Source code for ironic.api.functions

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import functools
import inspect
import logging

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs] def iswsmefunction(f): return hasattr(f, '_wsme_definition')
[docs] def wrapfunc(f): @functools.wraps(f) def wrapper(*args, **kwargs): return f(*args, **kwargs) wrapper._wsme_original_func = f return wrapper
[docs] def getargspec(f): f = getattr(f, '_wsme_original_func', f) func_argspec = inspect.getfullargspec(f) return func_argspec[0:4]
[docs] class FunctionArgument(object): """An argument definition of an api entry""" def __init__(self, name, datatype, mandatory, default): #: argument name = name #: Data type self.datatype = datatype #: True if the argument is mandatory self.mandatory = mandatory #: Default value if argument is omitted self.default = default
[docs] def resolve_type(self, registry): self.datatype = registry.resolve_type(self.datatype)
[docs] class FunctionDefinition(object): """An api entry definition""" def __init__(self, func): #: Function name = func.__name__ #: Function documentation self.doc = func.__doc__ #: Return type self.return_type = None #: The function arguments (list of :class:`FunctionArgument`) self.arguments = [] #: If the body carry the data of a single argument, its type self.body_type = None #: Status code self.status_code = 200 #: True if extra arguments should be ignored, NOT inserted in #: the kwargs of the function and not raise UnknownArgument #: exceptions self.ignore_extra_args = False #: Dictionary of protocol-specific options. self.extra_options = None
[docs] @staticmethod def get(func): """Returns the :class:`FunctionDefinition` of a method.""" if not hasattr(func, '_wsme_definition'): fd = FunctionDefinition(func) func._wsme_definition = fd return func._wsme_definition
[docs] def get_arg(self, name): """Returns a :class:`FunctionArgument` from its name""" for arg in self.arguments: if == name: return arg return None
[docs] def resolve_types(self, registry): self.return_type = registry.resolve_type(self.return_type) self.body_type = registry.resolve_type(self.body_type) for arg in self.arguments: arg.resolve_type(registry)
[docs] def set_options(self, body=None, ignore_extra_args=False, status_code=200, rest_content_types=('json', 'xml'), **extra_options): self.body_type = body self.status_code = status_code self.ignore_extra_args = ignore_extra_args self.rest_content_types = rest_content_types self.extra_options = extra_options
[docs] def set_arg_types(self, argspec, arg_types): args, varargs, keywords, defaults = argspec if args[0] == 'self': args = args[1:] arg_types = list(arg_types) if self.body_type is not None: arg_types.append(self.body_type) for i, argname in enumerate(args): datatype = arg_types[i] mandatory = defaults is None or i < (len(args) - len(defaults)) default = None if not mandatory: default = defaults[i - (len(args) - len(defaults))] self.arguments.append(FunctionArgument(argname, datatype, mandatory, default))
[docs] class signature(object): """Decorator that specify the argument types of an exposed function. :param return_type: Type of the value returned by the function :param argN: Type of the Nth argument :param body: If the function takes a final argument that is supposed to be the request body by itself, its type. :param status_code: HTTP return status code of the function. :param ignore_extra_args: Allow extra/unknown arguments (default to False) Most of the time this decorator is not supposed to be used directly, unless you are not using WSME on top of another framework. If an adapter is used, it will provide either a specialised version of this decororator, either a new decorator named @wsexpose that takes the same parameters (it will in addition expose the function, hence its name). """ def __init__(self, *types, **options): self.return_type = types[0] if types else None self.arg_types = [] if len(types) > 1: self.arg_types.extend(types[1:]) if 'body' in options: self.arg_types.append(options['body']) self.wrap = options.pop('wrap', False) self.options = options def __call__(self, func): argspec = getargspec(func) if self.wrap: func = wrapfunc(func) fd = FunctionDefinition.get(func) if fd.extra_options is not None: raise ValueError("This function is already exposed") fd.return_type = self.return_type fd.set_options(**self.options) if self.arg_types: fd.set_arg_types(argspec, self.arg_types) return func
sig = signature