Source code for almanac.core.command_engine

from __future__ import annotations

import inspect

import pyparsing as pp

from typing import (

from ..commands import FrozenCommand
from ..errors import (
from ..hooks import AsyncHookCallback, PromoterFunction
from ..types import is_matching_type
from ..utils import FuzzyMatcher

    from .application import Application

HookCallbackMapping = MutableMapping[FrozenCommand, List[AsyncHookCallback]]

_T = TypeVar('_T')

[docs]class CommandEngine: """A command lookup and management engine.""" def __init__( self, app: Application, *commands_to_register: FrozenCommand ) -> None: self._app = app self._registered_commands: List[FrozenCommand] = [] self._command_lookup_table: Dict[str, FrozenCommand] = {} self._after_command_callbacks: HookCallbackMapping = {} self._before_command_callbacks: HookCallbackMapping = {} for command in commands_to_register: self.register(command) self._type_promoter_mapping: Dict[Type, Callable] = {} @property def app( self ) -> Application: """The application that this engine manages.""" return self._app @property def type_promoter_mapping( self ) -> Dict[Type, Callable]: """A mapping of types to callables that convert raw arguments to those types.""" return self._type_promoter_mapping
[docs] def add_promoter_for_type( self, _type: Type[_T], promoter_callable: PromoterFunction[_T] ) -> None: """Register a promotion callable for a specific argument type.""" if _type in self._type_promoter_mapping.keys(): raise ConflictingPromoterTypesError( f'Type {_type} already has a registered promoter callable ' f'{promoter_callable}' ) self._type_promoter_mapping[_type] = promoter_callable
[docs] def register( self, command: FrozenCommand ) -> None: """Register a command on this class. Raises: CommandNameCollisionError: If the ``name`` or one of the ``aliases`` on the specified :class:`FrozenCommand` conflicts with an entry already stored in this :class:`CommandEngine`. """ already_mapped_names = tuple( identifier for identifier in command.identifiers if identifier in self._command_lookup_table.keys() ) if already_mapped_names: raise CommandNameCollisionError(*already_mapped_names) for identifier in command.identifiers: self._command_lookup_table[identifier] = command self._after_command_callbacks[command] = [] self._before_command_callbacks[command] = [] self._registered_commands.append(command)
[docs] def add_before_command_callback( self, name_or_command: Union[str, FrozenCommand], callback: AsyncHookCallback ) -> None: """Register a callback for execution before a command.""" if isinstance(name_or_command, str): try: command = self[name_or_command] except KeyError: raise NoSuchCommandError(name_or_command) else: command = name_or_command self._before_command_callbacks[command].append(callback)
[docs] def add_after_command_callback( self, name_or_command: Union[str, FrozenCommand], callback: AsyncHookCallback ) -> None: """Register a callback for execution after a command.""" if isinstance(name_or_command, str): try: command = self[name_or_command] except KeyError: raise NoSuchCommandError(name_or_command) else: command = name_or_command self._after_command_callbacks[command].append(callback)
[docs] def get( self, name_or_alias: str ) -> FrozenCommand: """Get a :class:`Command` by its name or alias. Returns: The mapped :class:`Command` instance. Raises: NoSuchCommandError: If the specified ``name_or_alias`` is not contained within this instance. """ if name_or_alias not in self._command_lookup_table.keys(): raise NoSuchCommandError(name_or_alias) return self._command_lookup_table[name_or_alias]
__getitem__ = get
[docs] async def run( self, name_or_alias: str, parsed_args: pp.ParseResults ) -> int: """Run a command, validating the specified arguments. In the event of coroutine-binding failure, this method will do quite a bit of signature introspection to determine why a binding of user-specified arguments to the coroutine signature might fail. """ try: command: FrozenCommand = self[name_or_alias] coro_signature: inspect.Signature = command.signature except NoSuchCommandError as e: raise e pos_arg_values = [x for x in parsed_args.positionals] raw_kwargs = {k: v for k, v in parsed_args.kv.asDict().items()} resolved_kwargs, unresolved_kwargs = command.resolved_kwarg_names(raw_kwargs) # Check if we have any extra/unresolvable kwargs. if not command.has_var_kw_arg and unresolved_kwargs: extra_kwargs = list(unresolved_kwargs.keys()) raise NoSuchArgumentError(*extra_kwargs) # We can safely merged these kwarg dicts now since we know any unresolvable # arguments must be due to a **kwargs variant. merged_kwarg_dicts = {**unresolved_kwargs, **resolved_kwargs} try: bound_args = command.signature.bind(*pos_arg_values, **merged_kwarg_dicts) can_bind = True except TypeError: can_bind = False # If we can call our function, we next promote all eligible arguments and # execute the coroutine call. if can_bind: for arg_name, value in bound_args.arguments.items(): param = coro_signature.parameters[arg_name] arg_annotation = param.annotation for _type, promoter_callable in self._type_promoter_mapping.items(): if not is_matching_type(_type, arg_annotation): continue new_value: Any if param.kind == param.VAR_POSITIONAL: # Promote over all entries in a *args variant. new_value = tuple(promoter_callable(x) for x in value) elif param.kind == param.VAR_KEYWORD: # Promote over all values in a **kwargs variant. new_value = { k: promoter_callable(v) for k, v in value.items() } else: # Promote a single value. new_value = promoter_callable(value) bound_args.arguments[arg_name] = new_value await self._app.run_async_callbacks( self._before_command_callbacks[command], *bound_args.args, **bound_args.kwargs ) ret = await*bound_args.args, **bound_args.kwargs) await self._app.run_async_callbacks( self._after_command_callbacks[command], *bound_args.args, **bound_args.kwargs ) return ret # Otherwise, we do some inspection to generate an informative error. try: partially_bound_args = command.signature.bind_partial( *pos_arg_values, **merged_kwarg_dicts ) partially_bound_args.apply_defaults() can_partially_bind = True except TypeError: can_partially_bind = False if not can_partially_bind: # Check if too many positional arguments were provided. if not command.has_var_pos_arg: pos_arg_types = ( inspect.Parameter.POSITIONAL_ONLY, inspect.Parameter.POSITIONAL_OR_KEYWORD, ) unbound_pos_args = [ param for name, param in command.signature.parameters.items() if param.kind in pos_arg_types and name not in merged_kwarg_dicts ] if len(pos_arg_values) > len(unbound_pos_args): unbound_values = pos_arg_values[len(unbound_pos_args):] raise TooManyPositionalArgumentsError(*unbound_values) # Something else went wrong. # XXX: should we be collecting more information here? raise UnknownArgumentBindingError( command.signature, pos_arg_values, merged_kwarg_dicts ) # If we got this far, then we could at least partially bind to the coroutine # signature. This means we are likely just missing some required arguments, # which we can now enumerate. missing_arguments = ( x for x in command.signature.parameters if x not in partially_bound_args.arguments.keys() ) if not missing_arguments: raise UnknownArgumentBindingError( command.signature, pos_arg_values, merged_kwarg_dicts ) raise MissingArgumentsError(*missing_arguments)
[docs] def get_suggestions( self, name_or_alias: str, max_suggestions: int = 3 ) -> Tuple[str, ...]: """Find the closest matching names/aliases to the specified string. Returns: A possibly-empty tuple of :class:`Command`s that most closely match the specified `name_or_alias` field. """ fuzz = FuzzyMatcher( name_or_alias, self._command_lookup_table.keys(), num_max_matches=max_suggestions ) return fuzz.matches
[docs] def keys( self ) -> Tuple[str, ...]: """Get a tuple of all registered command names and aliases.""" return tuple(self._command_lookup_table.keys())
@property def registered_commands( self ) -> Tuple[FrozenCommand, ...]: """The :py:class:`FrozenCommand` instances registered on this engine.""" return tuple(self._registered_commands) def __contains__( self, name_or_alias: str ) -> bool: """Whether a specified command name or alias is mapped.""" return name_or_alias in self._command_lookup_table.keys() def __len__( self ) -> int: """The number of total names/aliases mapped in this instance.""" return len(self._command_lookup_table.keys()) def __repr__( self ) -> str: return f'<{self.__class__.__qualname__} [{str(self)}]>' def __str__( self ) -> str: return ( f'{len(self)} names mapped to {len(self._registered_commands)} commands' )