Source code for taskflow.patterns.linear_flow

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from taskflow import flow
from taskflow.types import graph as gr

[docs] class Flow(flow.Flow): """Linear flow pattern. A linear (potentially nested) flow of *tasks/flows* that can be applied in order as one unit and rolled back as one unit using the reverse order that the *tasks/flows* have been applied in. """ _no_last_item = object() """Sentinel object used to denote no last item has been assigned. This is used to track no last item being added, since at creation there is no last item, but since the :meth:`.add` routine can take any object including none, we have to use a different object to be able to distinguish the lack of any last item... """ def __init__(self, name, retry=None): super(Flow, self).__init__(name, retry) self._graph = gr.OrderedDiGraph(name=name) self._last_item = self._no_last_item
[docs] def add(self, *items): """Adds a given task/tasks/flow/flows to this flow.""" for item in items: if not self._graph.has_node(item): self._graph.add_node(item) if self._last_item is not self._no_last_item: self._graph.add_edge(self._last_item, item, attr_dict={flow.LINK_INVARIANT: True}) self._last_item = item return self
def __len__(self): return len(self._graph) def __iter__(self): for item in self._graph.nodes: yield item @property def requires(self): requires = set() prior_provides = set() if self._retry is not None: requires.update(self._retry.requires) prior_provides.update(self._retry.provides) for item in self: requires.update(item.requires - prior_provides) prior_provides.update(item.provides) return frozenset(requires)
[docs] def iter_nodes(self): for (n, n_data) in self._graph.nodes(data=True): yield (n, n_data)