Source code for yt.exthook

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    Redirect imports for extensions.  This module basically makes it possible
    for us to transition from to yt_foo without having to
    force all extensions to upgrade at the same time.

    When a user does ``from import bar`` it will attempt to
    import ``from yt_foo import bar`` first and when that fails it will
    try to import ``from import bar``.

    We're switching from namespace packages because it was just too painful for
    everybody involved.

    This is used by `yt.extensions`.

    :copyright: (c) 2015 by Armin Ronacher.
    :license: BSD, see LICENSE for more details.
# This source code was originally in flask/
import sys
import os
from .extern.six import reraise

[docs]class ExtensionImporter(object): """This importer redirects imports from this submodule to other locations. This makes it possible to transition from the old to the newer flask_name without people having a hard time. """ def __init__(self, module_choices, wrapper_module): self.module_choices = module_choices self.wrapper_module = wrapper_module self.prefix = wrapper_module + '.' self.prefix_cutoff = wrapper_module.count('.') + 1 def __eq__(self, other): return self.__class__.__module__ == other.__class__.__module__ and \ self.__class__.__name__ == other.__class__.__name__ and \ self.wrapper_module == other.wrapper_module and \ self.module_choices == other.module_choices def __ne__(self, other): return not self.__eq__(other)
[docs] def install(self): sys.meta_path[:] = [x for x in sys.meta_path if self != x] + [self]
[docs] def find_module(self, fullname, path=None): if fullname.startswith(self.prefix): return self
[docs] def load_module(self, fullname): if fullname in sys.modules: return sys.modules[fullname] modname = fullname.split('.', self.prefix_cutoff)[self.prefix_cutoff] for path in self.module_choices: realname = path % modname try: __import__(realname) except ImportError: exc_type, exc_value, tb = sys.exc_info() # since we only establish the entry in sys.modules at the # very this seems to be redundant, but if recursive imports # happen we will call into the move import a second time. # On the second invocation we still don't have an entry for # fullname in sys.modules, but we will end up with the same # fake module name and that import will succeed since this # one already has a temporary entry in the modules dict. # Since this one "succeeded" temporarily that second # invocation now will have created a fullname entry in # sys.modules which we have to kill. sys.modules.pop(fullname, None) # If it's an important traceback we reraise it, otherwise # we swallow it and try the next choice. The skipped frame # is the one from __import__ above which we don't care about if self.is_important_traceback(realname, tb): reraise(exc_type, exc_value, tb.tb_next) continue module = sys.modules[fullname] = sys.modules[realname] if '.' not in modname: setattr(sys.modules[self.wrapper_module], modname, module) return module raise ImportError('No module named %s' % fullname)
[docs] def is_important_traceback(self, important_module, tb): """Walks a traceback's frames and checks if any of the frames originated in the given important module. If that is the case then we were able to import the module itself but apparently something went wrong when the module was imported. (Eg: import of an import failed). """ while tb is not None: if self.is_important_frame(important_module, tb): return True tb = tb.tb_next return False
[docs] def is_important_frame(self, important_module, tb): """Checks a single frame if it's important.""" g = tb.tb_frame.f_globals if '__name__' not in g: return False module_name = g['__name__'] # Python 2.7 Behavior. Modules are cleaned up late so the # name shows up properly here. Success! if module_name == important_module: return True # Some python versions will clean up modules so early that the # module name at that point is no longer set. Try guessing from # the filename then. filename = os.path.abspath(tb.tb_frame.f_code.co_filename) test_string = os.path.sep + important_module.replace('.', os.path.sep) return test_string + '.py' in filename or \ test_string + os.path.sep + '' in filename