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# encoding: utf-8
"""A class for managing IPython extensions."""
# Copyright (c) IPython Development Team.
# Distributed under the terms of the Modified BSD License.
import os
import os.path
import sys
from importlib import import_module, reload
from traitlets.config.configurable import Configurable
from IPython.utils.path import ensure_dir_exists, compress_user
from IPython.utils.decorators import undoc
from traitlets import Instance
# Main class
BUILTINS_EXTS = {"storemagic": False, "autoreload": False}
class ExtensionManager(Configurable):
"""A class to manage IPython extensions.
An IPython extension is an importable Python module that has
a function with the signature::
def load_ipython_extension(ipython):
# Do things with ipython
This function is called after your extension is imported and the
currently active :class:`InteractiveShell` instance is passed as
the only argument. You can do anything you want with IPython at
that point, including defining new magic and aliases, adding new
components, etc.
You can also optionally define an :func:`unload_ipython_extension(ipython)`
function, which will be called if the user unloads or reloads the extension.
The extension manager will only call :func:`load_ipython_extension` again
if the extension is reloaded.
You can put your extension modules anywhere you want, as long as
they can be imported by Python's standard import mechanism. However,
to make it easy to write extensions, you can also put your extensions
in ``os.path.join(self.ipython_dir, 'extensions')``. This directory
is added to ``sys.path`` automatically.
shell = Instance('IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShellABC', allow_none=True)
def __init__(self, shell=None, **kwargs):
super(ExtensionManager, self).__init__(shell=shell, **kwargs)
self._on_ipython_dir_changed, names=('ipython_dir',)
self.loaded = set()
def ipython_extension_dir(self):
return os.path.join(self.shell.ipython_dir, u'extensions')
def _on_ipython_dir_changed(self, change):
def load_extension(self, module_str: str):
"""Load an IPython extension by its module name.
Returns the string "already loaded" if the extension is already loaded,
"no load function" if the module doesn't have a load_ipython_extension
function, or None if it succeeded.
return self._load_extension(module_str)
except ModuleNotFoundError:
if module_str in BUILTINS_EXTS:
BUILTINS_EXTS[module_str] = True
return self._load_extension("IPython.extensions." + module_str)
def _load_extension(self, module_str: str):
if module_str in self.loaded:
return "already loaded"
from IPython.utils.syspathcontext import prepended_to_syspath
with self.shell.builtin_trap:
if module_str not in sys.modules:
with prepended_to_syspath(self.ipython_extension_dir):
mod = import_module(module_str)
if mod.__file__.startswith(self.ipython_extension_dir):
print(("Loading extensions from {dir} is deprecated. "
"We recommend managing extensions like any "
"other Python packages, in site-packages.").format(
mod = sys.modules[module_str]
if self._call_load_ipython_extension(mod):
return "no load function"
def unload_extension(self, module_str: str):
"""Unload an IPython extension by its module name.
This function looks up the extension's name in ``sys.modules`` and
simply calls ``mod.unload_ipython_extension(self)``.
Returns the string "no unload function" if the extension doesn't define
a function to unload itself, "not loaded" if the extension isn't loaded,
otherwise None.
if BUILTINS_EXTS.get(module_str, False) is True:
module_str = "IPython.extensions." + module_str
if module_str not in self.loaded:
return "not loaded"
if module_str in sys.modules:
mod = sys.modules[module_str]
if self._call_unload_ipython_extension(mod):
return "no unload function"
def reload_extension(self, module_str: str):
"""Reload an IPython extension by calling reload.
If the module has not been loaded before,
:meth:`InteractiveShell.load_extension` is called. Otherwise
:func:`reload` is called and then the :func:`load_ipython_extension`
function of the module, if it exists is called.
from IPython.utils.syspathcontext import prepended_to_syspath
if BUILTINS_EXTS.get(module_str, False) is True:
module_str = "IPython.extensions." + module_str
if (module_str in self.loaded) and (module_str in sys.modules):
mod = sys.modules[module_str]
with prepended_to_syspath(self.ipython_extension_dir):
if self._call_load_ipython_extension(mod):
def _call_load_ipython_extension(self, mod):
if hasattr(mod, 'load_ipython_extension'):
return True
def _call_unload_ipython_extension(self, mod):
if hasattr(mod, 'unload_ipython_extension'):
return True
def install_extension(self, url, filename=None):
# Ensure the extension directory exists
raise DeprecationWarning(
'`install_extension` and the `install_ext` magic have been deprecated since IPython 4.0'
'Use pip or other package managers to manage ipython extensions.')