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author shellac
date Mon, 22 Mar 2021 18:12:50 +0000
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import inspect
import sys
from . import _tracing
from .callers import _Result
from .hooks import HookImpl, _HookRelay, _HookCaller, normalize_hookimpl_opts
import warnings

if sys.version_info >= (3, 8):
    from importlib import metadata as importlib_metadata
    import importlib_metadata

def _warn_for_function(warning, function):

class PluginValidationError(Exception):
    """ plugin failed validation.

    :param object plugin: the plugin which failed validation,
        may be a module or an arbitrary object.

    def __init__(self, plugin, message):
        self.plugin = plugin
        super(Exception, self).__init__(message)

class DistFacade(object):
    """Emulate a pkg_resources Distribution"""

    def __init__(self, dist):
        self._dist = dist

    def project_name(self):
        return self.metadata["name"]

    def __getattr__(self, attr, default=None):
        return getattr(self._dist, attr, default)

    def __dir__(self):
        return sorted(dir(self._dist) + ["_dist", "project_name"])

class PluginManager(object):
    """ Core :py:class:`.PluginManager` class which manages registration
    of plugin objects and 1:N hook calling.

    You can register new hooks by calling :py:meth:`add_hookspecs(module_or_class)
    You can register plugin objects (which contain hooks) by calling
    :py:meth:`register(plugin) <.PluginManager.register>`.  The :py:class:`.PluginManager`
    is initialized with a prefix that is searched for in the names of the dict
    of registered plugin objects.

    For debugging purposes you can call :py:meth:`.PluginManager.enable_tracing`
    which will subsequently send debug information to the trace helper.

    def __init__(self, project_name, implprefix=None):
        """If ``implprefix`` is given implementation functions
        will be recognized if their name matches the ``implprefix``. """
        self.project_name = project_name
        self._name2plugin = {}
        self._plugin2hookcallers = {}
        self._plugin_distinfo = []
        self.trace = _tracing.TagTracer().get("pluginmanage")
        self.hook = _HookRelay()
        if implprefix is not None:
                "Support for the `implprefix` arg is now deprecated and will "
                "be removed in an upcoming release. Please use HookimplMarker.",
        self._implprefix = implprefix
        self._inner_hookexec = lambda hook, methods, kwargs: hook.multicall(
            firstresult=hook.spec.opts.get("firstresult") if hook.spec else False,

    def _hookexec(self, hook, methods, kwargs):
        # called from all hookcaller instances.
        # enable_tracing will set its own wrapping function at self._inner_hookexec
        return self._inner_hookexec(hook, methods, kwargs)

    def register(self, plugin, name=None):
        """ Register a plugin and return its canonical name or ``None`` if the name
        is blocked from registering.  Raise a :py:class:`ValueError` if the plugin
        is already registered. """
        plugin_name = name or self.get_canonical_name(plugin)

        if plugin_name in self._name2plugin or plugin in self._plugin2hookcallers:
            if self._name2plugin.get(plugin_name, -1) is None:
                return  # blocked plugin, return None to indicate no registration
            raise ValueError(
                "Plugin already registered: %s=%s\n%s"
                % (plugin_name, plugin, self._name2plugin)

        # XXX if an error happens we should make sure no state has been
        # changed at point of return
        self._name2plugin[plugin_name] = plugin

        # register matching hook implementations of the plugin
        self._plugin2hookcallers[plugin] = hookcallers = []
        for name in dir(plugin):
            hookimpl_opts = self.parse_hookimpl_opts(plugin, name)
            if hookimpl_opts is not None:
                method = getattr(plugin, name)
                hookimpl = HookImpl(plugin, plugin_name, method, hookimpl_opts)
                hook = getattr(self.hook, name, None)
                if hook is None:
                    hook = _HookCaller(name, self._hookexec)
                    setattr(self.hook, name, hook)
                elif hook.has_spec():
                    self._verify_hook(hook, hookimpl)
        return plugin_name

    def parse_hookimpl_opts(self, plugin, name):
        method = getattr(plugin, name)
        if not inspect.isroutine(method):
            res = getattr(method, self.project_name + "_impl", None)
        except Exception:
            res = {}
        if res is not None and not isinstance(res, dict):
            # false positive
            res = None
        # TODO: remove when we drop implprefix in 1.0
        elif res is None and self._implprefix and name.startswith(self._implprefix):
                    "The `implprefix` system is deprecated please decorate "
                    "this function using an instance of HookimplMarker."
            res = {}
        return res

    def unregister(self, plugin=None, name=None):
        """ unregister a plugin object and all its contained hook implementations
        from internal data structures. """
        if name is None:
            assert plugin is not None, "one of name or plugin needs to be specified"
            name = self.get_name(plugin)

        if plugin is None:
            plugin = self.get_plugin(name)

        # if self._name2plugin[name] == None registration was blocked: ignore
        if self._name2plugin.get(name):
            del self._name2plugin[name]

        for hookcaller in self._plugin2hookcallers.pop(plugin, []):

        return plugin

    def set_blocked(self, name):
        """ block registrations of the given name, unregister if already registered. """
        self._name2plugin[name] = None

    def is_blocked(self, name):
        """ return ``True`` if the given plugin name is blocked. """
        return name in self._name2plugin and self._name2plugin[name] is None

    def add_hookspecs(self, module_or_class):
        """ add new hook specifications defined in the given ``module_or_class``.
        Functions are recognized if they have been decorated accordingly. """
        names = []
        for name in dir(module_or_class):
            spec_opts = self.parse_hookspec_opts(module_or_class, name)
            if spec_opts is not None:
                hc = getattr(self.hook, name, None)
                if hc is None:
                    hc = _HookCaller(name, self._hookexec, module_or_class, spec_opts)
                    setattr(self.hook, name, hc)
                    # plugins registered this hook without knowing the spec
                    hc.set_specification(module_or_class, spec_opts)
                    for hookfunction in hc.get_hookimpls():
                        self._verify_hook(hc, hookfunction)

        if not names:
            raise ValueError(
                "did not find any %r hooks in %r" % (self.project_name, module_or_class)

    def parse_hookspec_opts(self, module_or_class, name):
        method = getattr(module_or_class, name)
        return getattr(method, self.project_name + "_spec", None)

    def get_plugins(self):
        """ return the set of registered plugins. """
        return set(self._plugin2hookcallers)

    def is_registered(self, plugin):
        """ Return ``True`` if the plugin is already registered. """
        return plugin in self._plugin2hookcallers

    def get_canonical_name(self, plugin):
        """ Return canonical name for a plugin object. Note that a plugin
        may be registered under a different name which was specified
        by the caller of :py:meth:`register(plugin, name) <.PluginManager.register>`.
        To obtain the name of an registered plugin use :py:meth:`get_name(plugin)
        <.PluginManager.get_name>` instead."""
        return getattr(plugin, "__name__", None) or str(id(plugin))

    def get_plugin(self, name):
        """ Return a plugin or ``None`` for the given name. """
        return self._name2plugin.get(name)

    def has_plugin(self, name):
        """ Return ``True`` if a plugin with the given name is registered. """
        return self.get_plugin(name) is not None

    def get_name(self, plugin):
        """ Return name for registered plugin or ``None`` if not registered. """
        for name, val in self._name2plugin.items():
            if plugin == val:
                return name

    def _verify_hook(self, hook, hookimpl):
        if hook.is_historic() and hookimpl.hookwrapper:
            raise PluginValidationError(
                "Plugin %r\nhook %r\nhistoric incompatible to hookwrapper"
                % (hookimpl.plugin_name,,
        if hook.spec.warn_on_impl:
            _warn_for_function(hook.spec.warn_on_impl, hookimpl.function)
        # positional arg checking
        notinspec = set(hookimpl.argnames) - set(hook.spec.argnames)
        if notinspec:
            raise PluginValidationError(
                "Plugin %r for hook %r\nhookimpl definition: %s\n"
                "Argument(s) %s are declared in the hookimpl but "
                "can not be found in the hookspec"
                % (

    def check_pending(self):
        """ Verify that all hooks which have not been verified against
        a hook specification are optional, otherwise raise :py:class:`.PluginValidationError`."""
        for name in self.hook.__dict__:
            if name[0] != "_":
                hook = getattr(self.hook, name)
                if not hook.has_spec():
                    for hookimpl in hook.get_hookimpls():
                        if not hookimpl.optionalhook:
                            raise PluginValidationError(
                                "unknown hook %r in plugin %r"
                                % (name, hookimpl.plugin),

    def load_setuptools_entrypoints(self, group, name=None):
        """ Load modules from querying the specified setuptools ``group``.

        :param str group: entry point group to load plugins
        :param str name: if given, loads only plugins with the given ``name``.
        :rtype: int
        :return: return the number of loaded plugins by this call.
        count = 0
        for dist in importlib_metadata.distributions():
            for ep in dist.entry_points:
                if (
           != group
                    or (name is not None and != name)
                    # already registered
                    or self.get_plugin(
                    or self.is_blocked(
                plugin = ep.load()
                self._plugin_distinfo.append((plugin, DistFacade(dist)))
                count += 1
        return count

    def list_plugin_distinfo(self):
        """ return list of distinfo/plugin tuples for all setuptools registered
        plugins. """
        return list(self._plugin_distinfo)

    def list_name_plugin(self):
        """ return list of name/plugin pairs. """
        return list(self._name2plugin.items())

    def get_hookcallers(self, plugin):
        """ get all hook callers for the specified plugin. """
        return self._plugin2hookcallers.get(plugin)

    def add_hookcall_monitoring(self, before, after):
        """ add before/after tracing functions for all hooks
        and return an undo function which, when called,
        will remove the added tracers.

        ``before(hook_name, hook_impls, kwargs)`` will be called ahead
        of all hook calls and receive a hookcaller instance, a list
        of HookImpl instances and the keyword arguments for the hook call.

        ``after(outcome, hook_name, hook_impls, kwargs)`` receives the
        same arguments as ``before`` but also a :py:class:`pluggy.callers._Result` object
        which represents the result of the overall hook call.
        oldcall = self._inner_hookexec

        def traced_hookexec(hook, hook_impls, kwargs):
            before(, hook_impls, kwargs)
            outcome = _Result.from_call(lambda: oldcall(hook, hook_impls, kwargs))
            after(outcome,, hook_impls, kwargs)
            return outcome.get_result()

        self._inner_hookexec = traced_hookexec

        def undo():
            self._inner_hookexec = oldcall

        return undo

    def enable_tracing(self):
        """ enable tracing of hook calls and return an undo function. """
        hooktrace = self.trace.root.get("hook")

        def before(hook_name, methods, kwargs):
            hooktrace.root.indent += 1
            hooktrace(hook_name, kwargs)

        def after(outcome, hook_name, methods, kwargs):
            if outcome.excinfo is None:
                hooktrace("finish", hook_name, "-->", outcome.get_result())
            hooktrace.root.indent -= 1

        return self.add_hookcall_monitoring(before, after)

    def subset_hook_caller(self, name, remove_plugins):
        """ Return a new :py:class:`.hooks._HookCaller` instance for the named method
        which manages calls to all registered plugins except the
        ones from remove_plugins. """
        orig = getattr(self.hook, name)
        plugins_to_remove = [plug for plug in remove_plugins if hasattr(plug, name)]
        if plugins_to_remove:
            hc = _HookCaller(
      , orig._hookexec, orig.spec.namespace, orig.spec.opts
            for hookimpl in orig.get_hookimpls():
                plugin = hookimpl.plugin
                if plugin not in plugins_to_remove:
                    # we also keep track of this hook caller so it
                    # gets properly removed on plugin unregistration
                    self._plugin2hookcallers.setdefault(plugin, []).append(hc)
            return hc
        return orig

if hasattr(inspect, "signature"):

    def _formatdef(func):
        return "%s%s" % (func.__name__, str(inspect.signature(func)))


    def _formatdef(func):
        return "%s%s" % (