Source code for pydeps.dummymodule

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import print_function
import os
import textwrap
import logging

from . import cli

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]def is_module(directory): """A directory is a module if it contains an ```` file. """ return os.path.isdir(directory) and '' in os.listdir(directory)
[docs]def is_pysource(fname): """A file name is a python source file iff it ends with '.py' and doesn't start with a dot. """ return not fname.startswith('.') and fname.endswith('.py')
[docs]def fname2modname(fname, package_root): subpath = os.path.splitext(fname)[0][len(package_root):] modname = subpath.lstrip(os.path.sep).replace(os.path.sep, '.') return modname
[docs]def python_sources_below(directory, package=True): for root, dirs, files in os.walk(directory): if package and '' not in files: continue dotdirs = [d for d in dirs if d.startswith('.')] for d in dotdirs: dirs.remove(d) if 'migrations' in dirs: dirs.remove('migrations') for fname in files: if is_pysource(fname): # and fname not in args['exclude']: if fname == '': yield os.path.abspath(root) else: yield os.path.abspath(os.path.join(root, fname))
[docs]class DummyModule(object): """We create a file that imports the module to be investigated. """ def __init__(self, target, **args): self._legal_mnames = {} = target self.fname = '_dummy_' + target.modpath.replace('.', '_') + '.py' self.absname = os.path.join(target.workdir, self.fname) log.debug("dummy-filename: %r (%s)", self.fname, self.absname) if target.is_module: cli.verbose(1, "target is a PACKAGE") with open(self.fname, 'w') as fp: for fname in python_sources_below(target.package_root): modname = fname2modname(fname, target.syspath_dir) self.print_import(fp, modname) elif target.is_dir: # FIXME?: not sure what the intended semantics was here, as it is # this will almost certainly not do the right thing... cli.verbose(1, "target is a DIRECTORY") with open(self.fname, 'w') as fp: for fname in os.listdir(target.dirname): if is_pysource(fname): self.print_import(fp, fname2modname(fname, '')) else: assert target.is_pysource cli.verbose(1, "target is a FILE") with open(self.fname, 'w') as fp: self.print_import(fp, target.modpath)
[docs] def text(self): """Return the content of the dummy module. """ return open(self.fname).read()
[docs] def legal_module_name(self, name): """Legal module names are dotted strings where each part is a valid Python identifier. (and not a keyword, and support unicode identifiers in Python3, ..) """ if name in self._legal_mnames: return self._legal_mnames[name] for part in name.split('.'): try: exec("%s = 42" % part, {}, {}) except: # pragma: nocover self._legal_mnames[name] = False return False self._legal_mnames[name] = True return True
[docs] def print_header(self, fp): # pragma: nocover # we're not executing the file in fp, so really not necessary to # catch import errors print(textwrap.dedent(""" import sys import traceback """), file=fp)
[docs] def print_import(self, fp, module): if not self.legal_module_name(module): log.warning("SKIPPING ILLEGAL MODULE_NAME: %s", module) return mparts = module.rsplit('.', 1) # we're not executing the file in fp, so really not necessary to # catch import errors if len(mparts) == 1: print(textwrap.dedent("""\ import {module} """).format(module=module), file=fp) else: print(textwrap.dedent("""\ from {prefix} import {mname} """).format(prefix=mparts[0], mname=mparts[1]), file=fp)
# if len(mparts) == 1: # print(textwrap.dedent("""\ # import {module} # """).format(module=module)) # else: # print(textwrap.dedent("""\ # from {prefix} import {mname} # """).format(prefix=mparts[0], mname=mparts[1]))