Source code for gevent._fileobjectcommon

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, division

    from errno import EBADF
except ImportError:
    EBADF = 9

import os
from io import TextIOWrapper
import functools
import sys

from gevent.hub import _get_hub_noargs as get_hub
from gevent._compat import integer_types
from gevent._compat import reraise
from gevent.lock import Semaphore, DummySemaphore

class cancel_wait_ex(IOError):

    def __init__(self):
        super(cancel_wait_ex, self).__init__(
            EBADF, 'File descriptor was closed in another greenlet')

class FileObjectClosed(IOError):

    def __init__(self):
        super(FileObjectClosed, self).__init__(
            EBADF, 'Bad file descriptor (FileObject was closed)')

class FileObjectBase(object):
    Internal base class to ensure a level of consistency
    between FileObjectPosix and FileObjectThread

    # List of methods we delegate to the wrapping IO object, if they
    # implement them and we do not.
    _delegate_methods = (
        # General methods

        # Read

        # Write

    # Whether we are translating universal newlines or not.
    _translate = False

    _translate_encoding = None
    _translate_errors = None

    def __init__(self, io, closefd):
        :param io: An io.IOBase-like object.
        self._io = io
        # We don't actually use this property ourself, but we save it (and
        # pass it along) for compatibility.
        self._close = closefd

        if self._translate:
            # This automatically handles delegation by assigning to
            self.translate_newlines(None, self._translate_encoding, self._translate_errors)

    io = property(lambda s: s._io,
                  # Historically we either hand-wrote all the delegation methods
                  # to use, or we simply used __getattr__ to look them up at
                  # runtime. This meant people could change the io attribute on the fly
                  # and it would mostly work ( used to do that). We don't recommend
                  # that, but we still support it.
                  lambda s, nv: setattr(s, '_io', nv) or s._do_delegate_methods())

    def _do_delegate_methods(self):
        for meth_name in self._delegate_methods:
            meth = getattr(self._io, meth_name, None)
            implemented_by_class = hasattr(type(self), meth_name)
            if meth and not implemented_by_class:
                setattr(self, meth_name, self._wrap_method(meth))
            elif hasattr(self, meth_name) and not implemented_by_class:
                delattr(self, meth_name)

    def _wrap_method(self, method):
        Wrap a method we're copying into our dictionary from the underlying
        io object to do something special or different, if necessary.
        return method

    def translate_newlines(self, mode, *text_args, **text_kwargs):
        wrapper = TextIOWrapper(self._io, *text_args, **text_kwargs)
        if mode:
            wrapper.mode = mode = wrapper
        self._translate = True

    def closed(self):
        """True if the file is closed"""
        return self._io is None

    def close(self):
        if self._io is None:

        io = self._io
        self._io = None
        self._do_close(io, self._close)

    def _do_close(self, fobj, closefd):
        raise NotImplementedError()

    def __getattr__(self, name):
        if self._io is None:
            raise FileObjectClosed()
        return getattr(self._io, name)

    def __repr__(self):
        return '<%s _fobj=%r%s>' % (self.__class__.__name__,, self._extra_repr())

    def _extra_repr(self):
        return ''

    def __enter__(self):
        return self

    def __exit__(self, *args):

[docs]class FileObjectBlock(FileObjectBase): def __init__(self, fobj, *args, **kwargs): closefd = kwargs.pop('close', True) if kwargs: raise TypeError('Unexpected arguments: %r' % kwargs.keys()) if isinstance(fobj, integer_types): if not closefd: # we cannot do this, since fdopen object will close the descriptor raise TypeError('FileObjectBlock does not support close=False on an fd.') fobj = os.fdopen(fobj, *args) super(FileObjectBlock, self).__init__(fobj, closefd) def _do_close(self, fobj, closefd): fobj.close()
[docs]class FileObjectThread(FileObjectBase): """ A file-like object wrapping another file-like object, performing all blocking operations on that object in a background thread. .. caution:: Attempting to change the threadpool or lock of an existing FileObjectThread has undefined consequences. .. versionchanged:: 1.1b1 The file object is closed using the threadpool. Note that whether or not this action is synchronous or asynchronous is not documented. """ def __init__(self, fobj, mode=None, bufsize=-1, close=True, threadpool=None, lock=True): """ :param fobj: The underlying file-like object to wrap, or an integer fileno that will be pass to :func:`os.fdopen` along with *mode* and *bufsize*. :keyword bool lock: If True (the default) then all operations will be performed one-by-one. Note that this does not guarantee that, if using this file object from multiple threads/greenlets, operations will be performed in any particular order, only that no two operations will be attempted at the same time. You can also pass your own :class:`gevent.lock.Semaphore` to synchronize file operations with an external resource. :keyword bool close: If True (the default) then when this object is closed, the underlying object is closed as well. """ closefd = close self.threadpool = threadpool or get_hub().threadpool self.lock = lock if self.lock is True: self.lock = Semaphore() elif not self.lock: self.lock = DummySemaphore() if not hasattr(self.lock, '__enter__'): raise TypeError('Expected a Semaphore or boolean, got %r' % type(self.lock)) if isinstance(fobj, integer_types): if not closefd: # we cannot do this, since fdopen object will close the descriptor raise TypeError('FileObjectThread does not support close=False on an fd.') if mode is None: assert bufsize == -1, "If you use the default mode, you can't choose a bufsize" fobj = os.fdopen(fobj) else: fobj = os.fdopen(fobj, mode, bufsize) self.__io_holder = [fobj] # signal for _wrap_method super(FileObjectThread, self).__init__(fobj, closefd) def _do_close(self, fobj, closefd): self.__io_holder[0] = None # for _wrap_method try: with self.lock: self.threadpool.apply(fobj.flush) finally: if closefd: # Note that we're not taking the lock; older code # did fobj.close() without going through the threadpool at all, # so acquiring the lock could potentially introduce deadlocks # that weren't present before. Avoiding the lock doesn't make # the existing race condition any worse. # We wrap the close in an exception handler and re-raise directly # to avoid the (common, expected) IOError from being logged by the pool def close(_fobj=fobj): try: _fobj.close() except: # pylint:disable=bare-except return sys.exc_info() finally: _fobj = None del fobj exc_info = self.threadpool.apply(close) del close if exc_info: reraise(*exc_info) def _do_delegate_methods(self): super(FileObjectThread, self)._do_delegate_methods() if not hasattr(self, 'read1') and 'r' in getattr(self._io, 'mode', ''): self.read1 = self.__io_holder[0] = self._io def _extra_repr(self): return ' threadpool=%r' % (self.threadpool,) def __iter__(self): return self def next(self): line = self.readline() if line: return line raise StopIteration __next__ = next def _wrap_method(self, method): # NOTE: We are careful to avoid introducing a refcycle # within self. Our wrapper cannot refer to self. io_holder = self.__io_holder lock = self.lock threadpool = self.threadpool @functools.wraps(method) def thread_method(*args, **kwargs): if io_holder[0] is None: # This is different than FileObjectPosix, etc, # because we want to save the expensive trip through # the threadpool. raise FileObjectClosed() with lock: return threadpool.apply(method, args, kwargs) return thread_method