Source code for pyretis.core.common

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (c) 2019, PyRETIS Development Team.
# Distributed under the LGPLv2.1+ License. See LICENSE for more info.
"""Definition of some common methods that might be useful.

Important methods defined here

inspect_function (:py:func:`.inspect_function`)
    A method to obtain information about arguments, keyword arguments
    for functions.

initiate_instance (:py:func:`.initiate_instance`)
    Method to initiate a class with optional arguments.

generic_factory (:py:func:`.generic_factory`)
    Create instances of classes based on settings.
import logging
import inspect
from pyretis.core.path import Path, PathExt
from pyretis.core.reservoirpath import ReservoirPath

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)  # pylint: disable=C0103

__all__ = ['inspect_function', 'initiate_instance', 'generic_factory']

def _arg_kind(arg):
    """Determine kind for a given argument.

    This method will help :py:func:`.inspect_function` to determine
    the correct kind for arguments.

    arg : object like :py:class:`inspect.Parameter`.
        The argument we will determine the type of.

    out : string
        A string we use for determine the kind.

    kind = None
    if arg.kind == arg.POSITIONAL_OR_KEYWORD:
        if arg.default is arg.empty:
            kind = 'args'
            kind = 'kwargs'
    elif arg.kind == arg.POSITIONAL_ONLY:
        kind = 'args'
    elif arg.kind == arg.VAR_POSITIONAL:
        kind = 'varargs'
    elif arg.kind == arg.VAR_KEYWORD:
        kind = 'keywords'
    elif arg.kind == arg.KEYWORD_ONLY:
        # we treat these as keyword arguments:
        kind = 'kwargs'
    return kind

[docs]def inspect_function(function): """Return arguments/kwargs of a given function. This method is intended for usage where we are checking that we can call certain function. This method will return arguments and keyword arguments a function expects. This method may be fragile - we assume here that we are not really interested in args and kwargs and we do not look for more information about these here. Parameters ---------- function : callable The function to analyse. Returns ------- out : dict A dict with the arguments, the following keys are defined: * `args` : list of the positional arguments * `kwargs` : list of keyword arguments * `varargs` : list of arguments * `keywords` : list of keyword arguments """ out = {'args': [], 'kwargs': [], 'varargs': [], 'keywords': []} arguments = inspect.signature(function) # pylint: disable=no-member for arg in arguments.parameters.values(): kind = _arg_kind(arg) if kind is not None: out[kind].append( else: # pragma: no cover logger.critical('Unknown variable kind "%s" for "%s"', arg.kind, return out
def _pick_out_arg_kwargs(klass, settings): """Pick out arguments for a class from settings. Parameters ---------- klass : class The class to initiate. settings : dict Positional and keyword arguments to pass to `klass.__init__()`. Returns ------- out[0] : list A list of the positional arguments. out[1] : dict The keyword arguments. """ info = inspect_function(klass.__init__) used, args, kwargs = set(), [], {} for arg in info['args']: if arg == 'self': continue try: args.append(settings[arg]) used.add(arg) except KeyError: msg = 'Required argument "{}" for "{}" not found!'.format(arg, klass) raise ValueError(msg) for arg in info['kwargs']: if arg == 'self': continue if arg in settings: kwargs[arg] = settings[arg] return args, kwargs
[docs]def initiate_instance(klass, settings): """Initialise a class with optional arguments. Parameters ---------- klass : class The class to initiate. settings : dict Positional and keyword arguments to pass to `klass.__init__()`. Returns ------- out : instance of `klass` Here, we just return the initiated instance of the given class. """ args, kwargs = _pick_out_arg_kwargs(klass, settings) # Ready to initiate! msg = 'Initiated "%s" from "%s" %s' name = klass.__name__ mod = klass.__module__ if not args: if not kwargs: logger.debug(msg, name, mod, 'without arguments.') return klass() logger.debug(msg, name, mod, 'with keyword arguments.') return klass(**kwargs) if not kwargs: logger.debug(msg, name, mod, 'with positional arguments.') return klass(*args) logger.debug(msg, name, mod, 'with positional and keyword arguments.') return klass(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]def generic_factory(settings, object_map, name='generic'): """Create instances of classes based on settings. This method is intended as a semi-generic factory for creating instances of different objects based on simulation input settings. The input settings defines what classes should be created and the object_map defines a mapping between settings and the class. Parameters ---------- settings : dict This defines how we set up and select the order parameter. object_map : dict Definitions on how to initiate the different classes. name : string Short name for the object type. Only used for error messages. Returns ------- out : instance of a class The created object, in case we were successful. Otherwise we return none. """ try: klass = settings['class'].lower() except KeyError: msg = 'No class given for %s -- could not create object!' logger.critical(msg, name) return None if klass not in object_map: logger.critical('Could not create unknown class "%s" for %s', settings['class'], name) return None cls = object_map[klass]['cls'] return initiate_instance(cls, settings)
def get_path_class(ensemble_type): """Return the path class to work with an integrator. Parameters ---------- ensemble_type : string The type of ensemble we are requesting. Returns ------- out : object like :py:class:`.PathBase` A path we can fill :-) """ path_map = {'internal': Path, 'external': PathExt, 'reservoir': ReservoirPath} try: klass = path_map[ensemble_type] return klass except KeyError: msg = 'Unknown ensemble type "{}" requested.'.format(ensemble_type) logger.critical(msg) raise ValueError(msg)