the __future__ is now.
the __future__ is now.

File last commit:

r22963:2961b531
r22963:2961b531
Show More
completerlib.py
348 lines | 11.4 KiB | text/x-python | PythonLexer
# encoding: utf-8
"""Implementations for various useful completers.
These are all loaded by default by IPython.
"""
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Copyright (C) 2010-2011 The IPython Development Team.
#
# Distributed under the terms of the BSD License.
#
# The full license is in the file COPYING.txt, distributed with this software.
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Imports
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Stdlib imports
import glob
import inspect
import os
import re
import sys
from importlib import import_module
try:
# Python >= 3.3
from importlib.machinery import all_suffixes
_suffixes = all_suffixes()
except ImportError:
from imp import get_suffixes
_suffixes = [ s[0] for s in get_suffixes() ]
# Third-party imports
from time import time
from zipimport import zipimporter
# Our own imports
from IPython.core.completer import expand_user, compress_user
from IPython.core.error import TryNext
from IPython.utils._process_common import arg_split
from IPython.utils.py3compat import string_types
# FIXME: this should be pulled in with the right call via the component system
from IPython import get_ipython
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Globals and constants
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Time in seconds after which the rootmodules will be stored permanently in the
# ipython ip.db database (kept in the user's .ipython dir).
TIMEOUT_STORAGE = 2
# Time in seconds after which we give up
TIMEOUT_GIVEUP = 20
# Regular expression for the python import statement
import_re = re.compile(r'(?P<name>[a-zA-Z_][a-zA-Z0-9_]*?)'
r'(?P<package>[/\\]__init__)?'
r'(?P<suffix>%s)$' %
r'|'.join(re.escape(s) for s in _suffixes))
# RE for the ipython %run command (python + ipython scripts)
magic_run_re = re.compile(r'.*(\.ipy|\.ipynb|\.py[w]?)$')
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Local utilities
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
def module_list(path):
"""
Return the list containing the names of the modules available in the given
folder.
"""
# sys.path has the cwd as an empty string, but isdir/listdir need it as '.'
if path == '':
path = '.'
# A few local constants to be used in loops below
pjoin = os.path.join
if os.path.isdir(path):
# Build a list of all files in the directory and all files
# in its subdirectories. For performance reasons, do not
# recurse more than one level into subdirectories.
files = []
for root, dirs, nondirs in os.walk(path, followlinks=True):
subdir = root[len(path)+1:]
if subdir:
files.extend(pjoin(subdir, f) for f in nondirs)
dirs[:] = [] # Do not recurse into additional subdirectories.
else:
files.extend(nondirs)
else:
try:
files = list(zipimporter(path)._files.keys())
except:
files = []
# Build a list of modules which match the import_re regex.
modules = []
for f in files:
m = import_re.match(f)
if m:
modules.append(m.group('name'))
return list(set(modules))
def get_root_modules():
"""
Returns a list containing the names of all the modules available in the
folders of the pythonpath.
ip.db['rootmodules_cache'] maps sys.path entries to list of modules.
"""
ip = get_ipython()
rootmodules_cache = ip.db.get('rootmodules_cache', {})
rootmodules = list(sys.builtin_module_names)
start_time = time()
store = False
for path in sys.path:
try:
modules = rootmodules_cache[path]
except KeyError:
modules = module_list(path)
try:
modules.remove('__init__')
except ValueError:
pass
if path not in ('', '.'): # cwd modules should not be cached
rootmodules_cache[path] = modules
if time() - start_time > TIMEOUT_STORAGE and not store:
store = True
print("\nCaching the list of root modules, please wait!")
print("(This will only be done once - type '%rehashx' to "
"reset cache!)\n")
sys.stdout.flush()
if time() - start_time > TIMEOUT_GIVEUP:
print("This is taking too long, we give up.\n")
return []
rootmodules.extend(modules)
if store:
ip.db['rootmodules_cache'] = rootmodules_cache
rootmodules = list(set(rootmodules))
return rootmodules
def is_importable(module, attr, only_modules):
if only_modules:
return inspect.ismodule(getattr(module, attr))
else:
return not(attr[:2] == '__' and attr[-2:] == '__')
def try_import(mod, only_modules=False):
try:
m = import_module(mod)
except:
return []
m_is_init = hasattr(m, '__file__') and '__init__' in m.__file__
completions = []
if (not hasattr(m, '__file__')) or (not only_modules) or m_is_init:
completions.extend( [attr for attr in dir(m) if
is_importable(m, attr, only_modules)])
completions.extend(getattr(m, '__all__', []))
if m_is_init:
completions.extend(module_list(os.path.dirname(m.__file__)))
completions = {c for c in completions if isinstance(c, string_types)}
completions.discard('__init__')
return list(completions)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Completion-related functions.
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
def quick_completer(cmd, completions):
""" Easily create a trivial completer for a command.
Takes either a list of completions, or all completions in string (that will
be split on whitespace).
Example::
[d:\ipython]|1> import ipy_completers
[d:\ipython]|2> ipy_completers.quick_completer('foo', ['bar','baz'])
[d:\ipython]|3> foo b<TAB>
bar baz
[d:\ipython]|3> foo ba
"""
if isinstance(completions, string_types):
completions = completions.split()
def do_complete(self, event):
return completions
get_ipython().set_hook('complete_command',do_complete, str_key = cmd)
def module_completion(line):
"""
Returns a list containing the completion possibilities for an import line.
The line looks like this :
'import xml.d'
'from xml.dom import'
"""
words = line.split(' ')
nwords = len(words)
# from whatever <tab> -> 'import '
if nwords == 3 and words[0] == 'from':
return ['import ']
# 'from xy<tab>' or 'import xy<tab>'
if nwords < 3 and (words[0] in {'%aimport', 'import', 'from'}) :
if nwords == 1:
return get_root_modules()
mod = words[1].split('.')
if len(mod) < 2:
return get_root_modules()
completion_list = try_import('.'.join(mod[:-1]), True)
return ['.'.join(mod[:-1] + [el]) for el in completion_list]
# 'from xyz import abc<tab>'
if nwords >= 3 and words[0] == 'from':
mod = words[1]
return try_import(mod)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Completers
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# These all have the func(self, event) signature to be used as custom
# completers
def module_completer(self,event):
"""Give completions after user has typed 'import ...' or 'from ...'"""
# This works in all versions of python. While 2.5 has
# pkgutil.walk_packages(), that particular routine is fairly dangerous,
# since it imports *EVERYTHING* on sys.path. That is: a) very slow b) full
# of possibly problematic side effects.
# This search the folders in the sys.path for available modules.
return module_completion(event.line)
# FIXME: there's a lot of logic common to the run, cd and builtin file
# completers, that is currently reimplemented in each.
def magic_run_completer(self, event):
"""Complete files that end in .py or .ipy or .ipynb for the %run command.
"""
comps = arg_split(event.line, strict=False)
# relpath should be the current token that we need to complete.
if (len(comps) > 1) and (not event.line.endswith(' ')):
relpath = comps[-1].strip("'\"")
else:
relpath = ''
#print("\nev=", event) # dbg
#print("rp=", relpath) # dbg
#print('comps=', comps) # dbg
lglob = glob.glob
isdir = os.path.isdir
relpath, tilde_expand, tilde_val = expand_user(relpath)
# Find if the user has already typed the first filename, after which we
# should complete on all files, since after the first one other files may
# be arguments to the input script.
if any(magic_run_re.match(c) for c in comps):
matches = [f.replace('\\','/') + ('/' if isdir(f) else '')
for f in lglob(relpath+'*')]
else:
dirs = [f.replace('\\','/') + "/" for f in lglob(relpath+'*') if isdir(f)]
pys = [f.replace('\\','/')
for f in lglob(relpath+'*.py') + lglob(relpath+'*.ipy') +
lglob(relpath+'*.ipynb') + lglob(relpath + '*.pyw')]
matches = dirs + pys
#print('run comp:', dirs+pys) # dbg
return [compress_user(p, tilde_expand, tilde_val) for p in matches]
def cd_completer(self, event):
"""Completer function for cd, which only returns directories."""
ip = get_ipython()
relpath = event.symbol
#print(event) # dbg
if event.line.endswith('-b') or ' -b ' in event.line:
# return only bookmark completions
bkms = self.db.get('bookmarks', None)
if bkms:
return bkms.keys()
else:
return []
if event.symbol == '-':
width_dh = str(len(str(len(ip.user_ns['_dh']) + 1)))
# jump in directory history by number
fmt = '-%0' + width_dh +'d [%s]'
ents = [ fmt % (i,s) for i,s in enumerate(ip.user_ns['_dh'])]
if len(ents) > 1:
return ents
return []
if event.symbol.startswith('--'):
return ["--" + os.path.basename(d) for d in ip.user_ns['_dh']]
# Expand ~ in path and normalize directory separators.
relpath, tilde_expand, tilde_val = expand_user(relpath)
relpath = relpath.replace('\\','/')
found = []
for d in [f.replace('\\','/') + '/' for f in glob.glob(relpath+'*')
if os.path.isdir(f)]:
if ' ' in d:
# we don't want to deal with any of that, complex code
# for this is elsewhere
raise TryNext
found.append(d)
if not found:
if os.path.isdir(relpath):
return [compress_user(relpath, tilde_expand, tilde_val)]
# if no completions so far, try bookmarks
bks = self.db.get('bookmarks',{})
bkmatches = [s for s in bks if s.startswith(event.symbol)]
if bkmatches:
return bkmatches
raise TryNext
return [compress_user(p, tilde_expand, tilde_val) for p in found]
def reset_completer(self, event):
"A completer for %reset magic"
return '-f -s in out array dhist'.split()