" or m_args['version'] == "v2c": snmp_auth = cmdgen.CommunityData(m_args['community']) # Use SNMP Version 3 with authNoPriv elif m_args['level'] == "authNoPriv": snmp_auth = cmdgen.UsmUserData(m_args['username'], authKey=m_args['authkey'], authProtocol=integrity_proto) # Use SNMP Version 3 with authPriv else: snmp_auth = cmdgen.UsmUserData(m_args['username'], authKey=m_args['authkey'], privKey=m_args['privkey'], authProtocol=integrity_proto, privProtocol=privacy_proto) # Use p to prefix OIDs with a dot for polling p = DefineOid(dotprefix=True) # Use v without a prefix to use with return values v = DefineOid(dotprefix=False) Tree = lambda: defaultdict(Tree) results = Tree() errorIndication, errorStatus, errorIndex, varBinds = cmdGen.getCmd( snmp_auth, cmdgen.UdpTransportTarget((m_args['host'], 161)), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.sysDescr,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.sysObjectId,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.sysUpTime,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.sysContact,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.sysName,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.sysLocation,), lookupMib=False ) if errorIndication: module.fail_json(msg=str(errorIndication)) for oid, val in varBinds: current_oid = oid.prettyPrint() current_val = val.prettyPrint() if current_oid == v.sysDescr: results['ansible_sysdescr'] = decode_hex(current_val) elif current_oid == v.sysObjectId: results['ansible_sysobjectid'] = current_val elif current_oid == v.sysUpTime: results['ansible_sysuptime'] = current_val elif current_oid == v.sysContact: results['ansible_syscontact'] = current_val elif current_oid == v.sysName: results['ansible_sysname'] = current_val elif current_oid == v.sysLocation: results['ansible_syslocation'] = current_val errorIndication, errorStatus, errorIndex, varTable = cmdGen.nextCmd( snmp_auth, cmdgen.UdpTransportTarget((m_args['host'], 161)), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifIndex,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifDescr,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifMtu,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifSpeed,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifPhysAddress,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifAdminStatus,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifOperStatus,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ipAdEntAddr,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ipAdEntIfIndex,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ipAdEntNetMask,), cmdgen.MibVariable(p.ifAlias,), lookupMib=False ) if errorIndication: module.fail_json(msg=str(errorIndication)) interface_indexes = [] all_ipv4_addresses = [] ipv4_networks = Tree() for varBinds in varTable: for oid, val in varBinds: current_oid = oid.prettyPrint() current_val = val.prettyPrint() if v.ifIndex in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['ifindex'] = current_val interface_indexes.append(ifIndex) if v.ifDescr in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['name'] = current_val if v.ifMtu in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['mtu'] = current_val if v.ifMtu in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['speed'] = current_val if v.ifPhysAddress in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['mac'] = decode_mac(current_val) if v.ifAdminStatus in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['adminstatus'] = lookup_adminstatus(int(current_val)) if v.ifOperStatus in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['operstatus'] = lookup_operstatus(int(current_val)) if v.ipAdEntAddr in current_oid: curIPList = current_oid.rsplit('.', 4)[-4:] curIP = ".".join(curIPList) ipv4_networks[curIP]['address'] = current_val all_ipv4_addresses.append(current_val) if v.ipAdEntIfIndex in current_oid: curIPList = current_oid.rsplit('.', 4)[-4:] curIP = ".".join(curIPList) ipv4_networks[curIP]['interface'] = current_val if v.ipAdEntNetMask in current_oid: curIPList = current_oid.rsplit('.', 4)[-4:] curIP = ".".join(curIPList) ipv4_networks[curIP]['netmask'] = current_val if v.ifAlias in current_oid: ifIndex = int(current_oid.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]) results['ansible_interfaces'][ifIndex]['description'] = current_val interface_to_ipv4 = {} for ipv4_network in ipv4_networks: current_interface = ipv4_networks[ipv4_network]['interface'] current_network = { 'address': ipv4_networks[ipv4_network]['address'], 'netmask': ipv4_networks[ipv4_network]['netmask'] } if not current_interface in interface_to_ipv4: interface_to_ipv4[current_interface] = [] interface_to_ipv4[current_interface].append(current_network) else: interface_to_ipv4[current_interface].append(current_network) for interface in interface_to_ipv4: results['ansible_interfaces'][int(interface)]['ipv4'] = interface_to_ipv4[interface] results['ansible_all_ipv4_addresses'] = all_ipv4_addresses module.exit_json(ansible_facts=results) main()
gpl-3.0
w1ll1am23/home-assistant
tests/components/rest/test_notify.py
6
1522
"""The tests for the rest.notify platform.""" from os import path from unittest.mock import patch import respx from homeassistant import config as hass_config import homeassistant.components.notify as notify from homeassistant.components.rest import DOMAIN from homeassistant.const import SERVICE_RELOAD from homeassistant.setup import async_setup_component @respx.mock async def test_reload_notify(hass): """Verify we can reload the notify service.""" respx.get("http://localhost") % 200 assert await async_setup_component( hass, notify.DOMAIN, { notify.DOMAIN: [ { "name": DOMAIN, "platform": DOMAIN, "resource": "http://127.0.0.1/off", }, ] }, ) await hass.async_block_till_done() assert hass.services.has_service(notify.DOMAIN, DOMAIN) yaml_path = path.join( _get_fixtures_base_path(), "fixtures", "rest/configuration.yaml", ) with patch.object(hass_config, "YAML_CONFIG_FILE", yaml_path): await hass.services.async_call( DOMAIN, SERVICE_RELOAD, {}, blocking=True, ) await hass.async_block_till_done() assert not hass.services.has_service(notify.DOMAIN, DOMAIN) assert hass.services.has_service(notify.DOMAIN, "rest_reloaded") def _get_fixtures_base_path(): return path.dirname(path.dirname(path.dirname(__file__)))
apache-2.0
dharmabumstead/ansible
lib/ansible/plugins/action/win_copy.py
7
23402
# This file is part of Ansible # Copyright (c) 2017 Ansible Project # GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see COPYING or https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt) # Make coding more python3-ish from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function) __metaclass__ = type import base64 import json import os import os.path import shutil import tempfile import traceback import zipfile from ansible import constants as C from ansible.errors import AnsibleError, AnsibleFileNotFound from ansible.module_utils._text import to_bytes, to_native, to_text from ansible.module_utils.parsing.convert_bool import boolean from ansible.plugins.action import ActionBase from ansible.utils.hashing import checksum def _walk_dirs(topdir, loader, decrypt=True, base_path=None, local_follow=False, trailing_slash_detector=None, checksum_check=False): """ Walk a filesystem tree returning enough information to copy the files. This is similar to the _walk_dirs function in ``copy.py`` but returns a dict instead of a tuple for each entry and includes the checksum of a local file if wanted. :arg topdir: The directory that the filesystem tree is rooted at :arg loader: The self._loader object from ActionBase :kwarg decrypt: Whether to decrypt a file encrypted with ansible-vault :kwarg base_path: The initial directory structure to strip off of the files for the destination directory. If this is None (the default), the base_path is set to ``top_dir``. :kwarg local_follow: Whether to follow symlinks on the source. When set to False, no symlinks are dereferenced. When set to True (the default), the code will dereference most symlinks. However, symlinks can still be present if needed to break a circular link. :kwarg trailing_slash_detector: Function to determine if a path has a trailing directory separator. Only needed when dealing with paths on a remote machine (in which case, pass in a function that is aware of the directory separator conventions on the remote machine). :kawrg whether to get the checksum of the local file and add to the dict :returns: dictionary of dictionaries. All of the path elements in the structure are text string. This separates all the files, directories, and symlinks along with import information about each:: { 'files'; [{ src: '/absolute/path/to/copy/from', dest: 'relative/path/to/copy/to', checksum: 'b54ba7f5621240d403f06815f7246006ef8c7d43' }, ...], 'directories'; [{ src: '/absolute/path/to/copy/from', dest: 'relative/path/to/copy/to' }, ...], 'symlinks'; [{ src: '/symlink/target/path', dest: 'relative/path/to/copy/to' }, ...], } The ``symlinks`` field is only populated if ``local_follow`` is set to False *or* a circular symlink cannot be dereferenced. The ``checksum`` entry is set to None if checksum_check=False. """ # Convert the path segments into byte strings r_files = {'files': [], 'directories': [], 'symlinks': []} def _recurse(topdir, rel_offset, parent_dirs, rel_base=u'', checksum_check=False): """ This is a closure (function utilizing variables from it's parent function's scope) so that we only need one copy of all the containers. Note that this function uses side effects (See the Variables used from outer scope). :arg topdir: The directory we are walking for files :arg rel_offset: Integer defining how many characters to strip off of the beginning of a path :arg parent_dirs: Directories that we're copying that this directory is in. :kwarg rel_base: String to prepend to the path after ``rel_offset`` is applied to form the relative path. Variables used from the outer scope ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ :r_files: Dictionary of files in the hierarchy. See the return value for :func:`walk` for the structure of this dictionary. :local_follow: Read-only inside of :func:`_recurse`. Whether to follow symlinks """ for base_path, sub_folders, files in os.walk(topdir): for filename in files: filepath = os.path.join(base_path, filename) dest_filepath = os.path.join(rel_base, filepath[rel_offset:]) if os.path.islink(filepath): # Dereference the symlnk real_file = loader.get_real_file(os.path.realpath(filepath), decrypt=decrypt) if local_follow and os.path.isfile(real_file): # Add the file pointed to by the symlink r_files['files'].append( { "src": real_file, "dest": dest_filepath, "checksum": _get_local_checksum(checksum_check, real_file) } ) else: # Mark this file as a symlink to copy r_files['symlinks'].append({"src": os.readlink(filepath), "dest": dest_filepath}) else: # Just a normal file real_file = loader.get_real_file(filepath, decrypt=decrypt) r_files['files'].append( { "src": real_file, "dest": dest_filepath, "checksum": _get_local_checksum(checksum_check, real_file) } ) for dirname in sub_folders: dirpath = os.path.join(base_path, dirname) dest_dirpath = os.path.join(rel_base, dirpath[rel_offset:]) real_dir = os.path.realpath(dirpath) dir_stats = os.stat(real_dir) if os.path.islink(dirpath): if local_follow: if (dir_stats.st_dev, dir_stats.st_ino) in parent_dirs: # Just insert the symlink if the target directory # exists inside of the copy already r_files['symlinks'].append({"src": os.readlink(dirpath), "dest": dest_dirpath}) else: # Walk the dirpath to find all parent directories. new_parents = set() parent_dir_list = os.path.dirname(dirpath).split(os.path.sep) for parent in range(len(parent_dir_list), 0, -1): parent_stat = os.stat(u'/'.join(parent_dir_list[:parent])) if (parent_stat.st_dev, parent_stat.st_ino) in parent_dirs: # Reached the point at which the directory # tree is already known. Don't add any # more or we might go to an ancestor that # isn't being copied. break new_parents.add((parent_stat.st_dev, parent_stat.st_ino)) if (dir_stats.st_dev, dir_stats.st_ino) in new_parents: # This was a a circular symlink. So add it as # a symlink r_files['symlinks'].append({"src": os.readlink(dirpath), "dest": dest_dirpath}) else: # Walk the directory pointed to by the symlink r_files['directories'].append({"src": real_dir, "dest": dest_dirpath}) offset = len(real_dir) + 1 _recurse(real_dir, offset, parent_dirs.union(new_parents), rel_base=dest_dirpath, checksum_check=checksum_check) else: # Add the symlink to the destination r_files['symlinks'].append({"src": os.readlink(dirpath), "dest": dest_dirpath}) else: # Just a normal directory r_files['directories'].append({"src": dirpath, "dest": dest_dirpath}) # Check if the source ends with a "/" so that we know which directory # level to work at (similar to rsync) source_trailing_slash = False if trailing_slash_detector: source_trailing_slash = trailing_slash_detector(topdir) else: source_trailing_slash = topdir.endswith(os.path.sep) # Calculate the offset needed to strip the base_path to make relative # paths if base_path is None: base_path = topdir if not source_trailing_slash: base_path = os.path.dirname(base_path) if topdir.startswith(base_path): offset = len(base_path) # Make sure we're making the new paths relative if trailing_slash_detector and not trailing_slash_detector(base_path): offset += 1 elif not base_path.endswith(os.path.sep): offset += 1 if os.path.islink(topdir) and not local_follow: r_files['symlinks'] = {"src": os.readlink(topdir), "dest": os.path.basename(topdir)} return r_files dir_stats = os.stat(topdir) parents = frozenset(((dir_stats.st_dev, dir_stats.st_ino),)) # Actually walk the directory hierarchy _recurse(topdir, offset, parents, checksum_check=checksum_check) return r_files def _get_local_checksum(get_checksum, local_path): if get_checksum: return checksum(local_path) else: return None class ActionModule(ActionBase): WIN_PATH_SEPARATOR = "\\" def _create_content_tempfile(self, content): ''' Create a tempfile containing defined content ''' fd, content_tempfile = tempfile.mkstemp(dir=C.DEFAULT_LOCAL_TMP) f = os.fdopen(fd, 'wb') content = to_bytes(content) try: f.write(content) except Exception as err: os.remove(content_tempfile) raise Exception(err) finally: f.close() return content_tempfile def _create_zip_tempfile(self, files, directories): tmpdir = tempfile.mkdtemp(dir=C.DEFAULT_LOCAL_TMP) zip_file_path = os.path.join(tmpdir, "win_copy.zip") zip_file = zipfile.ZipFile(zip_file_path, "w", zipfile.ZIP_STORED, True) # encoding the file/dir name with base64 so Windows can unzip a unicode # filename and get the right name, Windows doesn't handle unicode names # very well for directory in directories: directory_path = to_bytes(directory['src'], errors='surrogate_or_strict') archive_path = to_bytes(directory['dest'], errors='surrogate_or_strict') encoded_path = to_text(base64.b64encode(archive_path), errors='surrogate_or_strict') zip_file.write(directory_path, encoded_path, zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED) for file in files: file_path = to_bytes(file['src'], errors='surrogate_or_strict') archive_path = to_bytes(file['dest'], errors='surrogate_or_strict') encoded_path = to_text(base64.b64encode(archive_path), errors='surrogate_or_strict') zip_file.write(file_path, encoded_path, zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED) return zip_file_path def _remove_tempfile_if_content_defined(self, content, content_tempfile): if content is not None: os.remove(content_tempfile) def _copy_single_file(self, local_file, dest, source_rel, task_vars, tmp): if self._play_context.check_mode: module_return = dict(changed=True) return module_return # copy the file across to the server tmp_src = self._connection._shell.join_path(tmp, 'source') self._transfer_file(local_file, tmp_src) copy_args = self._task.args.copy() copy_args.update( dict( dest=dest, src=tmp_src, original_basename=source_rel, _copy_mode="single" ) ) copy_args.pop('content', None) copy_result = self._execute_module(module_name="copy", module_args=copy_args, task_vars=task_vars) return copy_result def _copy_zip_file(self, dest, files, directories, task_vars, tmp): # create local zip file containing all the files and directories that # need to be copied to the server if self._play_context.check_mode: module_return = dict(changed=True) return module_return try: zip_file = self._create_zip_tempfile(files, directories) except Exception as e: module_return = dict( changed=False, failed=True, msg="failed to create tmp zip file: %s" % to_text(e), exception=traceback.format_exc() ) return module_return zip_path = self._loader.get_real_file(zip_file) # send zip file to remote, file must end in .zip so # Com Shell.Application works tmp_src = self._connection._shell.join_path(tmp, 'source.zip') self._transfer_file(zip_path, tmp_src) # run the explode operation of win_copy on remote copy_args = self._task.args.copy() copy_args.update( dict( src=tmp_src, dest=dest, _copy_mode="explode" ) ) copy_args.pop('content', None) module_return = self._execute_module(module_name='copy', module_args=copy_args, task_vars=task_vars) shutil.rmtree(os.path.dirname(zip_path)) return module_return def run(self, tmp=None, task_vars=None): ''' handler for file transfer operations ''' if task_vars is None: task_vars = dict() result = super(ActionModule, self).run(tmp, task_vars) del tmp # tmp no longer has any effect source = self._task.args.get('src', None) content = self._task.args.get('content', None) dest = self._task.args.get('dest', None) remote_src = boolean(self._task.args.get('remote_src', False), strict=False) local_follow = boolean(self._task.args.get('local_follow', False), strict=False) force = boolean(self._task.args.get('force', True), strict=False) decrypt = boolean(self._task.args.get('decrypt', True), strict=False) result['src'] = source result['dest'] = dest result['failed'] = True if (source is None and content is None) or dest is None: result['msg'] = "src (or content) and dest are required" elif source is not None and content is not None: result['msg'] = "src and content are mutually exclusive" elif content is not None and dest is not None and ( dest.endswith(os.path.sep) or dest.endswith(self.WIN_PATH_SEPARATOR)): result['msg'] = "dest must be a file if content is defined" else: del result['failed'] if result.get('failed'): return result # If content is defined make a temp file and write the content into it content_tempfile = None if content is not None: try: # if content comes to us as a dict it should be decoded json. # We need to encode it back into a string and write it out if isinstance(content, dict) or isinstance(content, list): content_tempfile = self._create_content_tempfile(json.dumps(content)) else: content_tempfile = self._create_content_tempfile(content) source = content_tempfile except Exception as err: result['failed'] = True result['msg'] = "could not write content tmp file: %s" % to_native(err) return result # all actions should occur on the remote server, run win_copy module elif remote_src: new_module_args = self._task.args.copy() new_module_args.update( dict( _copy_mode="remote", dest=dest, src=source, force=force ) ) new_module_args.pop('content', None) result.update(self._execute_module(module_args=new_module_args, task_vars=task_vars)) return result # find_needle returns a path that may not have a trailing slash on a # directory so we need to find that out first and append at the end else: trailing_slash = source.endswith(os.path.sep) try: # find in expected paths source = self._find_needle('files', source) except AnsibleError as e: result['failed'] = True result['msg'] = to_text(e) result['exception'] = traceback.format_exc() return result if trailing_slash != source.endswith(os.path.sep): if source[-1] == os.path.sep: source = source[:-1] else: source = source + os.path.sep # A list of source file tuples (full_path, relative_path) which will try to copy to the destination source_files = {'files': [], 'directories': [], 'symlinks': []} # If source is a directory populate our list else source is a file and translate it to a tuple. if os.path.isdir(to_bytes(source, errors='surrogate_or_strict')): result['operation'] = 'folder_copy' # Get a list of the files we want to replicate on the remote side source_files = _walk_dirs(source, self._loader, decrypt=decrypt, local_follow=local_follow, trailing_slash_detector=self._connection._shell.path_has_trailing_slash, checksum_check=force) # If it's recursive copy, destination is always a dir, # explicitly mark it so (note - win_copy module relies on this). if not self._connection._shell.path_has_trailing_slash(dest): dest = "%s%s" % (dest, self.WIN_PATH_SEPARATOR) check_dest = dest # Source is a file, add details to source_files dict else: result['operation'] = 'file_copy' # If the local file does not exist, get_real_file() raises AnsibleFileNotFound try: source_full = self._loader.get_real_file(source, decrypt=decrypt) except AnsibleFileNotFound as e: result['failed'] = True result['msg'] = "could not find src=%s, %s" % (source_full, to_text(e)) return result original_basename = os.path.basename(source) result['original_basename'] = original_basename # check if dest ends with / or \ and append source filename to dest if self._connection._shell.path_has_trailing_slash(dest): check_dest = dest filename = original_basename result['dest'] = self._connection._shell.join_path(dest, filename) else: # replace \\ with / so we can use os.path to get the filename or dirname unix_path = dest.replace(self.WIN_PATH_SEPARATOR, os.path.sep) filename = os.path.basename(unix_path) check_dest = os.path.dirname(unix_path) file_checksum = _get_local_checksum(force, source_full) source_files['files'].append( dict( src=source_full, dest=filename, checksum=file_checksum ) ) result['checksum'] = file_checksum result['size'] = os.path.getsize(to_bytes(source_full, errors='surrogate_or_strict')) # find out the files/directories/symlinks that we need to copy to the server query_args = self._task.args.copy() query_args.update( dict( _copy_mode="query", dest=check_dest, force=force, files=source_files['files'], directories=source_files['directories'], symlinks=source_files['symlinks'] ) ) # src is not required for query, will fail path validation is src has unix allowed chars query_args.pop('src', None) query_args.pop('content', None) query_return = self._execute_module(module_args=query_args, task_vars=task_vars) if query_return.get('failed') is True: result.update(query_return) return result if len(query_return['files']) > 0 or len(query_return['directories']) > 0 and self._connection._shell.tmpdir is None: self._connection._shell.tmpdir = self._make_tmp_path() if len(query_return['files']) == 1 and len(query_return['directories']) == 0: # we only need to copy 1 file, don't mess around with zips file_src = query_return['files'][0]['src'] file_dest = query_return['files'][0]['dest'] copy_result = self._copy_single_file(file_src, dest, file_dest, task_vars, self._connection._shell.tmpdir) result['changed'] = True if copy_result.get('failed') is True: result['failed'] = True result['msg'] = "failed to copy file %s: %s" % (file_src, copy_result['msg']) elif len(query_return['files']) > 0 or len(query_return['directories']) > 0: # either multiple files or directories need to be copied, compress # to a zip and 'explode' the zip on the server # TODO: handle symlinks result.update(self._copy_zip_file(dest, source_files['files'], source_files['directories'], task_vars, self._connection._shell.tmpdir)) result['changed'] = True else: # no operations need to occur result['failed'] = False result['changed'] = False # remove the content tmp file and remote tmp file if it was created self._remove_tempfile_if_content_defined(content, content_tempfile) self._remove_tmp_path(self._connection._shell.tmpdir) return result
gpl-3.0
rx2130/Leetcode
python/322 Coin Change.py
1
1430
class Solution(object): def coinChange(self, coins, amount): """ :type coins: List[int] :type amount: int :rtype: int """ if amount < 1: return 0 return self.helper(coins, amount, [0] * amount) def helper(self, coins, target, cache): # target: remaining coins after the last step # cache[target]: minimum number of coins to sum up to target if target < 0: return -1 if target == 0: return 0 if cache[target - 1]: return cache[target - 1] min_ = float('inf') for coin in coins: res = self.helper(coins, target - coin, cache) if 0 <= res < min_: min_ = 1 + res cache[target - 1] = min_ if min_ != float('inf') else -1 return cache[target - 1] # DP O(n*amount) time O(amount) space def coinChange2(self, coins, amount): dp = [float('inf')] * (amount + 1) dp[0] = 0 for coin in coins: for i in range(coin, amount + 1): dp[i] = min(dp[i], dp[i - coin] + 1) return -1 if dp[amount] > amount else dp[amount] def main(): coins = [302, 500, 481, 399, 489, 285, 148, 51, 433, 197] amount = 4462 coins = [1, 2, 5] amount = 11 test = Solution() # test.coinChange(coins, amount) test.coinChange2(coins, amount) main()
apache-2.0
ovnicraft/odoo
addons/membership/__openerp__.py
197
2207
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- ############################################################################## # # OpenERP, Open Source Management Solution # Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Tiny SPRL (<http://tiny.be>). # # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Affero 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 Affero General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # ############################################################################## { 'name': 'Membership Management', 'version': '0.1', 'category': 'Association', 'description': """ This module allows you to manage all operations for managing memberships. ========================================================================= It supports different kind of members: -------------------------------------- * Free member * Associated member (e.g.: a group subscribes to a membership for all subsidiaries) * Paid members * Special member prices It is integrated with sales and accounting to allow you to automatically invoice and send propositions for membership renewal. """, 'author': 'OpenERP SA', 'depends': ['base', 'product', 'account'], 'data': [ 'security/ir.model.access.csv', 'wizard/membership_invoice_view.xml', 'membership_data.xml', 'membership_view.xml', 'report/report_membership_view.xml', ], 'demo': [ 'membership_demo.xml', 'membership_demo.yml' ], 'website': 'https://www.odoo.com/page/community-builder', 'test': ['test/test_membership.yml'], 'installable': True, 'auto_install': False, } # vim:expandtab:smartindent:tabstop=4:softtabstop=4:shiftwidth=4:
agpl-3.0
ztmtoosm/ztmtoosm-django
koordynacje/models.py
1
3081
# This is an auto-generated Django model module. # You'll have to do the following manually to clean this up: # * Rearrange models' order # * Make sure each model has one field with primary_key=True # * Make sure each ForeignKey has `on_delete` set to the desired behavior. # * Remove `managed = False` lines if you wish to allow Django to create, modify, and delete the table # Feel free to rename the models, but don't rename db_table values or field names. from __future__ import unicode_literals from django.db import models class OperatorRoutes(models.Model): route_id = models.CharField(db_column='route_id', primary_key=True, max_length=20) # Field name made lowercase. direction = models.IntegerField(db_column='direction', primary_key=True) # Field name made lowercase. stop_on_direction_number = models.IntegerField(db_column='stop_on_direction_number', primary_key=True) # Field name made lowercase. stop_id = models.CharField(db_column='stop_id', max_length=10, blank=True, null=True) # Field name made lowercase. class Meta: managed = False db_table = 'operator_routes' unique_together = (('route_id', 'direction', 'stop_on_direction_number'),) class OperatorStops(models.Model): stop_id = models.CharField(db_column='stop_id', primary_key=True, max_length=10) # Field name made lowercase. name = models.CharField(db_column='name', max_length=100, blank=True, null=True) # Field name made lowercase. lon = models.FloatField(db_column='lon', blank=True, null=True) # Field name made lowercase. lat = models.FloatField(db_column='lat', blank=True, null=True) # Field name made lowercase. coordinates_quality = models.IntegerField(db_column='coordinates_quality', blank=True, null=True) # Field name made lowercase. more_info = models.TextField(db_column='more_info', blank=True, null=True) # Field name made lowercase. class Meta: managed = False db_table = 'operator_stops' class LineDirections(models.Model): line = models.CharField(db_column='line', max_length=20) trip = models.IntegerField(db_column='trip') id2 = models.IntegerField(db_column='id2', primary_key=True) name = models.CharField(db_column='name', max_length=255) class Meta: #unique_together = (("route_id", "direction", "stop_on_direction_number"),) managed = False db_table = 'line_directions' class ScheduleTmp(models.Model): line = models.CharField(db_column='line', max_length=20) trip = models.IntegerField(db_column='trip', primary_key=True) next_stop_trip = models.IntegerField(db_column='next_stop_trip', primary_key=True) time_seconds = models.IntegerField(db_column='time_seconds') day_type = models.CharField(db_column='day_type', max_length=20) stop_id = models.CharField(db_column='stop_id', max_length=20) direction = models.CharField(db_column='direction', max_length=20) class Meta: managed = False db_table = 'schedule' unique_together = (('trip', 'next_stop_trip'),)
mit
yokose-ks/edx-platform
common/lib/xmodule/xmodule/modulestore/xml_exporter.py
5
10839
""" Methods for exporting course data to XML """ import logging import lxml.etree from xblock.fields import Scope from xmodule.contentstore.content import StaticContent from xmodule.exceptions import NotFoundError from xmodule.modulestore import Location from xmodule.modulestore.inheritance import own_metadata from fs.osfs import OSFS from json import dumps import json import datetime import os from path import path import shutil DRAFT_DIR = "drafts" PUBLISHED_DIR = "published" EXPORT_VERSION_FILE = "format.json" EXPORT_VERSION_KEY = "export_format" DEFAULT_CONTENT_FIELDS = ['metadata', 'data'] class EdxJSONEncoder(json.JSONEncoder): """ Custom JSONEncoder that handles `Location` and `datetime.datetime` objects. `Location`s are encoded as their url string form, and `datetime`s as ISO date strings """ def default(self, obj): if isinstance(obj, Location): return obj.url() elif isinstance(obj, datetime.datetime): if obj.tzinfo is not None: if obj.utcoffset() is None: return obj.isoformat() + 'Z' else: return obj.isoformat() else: return obj.isoformat() else: return super(EdxJSONEncoder, self).default(obj) def export_to_xml(modulestore, contentstore, course_location, root_dir, course_dir, draft_modulestore=None): """ Export all modules from `modulestore` and content from `contentstore` as xml to `root_dir`. `modulestore`: A `ModuleStore` object that is the source of the modules to export `contentstore`: A `ContentStore` object that is the source of the content to export, can be None `course_location`: The `Location` of the `CourseModuleDescriptor` to export `root_dir`: The directory to write the exported xml to `course_dir`: The name of the directory inside `root_dir` to write the course content to `draft_modulestore`: An optional `DraftModuleStore` that contains draft content, which will be exported alongside the public content in the course. """ course_id = course_location.course_id course = modulestore.get_course(course_id) fs = OSFS(root_dir) export_fs = course.runtime.export_fs = fs.makeopendir(course_dir) root = lxml.etree.Element('unknown') course.add_xml_to_node(root) with export_fs.open('course.xml', 'w') as course_xml: lxml.etree.ElementTree(root).write(course_xml) # export the static assets policies_dir = export_fs.makeopendir('policies') if contentstore: contentstore.export_all_for_course( course_location, root_dir + '/' + course_dir + '/static/', root_dir + '/' + course_dir + '/policies/assets.json', ) # If we are using the default course image, export it to the # legacy location to support backwards compatibility. if course.course_image == course.fields['course_image'].default: try: course_image = contentstore.find( StaticContent.compute_location( course.location.org, course.location.course, course.course_image ), ) except NotFoundError: pass else: output_dir = root_dir + '/' + course_dir + '/static/images/' if not os.path.isdir(output_dir): os.makedirs(output_dir) with OSFS(output_dir).open('course_image.jpg', 'wb') as course_image_file: course_image_file.write(course_image.data) # export the static tabs export_extra_content(export_fs, modulestore, course_id, course_location, 'static_tab', 'tabs', '.html') # export the custom tags export_extra_content(export_fs, modulestore, course_id, course_location, 'custom_tag_template', 'custom_tags') # export the course updates export_extra_content(export_fs, modulestore, course_id, course_location, 'course_info', 'info', '.html') # export the 'about' data (e.g. overview, etc.) export_extra_content(export_fs, modulestore, course_id, course_location, 'about', 'about', '.html') # export the grading policy course_run_policy_dir = policies_dir.makeopendir(course.location.name) with course_run_policy_dir.open('grading_policy.json', 'w') as grading_policy: grading_policy.write(dumps(course.grading_policy, cls=EdxJSONEncoder)) # export all of the course metadata in policy.json with course_run_policy_dir.open('policy.json', 'w') as course_policy: policy = {'course/' + course.location.name: own_metadata(course)} course_policy.write(dumps(policy, cls=EdxJSONEncoder)) # export draft content # NOTE: this code assumes that verticals are the top most draftable container # should we change the application, then this assumption will no longer # be valid if draft_modulestore is not None: draft_verticals = draft_modulestore.get_items([None, course_location.org, course_location.course, 'vertical', None, 'draft']) if len(draft_verticals) > 0: draft_course_dir = export_fs.makeopendir(DRAFT_DIR) for draft_vertical in draft_verticals: parent_locs = draft_modulestore.get_parent_locations(draft_vertical.location, course.location.course_id) # Don't try to export orphaned items. if len(parent_locs) > 0: logging.debug('parent_locs = {0}'.format(parent_locs)) draft_vertical.xml_attributes['parent_sequential_url'] = Location(parent_locs[0]).url() sequential = modulestore.get_item(Location(parent_locs[0])) index = sequential.children.index(draft_vertical.location.url()) draft_vertical.xml_attributes['index_in_children_list'] = str(index) draft_vertical.runtime.export_fs = draft_course_dir node = lxml.etree.Element('unknown') draft_vertical.add_xml_to_node(node) def _export_field_content(xblock_item, item_dir): """ Export all fields related to 'xblock_item' other than 'metadata' and 'data' to json file in provided directory """ module_data = xblock_item.get_explicitly_set_fields_by_scope(Scope.content) if isinstance(module_data, dict): for field_name in module_data: if field_name not in DEFAULT_CONTENT_FIELDS: # filename format: {dirname}.{field_name}.json with item_dir.open('{0}.{1}.{2}'.format(xblock_item.location.name, field_name, 'json'), 'w') as field_content_file: field_content_file.write(dumps(module_data.get(field_name, {}), cls=EdxJSONEncoder)) def export_extra_content(export_fs, modulestore, course_id, course_location, category_type, dirname, file_suffix=''): query_loc = Location('i4x', course_location.org, course_location.course, category_type, None) items = modulestore.get_items(query_loc, course_id) if len(items) > 0: item_dir = export_fs.makeopendir(dirname) for item in items: with item_dir.open(item.location.name + file_suffix, 'w') as item_file: item_file.write(item.data.encode('utf8')) # export content fields other then metadata and data in json format in current directory _export_field_content(item, item_dir) def convert_between_versions(source_dir, target_dir): """ Converts a version 0 export format to version 1, and vice versa. @param source_dir: the directory structure with the course export that should be converted. The contents of source_dir will not be altered. @param target_dir: the directory where the converted export should be written. @return: the version number of the converted export. """ def convert_to_version_1(): """ Convert a version 0 archive to version 0 """ os.mkdir(copy_root) with open(copy_root / EXPORT_VERSION_FILE, 'w') as f: f.write('{{"{export_key}": 1}}\n'.format(export_key=EXPORT_VERSION_KEY)) # If a drafts folder exists, copy it over. copy_drafts() # Now copy everything into the published directory published_dir = copy_root / PUBLISHED_DIR shutil.copytree(path(source_dir) / course_name, published_dir) # And delete the nested drafts directory, if it exists. nested_drafts_dir = published_dir / DRAFT_DIR if nested_drafts_dir.isdir(): shutil.rmtree(nested_drafts_dir) def convert_to_version_0(): """ Convert a version 1 archive to version 0 """ # Copy everything in "published" up to the top level. published_dir = path(source_dir) / course_name / PUBLISHED_DIR if not published_dir.isdir(): raise ValueError("a version 1 archive must contain a published branch") shutil.copytree(published_dir, copy_root) # If there is a "draft" branch, copy it. All other branches are ignored. copy_drafts() def copy_drafts(): """ Copy drafts directory from the old archive structure to the new. """ draft_dir = path(source_dir) / course_name / DRAFT_DIR if draft_dir.isdir(): shutil.copytree(draft_dir, copy_root / DRAFT_DIR) root = os.listdir(source_dir) if len(root) != 1 or (path(source_dir) / root[0]).isfile(): raise ValueError("source archive does not have single course directory at top level") course_name = root[0] # For this version of the script, we simply convert back and forth between version 0 and 1. original_version = get_version(path(source_dir) / course_name) if original_version not in [0, 1]: raise ValueError("unknown version: " + str(original_version)) desired_version = 1 if original_version is 0 else 0 copy_root = path(target_dir) / course_name if desired_version == 1: convert_to_version_1() else: convert_to_version_0() return desired_version def get_version(course_path): """ Return the export format version number for the given archive directory structure (represented as a path instance). If the archived file does not correspond to a known export format, None will be returned. """ format_file = course_path / EXPORT_VERSION_FILE if not format_file.isfile(): return 0 with open(format_file, "r") as f: data = json.load(f) if EXPORT_VERSION_KEY in data: return data[EXPORT_VERSION_KEY] return None
agpl-3.0
nuncjo/odoo
openerp/addons/base/module/wizard/base_import_language.py
337
2644
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- ############################################################################## # # OpenERP, Open Source Management Solution # Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Tiny SPRL (<http://tiny.be>). # # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Affero 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 Affero General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # ############################################################################## import base64 from tempfile import TemporaryFile from openerp import tools from openerp.osv import osv, fields class base_language_import(osv.osv_memory): """ Language Import """ _name = "base.language.import" _description = "Language Import" _columns = { 'name': fields.char('Language Name', required=True), 'code': fields.char('ISO Code', size=5, help="ISO Language and Country code, e.g. en_US", required=True), 'data': fields.binary('File', required=True), 'overwrite': fields.boolean('Overwrite Existing Terms', help="If you enable this option, existing translations (including custom ones) " "will be overwritten and replaced by those in this file"), } def import_lang(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None): if context is None: context = {} this = self.browse(cr, uid, ids[0]) if this.overwrite: context = dict(context, overwrite=True) fileobj = TemporaryFile('w+') try: fileobj.write(base64.decodestring(this.data)) # now we determine the file format fileobj.seek(0) first_line = fileobj.readline().strip().replace('"', '').replace(' ', '') fileformat = first_line.endswith("type,name,res_id,src,value") and 'csv' or 'po' fileobj.seek(0) tools.trans_load_data(cr, fileobj, fileformat, this.code, lang_name=this.name, context=context) finally: fileobj.close() return True # vim:expandtab:smartindent:tabstop=4:softtabstop=4:shiftwidth=4:
agpl-3.0
oliverlee/sympy
sympy/physics/unitsystems/tests/test_units.py
92
3071
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from __future__ import division from sympy.physics.unitsystems.units import Unit from sympy.physics.unitsystems.systems.mks import length, time from sympy.physics.unitsystems.prefixes import PREFIXES from sympy.utilities.pytest import raises k = PREFIXES['k'] def test_definition(): u = Unit(length, factor=10, abbrev="dm") assert u.dim == length assert u._factor == 10 assert u._abbrev == "dm" assert u.prefix is None km = Unit(length, prefix=k) assert km.prefix == k v = Unit(u, factor=5) assert v.dim == length assert v._factor == 5 * 10 def test_error_definition(): raises(TypeError, lambda: Unit("m")) def test_factor(): u = Unit(length, factor=10, abbrev="dm") assert u.factor == 10 u = Unit(length, factor=5, prefix=k) assert u.factor == 5000 def test_abbrev(): u = Unit(length) assert u.abbrev == "" u = Unit(length, abbrev="m") assert u.abbrev == "m" u = Unit(length, abbrev="m", prefix=k) assert u.abbrev == "km" def test_abbrev_dim(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) assert u.abbrev_dim == "(10 L)" def test_str(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) assert str(u) == u.abbrev_dim u = Unit(length, factor=10, abbrev="m") assert str(u) == "m" def test_repr(): u = Unit(length, factor=10, abbrev="m") assert repr(u) == u.abbrev_dim def test_eq(): u = Unit(length, factor=10, abbrev="dm") v = Unit(length, factor=10) assert (u == v) is True v = Unit(time, factor=10, abbrev="ds") assert (u == v) is False v = Unit(length, factor=1, abbrev="dm") assert (u == v) is False def test_add_sub(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) v = Unit(length, factor=5) w = Unit(time, factor=2) assert u.add(v) == Unit(length, factor=15) assert u.sub(v) == Unit(length, factor=5) raises(ValueError, lambda: u.add(w)) raises(ValueError, lambda: u.sub(w)) raises(TypeError, lambda: u.add(1)) raises(TypeError, lambda: u.sub(1)) def test_pow(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) assert u.pow(0) == 1 assert u.pow(1) == u assert u.pow(2) == Unit(length.pow(2), factor=100) assert u.pow(-1) == Unit(length.pow(-1), factor=0.1) def test_mul(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) assert u.mul(1) == u assert u.mul(Unit(time, factor=2)) == Unit(length.mul(time), factor=20) assert u.mul(Unit(length.pow(-1), factor=2)) == 20 def test_div(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) assert u.rdiv(1) == u.pow(-1) assert u.div(1) == u assert u.div(Unit(time, factor=2)) == Unit(length.div(time), factor=5) assert u.div(Unit(length, factor=2)) == 5 def test_is_compatible(): u = Unit(length, factor=10) assert u.is_compatible(Unit(length)) is True assert u.is_compatible(Unit(time)) is False assert u.is_compatible(2) is False def test_as_quantity(): from sympy.physics.unitsystems.quantities import Quantity u = Unit(length, factor=10) q = Quantity(10, Unit(length)) assert u.as_quantity == q
bsd-3-clause
jfietkau/Streets4MPI
persistence.py
1
1926
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # # persistence.py # Copyright 2012 Julian Fietkau <http://www.julian-fietkau.de/> # # This file is part of Streets4MPI. # # Streets4MPI 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. # # Streets4MPI 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 Streets4MPI. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # import cPickle import zlib import array # This function serializes and compresses an object def persist_serialize(data, compress = True): if compress: return zlib.compress(cPickle.dumps(data)) else: return cPickle.dumps(data) # This function deserializes and decompresses an object def persist_deserialize(data, compressed = True): if compressed: return cPickle.loads(zlib.decompress(data)) else: return cPickle.loads(data) # This function saves a data structure to a file def persist_write(filename, data, compress = True, is_array = False): file = open(filename, "w") if is_array: data = zlib.compress(data.tostring()) else: data = persist_serialize(data, compress) file.write(data) # This function reads a data structure from a file def persist_read(filename, compressed = True, is_array = False): file = open(filename, "r") data = file.read() if is_array: result = array.array("I") result.fromstring(zlib.decompress(data)) else: result = persist_deserialize(data, compressed) return result
gpl-3.0
eldabbagh/gae-boilerplate
bp_includes/external/pytz/reference.py
839
3649
''' Reference tzinfo implementations from the Python docs. Used for testing against as they are only correct for the years 1987 to 2006. Do not use these for real code. ''' from datetime import tzinfo, timedelta, datetime from pytz import utc, UTC, HOUR, ZERO # A class building tzinfo objects for fixed-offset time zones. # Note that FixedOffset(0, "UTC") is a different way to build a # UTC tzinfo object. class FixedOffset(tzinfo): """Fixed offset in minutes east from UTC.""" def __init__(self, offset, name): self.__offset = timedelta(minutes = offset) self.__name = name def utcoffset(self, dt): return self.__offset def tzname(self, dt): return self.__name def dst(self, dt): return ZERO # A class capturing the platform's idea of local time. import time as _time STDOFFSET = timedelta(seconds = -_time.timezone) if _time.daylight: DSTOFFSET = timedelta(seconds = -_time.altzone) else: DSTOFFSET = STDOFFSET DSTDIFF = DSTOFFSET - STDOFFSET class LocalTimezone(tzinfo): def utcoffset(self, dt): if self._isdst(dt): return DSTOFFSET else: return STDOFFSET def dst(self, dt): if self._isdst(dt): return DSTDIFF else: return ZERO def tzname(self, dt): return _time.tzname[self._isdst(dt)] def _isdst(self, dt): tt = (dt.year, dt.month, dt.day, dt.hour, dt.minute, dt.second, dt.weekday(), 0, -1) stamp = _time.mktime(tt) tt = _time.localtime(stamp) return tt.tm_isdst > 0 Local = LocalTimezone() # A complete implementation of current DST rules for major US time zones. def first_sunday_on_or_after(dt): days_to_go = 6 - dt.weekday() if days_to_go: dt += timedelta(days_to_go) return dt # In the US, DST starts at 2am (standard time) on the first Sunday in April. DSTSTART = datetime(1, 4, 1, 2) # and ends at 2am (DST time; 1am standard time) on the last Sunday of Oct. # which is the first Sunday on or after Oct 25. DSTEND = datetime(1, 10, 25, 1) class USTimeZone(tzinfo): def __init__(self, hours, reprname, stdname, dstname): self.stdoffset = timedelta(hours=hours) self.reprname = reprname self.stdname = stdname self.dstname = dstname def __repr__(self): return self.reprname def tzname(self, dt): if self.dst(dt): return self.dstname else: return self.stdname def utcoffset(self, dt): return self.stdoffset + self.dst(dt) def dst(self, dt): if dt is None or dt.tzinfo is None: # An exception may be sensible here, in one or both cases. # It depends on how you want to treat them. The default # fromutc() implementation (called by the default astimezone() # implementation) passes a datetime with dt.tzinfo is self. return ZERO assert dt.tzinfo is self # Find first Sunday in April & the last in October. start = first_sunday_on_or_after(DSTSTART.replace(year=dt.year)) end = first_sunday_on_or_after(DSTEND.replace(year=dt.year)) # Can't compare naive to aware objects, so strip the timezone from # dt first. if start <= dt.replace(tzinfo=None) < end: return HOUR else: return ZERO Eastern = USTimeZone(-5, "Eastern", "EST", "EDT") Central = USTimeZone(-6, "Central", "CST", "CDT") Mountain = USTimeZone(-7, "Mountain", "MST", "MDT") Pacific = USTimeZone(-8, "Pacific", "PST", "PDT")
lgpl-3.0
lordkman/burnman
examples/example_geotherms.py
4
4049
# This file is part of BurnMan - a thermoelastic and thermodynamic toolkit for the Earth and Planetary Sciences # Copyright (C) 2012 - 2015 by the BurnMan team, released under the GNU # GPL v2 or later. """ example_geotherms ----------------- This example shows each of the geotherms currently possible with BurnMan. These are: 1. Brown and Shankland, 1981 :cite:`Brown1981` 2. Anderson, 1982 :cite:`anderson1982earth` 3. Watson and Baxter, 2007 :cite:`Watson2007` 4. linear extrapolation 5. Read in from file from user 6. Adiabatic from potential temperature and choice of mineral *Uses:* * :func:`burnman.geotherm.brown_shankland` * :func:`burnman.geotherm.anderson` * input geotherm file *input_geotherm/example_geotherm.txt* (optional) * :class:`burnman.composite.Composite` for adiabat *Demonstrates:* * the available geotherms """ from __future__ import absolute_import import os import sys import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt # hack to allow scripts to be placed in subdirectories next to burnman: if not os.path.exists('burnman') and os.path.exists('../burnman'): sys.path.insert(1, os.path.abspath('..')) import burnman from burnman import minerals if __name__ == "__main__": # we want to evaluate several geotherms at these values pressures = np.arange(9.0e9, 128e9, 3e9) seismic_model = burnman.seismic.PREM() depths = seismic_model.depth(pressures) # load two builtin geotherms and evaluate the temperatures at all pressures temperature1 = burnman.geotherm.brown_shankland(depths) temperature2 = burnman.geotherm.anderson(depths) # a geotherm is actually just a function that returns a list of temperatures given pressures in Pa # so we can just write our own function my_geotherm_function = lambda p: [1500 + (2500 - 1500) * x / 128e9 for x in p] temperature3 = my_geotherm_function(pressures) # what about a geotherm defined from datapoints given in a file (our # inline)? table = [[1e9, 1600], [30e9, 1700], [130e9, 2700]] # this could also be loaded from a file, just uncomment this # table = burnman.tools.read_table("input_geotherm/example_geotherm.txt") table_pressure = np.array(table)[:, 0] table_temperature = np.array(table)[:, 1] my_geotherm_interpolate = lambda p: [np.interp(x, table_pressure, table_temperature) for x in p] temperature4 = my_geotherm_interpolate(pressures) # finally, we can also calculate a self consistent # geotherm for an assemblage of minerals # based on self compression of the composite rock. # First we need to define an assemblage amount_perovskite = 0.8 fe_pv = 0.05 fe_pc = 0.2 pv = minerals.SLB_2011.mg_fe_perovskite() pc = minerals.SLB_2011.ferropericlase() pv.set_composition([1. - fe_pv, fe_pv, 0.]) pc.set_composition([1. - fe_pc, fe_pc]) example_rock = burnman.Composite( [pv, pc], [amount_perovskite, 1.0 - amount_perovskite]) # next, define an anchor temperature at which we are starting. # Perhaps 1500 K for the upper mantle T0 = 1500. # then generate temperature values using the self consistent function. # This takes more time than the above methods temperature5 = burnman.geotherm.adiabatic(pressures, T0, example_rock) # you can also look at burnman/geotherm.py to see how the geotherms are # implemented plt.plot(pressures / 1e9, temperature1, '-r', label="Brown, Shankland") plt.plot(pressures / 1e9, temperature2, '-c', label="Anderson") plt.plot(pressures / 1e9, temperature3, '-b', label="handwritten linear") plt.plot(pressures / 1e9, temperature4, '-k', label="handwritten from table") plt.plot(pressures / 1e9, temperature5, '-m', label="Adiabat with pv (70%) and fp(30%)") plt.legend(loc='lower right') plt.xlim([8.5, 130]) plt.xlabel('Pressure/GPa') plt.ylabel('Temperature') plt.savefig("output_figures/example_geotherm.png") plt.show()
gpl-2.0
gauribhoite/personfinder
env/google_appengine/google/appengine/api/channel/channel.py
12
6716
#!/usr/bin/env python # # Copyright 2007 Google Inc. # # 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. # """Channel API. This module allows App Engine apps to push messages to a client. Functions defined in this module: create_channel: Creates a channel to send messages to. send_message: Send a message to any clients listening on the given channel. """ import os from google.appengine.api import api_base_pb from google.appengine.api import apiproxy_stub_map from google.appengine.api.channel import channel_service_pb from google.appengine.runtime import apiproxy_errors MAXIMUM_CLIENT_ID_LENGTH = 256 MAXIMUM_TOKEN_DURATION_MINUTES = 24 * 60 MAXIMUM_MESSAGE_LENGTH = 32767 class Error(Exception): """Base error class for this module.""" class InvalidChannelClientIdError(Error): """Error that indicates a bad client id.""" class InvalidChannelTokenDurationError(Error): """Error that indicates the requested duration is invalid.""" class InvalidMessageError(Error): """Error that indicates a message is malformed.""" class AppIdAliasRequired(Error): """Error that indicates you must assign an application alias to your app.""" def _ToChannelError(error): """Translate an application error to a channel Error, if possible. Args: error: An ApplicationError to translate. Returns: The appropriate channel service error, if a match is found, or the original ApplicationError. """ error_map = { channel_service_pb.ChannelServiceError.INVALID_CHANNEL_KEY: InvalidChannelClientIdError, channel_service_pb.ChannelServiceError.BAD_MESSAGE: InvalidMessageError, channel_service_pb.ChannelServiceError.APPID_ALIAS_REQUIRED: AppIdAliasRequired } if error.application_error in error_map: return error_map[error.application_error](error.error_detail) else: return error def _GetService(): """Gets the service name to use, based on if we're on the dev server.""" server_software = os.environ.get('SERVER_SOFTWARE', '') if (server_software.startswith('Devel') or server_software.startswith('test')): return 'channel' else: return 'xmpp' def _ValidateClientId(client_id): """Validates a client id. Args: client_id: The client id provided by the application. Returns: If the client id is of type str, returns the original client id. If the client id is of type unicode, returns the id encoded to utf-8. Raises: InvalidChannelClientIdError: if client id is not an instance of str or unicode, or if the (utf-8 encoded) string is longer than 64 characters. """ if not isinstance(client_id, basestring): raise InvalidChannelClientIdError('"%s" is not a string.' % client_id) if isinstance(client_id, unicode): client_id = client_id.encode('utf-8') if len(client_id) > MAXIMUM_CLIENT_ID_LENGTH: msg = 'Client id length %d is greater than max length %d' % ( len(client_id), MAXIMUM_CLIENT_ID_LENGTH) raise InvalidChannelClientIdError(msg) return client_id def create_channel(client_id, duration_minutes=None): """Create a channel. Args: client_id: A string to identify this channel on the server side. duration_minutes: An int specifying the number of minutes for which the returned token should be valid. Returns: A token that the client can use to connect to the channel. Raises: InvalidChannelClientIdError: if clientid is not an instance of str or unicode, or if the (utf-8 encoded) string is longer than 64 characters. InvalidChannelTokenDurationError: if duration_minutes is not a number, less than 1, or greater than 1440 (the number of minutes in a day). Other errors returned by _ToChannelError """ client_id = _ValidateClientId(client_id) if not duration_minutes is None: if not isinstance(duration_minutes, (int, long)): raise InvalidChannelTokenDurationError( 'Argument duration_minutes must be integral') elif duration_minutes < 1: raise InvalidChannelTokenDurationError( 'Argument duration_minutes must not be less than 1') elif duration_minutes > MAXIMUM_TOKEN_DURATION_MINUTES: msg = ('Argument duration_minutes must be less than %d' % (MAXIMUM_TOKEN_DURATION_MINUTES + 1)) raise InvalidChannelTokenDurationError(msg) request = channel_service_pb.CreateChannelRequest() response = channel_service_pb.CreateChannelResponse() request.set_application_key(client_id) if not duration_minutes is None: request.set_duration_minutes(duration_minutes) try: apiproxy_stub_map.MakeSyncCall(_GetService(), 'CreateChannel', request, response) except apiproxy_errors.ApplicationError, e: raise _ToChannelError(e) return response.token() def send_message(client_id, message): """Send a message to a channel. Args: client_id: The client id passed to create_channel. message: A string representing the message to send. Raises: InvalidChannelClientIdError: if client_id is not an instance of str or unicode, or if the (utf-8 encoded) string is longer than 64 characters. InvalidMessageError: if the message isn't a string or is too long. Errors returned by _ToChannelError """ client_id = _ValidateClientId(client_id) if isinstance(message, unicode): message = message.encode('utf-8') elif not isinstance(message, str): raise InvalidMessageError('Message must be a string') if len(message) > MAXIMUM_MESSAGE_LENGTH: raise InvalidMessageError( 'Message must be no longer than %d chars' % MAXIMUM_MESSAGE_LENGTH) request = channel_service_pb.SendMessageRequest() response = api_base_pb.VoidProto() request.set_application_key(client_id) request.set_message(message) try: apiproxy_stub_map.MakeSyncCall(_GetService(), 'SendChannelMessage', request, response) except apiproxy_errors.ApplicationError, e: raise _ToChannelError(e)
apache-2.0
austinzheng/swift
utils/swift_build_support/tests/products/test_llvm.py
39
5436
# tests/products/test_llvm.py -----------------------------------*- python -*- # # This source file is part of the LLVM.org open source project # # Copyright (c) 2014 - 2017 Apple Inc. and the LLVM project authors # Licensed under Apache License v2.0 with Runtime Library Exception # # See https://swift.org/LICENSE.txt for license information # See https://swift.org/CONTRIBUTORS.txt for the list of LLVM project authors # ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- import argparse import os import shutil import sys import tempfile import unittest try: # py2 from StringIO import StringIO except ImportError: # py3 from io import StringIO from swift_build_support import shell from swift_build_support.products import LLVM from swift_build_support.toolchain import host_toolchain from swift_build_support.workspace import Workspace class LLVMTestCase(unittest.TestCase): def setUp(self): # Setup workspace tmpdir1 = os.path.realpath(tempfile.mkdtemp()) tmpdir2 = os.path.realpath(tempfile.mkdtemp()) os.makedirs(os.path.join(tmpdir1, 'llvm')) self.workspace = Workspace(source_root=tmpdir1, build_root=tmpdir2) # Setup toolchain self.toolchain = host_toolchain() self.toolchain.cc = '/path/to/cc' self.toolchain.cxx = '/path/to/cxx' # Setup args self.args = argparse.Namespace( llvm_targets_to_build='X86;ARM;AArch64;PowerPC;SystemZ', llvm_assertions='true', compiler_vendor='none', clang_compiler_version=None, clang_user_visible_version=None, darwin_deployment_version_osx='10.9') # Setup shell shell.dry_run = True self._orig_stdout = sys.stdout self._orig_stderr = sys.stderr self.stdout = StringIO() self.stderr = StringIO() sys.stdout = self.stdout sys.stderr = self.stderr def tearDown(self): shutil.rmtree(self.workspace.build_root) shutil.rmtree(self.workspace.source_root) sys.stdout = self._orig_stdout sys.stderr = self._orig_stderr shell.dry_run = False self.workspace = None self.toolchain = None self.args = None def test_llvm_targets_to_build(self): llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') expected_targets = 'X86;ARM;AArch64;PowerPC;SystemZ' expected_arg = '-DLLVM_TARGETS_TO_BUILD=%s' % expected_targets self.assertIn(expected_arg, llvm.cmake_options) def test_llvm_enable_assertions(self): self.args.llvm_assertions = True llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') self.assertIn('-DLLVM_ENABLE_ASSERTIONS=TRUE', llvm.cmake_options) self.args.llvm_assertions = False llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') self.assertIn('-DLLVM_ENABLE_ASSERTIONS=FALSE', llvm.cmake_options) def test_compiler_vendor_flags(self): self.args.compiler_vendor = "none" self.args.clang_user_visible_version = "1.2.3" llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') self.assertNotIn('-DCLANG_VENDOR=Apple', llvm.cmake_options) self.assertNotIn( '-DCLANG_VENDOR_UTI=com.apple.compilers.llvm.clang', llvm.cmake_options ) self.assertNotIn('-DPACKAGE_VERSION=1.2.3', llvm.cmake_options) self.args.compiler_vendor = "apple" self.args.clang_user_visible_version = "2.2.3" llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') self.assertIn('-DCLANG_VENDOR=Apple', llvm.cmake_options) self.assertIn( '-DCLANG_VENDOR_UTI=com.apple.compilers.llvm.clang', llvm.cmake_options ) self.assertIn('-DPACKAGE_VERSION=2.2.3', llvm.cmake_options) self.args.compiler_vendor = "unknown" with self.assertRaises(RuntimeError): llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') def test_version_flags(self): self.args.clang_compiler_version = None llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') self.assertListEqual( [], [x for x in llvm.cmake_options if 'CLANG_REPOSITORY_STRING' in x] ) self.args.clang_compiler_version = "2.2.3" llvm = LLVM( args=self.args, toolchain=self.toolchain, source_dir='/path/to/src', build_dir='/path/to/build') self.assertIn( '-DCLANG_REPOSITORY_STRING=clang-2.2.3', llvm.cmake_options )
apache-2.0
kiran/bart-sign
venv/lib/python2.7/site-packages/numpy/polynomial/laguerre.py
75
55335
""" Objects for dealing with Laguerre series. This module provides a number of objects (mostly functions) useful for dealing with Laguerre series, including a `Laguerre` class that encapsulates the usual arithmetic operations. (General information on how this module represents and works with such polynomials is in the docstring for its "parent" sub-package, `numpy.polynomial`). Constants --------- - `lagdomain` -- Laguerre series default domain, [-1,1]. - `lagzero` -- Laguerre series that evaluates identically to 0. - `lagone` -- Laguerre series that evaluates identically to 1. - `lagx` -- Laguerre series for the identity map, ``f(x) = x``. Arithmetic ---------- - `lagmulx` -- multiply a Laguerre series in ``P_i(x)`` by ``x``. - `lagadd` -- add two Laguerre series. - `lagsub` -- subtract one Laguerre series from another. - `lagmul` -- multiply two Laguerre series. - `lagdiv` -- divide one Laguerre series by another. - `lagval` -- evaluate a Laguerre series at given points. - `lagval2d` -- evaluate a 2D Laguerre series at given points. - `lagval3d` -- evaluate a 3D Laguerre series at given points. - `laggrid2d` -- evaluate a 2D Laguerre series on a Cartesian product. - `laggrid3d` -- evaluate a 3D Laguerre series on a Cartesian product. Calculus -------- - `lagder` -- differentiate a Laguerre series. - `lagint` -- integrate a Laguerre series. Misc Functions -------------- - `lagfromroots` -- create a Laguerre series with specified roots. - `lagroots` -- find the roots of a Laguerre series. - `lagvander` -- Vandermonde-like matrix for Laguerre polynomials. - `lagvander2d` -- Vandermonde-like matrix for 2D power series. - `lagvander3d` -- Vandermonde-like matrix for 3D power series. - `laggauss` -- Gauss-Laguerre quadrature, points and weights. - `lagweight` -- Laguerre weight function. - `lagcompanion` -- symmetrized companion matrix in Laguerre form. - `lagfit` -- least-squares fit returning a Laguerre series. - `lagtrim` -- trim leading coefficients from a Laguerre series. - `lagline` -- Laguerre series of given straight line. - `lag2poly` -- convert a Laguerre series to a polynomial. - `poly2lag` -- convert a polynomial to a Laguerre series. Classes ------- - `Laguerre` -- A Laguerre series class. See also -------- `numpy.polynomial` """ from __future__ import division, absolute_import, print_function import warnings import numpy as np import numpy.linalg as la from . import polyutils as pu from ._polybase import ABCPolyBase __all__ = [ 'lagzero', 'lagone', 'lagx', 'lagdomain', 'lagline', 'lagadd', 'lagsub', 'lagmulx', 'lagmul', 'lagdiv', 'lagpow', 'lagval', 'lagder', 'lagint', 'lag2poly', 'poly2lag', 'lagfromroots', 'lagvander', 'lagfit', 'lagtrim', 'lagroots', 'Laguerre', 'lagval2d', 'lagval3d', 'laggrid2d', 'laggrid3d', 'lagvander2d', 'lagvander3d', 'lagcompanion', 'laggauss', 'lagweight'] lagtrim = pu.trimcoef def poly2lag(pol): """ poly2lag(pol) Convert a polynomial to a Laguerre series. Convert an array representing the coefficients of a polynomial (relative to the "standard" basis) ordered from lowest degree to highest, to an array of the coefficients of the equivalent Laguerre series, ordered from lowest to highest degree. Parameters ---------- pol : array_like 1-D array containing the polynomial coefficients Returns ------- c : ndarray 1-D array containing the coefficients of the equivalent Laguerre series. See Also -------- lag2poly Notes ----- The easy way to do conversions between polynomial basis sets is to use the convert method of a class instance. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import poly2lag >>> poly2lag(np.arange(4)) array([ 23., -63., 58., -18.]) """ [pol] = pu.as_series([pol]) deg = len(pol) - 1 res = 0 for i in range(deg, -1, -1): res = lagadd(lagmulx(res), pol[i]) return res def lag2poly(c): """ Convert a Laguerre series to a polynomial. Convert an array representing the coefficients of a Laguerre series, ordered from lowest degree to highest, to an array of the coefficients of the equivalent polynomial (relative to the "standard" basis) ordered from lowest to highest degree. Parameters ---------- c : array_like 1-D array containing the Laguerre series coefficients, ordered from lowest order term to highest. Returns ------- pol : ndarray 1-D array containing the coefficients of the equivalent polynomial (relative to the "standard" basis) ordered from lowest order term to highest. See Also -------- poly2lag Notes ----- The easy way to do conversions between polynomial basis sets is to use the convert method of a class instance. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lag2poly >>> lag2poly([ 23., -63., 58., -18.]) array([ 0., 1., 2., 3.]) """ from .polynomial import polyadd, polysub, polymulx [c] = pu.as_series([c]) n = len(c) if n == 1: return c else: c0 = c[-2] c1 = c[-1] # i is the current degree of c1 for i in range(n - 1, 1, -1): tmp = c0 c0 = polysub(c[i - 2], (c1*(i - 1))/i) c1 = polyadd(tmp, polysub((2*i - 1)*c1, polymulx(c1))/i) return polyadd(c0, polysub(c1, polymulx(c1))) # # These are constant arrays are of integer type so as to be compatible # with the widest range of other types, such as Decimal. # # Laguerre lagdomain = np.array([0, 1]) # Laguerre coefficients representing zero. lagzero = np.array([0]) # Laguerre coefficients representing one. lagone = np.array([1]) # Laguerre coefficients representing the identity x. lagx = np.array([1, -1]) def lagline(off, scl): """ Laguerre series whose graph is a straight line. Parameters ---------- off, scl : scalars The specified line is given by ``off + scl*x``. Returns ------- y : ndarray This module's representation of the Laguerre series for ``off + scl*x``. See Also -------- polyline, chebline Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagline, lagval >>> lagval(0,lagline(3, 2)) 3.0 >>> lagval(1,lagline(3, 2)) 5.0 """ if scl != 0: return np.array([off + scl, -scl]) else: return np.array([off]) def lagfromroots(roots): """ Generate a Laguerre series with given roots. The function returns the coefficients of the polynomial .. math:: p(x) = (x - r_0) * (x - r_1) * ... * (x - r_n), in Laguerre form, where the `r_n` are the roots specified in `roots`. If a zero has multiplicity n, then it must appear in `roots` n times. For instance, if 2 is a root of multiplicity three and 3 is a root of multiplicity 2, then `roots` looks something like [2, 2, 2, 3, 3]. The roots can appear in any order. If the returned coefficients are `c`, then .. math:: p(x) = c_0 + c_1 * L_1(x) + ... + c_n * L_n(x) The coefficient of the last term is not generally 1 for monic polynomials in Laguerre form. Parameters ---------- roots : array_like Sequence containing the roots. Returns ------- out : ndarray 1-D array of coefficients. If all roots are real then `out` is a real array, if some of the roots are complex, then `out` is complex even if all the coefficients in the result are real (see Examples below). See Also -------- polyfromroots, legfromroots, chebfromroots, hermfromroots, hermefromroots. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagfromroots, lagval >>> coef = lagfromroots((-1, 0, 1)) >>> lagval((-1, 0, 1), coef) array([ 0., 0., 0.]) >>> coef = lagfromroots((-1j, 1j)) >>> lagval((-1j, 1j), coef) array([ 0.+0.j, 0.+0.j]) """ if len(roots) == 0: return np.ones(1) else: [roots] = pu.as_series([roots], trim=False) roots.sort() p = [lagline(-r, 1) for r in roots] n = len(p) while n > 1: m, r = divmod(n, 2) tmp = [lagmul(p[i], p[i+m]) for i in range(m)] if r: tmp[0] = lagmul(tmp[0], p[-1]) p = tmp n = m return p[0] def lagadd(c1, c2): """ Add one Laguerre series to another. Returns the sum of two Laguerre series `c1` + `c2`. The arguments are sequences of coefficients ordered from lowest order term to highest, i.e., [1,2,3] represents the series ``P_0 + 2*P_1 + 3*P_2``. Parameters ---------- c1, c2 : array_like 1-D arrays of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high. Returns ------- out : ndarray Array representing the Laguerre series of their sum. See Also -------- lagsub, lagmul, lagdiv, lagpow Notes ----- Unlike multiplication, division, etc., the sum of two Laguerre series is a Laguerre series (without having to "reproject" the result onto the basis set) so addition, just like that of "standard" polynomials, is simply "component-wise." Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagadd >>> lagadd([1, 2, 3], [1, 2, 3, 4]) array([ 2., 4., 6., 4.]) """ # c1, c2 are trimmed copies [c1, c2] = pu.as_series([c1, c2]) if len(c1) > len(c2): c1[:c2.size] += c2 ret = c1 else: c2[:c1.size] += c1 ret = c2 return pu.trimseq(ret) def lagsub(c1, c2): """ Subtract one Laguerre series from another. Returns the difference of two Laguerre series `c1` - `c2`. The sequences of coefficients are from lowest order term to highest, i.e., [1,2,3] represents the series ``P_0 + 2*P_1 + 3*P_2``. Parameters ---------- c1, c2 : array_like 1-D arrays of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high. Returns ------- out : ndarray Of Laguerre series coefficients representing their difference. See Also -------- lagadd, lagmul, lagdiv, lagpow Notes ----- Unlike multiplication, division, etc., the difference of two Laguerre series is a Laguerre series (without having to "reproject" the result onto the basis set) so subtraction, just like that of "standard" polynomials, is simply "component-wise." Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagsub >>> lagsub([1, 2, 3, 4], [1, 2, 3]) array([ 0., 0., 0., 4.]) """ # c1, c2 are trimmed copies [c1, c2] = pu.as_series([c1, c2]) if len(c1) > len(c2): c1[:c2.size] -= c2 ret = c1 else: c2 = -c2 c2[:c1.size] += c1 ret = c2 return pu.trimseq(ret) def lagmulx(c): """Multiply a Laguerre series by x. Multiply the Laguerre series `c` by x, where x is the independent variable. Parameters ---------- c : array_like 1-D array of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high. Returns ------- out : ndarray Array representing the result of the multiplication. Notes ----- The multiplication uses the recursion relationship for Laguerre polynomials in the form .. math:: xP_i(x) = (-(i + 1)*P_{i + 1}(x) + (2i + 1)P_{i}(x) - iP_{i - 1}(x)) Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagmulx >>> lagmulx([1, 2, 3]) array([ -1., -1., 11., -9.]) """ # c is a trimmed copy [c] = pu.as_series([c]) # The zero series needs special treatment if len(c) == 1 and c[0] == 0: return c prd = np.empty(len(c) + 1, dtype=c.dtype) prd[0] = c[0] prd[1] = -c[0] for i in range(1, len(c)): prd[i + 1] = -c[i]*(i + 1) prd[i] += c[i]*(2*i + 1) prd[i - 1] -= c[i]*i return prd def lagmul(c1, c2): """ Multiply one Laguerre series by another. Returns the product of two Laguerre series `c1` * `c2`. The arguments are sequences of coefficients, from lowest order "term" to highest, e.g., [1,2,3] represents the series ``P_0 + 2*P_1 + 3*P_2``. Parameters ---------- c1, c2 : array_like 1-D arrays of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high. Returns ------- out : ndarray Of Laguerre series coefficients representing their product. See Also -------- lagadd, lagsub, lagdiv, lagpow Notes ----- In general, the (polynomial) product of two C-series results in terms that are not in the Laguerre polynomial basis set. Thus, to express the product as a Laguerre series, it is necessary to "reproject" the product onto said basis set, which may produce "unintuitive" (but correct) results; see Examples section below. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagmul >>> lagmul([1, 2, 3], [0, 1, 2]) array([ 8., -13., 38., -51., 36.]) """ # s1, s2 are trimmed copies [c1, c2] = pu.as_series([c1, c2]) if len(c1) > len(c2): c = c2 xs = c1 else: c = c1 xs = c2 if len(c) == 1: c0 = c[0]*xs c1 = 0 elif len(c) == 2: c0 = c[0]*xs c1 = c[1]*xs else: nd = len(c) c0 = c[-2]*xs c1 = c[-1]*xs for i in range(3, len(c) + 1): tmp = c0 nd = nd - 1 c0 = lagsub(c[-i]*xs, (c1*(nd - 1))/nd) c1 = lagadd(tmp, lagsub((2*nd - 1)*c1, lagmulx(c1))/nd) return lagadd(c0, lagsub(c1, lagmulx(c1))) def lagdiv(c1, c2): """ Divide one Laguerre series by another. Returns the quotient-with-remainder of two Laguerre series `c1` / `c2`. The arguments are sequences of coefficients from lowest order "term" to highest, e.g., [1,2,3] represents the series ``P_0 + 2*P_1 + 3*P_2``. Parameters ---------- c1, c2 : array_like 1-D arrays of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high. Returns ------- [quo, rem] : ndarrays Of Laguerre series coefficients representing the quotient and remainder. See Also -------- lagadd, lagsub, lagmul, lagpow Notes ----- In general, the (polynomial) division of one Laguerre series by another results in quotient and remainder terms that are not in the Laguerre polynomial basis set. Thus, to express these results as a Laguerre series, it is necessary to "reproject" the results onto the Laguerre basis set, which may produce "unintuitive" (but correct) results; see Examples section below. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagdiv >>> lagdiv([ 8., -13., 38., -51., 36.], [0, 1, 2]) (array([ 1., 2., 3.]), array([ 0.])) >>> lagdiv([ 9., -12., 38., -51., 36.], [0, 1, 2]) (array([ 1., 2., 3.]), array([ 1., 1.])) """ # c1, c2 are trimmed copies [c1, c2] = pu.as_series([c1, c2]) if c2[-1] == 0: raise ZeroDivisionError() lc1 = len(c1) lc2 = len(c2) if lc1 < lc2: return c1[:1]*0, c1 elif lc2 == 1: return c1/c2[-1], c1[:1]*0 else: quo = np.empty(lc1 - lc2 + 1, dtype=c1.dtype) rem = c1 for i in range(lc1 - lc2, - 1, -1): p = lagmul([0]*i + [1], c2) q = rem[-1]/p[-1] rem = rem[:-1] - q*p[:-1] quo[i] = q return quo, pu.trimseq(rem) def lagpow(c, pow, maxpower=16): """Raise a Laguerre series to a power. Returns the Laguerre series `c` raised to the power `pow`. The argument `c` is a sequence of coefficients ordered from low to high. i.e., [1,2,3] is the series ``P_0 + 2*P_1 + 3*P_2.`` Parameters ---------- c : array_like 1-D array of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high. pow : integer Power to which the series will be raised maxpower : integer, optional Maximum power allowed. This is mainly to limit growth of the series to unmanageable size. Default is 16 Returns ------- coef : ndarray Laguerre series of power. See Also -------- lagadd, lagsub, lagmul, lagdiv Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagpow >>> lagpow([1, 2, 3], 2) array([ 14., -16., 56., -72., 54.]) """ # c is a trimmed copy [c] = pu.as_series([c]) power = int(pow) if power != pow or power < 0: raise ValueError("Power must be a non-negative integer.") elif maxpower is not None and power > maxpower: raise ValueError("Power is too large") elif power == 0: return np.array([1], dtype=c.dtype) elif power == 1: return c else: # This can be made more efficient by using powers of two # in the usual way. prd = c for i in range(2, power + 1): prd = lagmul(prd, c) return prd def lagder(c, m=1, scl=1, axis=0): """ Differentiate a Laguerre series. Returns the Laguerre series coefficients `c` differentiated `m` times along `axis`. At each iteration the result is multiplied by `scl` (the scaling factor is for use in a linear change of variable). The argument `c` is an array of coefficients from low to high degree along each axis, e.g., [1,2,3] represents the series ``1*L_0 + 2*L_1 + 3*L_2`` while [[1,2],[1,2]] represents ``1*L_0(x)*L_0(y) + 1*L_1(x)*L_0(y) + 2*L_0(x)*L_1(y) + 2*L_1(x)*L_1(y)`` if axis=0 is ``x`` and axis=1 is ``y``. Parameters ---------- c : array_like Array of Laguerre series coefficients. If `c` is multidimensional the different axis correspond to different variables with the degree in each axis given by the corresponding index. m : int, optional Number of derivatives taken, must be non-negative. (Default: 1) scl : scalar, optional Each differentiation is multiplied by `scl`. The end result is multiplication by ``scl**m``. This is for use in a linear change of variable. (Default: 1) axis : int, optional Axis over which the derivative is taken. (Default: 0). .. versionadded:: 1.7.0 Returns ------- der : ndarray Laguerre series of the derivative. See Also -------- lagint Notes ----- In general, the result of differentiating a Laguerre series does not resemble the same operation on a power series. Thus the result of this function may be "unintuitive," albeit correct; see Examples section below. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagder >>> lagder([ 1., 1., 1., -3.]) array([ 1., 2., 3.]) >>> lagder([ 1., 0., 0., -4., 3.], m=2) array([ 1., 2., 3.]) """ c = np.array(c, ndmin=1, copy=1) if c.dtype.char in '?bBhHiIlLqQpP': c = c.astype(np.double) cnt, iaxis = [int(t) for t in [m, axis]] if cnt != m: raise ValueError("The order of derivation must be integer") if cnt < 0: raise ValueError("The order of derivation must be non-negative") if iaxis != axis: raise ValueError("The axis must be integer") if not -c.ndim <= iaxis < c.ndim: raise ValueError("The axis is out of range") if iaxis < 0: iaxis += c.ndim if cnt == 0: return c c = np.rollaxis(c, iaxis) n = len(c) if cnt >= n: c = c[:1]*0 else: for i in range(cnt): n = n - 1 c *= scl der = np.empty((n,) + c.shape[1:], dtype=c.dtype) for j in range(n, 1, -1): der[j - 1] = -c[j] c[j - 1] += c[j] der[0] = -c[1] c = der c = np.rollaxis(c, 0, iaxis + 1) return c def lagint(c, m=1, k=[], lbnd=0, scl=1, axis=0): """ Integrate a Laguerre series. Returns the Laguerre series coefficients `c` integrated `m` times from `lbnd` along `axis`. At each iteration the resulting series is **multiplied** by `scl` and an integration constant, `k`, is added. The scaling factor is for use in a linear change of variable. ("Buyer beware": note that, depending on what one is doing, one may want `scl` to be the reciprocal of what one might expect; for more information, see the Notes section below.) The argument `c` is an array of coefficients from low to high degree along each axis, e.g., [1,2,3] represents the series ``L_0 + 2*L_1 + 3*L_2`` while [[1,2],[1,2]] represents ``1*L_0(x)*L_0(y) + 1*L_1(x)*L_0(y) + 2*L_0(x)*L_1(y) + 2*L_1(x)*L_1(y)`` if axis=0 is ``x`` and axis=1 is ``y``. Parameters ---------- c : array_like Array of Laguerre series coefficients. If `c` is multidimensional the different axis correspond to different variables with the degree in each axis given by the corresponding index. m : int, optional Order of integration, must be positive. (Default: 1) k : {[], list, scalar}, optional Integration constant(s). The value of the first integral at ``lbnd`` is the first value in the list, the value of the second integral at ``lbnd`` is the second value, etc. If ``k == []`` (the default), all constants are set to zero. If ``m == 1``, a single scalar can be given instead of a list. lbnd : scalar, optional The lower bound of the integral. (Default: 0) scl : scalar, optional Following each integration the result is *multiplied* by `scl` before the integration constant is added. (Default: 1) axis : int, optional Axis over which the integral is taken. (Default: 0). .. versionadded:: 1.7.0 Returns ------- S : ndarray Laguerre series coefficients of the integral. Raises ------ ValueError If ``m < 0``, ``len(k) > m``, ``np.isscalar(lbnd) == False``, or ``np.isscalar(scl) == False``. See Also -------- lagder Notes ----- Note that the result of each integration is *multiplied* by `scl`. Why is this important to note? Say one is making a linear change of variable :math:`u = ax + b` in an integral relative to `x`. Then .. math::`dx = du/a`, so one will need to set `scl` equal to :math:`1/a` - perhaps not what one would have first thought. Also note that, in general, the result of integrating a C-series needs to be "reprojected" onto the C-series basis set. Thus, typically, the result of this function is "unintuitive," albeit correct; see Examples section below. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagint >>> lagint([1,2,3]) array([ 1., 1., 1., -3.]) >>> lagint([1,2,3], m=2) array([ 1., 0., 0., -4., 3.]) >>> lagint([1,2,3], k=1) array([ 2., 1., 1., -3.]) >>> lagint([1,2,3], lbnd=-1) array([ 11.5, 1. , 1. , -3. ]) >>> lagint([1,2], m=2, k=[1,2], lbnd=-1) array([ 11.16666667, -5. , -3. , 2. ]) """ c = np.array(c, ndmin=1, copy=1) if c.dtype.char in '?bBhHiIlLqQpP': c = c.astype(np.double) if not np.iterable(k): k = [k] cnt, iaxis = [int(t) for t in [m, axis]] if cnt != m: raise ValueError("The order of integration must be integer") if cnt < 0: raise ValueError("The order of integration must be non-negative") if len(k) > cnt: raise ValueError("Too many integration constants") if iaxis != axis: raise ValueError("The axis must be integer") if not -c.ndim <= iaxis < c.ndim: raise ValueError("The axis is out of range") if iaxis < 0: iaxis += c.ndim if cnt == 0: return c c = np.rollaxis(c, iaxis) k = list(k) + [0]*(cnt - len(k)) for i in range(cnt): n = len(c) c *= scl if n == 1 and np.all(c[0] == 0): c[0] += k[i] else: tmp = np.empty((n + 1,) + c.shape[1:], dtype=c.dtype) tmp[0] = c[0] tmp[1] = -c[0] for j in range(1, n): tmp[j] += c[j] tmp[j + 1] = -c[j] tmp[0] += k[i] - lagval(lbnd, tmp) c = tmp c = np.rollaxis(c, 0, iaxis + 1) return c def lagval(x, c, tensor=True): """ Evaluate a Laguerre series at points x. If `c` is of length `n + 1`, this function returns the value: .. math:: p(x) = c_0 * L_0(x) + c_1 * L_1(x) + ... + c_n * L_n(x) The parameter `x` is converted to an array only if it is a tuple or a list, otherwise it is treated as a scalar. In either case, either `x` or its elements must support multiplication and addition both with themselves and with the elements of `c`. If `c` is a 1-D array, then `p(x)` will have the same shape as `x`. If `c` is multidimensional, then the shape of the result depends on the value of `tensor`. If `tensor` is true the shape will be c.shape[1:] + x.shape. If `tensor` is false the shape will be c.shape[1:]. Note that scalars have shape (,). Trailing zeros in the coefficients will be used in the evaluation, so they should be avoided if efficiency is a concern. Parameters ---------- x : array_like, compatible object If `x` is a list or tuple, it is converted to an ndarray, otherwise it is left unchanged and treated as a scalar. In either case, `x` or its elements must support addition and multiplication with with themselves and with the elements of `c`. c : array_like Array of coefficients ordered so that the coefficients for terms of degree n are contained in c[n]. If `c` is multidimensional the remaining indices enumerate multiple polynomials. In the two dimensional case the coefficients may be thought of as stored in the columns of `c`. tensor : boolean, optional If True, the shape of the coefficient array is extended with ones on the right, one for each dimension of `x`. Scalars have dimension 0 for this action. The result is that every column of coefficients in `c` is evaluated for every element of `x`. If False, `x` is broadcast over the columns of `c` for the evaluation. This keyword is useful when `c` is multidimensional. The default value is True. .. versionadded:: 1.7.0 Returns ------- values : ndarray, algebra_like The shape of the return value is described above. See Also -------- lagval2d, laggrid2d, lagval3d, laggrid3d Notes ----- The evaluation uses Clenshaw recursion, aka synthetic division. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagval >>> coef = [1,2,3] >>> lagval(1, coef) -0.5 >>> lagval([[1,2],[3,4]], coef) array([[-0.5, -4. ], [-4.5, -2. ]]) """ c = np.array(c, ndmin=1, copy=0) if c.dtype.char in '?bBhHiIlLqQpP': c = c.astype(np.double) if isinstance(x, (tuple, list)): x = np.asarray(x) if isinstance(x, np.ndarray) and tensor: c = c.reshape(c.shape + (1,)*x.ndim) if len(c) == 1: c0 = c[0] c1 = 0 elif len(c) == 2: c0 = c[0] c1 = c[1] else: nd = len(c) c0 = c[-2] c1 = c[-1] for i in range(3, len(c) + 1): tmp = c0 nd = nd - 1 c0 = c[-i] - (c1*(nd - 1))/nd c1 = tmp + (c1*((2*nd - 1) - x))/nd return c0 + c1*(1 - x) def lagval2d(x, y, c): """ Evaluate a 2-D Laguerre series at points (x, y). This function returns the values: .. math:: p(x,y) = \\sum_{i,j} c_{i,j} * L_i(x) * L_j(y) The parameters `x` and `y` are converted to arrays only if they are tuples or a lists, otherwise they are treated as a scalars and they must have the same shape after conversion. In either case, either `x` and `y` or their elements must support multiplication and addition both with themselves and with the elements of `c`. If `c` is a 1-D array a one is implicitly appended to its shape to make it 2-D. The shape of the result will be c.shape[2:] + x.shape. Parameters ---------- x, y : array_like, compatible objects The two dimensional series is evaluated at the points `(x, y)`, where `x` and `y` must have the same shape. If `x` or `y` is a list or tuple, it is first converted to an ndarray, otherwise it is left unchanged and if it isn't an ndarray it is treated as a scalar. c : array_like Array of coefficients ordered so that the coefficient of the term of multi-degree i,j is contained in ``c[i,j]``. If `c` has dimension greater than two the remaining indices enumerate multiple sets of coefficients. Returns ------- values : ndarray, compatible object The values of the two dimensional polynomial at points formed with pairs of corresponding values from `x` and `y`. See Also -------- lagval, laggrid2d, lagval3d, laggrid3d Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ try: x, y = np.array((x, y), copy=0) except: raise ValueError('x, y are incompatible') c = lagval(x, c) c = lagval(y, c, tensor=False) return c def laggrid2d(x, y, c): """ Evaluate a 2-D Laguerre series on the Cartesian product of x and y. This function returns the values: .. math:: p(a,b) = \sum_{i,j} c_{i,j} * L_i(a) * L_j(b) where the points `(a, b)` consist of all pairs formed by taking `a` from `x` and `b` from `y`. The resulting points form a grid with `x` in the first dimension and `y` in the second. The parameters `x` and `y` are converted to arrays only if they are tuples or a lists, otherwise they are treated as a scalars. In either case, either `x` and `y` or their elements must support multiplication and addition both with themselves and with the elements of `c`. If `c` has fewer than two dimensions, ones are implicitly appended to its shape to make it 2-D. The shape of the result will be c.shape[2:] + x.shape + y.shape. Parameters ---------- x, y : array_like, compatible objects The two dimensional series is evaluated at the points in the Cartesian product of `x` and `y`. If `x` or `y` is a list or tuple, it is first converted to an ndarray, otherwise it is left unchanged and, if it isn't an ndarray, it is treated as a scalar. c : array_like Array of coefficients ordered so that the coefficient of the term of multi-degree i,j is contained in `c[i,j]`. If `c` has dimension greater than two the remaining indices enumerate multiple sets of coefficients. Returns ------- values : ndarray, compatible object The values of the two dimensional Chebyshev series at points in the Cartesian product of `x` and `y`. See Also -------- lagval, lagval2d, lagval3d, laggrid3d Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ c = lagval(x, c) c = lagval(y, c) return c def lagval3d(x, y, z, c): """ Evaluate a 3-D Laguerre series at points (x, y, z). This function returns the values: .. math:: p(x,y,z) = \\sum_{i,j,k} c_{i,j,k} * L_i(x) * L_j(y) * L_k(z) The parameters `x`, `y`, and `z` are converted to arrays only if they are tuples or a lists, otherwise they are treated as a scalars and they must have the same shape after conversion. In either case, either `x`, `y`, and `z` or their elements must support multiplication and addition both with themselves and with the elements of `c`. If `c` has fewer than 3 dimensions, ones are implicitly appended to its shape to make it 3-D. The shape of the result will be c.shape[3:] + x.shape. Parameters ---------- x, y, z : array_like, compatible object The three dimensional series is evaluated at the points `(x, y, z)`, where `x`, `y`, and `z` must have the same shape. If any of `x`, `y`, or `z` is a list or tuple, it is first converted to an ndarray, otherwise it is left unchanged and if it isn't an ndarray it is treated as a scalar. c : array_like Array of coefficients ordered so that the coefficient of the term of multi-degree i,j,k is contained in ``c[i,j,k]``. If `c` has dimension greater than 3 the remaining indices enumerate multiple sets of coefficients. Returns ------- values : ndarray, compatible object The values of the multidimension polynomial on points formed with triples of corresponding values from `x`, `y`, and `z`. See Also -------- lagval, lagval2d, laggrid2d, laggrid3d Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ try: x, y, z = np.array((x, y, z), copy=0) except: raise ValueError('x, y, z are incompatible') c = lagval(x, c) c = lagval(y, c, tensor=False) c = lagval(z, c, tensor=False) return c def laggrid3d(x, y, z, c): """ Evaluate a 3-D Laguerre series on the Cartesian product of x, y, and z. This function returns the values: .. math:: p(a,b,c) = \\sum_{i,j,k} c_{i,j,k} * L_i(a) * L_j(b) * L_k(c) where the points `(a, b, c)` consist of all triples formed by taking `a` from `x`, `b` from `y`, and `c` from `z`. The resulting points form a grid with `x` in the first dimension, `y` in the second, and `z` in the third. The parameters `x`, `y`, and `z` are converted to arrays only if they are tuples or a lists, otherwise they are treated as a scalars. In either case, either `x`, `y`, and `z` or their elements must support multiplication and addition both with themselves and with the elements of `c`. If `c` has fewer than three dimensions, ones are implicitly appended to its shape to make it 3-D. The shape of the result will be c.shape[3:] + x.shape + y.shape + z.shape. Parameters ---------- x, y, z : array_like, compatible objects The three dimensional series is evaluated at the points in the Cartesian product of `x`, `y`, and `z`. If `x`,`y`, or `z` is a list or tuple, it is first converted to an ndarray, otherwise it is left unchanged and, if it isn't an ndarray, it is treated as a scalar. c : array_like Array of coefficients ordered so that the coefficients for terms of degree i,j are contained in ``c[i,j]``. If `c` has dimension greater than two the remaining indices enumerate multiple sets of coefficients. Returns ------- values : ndarray, compatible object The values of the two dimensional polynomial at points in the Cartesian product of `x` and `y`. See Also -------- lagval, lagval2d, laggrid2d, lagval3d Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ c = lagval(x, c) c = lagval(y, c) c = lagval(z, c) return c def lagvander(x, deg): """Pseudo-Vandermonde matrix of given degree. Returns the pseudo-Vandermonde matrix of degree `deg` and sample points `x`. The pseudo-Vandermonde matrix is defined by .. math:: V[..., i] = L_i(x) where `0 <= i <= deg`. The leading indices of `V` index the elements of `x` and the last index is the degree of the Laguerre polynomial. If `c` is a 1-D array of coefficients of length `n + 1` and `V` is the array ``V = lagvander(x, n)``, then ``np.dot(V, c)`` and ``lagval(x, c)`` are the same up to roundoff. This equivalence is useful both for least squares fitting and for the evaluation of a large number of Laguerre series of the same degree and sample points. Parameters ---------- x : array_like Array of points. The dtype is converted to float64 or complex128 depending on whether any of the elements are complex. If `x` is scalar it is converted to a 1-D array. deg : int Degree of the resulting matrix. Returns ------- vander : ndarray The pseudo-Vandermonde matrix. The shape of the returned matrix is ``x.shape + (deg + 1,)``, where The last index is the degree of the corresponding Laguerre polynomial. The dtype will be the same as the converted `x`. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagvander >>> x = np.array([0, 1, 2]) >>> lagvander(x, 3) array([[ 1. , 1. , 1. , 1. ], [ 1. , 0. , -0.5 , -0.66666667], [ 1. , -1. , -1. , -0.33333333]]) """ ideg = int(deg) if ideg != deg: raise ValueError("deg must be integer") if ideg < 0: raise ValueError("deg must be non-negative") x = np.array(x, copy=0, ndmin=1) + 0.0 dims = (ideg + 1,) + x.shape dtyp = x.dtype v = np.empty(dims, dtype=dtyp) v[0] = x*0 + 1 if ideg > 0: v[1] = 1 - x for i in range(2, ideg + 1): v[i] = (v[i-1]*(2*i - 1 - x) - v[i-2]*(i - 1))/i return np.rollaxis(v, 0, v.ndim) def lagvander2d(x, y, deg): """Pseudo-Vandermonde matrix of given degrees. Returns the pseudo-Vandermonde matrix of degrees `deg` and sample points `(x, y)`. The pseudo-Vandermonde matrix is defined by .. math:: V[..., deg[1]*i + j] = L_i(x) * L_j(y), where `0 <= i <= deg[0]` and `0 <= j <= deg[1]`. The leading indices of `V` index the points `(x, y)` and the last index encodes the degrees of the Laguerre polynomials. If ``V = lagvander2d(x, y, [xdeg, ydeg])``, then the columns of `V` correspond to the elements of a 2-D coefficient array `c` of shape (xdeg + 1, ydeg + 1) in the order .. math:: c_{00}, c_{01}, c_{02} ... , c_{10}, c_{11}, c_{12} ... and ``np.dot(V, c.flat)`` and ``lagval2d(x, y, c)`` will be the same up to roundoff. This equivalence is useful both for least squares fitting and for the evaluation of a large number of 2-D Laguerre series of the same degrees and sample points. Parameters ---------- x, y : array_like Arrays of point coordinates, all of the same shape. The dtypes will be converted to either float64 or complex128 depending on whether any of the elements are complex. Scalars are converted to 1-D arrays. deg : list of ints List of maximum degrees of the form [x_deg, y_deg]. Returns ------- vander2d : ndarray The shape of the returned matrix is ``x.shape + (order,)``, where :math:`order = (deg[0]+1)*(deg([1]+1)`. The dtype will be the same as the converted `x` and `y`. See Also -------- lagvander, lagvander3d. lagval2d, lagval3d Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ ideg = [int(d) for d in deg] is_valid = [id == d and id >= 0 for id, d in zip(ideg, deg)] if is_valid != [1, 1]: raise ValueError("degrees must be non-negative integers") degx, degy = ideg x, y = np.array((x, y), copy=0) + 0.0 vx = lagvander(x, degx) vy = lagvander(y, degy) v = vx[..., None]*vy[..., None,:] return v.reshape(v.shape[:-2] + (-1,)) def lagvander3d(x, y, z, deg): """Pseudo-Vandermonde matrix of given degrees. Returns the pseudo-Vandermonde matrix of degrees `deg` and sample points `(x, y, z)`. If `l, m, n` are the given degrees in `x, y, z`, then The pseudo-Vandermonde matrix is defined by .. math:: V[..., (m+1)(n+1)i + (n+1)j + k] = L_i(x)*L_j(y)*L_k(z), where `0 <= i <= l`, `0 <= j <= m`, and `0 <= j <= n`. The leading indices of `V` index the points `(x, y, z)` and the last index encodes the degrees of the Laguerre polynomials. If ``V = lagvander3d(x, y, z, [xdeg, ydeg, zdeg])``, then the columns of `V` correspond to the elements of a 3-D coefficient array `c` of shape (xdeg + 1, ydeg + 1, zdeg + 1) in the order .. math:: c_{000}, c_{001}, c_{002},... , c_{010}, c_{011}, c_{012},... and ``np.dot(V, c.flat)`` and ``lagval3d(x, y, z, c)`` will be the same up to roundoff. This equivalence is useful both for least squares fitting and for the evaluation of a large number of 3-D Laguerre series of the same degrees and sample points. Parameters ---------- x, y, z : array_like Arrays of point coordinates, all of the same shape. The dtypes will be converted to either float64 or complex128 depending on whether any of the elements are complex. Scalars are converted to 1-D arrays. deg : list of ints List of maximum degrees of the form [x_deg, y_deg, z_deg]. Returns ------- vander3d : ndarray The shape of the returned matrix is ``x.shape + (order,)``, where :math:`order = (deg[0]+1)*(deg([1]+1)*(deg[2]+1)`. The dtype will be the same as the converted `x`, `y`, and `z`. See Also -------- lagvander, lagvander3d. lagval2d, lagval3d Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ ideg = [int(d) for d in deg] is_valid = [id == d and id >= 0 for id, d in zip(ideg, deg)] if is_valid != [1, 1, 1]: raise ValueError("degrees must be non-negative integers") degx, degy, degz = ideg x, y, z = np.array((x, y, z), copy=0) + 0.0 vx = lagvander(x, degx) vy = lagvander(y, degy) vz = lagvander(z, degz) v = vx[..., None, None]*vy[..., None,:, None]*vz[..., None, None,:] return v.reshape(v.shape[:-3] + (-1,)) def lagfit(x, y, deg, rcond=None, full=False, w=None): """ Least squares fit of Laguerre series to data. Return the coefficients of a Laguerre series of degree `deg` that is the least squares fit to the data values `y` given at points `x`. If `y` is 1-D the returned coefficients will also be 1-D. If `y` is 2-D multiple fits are done, one for each column of `y`, and the resulting coefficients are stored in the corresponding columns of a 2-D return. The fitted polynomial(s) are in the form .. math:: p(x) = c_0 + c_1 * L_1(x) + ... + c_n * L_n(x), where `n` is `deg`. Parameters ---------- x : array_like, shape (M,) x-coordinates of the M sample points ``(x[i], y[i])``. y : array_like, shape (M,) or (M, K) y-coordinates of the sample points. Several data sets of sample points sharing the same x-coordinates can be fitted at once by passing in a 2D-array that contains one dataset per column. deg : int Degree of the fitting polynomial rcond : float, optional Relative condition number of the fit. Singular values smaller than this relative to the largest singular value will be ignored. The default value is len(x)*eps, where eps is the relative precision of the float type, about 2e-16 in most cases. full : bool, optional Switch determining nature of return value. When it is False (the default) just the coefficients are returned, when True diagnostic information from the singular value decomposition is also returned. w : array_like, shape (`M`,), optional Weights. If not None, the contribution of each point ``(x[i],y[i])`` to the fit is weighted by `w[i]`. Ideally the weights are chosen so that the errors of the products ``w[i]*y[i]`` all have the same variance. The default value is None. Returns ------- coef : ndarray, shape (M,) or (M, K) Laguerre coefficients ordered from low to high. If `y` was 2-D, the coefficients for the data in column k of `y` are in column `k`. [residuals, rank, singular_values, rcond] : list These values are only returned if `full` = True resid -- sum of squared residuals of the least squares fit rank -- the numerical rank of the scaled Vandermonde matrix sv -- singular values of the scaled Vandermonde matrix rcond -- value of `rcond`. For more details, see `linalg.lstsq`. Warns ----- RankWarning The rank of the coefficient matrix in the least-squares fit is deficient. The warning is only raised if `full` = False. The warnings can be turned off by >>> import warnings >>> warnings.simplefilter('ignore', RankWarning) See Also -------- chebfit, legfit, polyfit, hermfit, hermefit lagval : Evaluates a Laguerre series. lagvander : pseudo Vandermonde matrix of Laguerre series. lagweight : Laguerre weight function. linalg.lstsq : Computes a least-squares fit from the matrix. scipy.interpolate.UnivariateSpline : Computes spline fits. Notes ----- The solution is the coefficients of the Laguerre series `p` that minimizes the sum of the weighted squared errors .. math:: E = \\sum_j w_j^2 * |y_j - p(x_j)|^2, where the :math:`w_j` are the weights. This problem is solved by setting up as the (typically) overdetermined matrix equation .. math:: V(x) * c = w * y, where `V` is the weighted pseudo Vandermonde matrix of `x`, `c` are the coefficients to be solved for, `w` are the weights, and `y` are the observed values. This equation is then solved using the singular value decomposition of `V`. If some of the singular values of `V` are so small that they are neglected, then a `RankWarning` will be issued. This means that the coefficient values may be poorly determined. Using a lower order fit will usually get rid of the warning. The `rcond` parameter can also be set to a value smaller than its default, but the resulting fit may be spurious and have large contributions from roundoff error. Fits using Laguerre series are probably most useful when the data can be approximated by ``sqrt(w(x)) * p(x)``, where `w(x)` is the Laguerre weight. In that case the weight ``sqrt(w(x[i])`` should be used together with data values ``y[i]/sqrt(w(x[i])``. The weight function is available as `lagweight`. References ---------- .. [1] Wikipedia, "Curve fitting", http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curve_fitting Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagfit, lagval >>> x = np.linspace(0, 10) >>> err = np.random.randn(len(x))/10 >>> y = lagval(x, [1, 2, 3]) + err >>> lagfit(x, y, 2) array([ 0.96971004, 2.00193749, 3.00288744]) """ order = int(deg) + 1 x = np.asarray(x) + 0.0 y = np.asarray(y) + 0.0 # check arguments. if deg < 0: raise ValueError("expected deg >= 0") if x.ndim != 1: raise TypeError("expected 1D vector for x") if x.size == 0: raise TypeError("expected non-empty vector for x") if y.ndim < 1 or y.ndim > 2: raise TypeError("expected 1D or 2D array for y") if len(x) != len(y): raise TypeError("expected x and y to have same length") # set up the least squares matrices in transposed form lhs = lagvander(x, deg).T rhs = y.T if w is not None: w = np.asarray(w) + 0.0 if w.ndim != 1: raise TypeError("expected 1D vector for w") if len(x) != len(w): raise TypeError("expected x and w to have same length") # apply weights. Don't use inplace operations as they # can cause problems with NA. lhs = lhs * w rhs = rhs * w # set rcond if rcond is None: rcond = len(x)*np.finfo(x.dtype).eps # Determine the norms of the design matrix columns. if issubclass(lhs.dtype.type, np.complexfloating): scl = np.sqrt((np.square(lhs.real) + np.square(lhs.imag)).sum(1)) else: scl = np.sqrt(np.square(lhs).sum(1)) scl[scl == 0] = 1 # Solve the least squares problem. c, resids, rank, s = la.lstsq(lhs.T/scl, rhs.T, rcond) c = (c.T/scl).T # warn on rank reduction if rank != order and not full: msg = "The fit may be poorly conditioned" warnings.warn(msg, pu.RankWarning) if full: return c, [resids, rank, s, rcond] else: return c def lagcompanion(c): """ Return the companion matrix of c. The usual companion matrix of the Laguerre polynomials is already symmetric when `c` is a basis Laguerre polynomial, so no scaling is applied. Parameters ---------- c : array_like 1-D array of Laguerre series coefficients ordered from low to high degree. Returns ------- mat : ndarray Companion matrix of dimensions (deg, deg). Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ # c is a trimmed copy [c] = pu.as_series([c]) if len(c) < 2: raise ValueError('Series must have maximum degree of at least 1.') if len(c) == 2: return np.array([[1 + c[0]/c[1]]]) n = len(c) - 1 mat = np.zeros((n, n), dtype=c.dtype) top = mat.reshape(-1)[1::n+1] mid = mat.reshape(-1)[0::n+1] bot = mat.reshape(-1)[n::n+1] top[...] = -np.arange(1, n) mid[...] = 2.*np.arange(n) + 1. bot[...] = top mat[:, -1] += (c[:-1]/c[-1])*n return mat def lagroots(c): """ Compute the roots of a Laguerre series. Return the roots (a.k.a. "zeros") of the polynomial .. math:: p(x) = \\sum_i c[i] * L_i(x). Parameters ---------- c : 1-D array_like 1-D array of coefficients. Returns ------- out : ndarray Array of the roots of the series. If all the roots are real, then `out` is also real, otherwise it is complex. See Also -------- polyroots, legroots, chebroots, hermroots, hermeroots Notes ----- The root estimates are obtained as the eigenvalues of the companion matrix, Roots far from the origin of the complex plane may have large errors due to the numerical instability of the series for such values. Roots with multiplicity greater than 1 will also show larger errors as the value of the series near such points is relatively insensitive to errors in the roots. Isolated roots near the origin can be improved by a few iterations of Newton's method. The Laguerre series basis polynomials aren't powers of `x` so the results of this function may seem unintuitive. Examples -------- >>> from numpy.polynomial.laguerre import lagroots, lagfromroots >>> coef = lagfromroots([0, 1, 2]) >>> coef array([ 2., -8., 12., -6.]) >>> lagroots(coef) array([ -4.44089210e-16, 1.00000000e+00, 2.00000000e+00]) """ # c is a trimmed copy [c] = pu.as_series([c]) if len(c) <= 1: return np.array([], dtype=c.dtype) if len(c) == 2: return np.array([1 + c[0]/c[1]]) m = lagcompanion(c) r = la.eigvals(m) r.sort() return r def laggauss(deg): """ Gauss-Laguerre quadrature. Computes the sample points and weights for Gauss-Laguerre quadrature. These sample points and weights will correctly integrate polynomials of degree :math:`2*deg - 1` or less over the interval :math:`[0, \inf]` with the weight function :math:`f(x) = \exp(-x)`. Parameters ---------- deg : int Number of sample points and weights. It must be >= 1. Returns ------- x : ndarray 1-D ndarray containing the sample points. y : ndarray 1-D ndarray containing the weights. Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 The results have only been tested up to degree 100 higher degrees may be problematic. The weights are determined by using the fact that .. math:: w_k = c / (L'_n(x_k) * L_{n-1}(x_k)) where :math:`c` is a constant independent of :math:`k` and :math:`x_k` is the k'th root of :math:`L_n`, and then scaling the results to get the right value when integrating 1. """ ideg = int(deg) if ideg != deg or ideg < 1: raise ValueError("deg must be a non-negative integer") # first approximation of roots. We use the fact that the companion # matrix is symmetric in this case in order to obtain better zeros. c = np.array([0]*deg + [1]) m = lagcompanion(c) x = la.eigvalsh(m) # improve roots by one application of Newton dy = lagval(x, c) df = lagval(x, lagder(c)) x -= dy/df # compute the weights. We scale the factor to avoid possible numerical # overflow. fm = lagval(x, c[1:]) fm /= np.abs(fm).max() df /= np.abs(df).max() w = 1/(fm * df) # scale w to get the right value, 1 in this case w /= w.sum() return x, w def lagweight(x): """Weight function of the Laguerre polynomials. The weight function is :math:`exp(-x)` and the interval of integration is :math:`[0, \inf]`. The Laguerre polynomials are orthogonal, but not normalized, with respect to this weight function. Parameters ---------- x : array_like Values at which the weight function will be computed. Returns ------- w : ndarray The weight function at `x`. Notes ----- .. versionadded::1.7.0 """ w = np.exp(-x) return w # # Laguerre series class # class Laguerre(ABCPolyBase): """A Laguerre series class. The Laguerre class provides the standard Python numerical methods '+', '-', '*', '//', '%', 'divmod', '**', and '()' as well as the attributes and methods listed in the `ABCPolyBase` documentation. Parameters ---------- coef : array_like Laguerre coefficients in order of increasing degree, i.e, ``(1, 2, 3)`` gives ``1*L_0(x) + 2*L_1(X) + 3*L_2(x)``. domain : (2,) array_like, optional Domain to use. The interval ``[domain[0], domain[1]]`` is mapped to the interval ``[window[0], window[1]]`` by shifting and scaling. The default value is [0, 1]. window : (2,) array_like, optional Window, see `domain` for its use. The default value is [0, 1]. .. versionadded:: 1.6.0 """ # Virtual Functions _add = staticmethod(lagadd) _sub = staticmethod(lagsub) _mul = staticmethod(lagmul) _div = staticmethod(lagdiv) _pow = staticmethod(lagpow) _val = staticmethod(lagval) _int = staticmethod(lagint) _der = staticmethod(lagder) _fit = staticmethod(lagfit) _line = staticmethod(lagline) _roots = staticmethod(lagroots) _fromroots = staticmethod(lagfromroots) # Virtual properties nickname = 'lag' domain = np.array(lagdomain) window = np.array(lagdomain)
mit
DanteOnline/free-art
venv/lib/python3.4/site-packages/django/conf/locale/pt_BR/formats.py
504
1434
# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*- # This file is distributed under the same license as the Django package. # from __future__ import unicode_literals # The *_FORMAT strings use the Django date format syntax, # see http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/templates/builtins/#date DATE_FORMAT = r'j \d\e F \d\e Y' TIME_FORMAT = 'H:i' DATETIME_FORMAT = r'j \d\e F \d\e Y à\s H:i' YEAR_MONTH_FORMAT = r'F \d\e Y' MONTH_DAY_FORMAT = r'j \d\e F' SHORT_DATE_FORMAT = 'd/m/Y' SHORT_DATETIME_FORMAT = 'd/m/Y H:i' FIRST_DAY_OF_WEEK = 0 # Sunday # The *_INPUT_FORMATS strings use the Python strftime format syntax, # see http://docs.python.org/library/datetime.html#strftime-strptime-behavior DATE_INPUT_FORMATS = [ '%d/%m/%Y', '%d/%m/%y', # '25/10/2006', '25/10/06' # '%d de %b de %Y', '%d de %b, %Y', # '25 de Out de 2006', '25 Out, 2006' # '%d de %B de %Y', '%d de %B, %Y', # '25 de Outubro de 2006', '25 de Outubro, 2006' ] DATETIME_INPUT_FORMATS = [ '%d/%m/%Y %H:%M:%S', # '25/10/2006 14:30:59' '%d/%m/%Y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25/10/2006 14:30:59.000200' '%d/%m/%Y %H:%M', # '25/10/2006 14:30' '%d/%m/%Y', # '25/10/2006' '%d/%m/%y %H:%M:%S', # '25/10/06 14:30:59' '%d/%m/%y %H:%M:%S.%f', # '25/10/06 14:30:59.000200' '%d/%m/%y %H:%M', # '25/10/06 14:30' '%d/%m/%y', # '25/10/06' ] DECIMAL_SEPARATOR = ',' THOUSAND_SEPARATOR = '.' NUMBER_GROUPING = 3
gpl-3.0
abligh/xen4.2-minideb
tools/xm-test/tests/block-destroy/01_block-destroy_btblock_pos.py
42
1058
#!/usr/bin/python # Copyright (C) International Business Machines Corp., 2005 # Author: Dan Smith <danms@us.ibm.com> from XmTestLib import * from XmTestLib.block_utils import block_detach if ENABLE_HVM_SUPPORT: SKIP("Block-detach not supported for HVM domains") config = {"disk":"phy:/dev/ram0,xvda1,w"} domain = XmTestDomain(extraConfig=config) try: console = domain.start() except DomainError, e: if verbose: print e.extra FAIL("Unable to create domain") try: console.setHistorySaveCmds(value=True) run = console.runCmd("cat /proc/partitions | grep xvda1") run2 = console.runCmd("cat /proc/partitions") except ConsoleError, e: FAIL(str(e)) if run["return"] != 0: FAIL("block device isn't attached; can't detach!") block_detach(domain, "xvda1") try: run = console.runCmd("cat /proc/partitions | grep xvda1") except ConsoleError, e: saveLog(console.getHistory()) FAIL(str(e)) domain.closeConsole() domain.stop() if run["return"] == 0: FAIL("domU reported block device still connected!")
gpl-2.0
strands-project/robomongo
src/third-party/mongodb/buildscripts/test_shell.py
13
8877
# Copyright 2009 10gen, Inc. # # This file is part of MongoDB. # # MongoDB is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # MongoDB 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 Affero General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License # along with MongoDB. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. """Tests for the MongoDB shell. Right now these mostly just test that the shell handles command line arguments appropriately. """ import unittest import sys import subprocess import os """Exit codes for MongoDB.""" BADOPTS = 2 NOCONNECT = 255 """Path to the mongo shell executable to be tested.""" mongo_path = None class TestShell(unittest.TestCase): def open_mongo(self, args=[]): """Get a subprocess.Popen instance of the shell with the given args. """ return subprocess.Popen([mongo_path] + args, stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr = subprocess.PIPE) def setUp(self): assert mongo_path def test_help(self): mongo_h = self.open_mongo(["-h"]) mongo_help = self.open_mongo(["--help"]) out = mongo_h.communicate() self.assertEqual(out, mongo_help.communicate()) self.assert_("usage:" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo_h.returncode) self.assertEqual(0, mongo_help.returncode) def test_nodb(self): mongo = self.open_mongo([]) mongo_nodb = self.open_mongo(["--nodb"]) out = mongo_nodb.communicate() self.assert_("MongoDB shell version" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" in out[0]) self.assert_("couldn't connect" not in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo_nodb.returncode) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("MongoDB shell version" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" not in out[0]) self.assert_("couldn't connect" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) def test_eval(self): mongo = self.open_mongo(["--nodb", "--eval", "print('hello world');"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("hello world" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" not in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--eval"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("required parameter is missing" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(BADOPTS, mongo.returncode) def test_shell(self): mongo = self.open_mongo(["--nodb", "--shell", "--eval", "print('hello world');"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("hello world" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" in out[0]) # the shell started and immediately exited because stdin was empty self.assertEqual(0, mongo.returncode) def test_host_port(self): mongo = self.open_mongo([]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: test" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--host", "localhost"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: localhost/test" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--port", "27018"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: 127.0.0.1:27018" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--host", "localhost", "--port", "27018"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: localhost:27018/test" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--host"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("required parameter is missing" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(BADOPTS, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--port"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("required parameter is missing" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(BADOPTS, mongo.returncode) def test_positionals(self): dirname = os.path.dirname(__file__) test_js = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/test.js") test_txt = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/test.txt") test = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/test") non_exist_js = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/nonexist.js") non_exist_txt = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/nonexist.txt") mongo = self.open_mongo(["--nodb", test_js]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("hello world" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" not in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--nodb", test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("foobar" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" not in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo([test_js, test, test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: test" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo([test_txt, test, test_js]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: test" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo([test, test_js, test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: " + test in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: " + test in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo([non_exist_js, test, test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: test" in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: test" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo([non_exist_txt, test_js, test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("url: " + non_exist_txt in out[0]) self.assert_("connecting to: " + non_exist_txt in out[0]) self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) def test_multiple_files(self): dirname = os.path.dirname(__file__) test_js = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/test.js") test_txt = os.path.join(dirname, "testdata/test.txt") mongo = self.open_mongo(["--nodb", test_js, test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("hello world" in out[0]) self.assert_("foobar" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" not in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--shell", "--nodb", test_js, test_txt]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("hello world" in out[0]) self.assert_("foobar" in out[0]) self.assert_("bye" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(0, mongo.returncode) # just testing that they don't blow up def test_username_and_password(self): mongo = self.open_mongo(["--username", "mike"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["-u", "mike"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--password", "mike"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["-p", "mike"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assertEqual(NOCONNECT, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--username"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("required parameter is missing" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(BADOPTS, mongo.returncode) mongo = self.open_mongo(["--password"]) out = mongo.communicate() self.assert_("required parameter is missing" in out[0]) self.assertEqual(BADOPTS, mongo.returncode) def run_tests(): suite = unittest.TestLoader().loadTestsFromTestCase(TestShell) unittest.TextTestRunner(verbosity=1).run(suite) if __name__ == "__main__": if len(sys.argv) != 2: print "must give the path to shell executable to be tested" sys.exit() mongo_path = sys.argv[1] run_tests()
gpl-3.0
mrquim/mrquimrepo
script.module.schism.common/lib/bs4/tests/test_tree.py
36
78105
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """Tests for Beautiful Soup's tree traversal methods. The tree traversal methods are the main advantage of using Beautiful Soup over just using a parser. Different parsers will build different Beautiful Soup trees given the same markup, but all Beautiful Soup trees can be traversed with the methods tested here. """ from pdb import set_trace import copy import pickle import re import warnings from bs4 import BeautifulSoup from bs4.builder import ( builder_registry, HTMLParserTreeBuilder, ) from bs4.element import ( PY3K, CData, Comment, Declaration, Doctype, NavigableString, SoupStrainer, Tag, ) from bs4.testing import ( SoupTest, skipIf, ) XML_BUILDER_PRESENT = (builder_registry.lookup("xml") is not None) LXML_PRESENT = (builder_registry.lookup("lxml") is not None) class TreeTest(SoupTest): def assertSelects(self, tags, should_match): """Make sure that the given tags have the correct text. This is used in tests that define a bunch of tags, each containing a single string, and then select certain strings by some mechanism. """ self.assertEqual([tag.string for tag in tags], should_match) def assertSelectsIDs(self, tags, should_match): """Make sure that the given tags have the correct IDs. This is used in tests that define a bunch of tags, each containing a single string, and then select certain strings by some mechanism. """ self.assertEqual([tag['id'] for tag in tags], should_match) class TestFind(TreeTest): """Basic tests of the find() method. find() just calls find_all() with limit=1, so it's not tested all that thouroughly here. """ def test_find_tag(self): soup = self.soup("<a>1</a><b>2</b><a>3</a><b>4</b>") self.assertEqual(soup.find("b").string, "2") def test_unicode_text_find(self): soup = self.soup(u'<h1>Räksmörgås</h1>') self.assertEqual(soup.find(string=u'Räksmörgås'), u'Räksmörgås') def test_unicode_attribute_find(self): soup = self.soup(u'<h1 id="Räksmörgås">here it is</h1>') str(soup) self.assertEqual("here it is", soup.find(id=u'Räksmörgås').text) def test_find_everything(self): """Test an optimization that finds all tags.""" soup = self.soup("<a>foo</a><b>bar</b>") self.assertEqual(2, len(soup.find_all())) def test_find_everything_with_name(self): """Test an optimization that finds all tags with a given name.""" soup = self.soup("<a>foo</a><b>bar</b><a>baz</a>") self.assertEqual(2, len(soup.find_all('a'))) class TestFindAll(TreeTest): """Basic tests of the find_all() method.""" def test_find_all_text_nodes(self): """You can search the tree for text nodes.""" soup = self.soup("<html>Foo<b>bar</b>\xbb</html>") # Exact match. self.assertEqual(soup.find_all(string="bar"), [u"bar"]) self.assertEqual(soup.find_all(text="bar"), [u"bar"]) # Match any of a number of strings. self.assertEqual( soup.find_all(text=["Foo", "bar"]), [u"Foo", u"bar"]) # Match a regular expression. self.assertEqual(soup.find_all(text=re.compile('.*')), [u"Foo", u"bar", u'\xbb']) # Match anything. self.assertEqual(soup.find_all(text=True), [u"Foo", u"bar", u'\xbb']) def test_find_all_limit(self): """You can limit the number of items returned by find_all.""" soup = self.soup("<a>1</a><a>2</a><a>3</a><a>4</a><a>5</a>") self.assertSelects(soup.find_all('a', limit=3), ["1", "2", "3"]) self.assertSelects(soup.find_all('a', limit=1), ["1"]) self.assertSelects( soup.find_all('a', limit=10), ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5"]) # A limit of 0 means no limit. self.assertSelects( soup.find_all('a', limit=0), ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5"]) def test_calling_a_tag_is_calling_findall(self): soup = self.soup("<a>1</a><b>2<a id='foo'>3</a></b>") self.assertSelects(soup('a', limit=1), ["1"]) self.assertSelects(soup.b(id="foo"), ["3"]) def test_find_all_with_self_referential_data_structure_does_not_cause_infinite_recursion(self): soup = self.soup("<a></a>") # Create a self-referential list. l = [] l.append(l) # Without special code in _normalize_search_value, this would cause infinite # recursion. self.assertEqual([], soup.find_all(l)) def test_find_all_resultset(self): """All find_all calls return a ResultSet""" soup = self.soup("<a></a>") result = soup.find_all("a") self.assertTrue(hasattr(result, "source")) result = soup.find_all(True) self.assertTrue(hasattr(result, "source")) result = soup.find_all(text="foo") self.assertTrue(hasattr(result, "source")) class TestFindAllBasicNamespaces(TreeTest): def test_find_by_namespaced_name(self): soup = self.soup('<mathml:msqrt>4</mathml:msqrt><a svg:fill="red">') self.assertEqual("4", soup.find("mathml:msqrt").string) self.assertEqual("a", soup.find(attrs= { "svg:fill" : "red" }).name) class TestFindAllByName(TreeTest): """Test ways of finding tags by tag name.""" def setUp(self): super(TreeTest, self).setUp() self.tree = self.soup("""<a>First tag.</a> <b>Second tag.</b> <c>Third <a>Nested tag.</a> tag.</c>""") def test_find_all_by_tag_name(self): # Find all the <a> tags. self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all('a'), ['First tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_by_name_and_text(self): self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all('a', text='First tag.'), ['First tag.']) self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all('a', text=True), ['First tag.', 'Nested tag.']) self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all('a', text=re.compile("tag")), ['First tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_on_non_root_element(self): # You can call find_all on any node, not just the root. self.assertSelects(self.tree.c.find_all('a'), ['Nested tag.']) def test_calling_element_invokes_find_all(self): self.assertSelects(self.tree('a'), ['First tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_by_tag_strainer(self): self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all(SoupStrainer('a')), ['First tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_by_tag_names(self): self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all(['a', 'b']), ['First tag.', 'Second tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_by_tag_dict(self): self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all({'a' : True, 'b' : True}), ['First tag.', 'Second tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_by_tag_re(self): self.assertSelects( self.tree.find_all(re.compile('^[ab]$')), ['First tag.', 'Second tag.', 'Nested tag.']) def test_find_all_with_tags_matching_method(self): # You can define an oracle method that determines whether # a tag matches the search. def id_matches_name(tag): return tag.name == tag.get('id') tree = self.soup("""<a id="a">Match 1.</a> <a id="1">Does not match.</a> <b id="b">Match 2.</a>""") self.assertSelects( tree.find_all(id_matches_name), ["Match 1.", "Match 2."]) def test_find_with_multi_valued_attribute(self): soup = self.soup( "<div class='a b'>1</div><div class='a c'>2</div><div class='a d'>3</div>" ) r1 = soup.find('div', 'a d'); r2 = soup.find('div', re.compile(r'a d')); r3, r4 = soup.find_all('div', ['a b', 'a d']); self.assertEqual('3', r1.string) self.assertEqual('3', r2.string) self.assertEqual('1', r3.string) self.assertEqual('3', r4.string) class TestFindAllByAttribute(TreeTest): def test_find_all_by_attribute_name(self): # You can pass in keyword arguments to find_all to search by # attribute. tree = self.soup(""" <a id="first">Matching a.</a> <a id="second"> Non-matching <b id="first">Matching b.</b>a. </a>""") self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(id='first'), ["Matching a.", "Matching b."]) def test_find_all_by_utf8_attribute_value(self): peace = u"םולש".encode("utf8") data = u'<a title="םולש"></a>'.encode("utf8") soup = self.soup(data) self.assertEqual([soup.a], soup.find_all(title=peace)) self.assertEqual([soup.a], soup.find_all(title=peace.decode("utf8"))) self.assertEqual([soup.a], soup.find_all(title=[peace, "something else"])) def test_find_all_by_attribute_dict(self): # You can pass in a dictionary as the argument 'attrs'. This # lets you search for attributes like 'name' (a fixed argument # to find_all) and 'class' (a reserved word in Python.) tree = self.soup(""" <a name="name1" class="class1">Name match.</a> <a name="name2" class="class2">Class match.</a> <a name="name3" class="class3">Non-match.</a> <name1>A tag called 'name1'.</name1> """) # This doesn't do what you want. self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(name='name1'), ["A tag called 'name1'."]) # This does what you want. self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(attrs={'name' : 'name1'}), ["Name match."]) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(attrs={'class' : 'class2'}), ["Class match."]) def test_find_all_by_class(self): tree = self.soup(""" <a class="1">Class 1.</a> <a class="2">Class 2.</a> <b class="1">Class 1.</b> <c class="3 4">Class 3 and 4.</c> """) # Passing in the class_ keyword argument will search against # the 'class' attribute. self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('a', class_='1'), ['Class 1.']) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('c', class_='3'), ['Class 3 and 4.']) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('c', class_='4'), ['Class 3 and 4.']) # Passing in a string to 'attrs' will also search the CSS class. self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('a', '1'), ['Class 1.']) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(attrs='1'), ['Class 1.', 'Class 1.']) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('c', '3'), ['Class 3 and 4.']) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('c', '4'), ['Class 3 and 4.']) def test_find_by_class_when_multiple_classes_present(self): tree = self.soup("<gar class='foo bar'>Found it</gar>") f = tree.find_all("gar", class_=re.compile("o")) self.assertSelects(f, ["Found it"]) f = tree.find_all("gar", class_=re.compile("a")) self.assertSelects(f, ["Found it"]) # If the search fails to match the individual strings "foo" and "bar", # it will be tried against the combined string "foo bar". f = tree.find_all("gar", class_=re.compile("o b")) self.assertSelects(f, ["Found it"]) def test_find_all_with_non_dictionary_for_attrs_finds_by_class(self): soup = self.soup("<a class='bar'>Found it</a>") self.assertSelects(soup.find_all("a", re.compile("ba")), ["Found it"]) def big_attribute_value(value): return len(value) > 3 self.assertSelects(soup.find_all("a", big_attribute_value), []) def small_attribute_value(value): return len(value) <= 3 self.assertSelects( soup.find_all("a", small_attribute_value), ["Found it"]) def test_find_all_with_string_for_attrs_finds_multiple_classes(self): soup = self.soup('<a class="foo bar"></a><a class="foo"></a>') a, a2 = soup.find_all("a") self.assertEqual([a, a2], soup.find_all("a", "foo")) self.assertEqual([a], soup.find_all("a", "bar")) # If you specify the class as a string that contains a # space, only that specific value will be found. self.assertEqual([a], soup.find_all("a", class_="foo bar")) self.assertEqual([a], soup.find_all("a", "foo bar")) self.assertEqual([], soup.find_all("a", "bar foo")) def test_find_all_by_attribute_soupstrainer(self): tree = self.soup(""" <a id="first">Match.</a> <a id="second">Non-match.</a>""") strainer = SoupStrainer(attrs={'id' : 'first'}) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(strainer), ['Match.']) def test_find_all_with_missing_attribute(self): # You can pass in None as the value of an attribute to find_all. # This will match tags that do not have that attribute set. tree = self.soup("""<a id="1">ID present.</a> <a>No ID present.</a> <a id="">ID is empty.</a>""") self.assertSelects(tree.find_all('a', id=None), ["No ID present."]) def test_find_all_with_defined_attribute(self): # You can pass in None as the value of an attribute to find_all. # This will match tags that have that attribute set to any value. tree = self.soup("""<a id="1">ID present.</a> <a>No ID present.</a> <a id="">ID is empty.</a>""") self.assertSelects( tree.find_all(id=True), ["ID present.", "ID is empty."]) def test_find_all_with_numeric_attribute(self): # If you search for a number, it's treated as a string. tree = self.soup("""<a id=1>Unquoted attribute.</a> <a id="1">Quoted attribute.</a>""") expected = ["Unquoted attribute.", "Quoted attribute."] self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(id=1), expected) self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(id="1"), expected) def test_find_all_with_list_attribute_values(self): # You can pass a list of attribute values instead of just one, # and you'll get tags that match any of the values. tree = self.soup("""<a id="1">1</a> <a id="2">2</a> <a id="3">3</a> <a>No ID.</a>""") self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(id=["1", "3", "4"]), ["1", "3"]) def test_find_all_with_regular_expression_attribute_value(self): # You can pass a regular expression as an attribute value, and # you'll get tags whose values for that attribute match the # regular expression. tree = self.soup("""<a id="a">One a.</a> <a id="aa">Two as.</a> <a id="ab">Mixed as and bs.</a> <a id="b">One b.</a> <a>No ID.</a>""") self.assertSelects(tree.find_all(id=re.compile("^a+$")), ["One a.", "Two as."]) def test_find_by_name_and_containing_string(self): soup = self.soup("<b>foo</b><b>bar</b><a>foo</a>") a = soup.a self.assertEqual([a], soup.find_all("a", text="foo")) self.assertEqual([], soup.find_all("a", text="bar")) self.assertEqual([], soup.find_all("a", text="bar")) def test_find_by_name_and_containing_string_when_string_is_buried(self): soup = self.soup("<a>foo</a><a><b><c>foo</c></b></a>") self.assertEqual(soup.find_all("a"), soup.find_all("a", text="foo")) def test_find_by_attribute_and_containing_string(self): soup = self.soup('<b id="1">foo</b><a id="2">foo</a>') a = soup.a self.assertEqual([a], soup.find_all(id=2, text="foo")) self.assertEqual([], soup.find_all(id=1, text="bar")) class TestIndex(TreeTest): """Test Tag.index""" def test_index(self): tree = self.soup("""<div> <a>Identical</a> <b>Not identical</b> <a>Identical</a> <c><d>Identical with child</d></c> <b>Also not identical</b> <c><d>Identical with child</d></c> </div>""") div = tree.div for i, element in enumerate(div.contents): self.assertEqual(i, div.index(element)) self.assertRaises(ValueError, tree.index, 1) class TestParentOperations(TreeTest): """Test navigation and searching through an element's parents.""" def setUp(self): super(TestParentOperations, self).setUp() self.tree = self.soup('''<ul id="empty"></ul> <ul id="top"> <ul id="middle"> <ul id="bottom"> <b>Start here</b> </ul> </ul>''') self.start = self.tree.b def test_parent(self): self.assertEqual(self.start.parent['id'], 'bottom') self.assertEqual(self.start.parent.parent['id'], 'middle') self.assertEqual(self.start.parent.parent.parent['id'], 'top') def test_parent_of_top_tag_is_soup_object(self): top_tag = self.tree.contents[0] self.assertEqual(top_tag.parent, self.tree) def test_soup_object_has_no_parent(self): self.assertEqual(None, self.tree.parent) def test_find_parents(self): self.assertSelectsIDs( self.start.find_parents('ul'), ['bottom', 'middle', 'top']) self.assertSelectsIDs( self.start.find_parents('ul', id="middle"), ['middle']) def test_find_parent(self): self.assertEqual(self.start.find_parent('ul')['id'], 'bottom') self.assertEqual(self.start.find_parent('ul', id='top')['id'], 'top') def test_parent_of_text_element(self): text = self.tree.find(text="Start here") self.assertEqual(text.parent.name, 'b') def test_text_element_find_parent(self): text = self.tree.find(text="Start here") self.assertEqual(text.find_parent('ul')['id'], 'bottom') def test_parent_generator(self): parents = [parent['id'] for parent in self.start.parents if parent is not None and 'id' in parent.attrs] self.assertEqual(parents, ['bottom', 'middle', 'top']) class ProximityTest(TreeTest): def setUp(self): super(TreeTest, self).setUp() self.tree = self.soup( '<html id="start"><head></head><body><b id="1">One</b><b id="2">Two</b><b id="3">Three</b></body></html>') class TestNextOperations(ProximityTest): def setUp(self): super(TestNextOperations, self).setUp() self.start = self.tree.b def test_next(self): self.assertEqual(self.start.next_element, "One") self.assertEqual(self.start.next_element.next_element['id'], "2") def test_next_of_last_item_is_none(self): last = self.tree.find(text="Three") self.assertEqual(last.next_element, None) def test_next_of_root_is_none(self): # The document root is outside the next/previous chain. self.assertEqual(self.tree.next_element, None) def test_find_all_next(self): self.assertSelects(self.start.find_all_next('b'), ["Two", "Three"]) self.start.find_all_next(id=3) self.assertSelects(self.start.find_all_next(id=3), ["Three"]) def test_find_next(self): self.assertEqual(self.start.find_next('b')['id'], '2') self.assertEqual(self.start.find_next(text="Three"), "Three") def test_find_next_for_text_element(self): text = self.tree.find(text="One") self.assertEqual(text.find_next("b").string, "Two") self.assertSelects(text.find_all_next("b"), ["Two", "Three"]) def test_next_generator(self): start = self.tree.find(text="Two") successors = [node for node in start.next_elements] # There are two successors: the final <b> tag and its text contents. tag, contents = successors self.assertEqual(tag['id'], '3') self.assertEqual(contents, "Three") class TestPreviousOperations(ProximityTest): def setUp(self): super(TestPreviousOperations, self).setUp() self.end = self.tree.find(text="Three") def test_previous(self): self.assertEqual(self.end.previous_element['id'], "3") self.assertEqual(self.end.previous_element.previous_element, "Two") def test_previous_of_first_item_is_none(self): first = self.tree.find('html') self.assertEqual(first.previous_element, None) def test_previous_of_root_is_none(self): # The document root is outside the next/previous chain. # XXX This is broken! #self.assertEqual(self.tree.previous_element, None) pass def test_find_all_previous(self): # The <b> tag containing the "Three" node is the predecessor # of the "Three" node itself, which is why "Three" shows up # here. self.assertSelects( self.end.find_all_previous('b'), ["Three", "Two", "One"]) self.assertSelects(self.end.find_all_previous(id=1), ["One"]) def test_find_previous(self): self.assertEqual(self.end.find_previous('b')['id'], '3') self.assertEqual(self.end.find_previous(text="One"), "One") def test_find_previous_for_text_element(self): text = self.tree.find(text="Three") self.assertEqual(text.find_previous("b").string, "Three") self.assertSelects( text.find_all_previous("b"), ["Three", "Two", "One"]) def test_previous_generator(self): start = self.tree.find(text="One") predecessors = [node for node in start.previous_elements] # There are four predecessors: the <b> tag containing "One" # the <body> tag, the <head> tag, and the <html> tag. b, body, head, html = predecessors self.assertEqual(b['id'], '1') self.assertEqual(body.name, "body") self.assertEqual(head.name, "head") self.assertEqual(html.name, "html") class SiblingTest(TreeTest): def setUp(self): super(SiblingTest, self).setUp() markup = '''<html> <span id="1"> <span id="1.1"></span> </span> <span id="2"> <span id="2.1"></span> </span> <span id="3"> <span id="3.1"></span> </span> <span id="4"></span> </html>''' # All that whitespace looks good but makes the tests more # difficult. Get rid of it. markup = re.compile("\n\s*").sub("", markup) self.tree = self.soup(markup) class TestNextSibling(SiblingTest): def setUp(self): super(TestNextSibling, self).setUp() self.start = self.tree.find(id="1") def test_next_sibling_of_root_is_none(self): self.assertEqual(self.tree.next_sibling, None) def test_next_sibling(self): self.assertEqual(self.start.next_sibling['id'], '2') self.assertEqual(self.start.next_sibling.next_sibling['id'], '3') # Note the difference between next_sibling and next_element. self.assertEqual(self.start.next_element['id'], '1.1') def test_next_sibling_may_not_exist(self): self.assertEqual(self.tree.html.next_sibling, None) nested_span = self.tree.find(id="1.1") self.assertEqual(nested_span.next_sibling, None) last_span = self.tree.find(id="4") self.assertEqual(last_span.next_sibling, None) def test_find_next_sibling(self): self.assertEqual(self.start.find_next_sibling('span')['id'], '2') def test_next_siblings(self): self.assertSelectsIDs(self.start.find_next_siblings("span"), ['2', '3', '4']) self.assertSelectsIDs(self.start.find_next_siblings(id='3'), ['3']) def test_next_sibling_for_text_element(self): soup = self.soup("Foo<b>bar</b>baz") start = soup.find(text="Foo") self.assertEqual(start.next_sibling.name, 'b') self.assertEqual(start.next_sibling.next_sibling, 'baz') self.assertSelects(start.find_next_siblings('b'), ['bar']) self.assertEqual(start.find_next_sibling(text="baz"), "baz") self.assertEqual(start.find_next_sibling(text="nonesuch"), None) class TestPreviousSibling(SiblingTest): def setUp(self): super(TestPreviousSibling, self).setUp() self.end = self.tree.find(id="4") def test_previous_sibling_of_root_is_none(self): self.assertEqual(self.tree.previous_sibling, None) def test_previous_sibling(self): self.assertEqual(self.end.previous_sibling['id'], '3') self.assertEqual(self.end.previous_sibling.previous_sibling['id'], '2') # Note the difference between previous_sibling and previous_element. self.assertEqual(self.end.previous_element['id'], '3.1') def test_previous_sibling_may_not_exist(self): self.assertEqual(self.tree.html.previous_sibling, None) nested_span = self.tree.find(id="1.1") self.assertEqual(nested_span.previous_sibling, None) first_span = self.tree.find(id="1") self.assertEqual(first_span.previous_sibling, None) def test_find_previous_sibling(self): self.assertEqual(self.end.find_previous_sibling('span')['id'], '3') def test_previous_siblings(self): self.assertSelectsIDs(self.end.find_previous_siblings("span"), ['3', '2', '1']) self.assertSelectsIDs(self.end.find_previous_siblings(id='1'), ['1']) def test_previous_sibling_for_text_element(self): soup = self.soup("Foo<b>bar</b>baz") start = soup.find(text="baz") self.assertEqual(start.previous_sibling.name, 'b') self.assertEqual(start.previous_sibling.previous_sibling, 'Foo') self.assertSelects(start.find_previous_siblings('b'), ['bar']) self.assertEqual(start.find_previous_sibling(text="Foo"), "Foo") self.assertEqual(start.find_previous_sibling(text="nonesuch"), None) class TestTagCreation(SoupTest): """Test the ability to create new tags.""" def test_new_tag(self): soup = self.soup("") new_tag = soup.new_tag("foo", bar="baz") self.assertTrue(isinstance(new_tag, Tag)) self.assertEqual("foo", new_tag.name) self.assertEqual(dict(bar="baz"), new_tag.attrs) self.assertEqual(None, new_tag.parent) def test_tag_inherits_self_closing_rules_from_builder(self): if XML_BUILDER_PRESENT: xml_soup = BeautifulSoup("", "lxml-xml") xml_br = xml_soup.new_tag("br") xml_p = xml_soup.new_tag("p") # Both the <br> and <p> tag are empty-element, just because # they have no contents. self.assertEqual(b"<br/>", xml_br.encode()) self.assertEqual(b"<p/>", xml_p.encode()) html_soup = BeautifulSoup("", "html.parser") html_br = html_soup.new_tag("br") html_p = html_soup.new_tag("p") # The HTML builder users HTML's rules about which tags are # empty-element tags, and the new tags reflect these rules. self.assertEqual(b"<br/>", html_br.encode()) self.assertEqual(b"<p></p>", html_p.encode()) def test_new_string_creates_navigablestring(self): soup = self.soup("") s = soup.new_string("foo") self.assertEqual("foo", s) self.assertTrue(isinstance(s, NavigableString)) def test_new_string_can_create_navigablestring_subclass(self): soup = self.soup("") s = soup.new_string("foo", Comment) self.assertEqual("foo", s) self.assertTrue(isinstance(s, Comment)) class TestTreeModification(SoupTest): def test_attribute_modification(self): soup = self.soup('<a id="1"></a>') soup.a['id'] = 2 self.assertEqual(soup.decode(), self.document_for('<a id="2"></a>')) del(soup.a['id']) self.assertEqual(soup.decode(), self.document_for('<a></a>')) soup.a['id2'] = 'foo' self.assertEqual(soup.decode(), self.document_for('<a id2="foo"></a>')) def test_new_tag_creation(self): builder = builder_registry.lookup('html')() soup = self.soup("<body></body>", builder=builder) a = Tag(soup, builder, 'a') ol = Tag(soup, builder, 'ol') a['href'] = 'http://foo.com/' soup.body.insert(0, a) soup.body.insert(1, ol) self.assertEqual( soup.body.encode(), b'<body><a href="http://foo.com/"></a><ol></ol></body>') def test_append_to_contents_moves_tag(self): doc = """<p id="1">Don't leave me <b>here</b>.</p> <p id="2">Don\'t leave!</p>""" soup = self.soup(doc) second_para = soup.find(id='2') bold = soup.b # Move the <b> tag to the end of the second paragraph. soup.find(id='2').append(soup.b) # The <b> tag is now a child of the second paragraph. self.assertEqual(bold.parent, second_para) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for( '<p id="1">Don\'t leave me .</p>\n' '<p id="2">Don\'t leave!<b>here</b></p>')) def test_replace_with_returns_thing_that_was_replaced(self): text = "<a></a><b><c></c></b>" soup = self.soup(text) a = soup.a new_a = a.replace_with(soup.c) self.assertEqual(a, new_a) def test_unwrap_returns_thing_that_was_replaced(self): text = "<a><b></b><c></c></a>" soup = self.soup(text) a = soup.a new_a = a.unwrap() self.assertEqual(a, new_a) def test_replace_with_and_unwrap_give_useful_exception_when_tag_has_no_parent(self): soup = self.soup("<a><b>Foo</b></a><c>Bar</c>") a = soup.a a.extract() self.assertEqual(None, a.parent) self.assertRaises(ValueError, a.unwrap) self.assertRaises(ValueError, a.replace_with, soup.c) def test_replace_tag_with_itself(self): text = "<a><b></b><c>Foo<d></d></c></a><a><e></e></a>" soup = self.soup(text) c = soup.c soup.c.replace_with(c) self.assertEqual(soup.decode(), self.document_for(text)) def test_replace_tag_with_its_parent_raises_exception(self): text = "<a><b></b></a>" soup = self.soup(text) self.assertRaises(ValueError, soup.b.replace_with, soup.a) def test_insert_tag_into_itself_raises_exception(self): text = "<a><b></b></a>" soup = self.soup(text) self.assertRaises(ValueError, soup.a.insert, 0, soup.a) def test_replace_with_maintains_next_element_throughout(self): soup = self.soup('<p><a>one</a><b>three</b></p>') a = soup.a b = a.contents[0] # Make it so the <a> tag has two text children. a.insert(1, "two") # Now replace each one with the empty string. left, right = a.contents left.replaceWith('') right.replaceWith('') # The <b> tag is still connected to the tree. self.assertEqual("three", soup.b.string) def test_replace_final_node(self): soup = self.soup("<b>Argh!</b>") soup.find(text="Argh!").replace_with("Hooray!") new_text = soup.find(text="Hooray!") b = soup.b self.assertEqual(new_text.previous_element, b) self.assertEqual(new_text.parent, b) self.assertEqual(new_text.previous_element.next_element, new_text) self.assertEqual(new_text.next_element, None) def test_consecutive_text_nodes(self): # A builder should never create two consecutive text nodes, # but if you insert one next to another, Beautiful Soup will # handle it correctly. soup = self.soup("<a><b>Argh!</b><c></c></a>") soup.b.insert(1, "Hooray!") self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for( "<a><b>Argh!Hooray!</b><c></c></a>")) new_text = soup.find(text="Hooray!") self.assertEqual(new_text.previous_element, "Argh!") self.assertEqual(new_text.previous_element.next_element, new_text) self.assertEqual(new_text.previous_sibling, "Argh!") self.assertEqual(new_text.previous_sibling.next_sibling, new_text) self.assertEqual(new_text.next_sibling, None) self.assertEqual(new_text.next_element, soup.c) def test_insert_string(self): soup = self.soup("<a></a>") soup.a.insert(0, "bar") soup.a.insert(0, "foo") # The string were added to the tag. self.assertEqual(["foo", "bar"], soup.a.contents) # And they were converted to NavigableStrings. self.assertEqual(soup.a.contents[0].next_element, "bar") def test_insert_tag(self): builder = self.default_builder soup = self.soup( "<a><b>Find</b><c>lady!</c><d></d></a>", builder=builder) magic_tag = Tag(soup, builder, 'magictag') magic_tag.insert(0, "the") soup.a.insert(1, magic_tag) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for( "<a><b>Find</b><magictag>the</magictag><c>lady!</c><d></d></a>")) # Make sure all the relationships are hooked up correctly. b_tag = soup.b self.assertEqual(b_tag.next_sibling, magic_tag) self.assertEqual(magic_tag.previous_sibling, b_tag) find = b_tag.find(text="Find") self.assertEqual(find.next_element, magic_tag) self.assertEqual(magic_tag.previous_element, find) c_tag = soup.c self.assertEqual(magic_tag.next_sibling, c_tag) self.assertEqual(c_tag.previous_sibling, magic_tag) the = magic_tag.find(text="the") self.assertEqual(the.parent, magic_tag) self.assertEqual(the.next_element, c_tag) self.assertEqual(c_tag.previous_element, the) def test_append_child_thats_already_at_the_end(self): data = "<a><b></b></a>" soup = self.soup(data) soup.a.append(soup.b) self.assertEqual(data, soup.decode()) def test_move_tag_to_beginning_of_parent(self): data = "<a><b></b><c></c><d></d></a>" soup = self.soup(data) soup.a.insert(0, soup.d) self.assertEqual("<a><d></d><b></b><c></c></a>", soup.decode()) def test_insert_works_on_empty_element_tag(self): # This is a little strange, since most HTML parsers don't allow # markup like this to come through. But in general, we don't # know what the parser would or wouldn't have allowed, so # I'm letting this succeed for now. soup = self.soup("<br/>") soup.br.insert(1, "Contents") self.assertEqual(str(soup.br), "<br>Contents</br>") def test_insert_before(self): soup = self.soup("<a>foo</a><b>bar</b>") soup.b.insert_before("BAZ") soup.a.insert_before("QUUX") self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for("QUUX<a>foo</a>BAZ<b>bar</b>")) soup.a.insert_before(soup.b) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for("QUUX<b>bar</b><a>foo</a>BAZ")) def test_insert_after(self): soup = self.soup("<a>foo</a><b>bar</b>") soup.b.insert_after("BAZ") soup.a.insert_after("QUUX") self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for("<a>foo</a>QUUX<b>bar</b>BAZ")) soup.b.insert_after(soup.a) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for("QUUX<b>bar</b><a>foo</a>BAZ")) def test_insert_after_raises_exception_if_after_has_no_meaning(self): soup = self.soup("") tag = soup.new_tag("a") string = soup.new_string("") self.assertRaises(ValueError, string.insert_after, tag) self.assertRaises(NotImplementedError, soup.insert_after, tag) self.assertRaises(ValueError, tag.insert_after, tag) def test_insert_before_raises_notimplementederror_if_before_has_no_meaning(self): soup = self.soup("") tag = soup.new_tag("a") string = soup.new_string("") self.assertRaises(ValueError, string.insert_before, tag) self.assertRaises(NotImplementedError, soup.insert_before, tag) self.assertRaises(ValueError, tag.insert_before, tag) def test_replace_with(self): soup = self.soup( "<p>There's <b>no</b> business like <b>show</b> business</p>") no, show = soup.find_all('b') show.replace_with(no) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for( "<p>There's business like <b>no</b> business</p>")) self.assertEqual(show.parent, None) self.assertEqual(no.parent, soup.p) self.assertEqual(no.next_element, "no") self.assertEqual(no.next_sibling, " business") def test_replace_first_child(self): data = "<a><b></b><c></c></a>" soup = self.soup(data) soup.b.replace_with(soup.c) self.assertEqual("<a><c></c></a>", soup.decode()) def test_replace_last_child(self): data = "<a><b></b><c></c></a>" soup = self.soup(data) soup.c.replace_with(soup.b) self.assertEqual("<a><b></b></a>", soup.decode()) def test_nested_tag_replace_with(self): soup = self.soup( """<a>We<b>reserve<c>the</c><d>right</d></b></a><e>to<f>refuse</f><g>service</g></e>""") # Replace the entire <b> tag and its contents ("reserve the # right") with the <f> tag ("refuse"). remove_tag = soup.b move_tag = soup.f remove_tag.replace_with(move_tag) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for( "<a>We<f>refuse</f></a><e>to<g>service</g></e>")) # The <b> tag is now an orphan. self.assertEqual(remove_tag.parent, None) self.assertEqual(remove_tag.find(text="right").next_element, None) self.assertEqual(remove_tag.previous_element, None) self.assertEqual(remove_tag.next_sibling, None) self.assertEqual(remove_tag.previous_sibling, None) # The <f> tag is now connected to the <a> tag. self.assertEqual(move_tag.parent, soup.a) self.assertEqual(move_tag.previous_element, "We") self.assertEqual(move_tag.next_element.next_element, soup.e) self.assertEqual(move_tag.next_sibling, None) # The gap where the <f> tag used to be has been mended, and # the word "to" is now connected to the <g> tag. to_text = soup.find(text="to") g_tag = soup.g self.assertEqual(to_text.next_element, g_tag) self.assertEqual(to_text.next_sibling, g_tag) self.assertEqual(g_tag.previous_element, to_text) self.assertEqual(g_tag.previous_sibling, to_text) def test_unwrap(self): tree = self.soup(""" <p>Unneeded <em>formatting</em> is unneeded</p> """) tree.em.unwrap() self.assertEqual(tree.em, None) self.assertEqual(tree.p.text, "Unneeded formatting is unneeded") def test_wrap(self): soup = self.soup("I wish I was bold.") value = soup.string.wrap(soup.new_tag("b")) self.assertEqual(value.decode(), "<b>I wish I was bold.</b>") self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for("<b>I wish I was bold.</b>")) def test_wrap_extracts_tag_from_elsewhere(self): soup = self.soup("<b></b>I wish I was bold.") soup.b.next_sibling.wrap(soup.b) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for("<b>I wish I was bold.</b>")) def test_wrap_puts_new_contents_at_the_end(self): soup = self.soup("<b>I like being bold.</b>I wish I was bold.") soup.b.next_sibling.wrap(soup.b) self.assertEqual(2, len(soup.b.contents)) self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), self.document_for( "<b>I like being bold.I wish I was bold.</b>")) def test_extract(self): soup = self.soup( '<html><body>Some content. <div id="nav">Nav crap</div> More content.</body></html>') self.assertEqual(len(soup.body.contents), 3) extracted = soup.find(id="nav").extract() self.assertEqual( soup.decode(), "<html><body>Some content. More content.</body></html>") self.assertEqual(extracted.decode(), '<div id="nav">Nav crap</div>') # The extracted tag is now an orphan. self.assertEqual(len(soup.body.contents), 2) self.assertEqual(extracted.parent, None) self.assertEqual(extracted.previous_element, None) self.assertEqual(extracted.next_element.next_element, None) # The gap where the extracted tag used to be has been mended. content_1 = soup.find(text="Some content. ") content_2 = soup.find(text=" More content.") self.assertEqual(content_1.next_element, content_2) self.assertEqual(content_1.next_sibling, content_2) self.assertEqual(content_2.previous_element, content_1) self.assertEqual(content_2.previous_sibling, content_1) def test_extract_distinguishes_between_identical_strings(self): soup = self.soup("<a>foo</a><b>bar</b>") foo_1 = soup.a.string bar_1 = soup.b.string foo_2 = soup.new_string("foo") bar_2 = soup.new_string("bar") soup.a.append(foo_2) soup.b.append(bar_2) # Now there are two identical strings in the <a> tag, and two # in the <b> tag. Let's remove the first "foo" and the second # "bar". foo_1.extract() bar_2.extract() self.assertEqual(foo_2, soup.a.string) self.assertEqual(bar_2, soup.b.string) def test_extract_multiples_of_same_tag(self): soup = self.soup(""" <html> <head> <script>foo</script> </head> <body> <script>bar</script> <a></a> </body> <script>baz</script> </html>""") [soup.script.extract() for i in soup.find_all("script")] self.assertEqual("<body>\n\n<a></a>\n</body>", unicode(soup.body)) def test_extract_works_when_element_is_surrounded_by_identical_strings(self): soup = self.soup( '<html>\n' '<body>hi</body>\n' '</html>') soup.find('body').extract() self.assertEqual(None, soup.find('body')) def test_clear(self): """Tag.clear()""" soup = self.soup("<p><a>String <em>Italicized</em></a> and another</p>") # clear using extract() a = soup.a soup.p.clear() self.assertEqual(len(soup.p.contents), 0) self.assertTrue(hasattr(a, "contents")) # clear using decompose() em = a.em a.clear(decompose=True) self.assertEqual(0, len(em.contents)) def test_string_set(self): """Tag.string = 'string'""" soup = self.soup("<a></a> <b><c></c></b>") soup.a.string = "foo" self.assertEqual(soup.a.contents, ["foo"]) soup.b.string = "bar" self.assertEqual(soup.b.contents, ["bar"]) def test_string_set_does_not_affect_original_string(self): soup = self.soup("<a><b>foo</b><c>bar</c>") soup.b.string = soup.c.string self.assertEqual(soup.a.encode(), b"<a><b>bar</b><c>bar</c></a>") def test_set_string_preserves_class_of_string(self): soup = self.soup("<a></a>") cdata = CData("foo") soup.a.string = cdata self.assertTrue(isinstance(soup.a.string, CData)) class TestElementObjects(SoupTest): """Test various features of element objects.""" def test_len(self): """The length of an element is its number of children.""" soup = self.soup("<top>1<b>2</b>3</top>") # The BeautifulSoup object itself contains one element: the # <top> tag. self.assertEqual(len(soup.contents), 1) self.assertEqual(len(soup), 1) # The <top> tag contains three elements: the text node "1", the # <b> tag, and the text node "3". self.assertEqual(len(soup.top), 3) self.assertEqual(len(soup.top.contents), 3) def test_member_access_invokes_find(self): """Accessing a Python member .foo invokes find('foo')""" soup = self.soup('<b><i></i></b>') self.assertEqual(soup.b, soup.find('b')) self.assertEqual(soup.b.i, soup.find('b').find('i')) self.assertEqual(soup.a, None) def test_deprecated_member_access(self): soup = self.soup('<b><i></i></b>') with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w: tag = soup.bTag self.assertEqual(soup.b, tag) self.assertEqual( '.bTag is deprecated, use .find("b") instead.', str(w[0].message)) def test_has_attr(self): """has_attr() checks for the presence of an attribute. Please note note: has_attr() is different from __in__. has_attr() checks the tag's attributes and __in__ checks the tag's chidlren. """ soup = self.soup("<foo attr='bar'>") self.assertTrue(soup.foo.has_attr('attr')) self.assertFalse(soup.foo.has_attr('attr2')) def test_attributes_come_out_in_alphabetical_order(self): markup = '<b a="1" z="5" m="3" f="2" y="4"></b>' self.assertSoupEquals(markup, '<b a="1" f="2" m="3" y="4" z="5"></b>') def test_string(self): # A tag that contains only a text node makes that node # available as .string. soup = self.soup("<b>foo</b>") self.assertEqual(soup.b.string, 'foo') def test_empty_tag_has_no_string(self): # A tag with no children has no .stirng. soup = self.soup("<b></b>") self.assertEqual(soup.b.string, None) def test_tag_with_multiple_children_has_no_string(self): # A tag with no children has no .string. soup = self.soup("<a>foo<b></b><b></b></b>") self.assertEqual(soup.b.string, None) soup = self.soup("<a>foo<b></b>bar</b>") self.assertEqual(soup.b.string, None) # Even if all the children are strings, due to trickery, # it won't work--but this would be a good optimization. soup = self.soup("<a>foo</b>") soup.a.insert(1, "bar") self.assertEqual(soup.a.string, None) def test_tag_with_recursive_string_has_string(self): # A tag with a single child which has a .string inherits that # .string. soup = self.soup("<a><b>foo</b></a>") self.assertEqual(soup.a.string, "foo") self.assertEqual(soup.string, "foo") def test_lack_of_string(self): """Only a tag containing a single text node has a .string.""" soup = self.soup("<b>f<i>e</i>o</b>") self.assertFalse(soup.b.string) soup = self.soup("<b></b>") self.assertFalse(soup.b.string) def test_all_text(self): """Tag.text and Tag.get_text(sep=u"") -> all child text, concatenated""" soup = self.soup("<a>a<b>r</b> <r> t </r></a>") self.assertEqual(soup.a.text, "ar t ") self.assertEqual(soup.a.get_text(strip=True), "art") self.assertEqual(soup.a.get_text(","), "a,r, , t ") self.assertEqual(soup.a.get_text(",", strip=True), "a,r,t") def test_get_text_ignores_comments(self): soup = self.soup("foo<!--IGNORE-->bar") self.assertEqual(soup.get_text(), "foobar") self.assertEqual( soup.get_text(types=(NavigableString, Comment)), "fooIGNOREbar") self.assertEqual( soup.get_text(types=None), "fooIGNOREbar") def test_all_strings_ignores_comments(self): soup = self.soup("foo<!--IGNORE-->bar") self.assertEqual(['foo', 'bar'], list(soup.strings)) class TestCDAtaListAttributes(SoupTest): """Testing cdata-list attributes like 'class'. """ def test_single_value_becomes_list(self): soup = self.soup("<a class='foo'>") self.assertEqual(["foo"],soup.a['class']) def test_multiple_values_becomes_list(self): soup = self.soup("<a class='foo bar'>") self.assertEqual(["foo", "bar"], soup.a['class']) def test_multiple_values_separated_by_weird_whitespace(self): soup = self.soup("<a class='foo\tbar\nbaz'>") self.assertEqual(["foo", "bar", "baz"],soup.a['class']) def test_attributes_joined_into_string_on_output(self): soup = self.soup("<a class='foo\tbar'>") self.assertEqual(b'<a class="foo bar"></a>', soup.a.encode()) def test_accept_charset(self): soup = self.soup('<form accept-charset="ISO-8859-1 UTF-8">') self.assertEqual(['ISO-8859-1', 'UTF-8'], soup.form['accept-charset']) def test_cdata_attribute_applying_only_to_one_tag(self): data = '<a accept-charset="ISO-8859-1 UTF-8"></a>' soup = self.soup(data) # We saw in another test that accept-charset is a cdata-list # attribute for the <form> tag. But it's not a cdata-list # attribute for any other tag. self.assertEqual('ISO-8859-1 UTF-8', soup.a['accept-charset']) def test_string_has_immutable_name_property(self): string = self.soup("s").string self.assertEqual(None, string.name) def t(): string.name = 'foo' self.assertRaises(AttributeError, t) class TestPersistence(SoupTest): "Testing features like pickle and deepcopy." def setUp(self): super(TestPersistence, self).setUp() self.page = """<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/transitional.dtd"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <title>Beautiful Soup: We called him Tortoise because he taught us.</title> <link rev="made" href="mailto:leonardr@segfault.org"> <meta name="Description" content="Beautiful Soup: an HTML parser optimized for screen-scraping."> <meta name="generator" content="Markov Approximation 1.4 (module: leonardr)"> <meta name="author" content="Leonard Richardson"> </head> <body> <a href="foo">foo</a> <a href="foo"><b>bar</b></a> </body> </html>""" self.tree = self.soup(self.page) def test_pickle_and_unpickle_identity(self): # Pickling a tree, then unpickling it, yields a tree identical # to the original. dumped = pickle.dumps(self.tree, 2) loaded = pickle.loads(dumped) self.assertEqual(loaded.__class__, BeautifulSoup) self.assertEqual(loaded.decode(), self.tree.decode()) def test_deepcopy_identity(self): # Making a deepcopy of a tree yields an identical tree. copied = copy.deepcopy(self.tree) self.assertEqual(copied.decode(), self.tree.decode()) def test_copy_preserves_encoding(self): soup = BeautifulSoup(b'<p>&nbsp;</p>', 'html.parser') encoding = soup.original_encoding copy = soup.__copy__() self.assertEqual(u"<p> </p>", unicode(copy)) self.assertEqual(encoding, copy.original_encoding) def test_unicode_pickle(self): # A tree containing Unicode characters can be pickled. html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) dumped = pickle.dumps(soup, pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL) loaded = pickle.loads(dumped) self.assertEqual(loaded.decode(), soup.decode()) def test_copy_navigablestring_is_not_attached_to_tree(self): html = u"<b>Foo<a></a></b><b>Bar</b>" soup = self.soup(html) s1 = soup.find(string="Foo") s2 = copy.copy(s1) self.assertEqual(s1, s2) self.assertEqual(None, s2.parent) self.assertEqual(None, s2.next_element) self.assertNotEqual(None, s1.next_sibling) self.assertEqual(None, s2.next_sibling) self.assertEqual(None, s2.previous_element) def test_copy_navigablestring_subclass_has_same_type(self): html = u"<b><!--Foo--></b>" soup = self.soup(html) s1 = soup.string s2 = copy.copy(s1) self.assertEqual(s1, s2) self.assertTrue(isinstance(s2, Comment)) def test_copy_entire_soup(self): html = u"<div><b>Foo<a></a></b><b>Bar</b></div>end" soup = self.soup(html) soup_copy = copy.copy(soup) self.assertEqual(soup, soup_copy) def test_copy_tag_copies_contents(self): html = u"<div><b>Foo<a></a></b><b>Bar</b></div>end" soup = self.soup(html) div = soup.div div_copy = copy.copy(div) # The two tags look the same, and evaluate to equal. self.assertEqual(unicode(div), unicode(div_copy)) self.assertEqual(div, div_copy) # But they're not the same object. self.assertFalse(div is div_copy) # And they don't have the same relation to the parse tree. The # copy is not associated with a parse tree at all. self.assertEqual(None, div_copy.parent) self.assertEqual(None, div_copy.previous_element) self.assertEqual(None, div_copy.find(string='Bar').next_element) self.assertNotEqual(None, div.find(string='Bar').next_element) class TestSubstitutions(SoupTest): def test_default_formatter_is_minimal(self): markup = u"<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>" soup = self.soup(markup) decoded = soup.decode(formatter="minimal") # The < is converted back into &lt; but the e-with-acute is left alone. self.assertEqual( decoded, self.document_for( u"<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>")) def test_formatter_html(self): markup = u"<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>" soup = self.soup(markup) decoded = soup.decode(formatter="html") self.assertEqual( decoded, self.document_for("<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr&eacute; bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>")) def test_formatter_minimal(self): markup = u"<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>" soup = self.soup(markup) decoded = soup.decode(formatter="minimal") # The < is converted back into &lt; but the e-with-acute is left alone. self.assertEqual( decoded, self.document_for( u"<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>")) def test_formatter_null(self): markup = u"<b>&lt;&lt;Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!&gt;&gt;</b>" soup = self.soup(markup) decoded = soup.decode(formatter=None) # Neither the angle brackets nor the e-with-acute are converted. # This is not valid HTML, but it's what the user wanted. self.assertEqual(decoded, self.document_for(u"<b><<Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!>></b>")) def test_formatter_custom(self): markup = u"<b>&lt;foo&gt;</b><b>bar</b>" soup = self.soup(markup) decoded = soup.decode(formatter = lambda x: x.upper()) # Instead of normal entity conversion code, the custom # callable is called on every string. self.assertEqual( decoded, self.document_for(u"<b><FOO></b><b>BAR</b>")) def test_formatter_is_run_on_attribute_values(self): markup = u'<a href="http://a.com?a=b&c=é">e</a>' soup = self.soup(markup) a = soup.a expect_minimal = u'<a href="http://a.com?a=b&amp;c=é">e</a>' self.assertEqual(expect_minimal, a.decode()) self.assertEqual(expect_minimal, a.decode(formatter="minimal")) expect_html = u'<a href="http://a.com?a=b&amp;c=&eacute;">e</a>' self.assertEqual(expect_html, a.decode(formatter="html")) self.assertEqual(markup, a.decode(formatter=None)) expect_upper = u'<a href="HTTP://A.COM?A=B&C=É">E</a>' self.assertEqual(expect_upper, a.decode(formatter=lambda x: x.upper())) def test_formatter_skips_script_tag_for_html_documents(self): doc = """ <script type="text/javascript"> console.log("< < hey > > "); </script> """ encoded = BeautifulSoup(doc, 'html.parser').encode() self.assertTrue(b"< < hey > >" in encoded) def test_formatter_skips_style_tag_for_html_documents(self): doc = """ <style type="text/css"> console.log("< < hey > > "); </style> """ encoded = BeautifulSoup(doc, 'html.parser').encode() self.assertTrue(b"< < hey > >" in encoded) def test_prettify_leaves_preformatted_text_alone(self): soup = self.soup("<div> foo <pre> \tbar\n \n </pre> baz ") # Everything outside the <pre> tag is reformatted, but everything # inside is left alone. self.assertEqual( u'<div>\n foo\n <pre> \tbar\n \n </pre>\n baz\n</div>', soup.div.prettify()) def test_prettify_accepts_formatter(self): soup = BeautifulSoup("<html><body>foo</body></html>", 'html.parser') pretty = soup.prettify(formatter = lambda x: x.upper()) self.assertTrue("FOO" in pretty) def test_prettify_outputs_unicode_by_default(self): soup = self.soup("<a></a>") self.assertEqual(unicode, type(soup.prettify())) def test_prettify_can_encode_data(self): soup = self.soup("<a></a>") self.assertEqual(bytes, type(soup.prettify("utf-8"))) def test_html_entity_substitution_off_by_default(self): markup = u"<b>Sacr\N{LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE} bleu!</b>" soup = self.soup(markup) encoded = soup.b.encode("utf-8") self.assertEqual(encoded, markup.encode('utf-8')) def test_encoding_substitution(self): # Here's the <meta> tag saying that a document is # encoded in Shift-JIS. meta_tag = ('<meta content="text/html; charset=x-sjis" ' 'http-equiv="Content-type"/>') soup = self.soup(meta_tag) # Parse the document, and the charset apprears unchanged. self.assertEqual(soup.meta['content'], 'text/html; charset=x-sjis') # Encode the document into some encoding, and the encoding is # substituted into the meta tag. utf_8 = soup.encode("utf-8") self.assertTrue(b"charset=utf-8" in utf_8) euc_jp = soup.encode("euc_jp") self.assertTrue(b"charset=euc_jp" in euc_jp) shift_jis = soup.encode("shift-jis") self.assertTrue(b"charset=shift-jis" in shift_jis) utf_16_u = soup.encode("utf-16").decode("utf-16") self.assertTrue("charset=utf-16" in utf_16_u) def test_encoding_substitution_doesnt_happen_if_tag_is_strained(self): markup = ('<head><meta content="text/html; charset=x-sjis" ' 'http-equiv="Content-type"/></head><pre>foo</pre>') # Beautiful Soup used to try to rewrite the meta tag even if the # meta tag got filtered out by the strainer. This test makes # sure that doesn't happen. strainer = SoupStrainer('pre') soup = self.soup(markup, parse_only=strainer) self.assertEqual(soup.contents[0].name, 'pre') class TestEncoding(SoupTest): """Test the ability to encode objects into strings.""" def test_unicode_string_can_be_encoded(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertEqual(soup.b.string.encode("utf-8"), u"\N{SNOWMAN}".encode("utf-8")) def test_tag_containing_unicode_string_can_be_encoded(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertEqual( soup.b.encode("utf-8"), html.encode("utf-8")) def test_encoding_substitutes_unrecognized_characters_by_default(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertEqual(soup.b.encode("ascii"), b"<b>&#9731;</b>") def test_encoding_can_be_made_strict(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertRaises( UnicodeEncodeError, soup.encode, "ascii", errors="strict") def test_decode_contents(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertEqual(u"\N{SNOWMAN}", soup.b.decode_contents()) def test_encode_contents(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertEqual( u"\N{SNOWMAN}".encode("utf8"), soup.b.encode_contents( encoding="utf8")) def test_deprecated_renderContents(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) self.assertEqual( u"\N{SNOWMAN}".encode("utf8"), soup.b.renderContents()) def test_repr(self): html = u"<b>\N{SNOWMAN}</b>" soup = self.soup(html) if PY3K: self.assertEqual(html, repr(soup)) else: self.assertEqual(b'<b>\\u2603</b>', repr(soup)) class TestNavigableStringSubclasses(SoupTest): def test_cdata(self): # None of the current builders turn CDATA sections into CData # objects, but you can create them manually. soup = self.soup("") cdata = CData("foo") soup.insert(1, cdata) self.assertEqual(str(soup), "<![CDATA[foo]]>") self.assertEqual(soup.find(text="foo"), "foo") self.assertEqual(soup.contents[0], "foo") def test_cdata_is_never_formatted(self): """Text inside a CData object is passed into the formatter. But the return value is ignored. """ self.count = 0 def increment(*args): self.count += 1 return "BITTER FAILURE" soup = self.soup("") cdata = CData("<><><>") soup.insert(1, cdata) self.assertEqual( b"<![CDATA[<><><>]]>", soup.encode(formatter=increment)) self.assertEqual(1, self.count) def test_doctype_ends_in_newline(self): # Unlike other NavigableString subclasses, a DOCTYPE always ends # in a newline. doctype = Doctype("foo") soup = self.soup("") soup.insert(1, doctype) self.assertEqual(soup.encode(), b"<!DOCTYPE foo>\n") def test_declaration(self): d = Declaration("foo") self.assertEqual("<?foo?>", d.output_ready()) class TestSoupSelector(TreeTest): HTML = """ <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <title>The title</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="blah.css" type="text/css" id="l1"> </head> <body> <custom-dashed-tag class="dashed" id="dash1">Hello there.</custom-dashed-tag> <div id="main" class="fancy"> <div id="inner"> <h1 id="header1">An H1</h1> <p>Some text</p> <p class="onep" id="p1">Some more text</p> <h2 id="header2">An H2</h2> <p class="class1 class2 class3" id="pmulti">Another</p> <a href="http://bob.example.org/" rel="friend met" id="bob">Bob</a> <h2 id="header3">Another H2</h2> <a id="me" href="http://simonwillison.net/" rel="me">me</a> <span class="s1"> <a href="#" id="s1a1">span1a1</a> <a href="#" id="s1a2">span1a2 <span id="s1a2s1">test</span></a> <span class="span2"> <a href="#" id="s2a1">span2a1</a> </span> <span class="span3"></span> <custom-dashed-tag class="dashed" id="dash2"/> <div data-tag="dashedvalue" id="data1"/> </span> </div> <x id="xid"> <z id="zida"/> <z id="zidab"/> <z id="zidac"/> </x> <y id="yid"> <z id="zidb"/> </y> <p lang="en" id="lang-en">English</p> <p lang="en-gb" id="lang-en-gb">English UK</p> <p lang="en-us" id="lang-en-us">English US</p> <p lang="fr" id="lang-fr">French</p> </div> <div id="footer"> </div> """ def setUp(self): self.soup = BeautifulSoup(self.HTML, 'html.parser') def assertSelects(self, selector, expected_ids, **kwargs): el_ids = [el['id'] for el in self.soup.select(selector, **kwargs)] el_ids.sort() expected_ids.sort() self.assertEqual(expected_ids, el_ids, "Selector %s, expected [%s], got [%s]" % ( selector, ', '.join(expected_ids), ', '.join(el_ids) ) ) assertSelect = assertSelects def assertSelectMultiple(self, *tests): for selector, expected_ids in tests: self.assertSelect(selector, expected_ids) def test_one_tag_one(self): els = self.soup.select('title') self.assertEqual(len(els), 1) self.assertEqual(els[0].name, 'title') self.assertEqual(els[0].contents, [u'The title']) def test_one_tag_many(self): els = self.soup.select('div') self.assertEqual(len(els), 4) for div in els: self.assertEqual(div.name, 'div') el = self.soup.select_one('div') self.assertEqual('main', el['id']) def test_select_one_returns_none_if_no_match(self): match = self.soup.select_one('nonexistenttag') self.assertEqual(None, match) def test_tag_in_tag_one(self): els = self.soup.select('div div') self.assertSelects('div div', ['inner', 'data1']) def test_tag_in_tag_many(self): for selector in ('html div', 'html body div', 'body div'): self.assertSelects(selector, ['data1', 'main', 'inner', 'footer']) def test_limit(self): self.assertSelects('html div', ['main'], limit=1) self.assertSelects('html body div', ['inner', 'main'], limit=2) self.assertSelects('body div', ['data1', 'main', 'inner', 'footer'], limit=10) def test_tag_no_match(self): self.assertEqual(len(self.soup.select('del')), 0) def test_invalid_tag(self): self.assertRaises(ValueError, self.soup.select, 'tag%t') def test_select_dashed_tag_ids(self): self.assertSelects('custom-dashed-tag', ['dash1', 'dash2']) def test_select_dashed_by_id(self): dashed = self.soup.select('custom-dashed-tag[id=\"dash2\"]') self.assertEqual(dashed[0].name, 'custom-dashed-tag') self.assertEqual(dashed[0]['id'], 'dash2') def test_dashed_tag_text(self): self.assertEqual(self.soup.select('body > custom-dashed-tag')[0].text, u'Hello there.') def test_select_dashed_matches_find_all(self): self.assertEqual(self.soup.select('custom-dashed-tag'), self.soup.find_all('custom-dashed-tag')) def test_header_tags(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('h1', ['header1']), ('h2', ['header2', 'header3']), ) def test_class_one(self): for selector in ('.onep', 'p.onep', 'html p.onep'): els = self.soup.select(selector) self.assertEqual(len(els), 1) self.assertEqual(els[0].name, 'p') self.assertEqual(els[0]['class'], ['onep']) def test_class_mismatched_tag(self): els = self.soup.select('div.onep') self.assertEqual(len(els), 0) def test_one_id(self): for selector in ('div#inner', '#inner', 'div div#inner'): self.assertSelects(selector, ['inner']) def test_bad_id(self): els = self.soup.select('#doesnotexist') self.assertEqual(len(els), 0) def test_items_in_id(self): els = self.soup.select('div#inner p') self.assertEqual(len(els), 3) for el in els: self.assertEqual(el.name, 'p') self.assertEqual(els[1]['class'], ['onep']) self.assertFalse(els[0].has_attr('class')) def test_a_bunch_of_emptys(self): for selector in ('div#main del', 'div#main div.oops', 'div div#main'): self.assertEqual(len(self.soup.select(selector)), 0) def test_multi_class_support(self): for selector in ('.class1', 'p.class1', '.class2', 'p.class2', '.class3', 'p.class3', 'html p.class2', 'div#inner .class2'): self.assertSelects(selector, ['pmulti']) def test_multi_class_selection(self): for selector in ('.class1.class3', '.class3.class2', '.class1.class2.class3'): self.assertSelects(selector, ['pmulti']) def test_child_selector(self): self.assertSelects('.s1 > a', ['s1a1', 's1a2']) self.assertSelects('.s1 > a span', ['s1a2s1']) def test_child_selector_id(self): self.assertSelects('.s1 > a#s1a2 span', ['s1a2s1']) def test_attribute_equals(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('p[class="onep"]', ['p1']), ('p[id="p1"]', ['p1']), ('[class="onep"]', ['p1']), ('[id="p1"]', ['p1']), ('link[rel="stylesheet"]', ['l1']), ('link[type="text/css"]', ['l1']), ('link[href="blah.css"]', ['l1']), ('link[href="no-blah.css"]', []), ('[rel="stylesheet"]', ['l1']), ('[type="text/css"]', ['l1']), ('[href="blah.css"]', ['l1']), ('[href="no-blah.css"]', []), ('p[href="no-blah.css"]', []), ('[href="no-blah.css"]', []), ) def test_attribute_tilde(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('p[class~="class1"]', ['pmulti']), ('p[class~="class2"]', ['pmulti']), ('p[class~="class3"]', ['pmulti']), ('[class~="class1"]', ['pmulti']), ('[class~="class2"]', ['pmulti']), ('[class~="class3"]', ['pmulti']), ('a[rel~="friend"]', ['bob']), ('a[rel~="met"]', ['bob']), ('[rel~="friend"]', ['bob']), ('[rel~="met"]', ['bob']), ) def test_attribute_startswith(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('[rel^="style"]', ['l1']), ('link[rel^="style"]', ['l1']), ('notlink[rel^="notstyle"]', []), ('[rel^="notstyle"]', []), ('link[rel^="notstyle"]', []), ('link[href^="bla"]', ['l1']), ('a[href^="http://"]', ['bob', 'me']), ('[href^="http://"]', ['bob', 'me']), ('[id^="p"]', ['pmulti', 'p1']), ('[id^="m"]', ['me', 'main']), ('div[id^="m"]', ['main']), ('a[id^="m"]', ['me']), ('div[data-tag^="dashed"]', ['data1']) ) def test_attribute_endswith(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('[href$=".css"]', ['l1']), ('link[href$=".css"]', ['l1']), ('link[id$="1"]', ['l1']), ('[id$="1"]', ['data1', 'l1', 'p1', 'header1', 's1a1', 's2a1', 's1a2s1', 'dash1']), ('div[id$="1"]', ['data1']), ('[id$="noending"]', []), ) def test_attribute_contains(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( # From test_attribute_startswith ('[rel*="style"]', ['l1']), ('link[rel*="style"]', ['l1']), ('notlink[rel*="notstyle"]', []), ('[rel*="notstyle"]', []), ('link[rel*="notstyle"]', []), ('link[href*="bla"]', ['l1']), ('[href*="http://"]', ['bob', 'me']), ('[id*="p"]', ['pmulti', 'p1']), ('div[id*="m"]', ['main']), ('a[id*="m"]', ['me']), # From test_attribute_endswith ('[href*=".css"]', ['l1']), ('link[href*=".css"]', ['l1']), ('link[id*="1"]', ['l1']), ('[id*="1"]', ['data1', 'l1', 'p1', 'header1', 's1a1', 's1a2', 's2a1', 's1a2s1', 'dash1']), ('div[id*="1"]', ['data1']), ('[id*="noending"]', []), # New for this test ('[href*="."]', ['bob', 'me', 'l1']), ('a[href*="."]', ['bob', 'me']), ('link[href*="."]', ['l1']), ('div[id*="n"]', ['main', 'inner']), ('div[id*="nn"]', ['inner']), ('div[data-tag*="edval"]', ['data1']) ) def test_attribute_exact_or_hypen(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('p[lang|="en"]', ['lang-en', 'lang-en-gb', 'lang-en-us']), ('[lang|="en"]', ['lang-en', 'lang-en-gb', 'lang-en-us']), ('p[lang|="fr"]', ['lang-fr']), ('p[lang|="gb"]', []), ) def test_attribute_exists(self): self.assertSelectMultiple( ('[rel]', ['l1', 'bob', 'me']), ('link[rel]', ['l1']), ('a[rel]', ['bob', 'me']), ('[lang]', ['lang-en', 'lang-en-gb', 'lang-en-us', 'lang-fr']), ('p[class]', ['p1', 'pmulti']), ('[blah]', []), ('p[blah]', []), ('div[data-tag]', ['data1']) ) def test_quoted_space_in_selector_name(self): html = """<div style="display: wrong">nope</div> <div style="display: right">yes</div> """ soup = BeautifulSoup(html, 'html.parser') [chosen] = soup.select('div[style="display: right"]') self.assertEqual("yes", chosen.string) def test_unsupported_pseudoclass(self): self.assertRaises( NotImplementedError, self.soup.select, "a:no-such-pseudoclass") self.assertRaises( NotImplementedError, self.soup.select, "a:nth-of-type(a)") def test_nth_of_type(self): # Try to select first paragraph els = self.soup.select('div#inner p:nth-of-type(1)') self.assertEqual(len(els), 1) self.assertEqual(els[0].string, u'Some text') # Try to select third paragraph els = self.soup.select('div#inner p:nth-of-type(3)') self.assertEqual(len(els), 1) self.assertEqual(els[0].string, u'Another') # Try to select (non-existent!) fourth paragraph els = self.soup.select('div#inner p:nth-of-type(4)') self.assertEqual(len(els), 0) # Pass in an invalid value. self.assertRaises( ValueError, self.soup.select, 'div p:nth-of-type(0)') def test_nth_of_type_direct_descendant(self): els = self.soup.select('div#inner > p:nth-of-type(1)') self.assertEqual(len(els), 1) self.assertEqual(els[0].string, u'Some text') def test_id_child_selector_nth_of_type(self): self.assertSelects('#inner > p:nth-of-type(2)', ['p1']) def test_select_on_element(self): # Other tests operate on the tree; this operates on an element # within the tree. inner = self.soup.find("div", id="main") selected = inner.select("div") # The <div id="inner"> tag was selected. The <div id="footer"> # tag was not. self.assertSelectsIDs(selected, ['inner', 'data1']) def test_overspecified_child_id(self): self.assertSelects(".fancy #inner", ['inner']) self.assertSelects(".normal #inner", []) def test_adjacent_sibling_selector(self): self.assertSelects('#p1 + h2', ['header2']) self.assertSelects('#p1 + h2 + p', ['pmulti']) self.assertSelects('#p1 + #header2 + .class1', ['pmulti']) self.assertEqual([], self.soup.select('#p1 + p')) def test_general_sibling_selector(self): self.assertSelects('#p1 ~ h2', ['header2', 'header3']) self.assertSelects('#p1 ~ #header2', ['header2']) self.assertSelects('#p1 ~ h2 + a', ['me']) self.assertSelects('#p1 ~ h2 + [rel="me"]', ['me']) self.assertEqual([], self.soup.select('#inner ~ h2')) def test_dangling_combinator(self): self.assertRaises(ValueError, self.soup.select, 'h1 >') def test_sibling_combinator_wont_select_same_tag_twice(self): self.assertSelects('p[lang] ~ p', ['lang-en-gb', 'lang-en-us', 'lang-fr']) # Test the selector grouping operator (the comma) def test_multiple_select(self): self.assertSelects('x, y', ['xid', 'yid']) def test_multiple_select_with_no_space(self): self.assertSelects('x,y', ['xid', 'yid']) def test_multiple_select_with_more_space(self): self.assertSelects('x, y', ['xid', 'yid']) def test_multiple_select_duplicated(self): self.assertSelects('x, x', ['xid']) def test_multiple_select_sibling(self): self.assertSelects('x, y ~ p[lang=fr]', ['xid', 'lang-fr']) def test_multiple_select_tag_and_direct_descendant(self): self.assertSelects('x, y > z', ['xid', 'zidb']) def test_multiple_select_direct_descendant_and_tags(self): self.assertSelects('div > x, y, z', ['xid', 'yid', 'zida', 'zidb', 'zidab', 'zidac']) def test_multiple_select_indirect_descendant(self): self.assertSelects('div x,y, z', ['xid', 'yid', 'zida', 'zidb', 'zidab', 'zidac']) def test_invalid_multiple_select(self): self.assertRaises(ValueError, self.soup.select, ',x, y') self.assertRaises(ValueError, self.soup.select, 'x,,y') def test_multiple_select_attrs(self): self.assertSelects('p[lang=en], p[lang=en-gb]', ['lang-en', 'lang-en-gb']) def test_multiple_select_ids(self): self.assertSelects('x, y > z[id=zida], z[id=zidab], z[id=zidb]', ['xid', 'zidb', 'zidab']) def test_multiple_select_nested(self): self.assertSelects('body > div > x, y > z', ['xid', 'zidb'])
gpl-2.0
runekaagaard/django-contrib-locking
django/contrib/gis/gdal/srs.py
8
12155
""" The Spatial Reference class, represents OGR Spatial Reference objects. Example: >>> from django.contrib.gis.gdal import SpatialReference >>> srs = SpatialReference('WGS84') >>> print(srs) GEOGCS["WGS 84", DATUM["WGS_1984", SPHEROID["WGS 84",6378137,298.257223563, AUTHORITY["EPSG","7030"]], TOWGS84[0,0,0,0,0,0,0], AUTHORITY["EPSG","6326"]], PRIMEM["Greenwich",0, AUTHORITY["EPSG","8901"]], UNIT["degree",0.01745329251994328, AUTHORITY["EPSG","9122"]], AUTHORITY["EPSG","4326"]] >>> print(srs.proj) +proj=longlat +ellps=WGS84 +datum=WGS84 +no_defs >>> print(srs.ellipsoid) (6378137.0, 6356752.3142451793, 298.25722356300003) >>> print(srs.projected, srs.geographic) False True >>> srs.import_epsg(32140) >>> print(srs.name) NAD83 / Texas South Central """ from ctypes import byref, c_char_p, c_int # Getting the error checking routine and exceptions from django.contrib.gis.gdal.base import GDALBase from django.contrib.gis.gdal.error import SRSException from django.contrib.gis.gdal.prototypes import srs as capi from django.utils import six from django.utils.encoding import force_bytes, force_text #### Spatial Reference class. #### class SpatialReference(GDALBase): """ A wrapper for the OGRSpatialReference object. According to the GDAL Web site, the SpatialReference object "provide[s] services to represent coordinate systems (projections and datums) and to transform between them." """ #### Python 'magic' routines #### def __init__(self, srs_input='', srs_type='user'): """ Creates a GDAL OSR Spatial Reference object from the given input. The input may be string of OGC Well Known Text (WKT), an integer EPSG code, a PROJ.4 string, and/or a projection "well known" shorthand string (one of 'WGS84', 'WGS72', 'NAD27', 'NAD83'). """ if srs_type == 'wkt': self.ptr = capi.new_srs(c_char_p(b'')) self.import_wkt(srs_input) return elif isinstance(srs_input, six.string_types): # Encoding to ASCII if unicode passed in. if isinstance(srs_input, six.text_type): srs_input = srs_input.encode('ascii') try: # If SRID is a string, e.g., '4326', then make acceptable # as user input. srid = int(srs_input) srs_input = 'EPSG:%d' % srid except ValueError: pass elif isinstance(srs_input, six.integer_types): # EPSG integer code was input. srs_type = 'epsg' elif isinstance(srs_input, self.ptr_type): srs = srs_input srs_type = 'ogr' else: raise TypeError('Invalid SRS type "%s"' % srs_type) if srs_type == 'ogr': # Input is already an SRS pointer. srs = srs_input else: # Creating a new SRS pointer, using the string buffer. buf = c_char_p(b'') srs = capi.new_srs(buf) # If the pointer is NULL, throw an exception. if not srs: raise SRSException('Could not create spatial reference from: %s' % srs_input) else: self.ptr = srs # Importing from either the user input string or an integer SRID. if srs_type == 'user': self.import_user_input(srs_input) elif srs_type == 'epsg': self.import_epsg(srs_input) def __del__(self): "Destroys this spatial reference." if self._ptr and capi: capi.release_srs(self._ptr) def __getitem__(self, target): """ Returns the value of the given string attribute node, None if the node doesn't exist. Can also take a tuple as a parameter, (target, child), where child is the index of the attribute in the WKT. For example: >>> wkt = 'GEOGCS["WGS 84", DATUM["WGS_1984, ... AUTHORITY["EPSG","4326"]]' >>> srs = SpatialReference(wkt) # could also use 'WGS84', or 4326 >>> print(srs['GEOGCS']) WGS 84 >>> print(srs['DATUM']) WGS_1984 >>> print(srs['AUTHORITY']) EPSG >>> print(srs['AUTHORITY', 1]) # The authority value 4326 >>> print(srs['TOWGS84', 4]) # the fourth value in this wkt 0 >>> print(srs['UNIT|AUTHORITY']) # For the units authority, have to use the pipe symbole. EPSG >>> print(srs['UNIT|AUTHORITY', 1]) # The authority value for the units 9122 """ if isinstance(target, tuple): return self.attr_value(*target) else: return self.attr_value(target) def __str__(self): "The string representation uses 'pretty' WKT." return self.pretty_wkt #### SpatialReference Methods #### def attr_value(self, target, index=0): """ The attribute value for the given target node (e.g. 'PROJCS'). The index keyword specifies an index of the child node to return. """ if not isinstance(target, six.string_types) or not isinstance(index, int): raise TypeError return capi.get_attr_value(self.ptr, force_bytes(target), index) def auth_name(self, target): "Returns the authority name for the given string target node." return capi.get_auth_name(self.ptr, force_bytes(target)) def auth_code(self, target): "Returns the authority code for the given string target node." return capi.get_auth_code(self.ptr, force_bytes(target)) def clone(self): "Returns a clone of this SpatialReference object." return SpatialReference(capi.clone_srs(self.ptr)) def from_esri(self): "Morphs this SpatialReference from ESRI's format to EPSG." capi.morph_from_esri(self.ptr) def identify_epsg(self): """ This method inspects the WKT of this SpatialReference, and will add EPSG authority nodes where an EPSG identifier is applicable. """ capi.identify_epsg(self.ptr) def to_esri(self): "Morphs this SpatialReference to ESRI's format." capi.morph_to_esri(self.ptr) def validate(self): "Checks to see if the given spatial reference is valid." capi.srs_validate(self.ptr) #### Name & SRID properties #### @property def name(self): "Returns the name of this Spatial Reference." if self.projected: return self.attr_value('PROJCS') elif self.geographic: return self.attr_value('GEOGCS') elif self.local: return self.attr_value('LOCAL_CS') else: return None @property def srid(self): "Returns the SRID of top-level authority, or None if undefined." try: return int(self.attr_value('AUTHORITY', 1)) except (TypeError, ValueError): return None #### Unit Properties #### @property def linear_name(self): "Returns the name of the linear units." units, name = capi.linear_units(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) return name @property def linear_units(self): "Returns the value of the linear units." units, name = capi.linear_units(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) return units @property def angular_name(self): "Returns the name of the angular units." units, name = capi.angular_units(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) return name @property def angular_units(self): "Returns the value of the angular units." units, name = capi.angular_units(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) return units @property def units(self): """ Returns a 2-tuple of the units value and the units name, and will automatically determines whether to return the linear or angular units. """ units, name = None, None if self.projected or self.local: units, name = capi.linear_units(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) elif self.geographic: units, name = capi.angular_units(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) if name is not None: name = force_text(name) return (units, name) #### Spheroid/Ellipsoid Properties #### @property def ellipsoid(self): """ Returns a tuple of the ellipsoid parameters: (semimajor axis, semiminor axis, and inverse flattening) """ return (self.semi_major, self.semi_minor, self.inverse_flattening) @property def semi_major(self): "Returns the Semi Major Axis for this Spatial Reference." return capi.semi_major(self.ptr, byref(c_int())) @property def semi_minor(self): "Returns the Semi Minor Axis for this Spatial Reference." return capi.semi_minor(self.ptr, byref(c_int())) @property def inverse_flattening(self): "Returns the Inverse Flattening for this Spatial Reference." return capi.invflattening(self.ptr, byref(c_int())) #### Boolean Properties #### @property def geographic(self): """ Returns True if this SpatialReference is geographic (root node is GEOGCS). """ return bool(capi.isgeographic(self.ptr)) @property def local(self): "Returns True if this SpatialReference is local (root node is LOCAL_CS)." return bool(capi.islocal(self.ptr)) @property def projected(self): """ Returns True if this SpatialReference is a projected coordinate system (root node is PROJCS). """ return bool(capi.isprojected(self.ptr)) #### Import Routines ##### def import_epsg(self, epsg): "Imports the Spatial Reference from the EPSG code (an integer)." capi.from_epsg(self.ptr, epsg) def import_proj(self, proj): "Imports the Spatial Reference from a PROJ.4 string." capi.from_proj(self.ptr, proj) def import_user_input(self, user_input): "Imports the Spatial Reference from the given user input string." capi.from_user_input(self.ptr, force_bytes(user_input)) def import_wkt(self, wkt): "Imports the Spatial Reference from OGC WKT (string)" capi.from_wkt(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p(wkt))) def import_xml(self, xml): "Imports the Spatial Reference from an XML string." capi.from_xml(self.ptr, xml) #### Export Properties #### @property def wkt(self): "Returns the WKT representation of this Spatial Reference." return capi.to_wkt(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) @property def pretty_wkt(self, simplify=0): "Returns the 'pretty' representation of the WKT." return capi.to_pretty_wkt(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p()), simplify) @property def proj(self): "Returns the PROJ.4 representation for this Spatial Reference." return capi.to_proj(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p())) @property def proj4(self): "Alias for proj()." return self.proj @property def xml(self, dialect=''): "Returns the XML representation of this Spatial Reference." return capi.to_xml(self.ptr, byref(c_char_p()), dialect) class CoordTransform(GDALBase): "The coordinate system transformation object." def __init__(self, source, target): "Initializes on a source and target SpatialReference objects." if not isinstance(source, SpatialReference) or not isinstance(target, SpatialReference): raise TypeError('source and target must be of type SpatialReference') self.ptr = capi.new_ct(source._ptr, target._ptr) self._srs1_name = source.name self._srs2_name = target.name def __del__(self): "Deletes this Coordinate Transformation object." if self._ptr and capi: capi.destroy_ct(self._ptr) def __str__(self): return 'Transform from "%s" to "%s"' % (self._srs1_name, self._srs2_name)
bsd-3-clause
jpush/jbox
Server/venv/lib/python3.5/site-packages/requests/packages/urllib3/util/connection.py
353
3380
from __future__ import absolute_import import socket try: from select import poll, POLLIN except ImportError: # `poll` doesn't exist on OSX and other platforms poll = False try: from select import select except ImportError: # `select` doesn't exist on AppEngine. select = False def is_connection_dropped(conn): # Platform-specific """ Returns True if the connection is dropped and should be closed. :param conn: :class:`httplib.HTTPConnection` object. Note: For platforms like AppEngine, this will always return ``False`` to let the platform handle connection recycling transparently for us. """ sock = getattr(conn, 'sock', False) if sock is False: # Platform-specific: AppEngine return False if sock is None: # Connection already closed (such as by httplib). return True if not poll: if not select: # Platform-specific: AppEngine return False try: return select([sock], [], [], 0.0)[0] except socket.error: return True # This version is better on platforms that support it. p = poll() p.register(sock, POLLIN) for (fno, ev) in p.poll(0.0): if fno == sock.fileno(): # Either data is buffered (bad), or the connection is dropped. return True # This function is copied from socket.py in the Python 2.7 standard # library test suite. Added to its signature is only `socket_options`. def create_connection(address, timeout=socket._GLOBAL_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT, source_address=None, socket_options=None): """Connect to *address* and return the socket object. Convenience function. Connect to *address* (a 2-tuple ``(host, port)``) and return the socket object. Passing the optional *timeout* parameter will set the timeout on the socket instance before attempting to connect. If no *timeout* is supplied, the global default timeout setting returned by :func:`getdefaulttimeout` is used. If *source_address* is set it must be a tuple of (host, port) for the socket to bind as a source address before making the connection. An host of '' or port 0 tells the OS to use the default. """ host, port = address if host.startswith('['): host = host.strip('[]') err = None for res in socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, 0, socket.SOCK_STREAM): af, socktype, proto, canonname, sa = res sock = None try: sock = socket.socket(af, socktype, proto) # If provided, set socket level options before connecting. # This is the only addition urllib3 makes to this function. _set_socket_options(sock, socket_options) if timeout is not socket._GLOBAL_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT: sock.settimeout(timeout) if source_address: sock.bind(source_address) sock.connect(sa) return sock except socket.error as e: err = e if sock is not None: sock.close() sock = None if err is not None: raise err raise socket.error("getaddrinfo returns an empty list") def _set_socket_options(sock, options): if options is None: return for opt in options: sock.setsockopt(*opt)
mit
sunzuolei/youtube-dl
youtube_dl/downloader/__init__.py
101
1168
from __future__ import unicode_literals from .common import FileDownloader from .external import get_external_downloader from .f4m import F4mFD from .hls import HlsFD from .hls import NativeHlsFD from .http import HttpFD from .rtsp import RtspFD from .rtmp import RtmpFD from .dash import DashSegmentsFD from ..utils import ( determine_protocol, ) PROTOCOL_MAP = { 'rtmp': RtmpFD, 'm3u8_native': NativeHlsFD, 'm3u8': HlsFD, 'mms': RtspFD, 'rtsp': RtspFD, 'f4m': F4mFD, 'http_dash_segments': DashSegmentsFD, } def get_suitable_downloader(info_dict, params={}): """Get the downloader class that can handle the info dict.""" protocol = determine_protocol(info_dict) info_dict['protocol'] = protocol external_downloader = params.get('external_downloader') if external_downloader is not None: ed = get_external_downloader(external_downloader) if ed.supports(info_dict): return ed if protocol == 'm3u8' and params.get('hls_prefer_native'): return NativeHlsFD return PROTOCOL_MAP.get(protocol, HttpFD) __all__ = [ 'get_suitable_downloader', 'FileDownloader', ]
unlicense
sandeepkbhat/pylearn2
pylearn2/costs/gated_autoencoder.py
39
5793
""" Definitions of the cost for the gated-autoencoder. """ from pylearn2.costs.cost import Cost, DefaultDataSpecsMixin from pylearn2.space import VectorSpace class SymmetricCost(DefaultDataSpecsMixin, Cost): """ Summary (Class representing the symmetric cost). Subclasses can define the type of data they will use. Mean reconstruction error is used for real valued data and cross-Entropy loss is used for binary. See Also -------- "Gradient-based learning of higher-order image features" """ @staticmethod def cost(x, y, rx, ry): """ Symmetric reconstruction cost. Parameters ---------- x : tensor_like Theano symbolic representing the first input minibatch. Assumed to be 2-tensors, with the first dimension indexing training examples and the second indexing data dimensions. y : tensor_like Theano symbolic representing the seconde input minibatch. Assumed to be 2-tensors, with the first dimension indexing training examples and the second indexing data dimensions. rx : tensor_like Reconstruction of the first minibatch by the model. ry: tensor_like Reconstruction of the second minibatch by the model. Returns ------- Cost: theano_like expression Representation of the cost """ raise NotImplementedError def expr(self, model, data, *args, **kwargs): """ Returns a theano expression for the cost function. Returns a symbolic expression for a cost function applied to the minibatch of data. Optionally, may return None. This represents that the cost function is intractable but may be optimized via the get_gradients method. Parameters ---------- model : a pylearn2 Model instance data : a batch in cost.get_data_specs() form kwargs : dict Optional extra arguments. Not used by the base class. """ self.get_data_specs(model)[0].validate(data) x, y = data input_space = model.get_input_space() if not isinstance(input_space.components[0], VectorSpace): conv = input_space.components[0] vec = VectorSpace(conv.get_total_dimension()) x = conv.format_as(x, vec) if not isinstance(input_space.components[1], VectorSpace): conv = input_space.components[1] vec = VectorSpace(conv.get_total_dimension()) y = conv.format_as(y, vec) rx, ry = model.reconstructXY((x, y)) return self.cost(x, y, rx, ry) class SymmetricMSRE(SymmetricCost): """ Summary (Symmetric cost for real valued data). See Also -------- "Gradient-based learning of higher-order image features" """ @staticmethod def cost(x, y, rx, ry): """ Summary (Definition of the cost). Mean squared reconstruction error. Parameters ---------- x : tensor_like Theano symbolic representing the first input minibatch. Assumed to be 2-tensors, with the first dimension indexing training examples and the second indexing data dimensions. y : tensor_like Theano symbolic representing the seconde input minibatch. Assumed to be 2-tensors, with the first dimension indexing training examples and the second indexing data dimensions. rx : tensor_like Reconstruction of the first minibatch by the model. ry: tensor_like Reconstruction of the second minibatch by the model. Returns ------- Cost: theano_like expression Representation of the cost Notes ----- Symmetric reconstruction cost as defined by Memisevic in: "Gradient-based learning of higher-order image features". This function only works with real valued data. """ return ( ((0.5*((x - rx)**2)) + (0.5*((y - ry)**2)))).sum(axis=1).mean() class NormalizedSymmetricMSRE(SymmetricCost): """ Summary (Normalized Symmetric cost for real valued data). Notes ----- Value used to observe the percentage of reconstruction. """ @staticmethod def cost(x, y, rx, ry): """ Summary (Definition of the cost). Normalized Mean squared reconstruction error. Values between 0 and 1. Parameters ---------- x : tensor_like Theano symbolic representing the first input minibatch. Assumed to be 2-tensors, with the first dimension indexing training examples and the second indexing data dimensions. y : tensor_like Theano symbolic representing the seconde input minibatch. Assumed to be 2-tensors, with the first dimension indexing training examples and the second indexing data dimensions. rx : tensor_like Reconstruction of the first minibatch by the model. ry: tensor_like Reconstruction of the second minibatch by the model. Returns ------- Cost: theano_like expression Representation of the cost Notes ----- Do not use this function to train, only to monitor the average percentage of reconstruction achieved when training on real valued data. """ num = (((0.5*((x - rx)**2)) + (0.5*((y - ry)**2)))).sum(axis=1).mean() den = ((0.5*(x.norm(2, 1)**2)) + (0.5*(y.norm(2, 1)**2))).mean() return num/den
bsd-3-clause
mlabru/ptracks
view/dbedit/dlg_exe_data_new.py
1
36600
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- dlg_exe_data_new mantém as informações sobre a dialog de edição da tabela de exercícios 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/>. revision 0.1 2014/nov mlabru initial release (Linux/Python) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- """ __version__ = "$revision: 0.1$" __author__ = "Milton Abrunhosa" __date__ = "2015/11" # < imports >-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # python library import os import logging import sys # PyQt library from PyQt4 import QtCore, QtGui # libs import libs.coords.coord_defs as cdefs # model import model.items.exe_data as dctExe # view import view.dbedit.dlg_exe_edit_new as dlgEdit import view.dbedit.dlg_exe_data_new_ui as dlgData_ui import view.dbedit.dlg_anv_edit_new as dlgAnv # control import control.events.events_basic as events import control.events.events_config as evtConfig # < class CDlgExeDataNEW >--------------------------------------------------------------------------- class CDlgExeDataNEW (QtGui.QDialog, dlgData_ui.Ui_CDlgExeDataNEW): """ mantém as informações sobre a dialog de edição da tabela de exercícios """ # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def __init__(self, f_control, f_parent=None): """ constructor @param f_control: control manager do editor da base de dados @param f_parent: janela vinculada """ # verifica parâmetros de entrada assert f_control # init super class super(CDlgExeDataNEW, self).__init__(f_parent) # salva o control manager localmente self._control = f_control # obtém o event manager self._event = f_control.event assert self._event # obtém o gerente de configuração self._config = f_control.config assert self._config # obtém o dicionário de configuração self._dctConfig = self._config.dct_config assert self._dctConfig # obtém o model manager self._model = f_control.model assert self._model # salva a parent window localmente self._parent = f_parent # existe uma parent window ? if self._parent is not None: # esconde a parent window self._parent.setVisible(False) # pointer para os itens correntes self._oExe = None # pointer para os dicionários a editar self._dctExe = None # monta a dialog self.setupUi(self) # configurações de conexões slot/signal self.configConnects() # configurações de títulos e mensagens da janela de edição self.configTexts() # restaura as configurações da janela de edição self.restoreSettings() # configura título da dialog self.setWindowTitle(u"dbEdit [ Edição de Exercícios ]") # Não permitir a inclusão e exclusão exercícios e de tráfegos do exercício self.btnExeNew.setEnabled(False) self.btnExeDel.setEnabled(False) self.btnTrfNew.setEnabled(False) self.btnTrfDel.setEnabled(False) # faz a carrga inicial do diretório de exercícios QtCore.QTimer.singleShot(0, self.loadInitial) # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def accept(self): """ callback de btnOk da dialog de edição faz o accept da dialog """ # ok para continuar ? if self.okToContinue(): # faz o "accept" QtGui.QDialog.accept(self) # fecha a janela de edição self.close() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def closeEvent(self, event): """ callback de tratamento do evento Close @param event : .. """ # ok para continuar ? if self.okToContinue(): # obtém os settings l_set = QtCore.QSettings() assert l_set # salva geometria da janela l_set.setValue("%s/Geometry" % (self._txtSettings), QtCore.QVariant(self.saveGeometry())) # existe a parent window ? if self._parent is not None: # exibe a parent window self._parent.setVisible(True) # senão, ignora o request else: # ignora o evento event.ignore() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def configConnects(self): """ configura as conexões slot/signal """ # exercício # conecta click a remoção de exercício self.connect(self.btnExeDel, QtCore.SIGNAL("clicked()"), self.exeDel) # conecta click a edição de exercício self.connect(self.btnExeEdit, QtCore.SIGNAL("clicked()"), self.exeEdit) # conecta click a inclusão de exercício self.connect(self.btnExeNew, QtCore.SIGNAL("clicked()"), self.exeNew) # conecta click a remoção do tráfego do exercício self.connect(self.btnTrfDel, QtCore.SIGNAL("clicked()"), self.trfDel) # conecta click a edição do tráfego do exercício self.connect(self.btnTrfEdit, QtCore.SIGNAL("clicked()"), self.trfEdit) # conecta click a inclusão do tráfego do exercício self.connect(self.btnTrfNew, QtCore.SIGNAL("clicked()"), self.trfNew) # conecta click a seleção da linha self.connect(self.qtwExeTab, QtCore.SIGNAL("itemSelectionChanged()"), self.exeSelect) # conecta botão Ok self.connect(self.bbxExeTab, QtCore.SIGNAL("accepted()"), self.accept) # conecta botão Cancela self.connect(self.bbxExeTab, QtCore.SIGNAL("rejected()"), self.reject) # configura botões self.bbxExeTab.button(QtGui.QDialogButtonBox.Cancel).setText("&Cancela") self.bbxExeTab.button(QtGui.QDialogButtonBox.Ok).setFocus() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def configTexts(self): """ configura títulos e mensagens """ self._txtSettings = "CDlgExeDataNEW" # self._txtContinueTit = u"TrackS - Alterações pendentes" # self._txtContinueMsg = u"Salva alterações pendentes ?" self._txtDelExeTit = u"TrackS - Apaga exercício" self._txtDelExeMsg = u"Apaga exercício {0} ?" self._txtDelTrfTit = u"TrackS - Apaga o tráfego do exercício" self._txtDelTrfMsg = u"Apaga o tráfego do exercício {0} ?" # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeDel(self): """ callback de btnDel da dialog de edição deleta um exercício da lista """ # verifica condições de execução assert self.qtwExeTab is not None assert self._dctExe is not None # obtém o exercício selecionado self._oExe = self.getCurrentSel(self._dctExe, self.qtwExeTab) if self._oExe is not None: # apaga o exercício atual ? if QtGui.QMessageBox.Yes == QtGui.QMessageBox.question(self, self._txtDelExeTit, self._txtDelExeMsg.format(self._oExe.s_exe_id), QtGui.QMessageBox.Yes | QtGui.QMessageBox.No): # apaga o exercício self.exeRemove(self._oExe) # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeEdit(self): """ callback de btnEdit da dialog de edição edita um exercício da QTableWidget """ # verifica condições de execução assert self.qtwExeTab is not None assert self._dctExe is not None # obtém o exercício selecionado self._oExe = self.getCurrentSel(self._dctExe, self.qtwExeTab) if(self._oExe is not None): # cria a dialog de edição de exercícios l_Dlg = dlgEdit.CDlgExeEditNEW(self._control, self._oExe, self) assert l_Dlg # processa a dialog de edição de exercícios (modal) if(l_Dlg.exec_ ()): # obtém os dados alterados self._oExe = l_Dlg.getData() # exercício existente ? if (self._oExe is not None) and (self._dctExe is not None): # atualiza o exercicio no dicionário de exercícios self._dctExe[self._oExe.s_exe_id] = self._oExe # Cria o evento para salvar no disco o exercício atualizado l_evtUpd2Disk = events.CUpd2Disk(fs_table="EXE", fs_filename=self._oExe.s_exe_id) assert l_evtUpd2Disk # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtUpd2Disk) # se ok, atualiza a QTableWidget de exercícios self.exeUpdateWidget () # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeNew(self): """ callback de btnNew da dialog de edição cria um novo exercício na lista """ # cria a dialog de edição de exercícios l_Dlg = dlgEdit.CDlgExeEditNEW(self._control, None, self) assert l_Dlg # processa a dialog de edição de exercícios (modal) if l_Dlg.exec_(): # obtém os dados da edição self._oExe = l_Dlg.getData() # exercício existente ? if (self._oExe is not None) and (self._dctExe is not None): # insere o exercício na lista self._dctExe[self._oExe.s_exe_id] = self._oExe # Cria o evento para salvar no disco os exercícios l_evtSave2Disk = events.CSave2Disk(fs_table="EXE") assert l_evtSave2Disk # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtSave2Disk) # se ok, atualiza a QTableWidget de exercícios self.exeUpdateWidget() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeRemove(self, f_oExe): """ remove o exercício selecionado @param f_oExe : pointer para o exercício a remover """ # verifica condições de execução assert f_oExe is not None # remove a linha da widget self.qtwExeTab.removeRow(self.qtwExeTab.currentRow()) # Cria o evento para apagar do disco o exercício l_evtDelFromDisk = events.CDelFromDisk(fs_table="EXE", fs_filename=f_oExe.s_exe_id) assert l_evtDelFromDisk # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtDelFromDisk) # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeSelect(self): """ seleciona um exercício a editar """ # verifica condições de execução assert self._dctExe is not None assert self.qtwExeTab is not None # obtém o exercício selecionado self._oExe = self.getCurrentSel(self._dctExe, self.qtwExeTab) assert self._oExe # Cria o evento para configurar o exercício atual l_evtConfigExe = evtConfig.CConfigExe(ls_exe=self._oExe.s_exe_id) assert l_evtConfigExe # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtConfigExe) # atualiza a área de dados do exercício selecionado self.exeUpdateSel() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeUpdateList(self): """ atualiza na tela os dados da lista de exercícios """ # verifica condições de execução assert self._dctExe is not None assert self.qtwExeTab is not None # atualiza a QTableWidget de exercícios self.exeUpdateWidget() # obtém o exercício selecionado self._oExe = self.getCurrentSel(self._dctExe, self.qtwExeTab) # assert self._oExe # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeUpdateSel(self): """ atualiza na tela os dados do exercício selecionado """ # exercício selecionado existe ? l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::exeUpdateSel") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) if self._oExe is not None: # indicativo do exercício #l_sExeID = self._oExe.s_exe_id # atualiza a visualização do exercício # self._oSrv.configExe(l_sExeID, dbus_interface = self.cSRV_Path) # identificação self.txtExeID.setText(self._oExe.s_exe_id) self.qleExeDesc.setText(self._oExe.s_exe_desc) l_exe_hor_ini = str(self._oExe.t_exe_hor_ini[0]) + ":" + str(self._oExe.t_exe_hor_ini[1]) self.tedHorIni.setTime(QtCore.QTime.fromString(l_exe_hor_ini,"h:m")) l_log.debug(" Exercicio [%s] Descricao [%s] Hora Inicial [%s]" % (self._oExe.s_exe_id, self._oExe.s_exe_desc, l_exe_hor_ini)) # atualiza a lista de tráfegos do exercício self.trfUpdateWidget() # senão, o exercício não existe else: # posiciona cursor no início do formulário self.txtExeID.setFocus() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def exeUpdateWidget(self): """ atualiza na tela os dados da QTableWidget de exercícios """ l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::exeUpdateWidget") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug(" load exes on the table ...") # verifica condições de execução assert self.qtwExeTab is not None assert self._dctExe is not None # limpa a QTableWidget self.qtwExeTab.clear() # seta o número de linhas da QTableWidget para o tamanho da lista self.qtwExeTab.setRowCount(len(self._dctExe)) # seta número de colunas e cabeçalho das colunas self.qtwExeTab.setColumnCount(2) self.qtwExeTab.setHorizontalHeaderLabels([u"Indicativo", u"Descrição"]) # seta QTableWidget self.qtwExeTab.setAlternatingRowColors(True) self.qtwExeTab.setEditTriggers(QtGui.QTableWidget.NoEditTriggers) self.qtwExeTab.setSelectionBehavior(QtGui.QTableWidget.SelectRows) self.qtwExeTab.setSelectionMode(QtGui.QTableWidget.SingleSelection) self.qtwExeTab.setSortingEnabled(False) # linha 0 (objeto exercício) l_oA0 = None # linha selecionada (objeto exercício) l_oSItem = None # para cada exercício no dicionário.. for l_iNdx, l_sExeID in enumerate(sorted(self._dctExe.keys())): # indicativo do exercício l_twiExeID = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_sExeID) l_twiExeID.setData(QtCore.Qt.UserRole, QtCore.QVariant(l_sExeID)) self.qtwExeTab.setItem(l_iNdx, 0, l_twiExeID) # é o exercício selecionado ? if (self._oExe is not None) and (self._oExe.s_exe_id == l_sExeID): # salva pointer para o item selecionado l_oSItem = l_twiExeID # obtém o exercício l_oExe = self._dctExe[l_sExeID] assert l_oExe # descrição l_twiExeDesc = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_oExe.s_exe_desc) l_log.debug(" Exe ID [%s] Descricao [%s]" % (l_oExe.s_exe_id, l_twiExeDesc.text())) l_log.debug(" Quantidade de tráfegos [%d]" % l_oExe.i_exe_qtd_trf) self.qtwExeTab.setItem(l_iNdx, 1, l_twiExeDesc) # existe um exercício selecionado ? if self._oExe is not None: # seleciona o item self.qtwExeTab.setCurrentItem(l_oSItem) # posiciona no item selecionado self.qtwExeTab.scrollToItem(l_oSItem) # marca que existe seleção l_oSItem.setSelected(True) # senão, não existe um exercício selecionado else: # seleciona a primeira linha self.qtwExeTab.selectRow(0) # obtém o exercício atual self._oExe = self.getCurrentSel(self._dctExe, self.qtwExeTab) # assert self._oExe # ajusta o tamanho das colunas pelo conteúdo self.qtwExeTab.resizeColumnsToContents() # habilita a ordenação self.qtwExeTab.setSortingEnabled(True) # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def getCurrentData(self, f_qtwTab, f_iCol): """ retorna os dados associados a linha selecionada """ l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::getCurrentData") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug("Obter os dados elemento selecionado") # verifica condições de execução assert f_qtwTab is not None # o dado da linha selecionada l_sData = "" # obtém o item da linha selecionada l_oItem = self.getCurrentItem(f_qtwTab, f_iCol) l_log.debug(" Dados do Item [%s]" % str(l_oItem.text())) # existe uma linha selecionada ? if l_oItem is not None: # obtém o dado associado a linha #l_sData = l_oItem.data(QtCore.Qt.UserRole).toString() l_sData = l_oItem.text() # retorna o dado associado a linha selecionada return l_sData # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def getCurrentItem(self, f_qtwTab, f_iCol): """ retorna o item associado a linha selecionada """ # o item selecionado l_oItem = None # verifica condições de execução assert f_qtwTab is not None # obtém o número da linha selecionada l_iRow = f_qtwTab.currentRow() # existe uma linha selecionada ? if l_iRow > -1: # obtém o item associado l_oItem = f_qtwTab.item(l_iRow, f_iCol) assert l_oItem # retorna o item selecionado na lista return l_oItem # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def getCurrentSel(self, f_dct, f_qtw): """ retorna o elemento associado a linha selecionada na lista """ # verifica condições de execução assert f_dct is not None assert f_qtw is not None # obtém o index da linha selecionada l_sID = self.getCurrentData(f_qtw, 0) # indice válido ? if str(l_sID) in f_dct: # obtém o elemento selecionado se existir uma linha selecionada l_oSel = f_dct[str(l_sID)] assert l_oSel # senão, índice inválido else: # não há elemento selecionado l_oSel = None # retorna o elemento da linha selecionada na lista return l_oSel # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def getCurrentTrfSel(self, f_dct, f_qtw): """ retorna o tráfego do exercício associado a linha selecionada na lista """ l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::getCurrentTrfSel") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug("Obter o elemento selecionado") # verifica condições de execução assert f_dct is not None assert f_qtw is not None # obtém o index da linha selecionada l_sID = self.getCurrentData(f_qtw, 0) l_log.debug ("ID [%s]" % l_sID) l_iID = int(l_sID) # indice válido ? if l_iID in f_dct: # obtém o elemento selecionado se existir uma linha selecionada l_oSel = f_dct[l_iID] assert l_oSel # senão, índice inválido else: # não há elemento selecionado l_oSel = None # retorna o elemento da linha selecionada na lista return l_oSel # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def loadInitial(self): """ faz a carga inicial da tabela de exercícios """ l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::loadInitial") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug(" load exes ...") # obtém o dicionário de exercícios self._dctExe = self._model.dct_exe # o dicionário de exercícios não existe ? if self._dctExe is None: # logger l_log.critical(u"<E01: Tabela de exercícios não carregada !") # cria um evento de quit l_evtQuit = events.CQuit() assert l_evtQuit # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtQuit) # cai fora.. sys.exit(1) # atualiza na tela os dados da tabela de exercícios self.exeUpdateList() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def okToContinue(self): """ cria uma messageBox @return True se tratou a resposta, senão False """ # resposta l_bAns = True ''' # flag de alterações setado ? if(self._bChanged): # questiona sobre alterações pendentes l_Resp = QtGui.QMessageBox.question(self, self._txtContinueTit, self._txtContinueMsg, QtGui.QMessageBox.Yes | QtGui.QMessageBox.No | QtGui.QMessageBox.Cancel) # cancela ? if(QtGui.QMessageBox.Cancel == l_Resp): # não sai l_bAns = False # salva ? elif(QtGui.QMessageBox.Yes == l_Resp): # salva as pendências e sai l_bAns = True # não salva ? else: # reseta o flag de alterações.. self._bChanged = False # ...e sai l_bAns = True ''' # return return l_bAns # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def reject(self): """ DOCUMENT ME! """ self._oExe = None # faz o "reject" QtGui.QDialog.reject(self) # close dialog self.close() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def restoreSettings(self): """ restaura as configurações salvas para esta janela """ # obtém os settings l_set = QtCore.QSettings("sophosoft", "dbedit") assert l_set # restaura geometria da janela self.restoreGeometry(l_set.value("%s/Geometry" % (self._txtSettings)).toByteArray()) # return return True # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def trfDel(self): """ :return: """ # verifica condições de execução assert self.qtw_anv is not None assert self._oExe is not None assert self._oExe.dct_exe_trf is not None # obtém o tráfego do exercício selecionado l_oTrf = self.getCurrentTrfSel(self._oExe.dct_exe_trf, self.qtw_anv) if l_oTrf is not None: # apaga o tráfego do exercício atual ? if QtGui.QMessageBox.Yes == QtGui.QMessageBox.question(self, self._txtDelTrfTit, self._txtDelTrfMsg.format(l_oTrf.s_trf_ind), QtGui.QMessageBox.Yes | QtGui.QMessageBox.No): # apaga o tráfego do exercício self.trfRemove(l_oTrf) # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def trfEdit(self): """ callback de btnTrfNew da dialog de edição de tráfegos do exercício atualiza o tráfego do exercício na lista :return: """ l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::trfEdit") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug("Editar um tráfego do exercício") # verifica condições de execução assert self.qtw_anv is not None assert self._oExe is not None assert self._oExe.dct_exe_trf is not None # obtém o tráfego do exercício selecionado l_oTrf = self.getCurrentTrfSel(self._oExe.dct_exe_trf, self.qtw_anv) l_log.debug("Tráfego : [%s] - Id [%s]" % (l_oTrf, l_oTrf.i_trf_id)) if (l_oTrf is not None): # cria a dialog de edição do tráfego do exercício l_Dlg = dlgAnv.CDlgAnvEditNEW(self._control, l_oTrf, self) assert l_Dlg # processa a dialog de edição de exercícios (modal) if(l_Dlg.exec_ ()): # obtém os dados alterados l_oTrf = l_Dlg.getData() l_log.debug("Tráfego Id [%s]" % str(l_oTrf.i_trf_id)) # tráfego do exercício existente ? if (l_oTrf is not None) and (self._oExe is not None): # atualiza o tráfego do exercício na lista self._oExe.dct_exe_trf[l_oTrf.i_trf_id] = l_oTrf # atualiza o exercicio no dicionário de exercícios self._dctExe[self._oExe.s_exe_id] = self._oExe # Cria o evento para salvar no disco o exercício atualizado l_evtUpd2Disk = events.CUpd2Disk(fs_table="ANV", fs_filename=self._oExe.s_exe_id) assert l_evtUpd2Disk # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtUpd2Disk) # se ok, atualiza a QTableWidget de exercícios self.trfUpdateWidget () # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def trfNew(self): """ callback de btnTrfNew da dialog de edição de tráfegos do exercício cria um novo tráfego do exercício na lista """ l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::trfNew") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug("Um novo tráfego do exercício [%s]" % self._oExe.s_exe_id) # cria a dialog de edição de tráfegos do exercício l_Dlg = dlgAnv.CDlgAnvEditNEW(self._control, None, self) assert l_Dlg # processa a dialog de edição de tráfegos do exercícios (modal) if l_Dlg.exec_(): # obtém os dados da edição l_oTrf = l_Dlg.getData() li_node = 1 # Obtém o número do nó que não está sendo usado if self._oExe.dct_exe_trf is not None: ll_node_hosts = self._oExe.dct_exe_trf.keys() l_log.debug("Dicionario de tráfegos do exercício [%s]" % self._oExe.dct_exe_trf) l_log.debug("Lista de node hosts [%s]" % ll_node_hosts) ll_node_hosts.sort() li_index = 0 li_node = 1 while li_index < len(ll_node_hosts): if (li_index > 0): if ll_node_hosts[li_index] != ll_node_hosts[li_index - 1] + 1: li_node = ll_node_hosts[li_index - 1] + 1 break li_index = li_index + 1 if li_index != 0 and li_index == len(ll_node_hosts): li_node = ll_node_hosts[li_index -1] + 1 # tráfego do exercício existente ? if (l_oTrf is not None) and (self._oExe is not None): # insere o tráfego do exercício na lista l_oTrf.i_trf_id = li_node self._oExe.dct_exe_trf[li_node] = l_oTrf # atualiza o exercicio no dicionário de exercícios self._dctExe[self._oExe.s_exe_id] = self._oExe # Cria o evento para salvar no disco os exercícios l_evtSave2Disk = events.CSave2Disk(fs_table="ANV") assert l_evtSave2Disk # dissemina o evento self._event.post(l_evtSave2Disk) # se ok, atualiza a QTableWidget de exercícios self.trfUpdateWidget() # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def trfRemove(self, f_oTrf): """ remove o tráfego selecionado do exercício atual @param f_oTrf : pointer para o tráfego selecionado """ # verifica condições de execução assert f_oTrf is not None # remove a linha da widget self.qtw_anv.removeRow(self.qtw_anv.currentRow()) # atualiza a tabela de tráfegos do exercício l_dctTrf = self._oExe.dct_exe_trf del l_dctTrf[f_oTrf.i_trf_id] self._oExe.dct_exe_trf = l_dctTrf # atualiza o exercicio no dicionário de exercícios self._dctExe[self._oExe.s_exe_id] = self._oExe l_evt = None if len(self._oExe.dct_exe_trf): # Cria o evento para atualizar a tabela de trafegos no disco l_evt = events.CSave2Disk(fs_table="ANV") assert l_evt else: # Cria o evento para apagar do disco o exercício l_evt = events.CDelFromDisk(fs_table="ANV", fs_filename=self._oExe.s_exe_id) assert l_evt # dissemina o evento if l_evt is not None: self._event.post(l_evt) # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- def trfUpdateWidget(self): """ atualiza na tela os dados da QtableWidget de tráfegos do exercício :return: """ # verifica condições de execução # assert self.qtw_anv is not None # assert self._oExe is not None l_log = logging.getLogger("CDlgExeDataNEW::trfUpdateWidget") l_log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) l_log.debug("Atualizando a tabela de tráfegos") for li_row in range(self.qtw_anv.rowCount()): self.qtw_anv.removeRow(li_row) self.qtw_anv.setRowCount(0) self.qtw_anv.setColumnCount(14) self.qtw_anv.setHorizontalHeaderLabels( ["Node", "Latitude", "Longitude", "Tipo da Anv", "SSR", "Indicativo", "Origem", "Destino", "Proa", "Velocidade (Kt)", "Altitude (Ft)", "Procedimento", "Tempo (min)", "ID"]) self.qtw_anv.setColumnHidden(13, True) self.qtw_anv.horizontalHeader().setResizeMode(QtGui.QHeaderView.ResizeToContents) self.qtw_anv.setEditTriggers(QtGui.QTableWidget.NoEditTriggers) self.qtw_anv.setSelectionBehavior(QtGui.QTableWidget.SelectRows) self.qtw_anv.setSelectionMode(QtGui.QTableWidget.SingleSelection) li_row = 0 # para todas as linhas da tabela... l_log.debug(" Número de tráfegos [%s]" % len(self._oExe.dct_exe_trf)) for li_key, l_oTrf in self._oExe.dct_exe_trf.iteritems(): # cria nova linha na tabela self.qtw_anv.insertRow(li_row) # node name lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(li_key)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 0, lqtwi_item) # latitude lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(l_oTrf.f_trf_lat)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 1, lqtwi_item) # longitude lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(l_oTrf.f_trf_lng)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 2, lqtwi_item) # designador lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_oTrf.ptr_trf_prf.s_prf_id) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 3, lqtwi_item) # ssr lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(l_oTrf.i_trf_ssr).zfill(4)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 4, lqtwi_item) # indicativo lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_oTrf.s_trf_ind) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 5, lqtwi_item) # origem lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_oTrf.ptr_trf_aer_ori.s_aer_indc) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 6, lqtwi_item) # destino lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_oTrf.ptr_trf_aer_dst.s_aer_indc) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 7, lqtwi_item) # proa lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(l_oTrf.f_trf_pro_atu)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 8, lqtwi_item) # velocidade lf_VelKt = l_oTrf.f_trf_vel_atu * cdefs.D_CNV_MS2KT lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(lf_VelKt)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 9, lqtwi_item) # altitude lf_AltFt = l_oTrf.f_trf_alt_atu * cdefs.D_CNV_M2FT lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(lf_AltFt)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 10, lqtwi_item) # procedimento lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(l_oTrf.s_trf_prc) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 11, lqtwi_item) # tempo de apresentação do tráfego li_HorIni, li_MinIni, li_SegIni = self._oExe.t_exe_hor_ini li_MinIni = li_MinIni + (li_HorIni * 60) + (li_SegIni / 60) li_Hor, li_Min, li_Seg = l_oTrf.t_trf_hor_atv li_Min = li_Min + (li_Hor * 60) + (li_Seg / 60) lqtwi_item = QtGui.QTableWidgetItem(str(li_Min - li_MinIni)) lqtwi_item.setTextAlignment(QtCore.Qt.AlignCenter) self.qtw_anv.setItem(li_row, 12, lqtwi_item) li_row = li_row + 1 # redefine o tamanho da QTableWidget self.qtw_anv.resizeRowsToContents() self.qtw_anv.resizeColumnsToContents() # < the end >--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
gpl-3.0
xiaotdl/ansible
contrib/inventory/serf.py
395
3032
#!/usr/bin/env python # (c) 2015, Marc Abramowitz <marca@surveymonkey.com> # # This file is part of Ansible. # # Ansible 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. # # Ansible 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 Ansible. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. # Dynamic inventory script which lets you use nodes discovered by Serf # (https://serfdom.io/). # # Requires the `serfclient` Python module from # https://pypi.python.org/pypi/serfclient # # Environment variables # --------------------- # - `SERF_RPC_ADDR` # - `SERF_RPC_AUTH` # # These variables are described at https://www.serfdom.io/docs/commands/members.html#_rpc_addr import argparse import collections import os import sys # https://pypi.python.org/pypi/serfclient from serfclient import SerfClient, EnvironmentConfig try: import json except ImportError: import simplejson as json _key = 'serf' def _serf_client(): env = EnvironmentConfig() return SerfClient(host=env.host, port=env.port, rpc_auth=env.auth_key) def get_serf_members_data(): return _serf_client().members().body['Members'] def get_nodes(data): return [node['Name'] for node in data] def get_groups(data): groups = collections.defaultdict(list) for node in data: for key, value in node['Tags'].items(): groups[value].append(node['Name']) return groups def get_meta(data): meta = {'hostvars': {}} for node in data: meta['hostvars'][node['Name']] = node['Tags'] return meta def print_list(): data = get_serf_members_data() nodes = get_nodes(data) groups = get_groups(data) meta = get_meta(data) inventory_data = {_key: nodes, '_meta': meta} inventory_data.update(groups) print(json.dumps(inventory_data)) def print_host(host): data = get_serf_members_data() meta = get_meta(data) print(json.dumps(meta['hostvars'][host])) def get_args(args_list): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser( description='ansible inventory script reading from serf cluster') mutex_group = parser.add_mutually_exclusive_group(required=True) help_list = 'list all hosts from serf cluster' mutex_group.add_argument('--list', action='store_true', help=help_list) help_host = 'display variables for a host' mutex_group.add_argument('--host', help=help_host) return parser.parse_args(args_list) def main(args_list): args = get_args(args_list) if args.list: print_list() if args.host: print_host(args.host) if __name__ == '__main__': main(sys.argv[1:])
gpl-3.0
cubicova17/annet
venv/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/utils/http.py
31
9025
from __future__ import unicode_literals import base64 import calendar import datetime import re import sys from binascii import Error as BinasciiError from email.utils import formatdate from django.utils.datastructures import MultiValueDict from django.utils.encoding import force_str, force_text from django.utils.functional import allow_lazy from django.utils import six from django.utils.six.moves.urllib.parse import ( quote, quote_plus, unquote, unquote_plus, urlparse, urlencode as original_urlencode) ETAG_MATCH = re.compile(r'(?:W/)?"((?:\\.|[^"])*)"') MONTHS = 'jan feb mar apr may jun jul aug sep oct nov dec'.split() __D = r'(?P<day>\d{2})' __D2 = r'(?P<day>[ \d]\d)' __M = r'(?P<mon>\w{3})' __Y = r'(?P<year>\d{4})' __Y2 = r'(?P<year>\d{2})' __T = r'(?P<hour>\d{2}):(?P<min>\d{2}):(?P<sec>\d{2})' RFC1123_DATE = re.compile(r'^\w{3}, %s %s %s %s GMT$' % (__D, __M, __Y, __T)) RFC850_DATE = re.compile(r'^\w{6,9}, %s-%s-%s %s GMT$' % (__D, __M, __Y2, __T)) ASCTIME_DATE = re.compile(r'^\w{3} %s %s %s %s$' % (__M, __D2, __T, __Y)) def urlquote(url, safe='/'): """ A version of Python's urllib.quote() function that can operate on unicode strings. The url is first UTF-8 encoded before quoting. The returned string can safely be used as part of an argument to a subsequent iri_to_uri() call without double-quoting occurring. """ return force_text(quote(force_str(url), force_str(safe))) urlquote = allow_lazy(urlquote, six.text_type) def urlquote_plus(url, safe=''): """ A version of Python's urllib.quote_plus() function that can operate on unicode strings. The url is first UTF-8 encoded before quoting. The returned string can safely be used as part of an argument to a subsequent iri_to_uri() call without double-quoting occurring. """ return force_text(quote_plus(force_str(url), force_str(safe))) urlquote_plus = allow_lazy(urlquote_plus, six.text_type) def urlunquote(quoted_url): """ A wrapper for Python's urllib.unquote() function that can operate on the result of django.utils.http.urlquote(). """ return force_text(unquote(force_str(quoted_url))) urlunquote = allow_lazy(urlunquote, six.text_type) def urlunquote_plus(quoted_url): """ A wrapper for Python's urllib.unquote_plus() function that can operate on the result of django.utils.http.urlquote_plus(). """ return force_text(unquote_plus(force_str(quoted_url))) urlunquote_plus = allow_lazy(urlunquote_plus, six.text_type) def urlencode(query, doseq=0): """ A version of Python's urllib.urlencode() function that can operate on unicode strings. The parameters are first cast to UTF-8 encoded strings and then encoded as per normal. """ if isinstance(query, MultiValueDict): query = query.lists() elif hasattr(query, 'items'): query = query.items() return original_urlencode( [(force_str(k), [force_str(i) for i in v] if isinstance(v, (list,tuple)) else force_str(v)) for k, v in query], doseq) def cookie_date(epoch_seconds=None): """ Formats the time to ensure compatibility with Netscape's cookie standard. Accepts a floating point number expressed in seconds since the epoch, in UTC - such as that outputted by time.time(). If set to None, defaults to the current time. Outputs a string in the format 'Wdy, DD-Mon-YYYY HH:MM:SS GMT'. """ rfcdate = formatdate(epoch_seconds) return '%s-%s-%s GMT' % (rfcdate[:7], rfcdate[8:11], rfcdate[12:25]) def http_date(epoch_seconds=None): """ Formats the time to match the RFC1123 date format as specified by HTTP RFC2616 section 3.3.1. Accepts a floating point number expressed in seconds since the epoch, in UTC - such as that outputted by time.time(). If set to None, defaults to the current time. Outputs a string in the format 'Wdy, DD Mon YYYY HH:MM:SS GMT'. """ rfcdate = formatdate(epoch_seconds) return '%s GMT' % rfcdate[:25] def parse_http_date(date): """ Parses a date format as specified by HTTP RFC2616 section 3.3.1. The three formats allowed by the RFC are accepted, even if only the first one is still in widespread use. Returns an integer expressed in seconds since the epoch, in UTC. """ # emails.Util.parsedate does the job for RFC1123 dates; unfortunately # RFC2616 makes it mandatory to support RFC850 dates too. So we roll # our own RFC-compliant parsing. for regex in RFC1123_DATE, RFC850_DATE, ASCTIME_DATE: m = regex.match(date) if m is not None: break else: raise ValueError("%r is not in a valid HTTP date format" % date) try: year = int(m.group('year')) if year < 100: if year < 70: year += 2000 else: year += 1900 month = MONTHS.index(m.group('mon').lower()) + 1 day = int(m.group('day')) hour = int(m.group('hour')) min = int(m.group('min')) sec = int(m.group('sec')) result = datetime.datetime(year, month, day, hour, min, sec) return calendar.timegm(result.utctimetuple()) except Exception: six.reraise(ValueError, ValueError("%r is not a valid date" % date), sys.exc_info()[2]) def parse_http_date_safe(date): """ Same as parse_http_date, but returns None if the input is invalid. """ try: return parse_http_date(date) except Exception: pass # Base 36 functions: useful for generating compact URLs def base36_to_int(s): """ Converts a base 36 string to an ``int``. Raises ``ValueError` if the input won't fit into an int. """ # To prevent overconsumption of server resources, reject any # base36 string that is long than 13 base36 digits (13 digits # is sufficient to base36-encode any 64-bit integer) if len(s) > 13: raise ValueError("Base36 input too large") value = int(s, 36) # ... then do a final check that the value will fit into an int to avoid # returning a long (#15067). The long type was removed in Python 3. if six.PY2 and value > sys.maxint: raise ValueError("Base36 input too large") return value def int_to_base36(i): """ Converts an integer to a base36 string """ digits = "0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz" factor = 0 if i < 0: raise ValueError("Negative base36 conversion input.") if six.PY2: if not isinstance(i, six.integer_types): raise TypeError("Non-integer base36 conversion input.") if i > sys.maxint: raise ValueError("Base36 conversion input too large.") # Find starting factor while True: factor += 1 if i < 36 ** factor: factor -= 1 break base36 = [] # Construct base36 representation while factor >= 0: j = 36 ** factor base36.append(digits[i // j]) i = i % j factor -= 1 return ''.join(base36) def urlsafe_base64_encode(s): """ Encodes a bytestring in base64 for use in URLs, stripping any trailing equal signs. """ return base64.urlsafe_b64encode(s).rstrip(b'\n=') def urlsafe_base64_decode(s): """ Decodes a base64 encoded string, adding back any trailing equal signs that might have been stripped. """ s = s.encode('utf-8') # base64encode should only return ASCII. try: return base64.urlsafe_b64decode(s.ljust(len(s) + len(s) % 4, b'=')) except (LookupError, BinasciiError) as e: raise ValueError(e) def parse_etags(etag_str): """ Parses a string with one or several etags passed in If-None-Match and If-Match headers by the rules in RFC 2616. Returns a list of etags without surrounding double quotes (") and unescaped from \<CHAR>. """ etags = ETAG_MATCH.findall(etag_str) if not etags: # etag_str has wrong format, treat it as an opaque string then return [etag_str] etags = [e.encode('ascii').decode('unicode_escape') for e in etags] return etags def quote_etag(etag): """ Wraps a string in double quotes escaping contents as necessary. """ return '"%s"' % etag.replace('\\', '\\\\').replace('"', '\\"') def same_origin(url1, url2): """ Checks if two URLs are 'same-origin' """ p1, p2 = urlparse(url1), urlparse(url2) try: return (p1.scheme, p1.hostname, p1.port) == (p2.scheme, p2.hostname, p2.port) except ValueError: return False def is_safe_url(url, host=None): """ Return ``True`` if the url is a safe redirection (i.e. it doesn't point to a different host and uses a safe scheme). Always returns ``False`` on an empty url. """ if not url: return False url_info = urlparse(url) return (not url_info.netloc or url_info.netloc == host) and \ (not url_info.scheme or url_info.scheme in ['http', 'https'])
mit
scality/cinder
cinder/tests/unit/test_san.py
34
2525
# Copyright 2015 OpenStack Foundation # # 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 mock from cinder import test from cinder.volume import configuration from cinder.volume.drivers.san import san class SanDriverTestCase(test.TestCase): """Tests for SAN driver""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(SanDriverTestCase, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) def setUp(self): super(SanDriverTestCase, self).setUp() self.configuration = mock.Mock(spec=configuration.Configuration) self.configuration.san_is_local = False self.configuration.san_ip = "10.0.0.1" self.configuration.san_login = "admin" self.configuration.san_password = "password" self.configuration.san_ssh_port = 22 self.configuration.san_thin_provision = True self.configuration.san_private_key = 'private_key' self.configuration.ssh_min_pool_conn = 1 self.configuration.ssh_max_pool_conn = 5 self.configuration.ssh_conn_timeout = 30 class fake_san_driver(san.SanDriver): def initialize_connection(): pass def create_volume(): pass def delete_volume(): pass def terminate_connection(): pass @mock.patch.object(san.processutils, 'ssh_execute') @mock.patch.object(san.ssh_utils, 'SSHPool') @mock.patch.object(san.utils, 'check_ssh_injection') def test_ssh_formatted_command(self, mock_check_ssh_injection, mock_ssh_pool, mock_ssh_execute): driver = self.fake_san_driver(configuration=self.configuration) cmd_list = ['uname', '-s'] expected_cmd = 'uname -s' driver.san_execute(*cmd_list) # get the same used mocked item from the pool with driver.sshpool.item() as ssh_item: mock_ssh_execute.assert_called_with(ssh_item, expected_cmd, check_exit_code=None)
apache-2.0
siketh/ASR
catkin_ws/src/asr/src/slam_controller.py
1
1585
#!/usr/bin/env python import rospy, os, signal, subprocess from std_msgs.msg import String from std_msgs.msg import Bool def state_callback(data): if data.data == "Shutdown": rospy.signal_shutdown(shutdown_hook()) def mapping_callback(data): global mapping mapping = data.data def shutdown_hook(): print("\n...SLAM CONTROLLER SHUTTING DOWN...") if slam_process is not False: os.killpg(slam_process.pid, signal.SIGTERM) def slam_controller(): global mapping, slam_process slam_cmd = "roslaunch asr asr_mapping.launch" launched = False mapping = False slam_process = False rospy.init_node('slam_controller', anonymous=False) rospy.Subscriber("current_state", String, state_callback, queue_size=10) rospy.Subscriber("mapping_active", Bool, mapping_callback, queue_size=10) rate = rospy.Rate(10) # 10hz print("********** [SLAM CONTROLLER] **********") while not rospy.is_shutdown(): if mapping and not launched: print("\nINITIATING SLAM") slam_process = subprocess.Popen(slam_cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, shell=True, preexec_fn=os.setsid) launched = True if not mapping and launched: print("\nQUITTING SLAM") os.killpg(slam_process.pid, signal.SIGTERM) slam_process = False launched = False if mapping: print("Performing SLAM...") rate.sleep() if __name__ == '__main__': try: slam_controller() except rospy.ROSInterruptException: pass
mit
seanchen/taiga-back
taiga/urls.py
4
1875
# Copyright (C) 2014 Andrey Antukh <niwi@niwi.be> # Copyright (C) 2014 Jesús Espino <jespinog@gmail.com> # Copyright (C) 2014 David Barragán <bameda@dbarragan.com> # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Affero 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 Affero General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License # along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. from django.conf import settings from django.conf.urls import patterns, include, url from django.contrib.staticfiles.urls import staticfiles_urlpatterns from django.contrib import admin from .routers import router from .contrib_routers import router as contrib_router urlpatterns = [ url(r'^api/v1/', include(router.urls)), url(r'^api/v1/', include(contrib_router.urls)), url(r'^api/v1/api-auth/', include('taiga.base.api.urls', namespace='api')), url(r'^admin/', include(admin.site.urls)), ] def mediafiles_urlpatterns(prefix): """ Method for serve media files with runserver. """ import re from django.views.static import serve return [ url(r'^%s(?P<path>.*)$' % re.escape(prefix.lstrip('/')), serve, {'document_root': settings.MEDIA_ROOT}) ] if settings.DEBUG: # Hardcoded only for development server urlpatterns += staticfiles_urlpatterns(prefix="/static/") urlpatterns += mediafiles_urlpatterns(prefix="/media/") handler500 = "taiga.base.api.views.api_server_error"
agpl-3.0
diox/olympia
src/olympia/activity/tests/test_commands.py
4
2696
from django.core.management import call_command from django.core.management.base import CommandError import pytest from olympia import amo from olympia.activity.models import ActivityLogToken from olympia.amo.tests import TestCase, addon_factory, user_factory class TestRepudiateActivityLogToken(TestCase): def setUp(self): addon = addon_factory() self.version = addon.find_latest_version(channel=amo.RELEASE_CHANNEL_LISTED) self.token1 = ActivityLogToken.objects.create( uuid='5a0b8a83d501412589cc5d562334b46b', version=self.version, user=user_factory(), ) self.token2 = ActivityLogToken.objects.create( uuid='8a0b8a834e71412589cc5d562334b46b', version=self.version, user=user_factory(), ) self.token3 = ActivityLogToken.objects.create( uuid='336ae924bc23804cef345d562334b46b', version=self.version, user=user_factory(), ) addon2 = addon_factory() addon2_version = addon2.find_latest_version(channel=amo.RELEASE_CHANNEL_LISTED) self.token_diff_version = ActivityLogToken.objects.create( uuid='470023efdac5730773340eaf3080b589', version=addon2_version, user=user_factory(), ) def test_with_tokens(self): call_command( 'repudiate_token', '5a0b8a83d501412589cc5d562334b46b', '8a0b8a834e71412589cc5d562334b46b', ) assert self.token1.reload().is_expired() assert self.token2.reload().is_expired() assert not self.token3.reload().is_expired() assert not self.token_diff_version.reload().is_expired() def test_with_version(self): call_command('repudiate_token', version_id=self.version.id) assert self.token1.reload().is_expired() assert self.token2.reload().is_expired() assert self.token3.reload().is_expired() assert not self.token_diff_version.reload().is_expired() def test_with_token_and_version_ignores_version(self): call_command( 'repudiate_token', '5a0b8a83d501412589cc5d562334b46b', version_id=self.version.id, ) assert self.token1.reload().is_expired() # token supplied is expired. assert not self.token2.reload().is_expired() # version supplied isn't. assert not self.token3.reload().is_expired() # check the others too. assert not self.token_diff_version.reload().is_expired() def test_no_tokens_no_version_is_error(self): with pytest.raises(CommandError): call_command('repudiate_token')
bsd-3-clause
Yoshiofthewire/CrunchyXBMC-Legacy
script.module.cryptopy/lib/crypto/cipher/arc4_test.py
3
8035
#! /usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*- """ crypto.cipher.arc4_test Tests for arc4 encryption, uses AES for base algorithm Copyright © (c) 2002 by Paul A. Lambert Read LICENSE.txt for license information. July 24, 2002 """ import unittest from crypto.cipher.arc4 import ARC4 from binascii_plus import b2a_p class ARC4_TestVectors(unittest.TestCase): """ Test ARC4 algorithm using know values """ def testKnowValues(self): """ Test using vectors from...""" def ARC4testVector(testCase,plainText,key,cipherText): """ Process ARC4 test vectors from RFCxxxx""" print '%s %s %s'%('='*((54-len(testCase))/2),testCase,'='*((54-len(testCase))/2)) # Convert from octet lists to string pt = ''.join([chr(i) for i in plainText]) key = ''.join([chr(i) for i in key]) kct = ''.join([chr(i) for i in cipherText]) alg = ARC4(key) print 'key: %s'%b2a_p(key)[9:] print 'pt: %s'%b2a_p(pt)[9:] ct = alg.encrypt(pt) print 'ct: %s'%b2a_p(ct)[9:] print 'kct: %s'%b2a_p(kct)[9:] print '========================================================' self.assertEqual( ct, kct ) alg.setKey(key) dct = alg.decrypt( ct ) self.assertEqual( dct, pt ) ARC4testVector( testCase = "Test Vectors from [CRYPTLIB]", plainText = (0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00), key = (0x01, 0x23, 0x45, 0x67, 0x89, 0xAB, 0xCD, 0xEF), cipherText = (0x74, 0x94, 0xC2, 0xE7, 0x10, 0x4B, 0x08, 0x79)) ARC4testVector( testCase = "Test Vectors from [COMMERCE]", plainText = (0xdc, 0xee, 0x4c, 0xf9, 0x2c), key = (0x61, 0x8a, 0x63, 0xd2, 0xfb), cipherText = (0xf1, 0x38, 0x29, 0xc9, 0xde)) ARC4testVector( testCase = "Test Vectors from [SSH ARCFOUR]", plainText = (0x52, 0x75, 0x69, 0x73, 0x6c, 0x69, 0x6e, 0x6e, 0x75, 0x6e, 0x20, 0x6c, 0x61, 0x75, 0x6c, 0x75, 0x20, 0x6b, 0x6f, 0x72, 0x76, 0x69, 0x73, 0x73, 0x73, 0x61, 0x6e, 0x69, 0x2c, 0x20, 0x74, 0xe4, 0x68, 0x6b, 0xe4, 0x70, 0xe4, 0x69, 0x64, 0x65, 0x6e, 0x20, 0x70, 0xe4, 0xe4, 0x6c, 0x6c, 0xe4, 0x20, 0x74, 0xe4, 0x79, 0x73, 0x69, 0x6b, 0x75, 0x75, 0x2e, 0x20, 0x4b, 0x65, 0x73, 0xe4, 0x79, 0xf6, 0x6e, 0x20, 0x6f, 0x6e, 0x20, 0x6f, 0x6e, 0x6e, 0x69, 0x20, 0x6f, 0x6d, 0x61, 0x6e, 0x61, 0x6e, 0x69, 0x2c, 0x20, 0x6b, 0x61, 0x73, 0x6b, 0x69, 0x73, 0x61, 0x76, 0x75, 0x75, 0x6e, 0x20, 0x6c, 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0x16, 0x6d, 0x2c, 0xce, 0x57, 0xff, 0x1b, 0xca, 0x57, 0xb2, 0x13, 0xf0, 0xed, 0x1a, 0xa7, 0x2f, 0xb8, 0xea, 0x52, 0xb0, 0xbe, 0x01, 0xcd, 0x1e, 0x41, 0x28, 0x67, 0x72, 0x0b, 0x32, 0x6e, 0xb3, 0x89, 0xd0, 0x11, 0xbd, 0x70, 0xd8, 0xaf, 0x03, 0x5f, 0xb0, 0xd8, 0x58, 0x9d, 0xbc, 0xe3, 0xc6, 0x66, 0xf5, 0xea, 0x8d, 0x4c, 0x79, 0x54, 0xc5, 0x0c, 0x3f, 0x34, 0x0b, 0x04, 0x67, 0xf8, 0x1b, 0x42, 0x59, 0x61, 0xc1, 0x18, 0x43, 0x07, 0x4d, 0xf6, 0x20, 0xf2, 0x08, 0x40, 0x4b, 0x39, 0x4c, 0xf9, 0xd3, 0x7f, 0xf5, 0x4b, 0x5f, 0x1a, 0xd8, 0xf6, 0xea, 0x7d, 0xa3, 0xc5, 0x61, 0xdf, 0xa7, 0x28, 0x1f, 0x96, 0x44, 0x63, 0xd2, 0xcc, 0x35, 0xa4, 0xd1, 0xb0, 0x34, 0x90, 0xde, 0xc5, 0x1b, 0x07, 0x11, 0xfb, 0xd6, 0xf5, 0x5f, 0x79, 0x23, 0x4d, 0x5b, 0x7c, 0x76, 0x66, 0x22, 0xa6, 0x6d, 0xe9, 0x2b, 0xe9, 0x96, 0x46, 0x1d, 0x5e, 0x4d, 0xc8, 0x78, 0xef, 0x9b, 0xca, 0x03, 0x05, 0x21, 0xe8, 0x35, 0x1e, 0x4b, 0xae, 0xd2, 0xfd, 0x04, 0xf9, 0x46, 0x73, 0x68, 0xc4, 0xad, 0x6a, 0xc1, 0x86, 0xd0, 0x82, 0x45, 0xb2, 0x63, 0xa2, 0x66, 0x6d, 0x1f, 0x6c, 0x54, 0x20, 0xf1, 0x59, 0x9d, 0xfd, 0x9f, 0x43, 0x89, 0x21, 0xc2, 0xf5, 0xa4, 0x63, 0x93, 0x8c, 0xe0, 0x98, 0x22, 0x65, 0xee, 0xf7, 0x01, 0x79, 0xbc, 0x55, 0x3f, 0x33, 0x9e, 0xb1, 0xa4, 0xc1, 0xaf, 0x5f, 0x6a, 0x54, 0x7f)) # Make this test module runnable from the command prompt if __name__ == "__main__": unittest.main()
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