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# encoding: utf-8
"""Magic functions for InteractiveShell.
"""
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Copyright (C) 2001 Janko Hauser <jhauser@zscout.de> and
# Copyright (C) 2001 Fernando Perez <fperez@colorado.edu>
# Copyright (C) 2008 The IPython Development Team
# Distributed under the terms of the BSD License. The full license is in
# the file COPYING, distributed as part of this software.
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Imports
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Stdlib
import os
import re
import sys
import types
from getopt import getopt, GetoptError
# Our own
from IPython.config.configurable import Configurable
from IPython.core import oinspect
from IPython.core.error import UsageError
from IPython.core.inputsplitter import ESC_MAGIC, ESC_MAGIC2
from IPython.external.decorator import decorator
from IPython.utils.ipstruct import Struct
from IPython.utils.process import arg_split
from IPython.utils.text import dedent
from IPython.utils.traitlets import Bool, Dict, Instance, MetaHasTraits
from IPython.utils.warn import error
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Globals
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# A dict we'll use for each class that has magics, used as temporary storage to
# pass information between the @line/cell_magic method decorators and the
# @magics_class class decorator, because the method decorators have no
# access to the class when they run. See for more details:
# http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2366713/can-a-python-decorator-of-an-instance-method-access-the-class
magics = dict(line={}, cell={})
magic_kinds = ('line', 'cell')
magic_spec = ('line', 'cell', 'line_cell')
magic_escapes = dict(line=ESC_MAGIC, cell=ESC_MAGIC2)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Utility classes and functions
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
class Bunch: pass
def on_off(tag):
"""Return an ON/OFF string for a 1/0 input. Simple utility function."""
return ['OFF','ON'][tag]
def compress_dhist(dh):
"""Compress a directory history into a new one with at most 20 entries.
Return a new list made from the first and last 10 elements of dhist after
removal of duplicates.
"""
head, tail = dh[:-10], dh[-10:]
newhead = []
done = set()
for h in head:
if h in done:
continue
newhead.append(h)
done.add(h)
return newhead + tail
def needs_local_scope(func):
"""Decorator to mark magic functions which need to local scope to run."""
func.needs_local_scope = True
return func
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Class and method decorators for registering magics
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
def magics_class(cls):
"""Class decorator for all subclasses of the main Magics class.
Any class that subclasses Magics *must* also apply this decorator, to
ensure that all the methods that have been decorated as line/cell magics
get correctly registered in the class instance. This is necessary because
when method decorators run, the class does not exist yet, so they
temporarily store their information into a module global. Application of
this class decorator copies that global data to the class instance and
clears the global.
Obviously, this mechanism is not thread-safe, which means that the
*creation* of subclasses of Magic should only be done in a single-thread
context. Instantiation of the classes has no restrictions. Given that
these classes are typically created at IPython startup time and before user
application code becomes active, in practice this should not pose any
problems.
"""
cls.registered = True
cls.magics = dict(line = magics['line'],
cell = magics['cell'])
magics['line'] = {}
magics['cell'] = {}
return cls
def record_magic(dct, magic_kind, magic_name, func):
"""Utility function to store a function as a magic of a specific kind.
Parameters
----------
dct : dict
A dictionary with 'line' and 'cell' subdicts.
magic_kind : str
Kind of magic to be stored.
magic_name : str
Key to store the magic as.
func : function
Callable object to store.
"""
if magic_kind == 'line_cell':
dct['line'][magic_name] = dct['cell'][magic_name] = func
else:
dct[magic_kind][magic_name] = func
def validate_type(magic_kind):
"""Ensure that the given magic_kind is valid.
Check that the given magic_kind is one of the accepted spec types (stored
in the global `magic_spec`), raise ValueError otherwise.
"""
if magic_kind not in magic_spec:
raise ValueError('magic_kind must be one of %s, %s given' %
magic_kinds, magic_kind)
# The docstrings for the decorator below will be fairly similar for the two
# types (method and function), so we generate them here once and reuse the
# templates below.
_docstring_template = \
"""Decorate the given {0} as {1} magic.
The decorator can be used with or without arguments, as follows.
i) without arguments: it will create a {1} magic named as the {0} being
decorated::
@deco
def foo(...)
will create a {1} magic named `foo`.
ii) with one string argument: which will be used as the actual name of the
resulting magic::
@deco('bar')
def foo(...)
will create a {1} magic named `bar`.
"""
# These two are decorator factories. While they are conceptually very similar,
# there are enough differences in the details that it's simpler to have them
# written as completely standalone functions rather than trying to share code
# and make a single one with convoluted logic.
def _method_magic_marker(magic_kind):
"""Decorator factory for methods in Magics subclasses.
"""
validate_type(magic_kind)
# This is a closure to capture the magic_kind. We could also use a class,
# but it's overkill for just that one bit of state.
def magic_deco(arg):
call = lambda f, *a, **k: f(*a, **k)
if callable(arg):
# "Naked" decorator call (just @foo, no args)
func = arg
name = func.func_name
retval = decorator(call, func)
record_magic(magics, magic_kind, name, name)
elif isinstance(arg, basestring):
# Decorator called with arguments (@foo('bar'))
name = arg
def mark(func, *a, **kw):
record_magic(magics, magic_kind, name, func.func_name)
return decorator(call, func)
retval = mark
else:
raise TypeError("Decorator can only be called with "
"string or function")
return retval
# Ensure the resulting decorator has a usable docstring
magic_deco.__doc__ = _docstring_template.format('method', magic_kind)
return magic_deco
def _function_magic_marker(magic_kind):
"""Decorator factory for standalone functions.
"""
validate_type(magic_kind)
# This is a closure to capture the magic_kind. We could also use a class,
# but it's overkill for just that one bit of state.
def magic_deco(arg):
call = lambda f, *a, **k: f(*a, **k)
# Find get_ipython() in the caller's namespace
caller = sys._getframe(1)
for ns in ['f_locals', 'f_globals', 'f_builtins']:
get_ipython = getattr(caller, ns).get('get_ipython')
if get_ipython is not None:
break
else:
raise NameError('Decorator can only run in context where '
'`get_ipython` exists')
ip = get_ipython()
if callable(arg):
# "Naked" decorator call (just @foo, no args)
func = arg
name = func.func_name
ip.register_magic_function(func, magic_kind, name)
retval = decorator(call, func)
elif isinstance(arg, basestring):
# Decorator called with arguments (@foo('bar'))
name = arg
def mark(func, *a, **kw):
ip.register_magic_function(func, magic_kind, name)
return decorator(call, func)
retval = mark
else:
raise TypeError("Decorator can only be called with "
"string or function")
return retval
# Ensure the resulting decorator has a usable docstring
ds = _docstring_template.format('function', magic_kind)
ds += dedent("""
Note: this decorator can only be used in a context where IPython is already
active, so that the `get_ipython()` call succeeds. You can therefore use
it in your startup files loaded after IPython initializes, but *not* in the
IPython configuration file itself, which is executed before IPython is
fully up and running. Any file located in the `startup` subdirectory of
your configuration profile will be OK in this sense.
""")
magic_deco.__doc__ = ds
return magic_deco
# Create the actual decorators for public use
# These three are used to decorate methods in class definitions
line_magic = _method_magic_marker('line')
cell_magic = _method_magic_marker('cell')
line_cell_magic = _method_magic_marker('line_cell')
# These three decorate standalone functions and perform the decoration
# immediately. They can only run where get_ipython() works
register_line_magic = _function_magic_marker('line')
register_cell_magic = _function_magic_marker('cell')
register_line_cell_magic = _function_magic_marker('line_cell')
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Core Magic classes
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MagicsManager(Configurable):
"""Object that handles all magic-related functionality for IPython.
"""
# Non-configurable class attributes
# A two-level dict, first keyed by magic type, then by magic function, and
# holding the actual callable object as value. This is the dict used for
# magic function dispatch
magics = Dict
# A registry of the original objects that we've been given holding magics.
registry = Dict
shell = Instance('IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShellABC')
auto_magic = Bool(True, config=True, help=
"Automatically call line magics without requiring explicit % prefix")
def _auto_magic_changed(self, name, value):
self.shell.automagic = value
_auto_status = [
'Automagic is OFF, % prefix IS needed for line magics.',
'Automagic is ON, % prefix IS NOT needed for line magics.']
user_magics = Instance('IPython.core.magics.UserMagics')
def __init__(self, shell=None, config=None, user_magics=None, **traits):
super(MagicsManager, self).__init__(shell=shell, config=config,
user_magics=user_magics, **traits)
self.magics = dict(line={}, cell={})
# Let's add the user_magics to the registry for uniformity, so *all*
# registered magic containers can be found there.
self.registry[user_magics.__class__.__name__] = user_magics
def auto_status(self):
"""Return descriptive string with automagic status."""
return self._auto_status[self.auto_magic]
def lsmagic_info(self):
magic_list = []
for m_type in self.magics :
for m_name,mgc in self.magics[m_type].items():
try :
magic_list.append({'name':m_name,'type':m_type,'class':mgc.im_class.__name__})
except AttributeError :
magic_list.append({'name':m_name,'type':m_type,'class':'Other'})
return magic_list
def lsmagic(self):
"""Return a dict of currently available magic functions.
The return dict has the keys 'line' and 'cell', corresponding to the
two types of magics we support. Each value is a list of names.
"""
return self.magics
def lsmagic_docs(self, brief=False, missing=''):
"""Return dict of documentation of magic functions.
The return dict has the keys 'line' and 'cell', corresponding to the
two types of magics we support. Each value is a dict keyed by magic
name whose value is the function docstring. If a docstring is
unavailable, the value of `missing` is used instead.
If brief is True, only the first line of each docstring will be returned.
"""
docs = {}
for m_type in self.magics:
m_docs = {}
for m_name, m_func in self.magics[m_type].iteritems():
if m_func.__doc__:
if brief:
m_docs[m_name] = m_func.__doc__.split('\n', 1)[0]
else:
m_docs[m_name] = m_func.__doc__.rstrip()
else:
m_docs[m_name] = missing
docs[m_type] = m_docs
return docs
def register(self, *magic_objects):
"""Register one or more instances of Magics.
Take one or more classes or instances of classes that subclass the main
`core.Magic` class, and register them with IPython to use the magic
functions they provide. The registration process will then ensure that
any methods that have decorated to provide line and/or cell magics will
be recognized with the `%x`/`%%x` syntax as a line/cell magic
respectively.
If classes are given, they will be instantiated with the default
constructor. If your classes need a custom constructor, you should
instanitate them first and pass the instance.
The provided arguments can be an arbitrary mix of classes and instances.
Parameters
----------
magic_objects : one or more classes or instances
"""
# Start by validating them to ensure they have all had their magic
# methods registered at the instance level
for m in magic_objects:
if not m.registered:
raise ValueError("Class of magics %r was constructed without "
"the @register_magics class decorator")
if type(m) in (type, MetaHasTraits):
# If we're given an uninstantiated class
m = m(shell=self.shell)
# Now that we have an instance, we can register it and update the
# table of callables
self.registry[m.__class__.__name__] = m
for mtype in magic_kinds:
self.magics[mtype].update(m.magics[mtype])
def register_function(self, func, magic_kind='line', magic_name=None):
"""Expose a standalone function as magic function for IPython.
This will create an IPython magic (line, cell or both) from a
standalone function. The functions should have the following
signatures:
* For line magics: `def f(line)`
* For cell magics: `def f(line, cell)`
* For a function that does both: `def f(line, cell=None)`
In the latter case, the function will be called with `cell==None` when
invoked as `%f`, and with cell as a string when invoked as `%%f`.
Parameters
----------
func : callable
Function to be registered as a magic.
magic_kind : str
Kind of magic, one of 'line', 'cell' or 'line_cell'
magic_name : optional str
If given, the name the magic will have in the IPython namespace. By
default, the name of the function itself is used.
"""
# Create the new method in the user_magics and register it in the
# global table
validate_type(magic_kind)
magic_name = func.func_name if magic_name is None else magic_name
setattr(self.user_magics, magic_name, func)
record_magic(self.magics, magic_kind, magic_name, func)
def define_magic(self, name, func):
"""[Deprecated] Expose own function as magic function for IPython.
Example::
def foo_impl(self, parameter_s=''):
'My very own magic!. (Use docstrings, IPython reads them).'
print 'Magic function. Passed parameter is between < >:'
print '<%s>' % parameter_s
print 'The self object is:', self
ip.define_magic('foo',foo_impl)
"""
meth = types.MethodType(func, self.user_magics)
setattr(self.user_magics, name, meth)
record_magic(self.magics, 'line', name, meth)
def register_alias(self, alias_name, magic_name, magic_kind='line'):
"""Register an alias to a magic function.
The alias is an instance of :class:`MagicAlias`, which holds the
name and kind of the magic it should call. Binding is done at
call time, so if the underlying magic function is changed the alias
will call the new function.
Parameters
----------
alias_name : str
The name of the magic to be registered.
magic_name : str
The name of an existing magic.
magic_kind : str
Kind of magic, one of 'line' or 'cell'
"""
# `validate_type` is too permissive, as it allows 'line_cell'
# which we do not handle.
if magic_kind not in magic_kinds:
raise ValueError('magic_kind must be one of %s, %s given' %
magic_kinds, magic_kind)
alias = MagicAlias(self.shell, magic_name, magic_kind)
setattr(self.user_magics, alias_name, alias)
record_magic(self.magics, magic_kind, alias_name, alias)
# Key base class that provides the central functionality for magics.
class Magics(object):
"""Base class for implementing magic functions.
Shell functions which can be reached as %function_name. All magic
functions should accept a string, which they can parse for their own
needs. This can make some functions easier to type, eg `%cd ../`
vs. `%cd("../")`
Classes providing magic functions need to subclass this class, and they
MUST:
- Use the method decorators `@line_magic` and `@cell_magic` to decorate
individual methods as magic functions, AND
- Use the class decorator `@magics_class` to ensure that the magic
methods are properly registered at the instance level upon instance
initialization.
See :mod:`magic_functions` for examples of actual implementation classes.
"""
# Dict holding all command-line options for each magic.
options_table = None
# Dict for the mapping of magic names to methods, set by class decorator
magics = None
# Flag to check that the class decorator was properly applied
registered = False
# Instance of IPython shell
shell = None
def __init__(self, shell):
if not(self.__class__.registered):
raise ValueError('Magics subclass without registration - '
'did you forget to apply @magics_class?')
self.shell = shell
self.options_table = {}
# The method decorators are run when the instance doesn't exist yet, so
# they can only record the names of the methods they are supposed to
# grab. Only now, that the instance exists, can we create the proper
# mapping to bound methods. So we read the info off the original names
# table and replace each method name by the actual bound method.
# But we mustn't clobber the *class* mapping, in case of multiple instances.
class_magics = self.magics
self.magics = {}
for mtype in magic_kinds:
tab = self.magics[mtype] = {}
cls_tab = class_magics[mtype]
for magic_name, meth_name in cls_tab.iteritems():
if isinstance(meth_name, basestring):
# it's a method name, grab it
tab[magic_name] = getattr(self, meth_name)
else:
# it's the real thing
tab[magic_name] = meth_name
def arg_err(self,func):
"""Print docstring if incorrect arguments were passed"""
print 'Error in arguments:'
print oinspect.getdoc(func)
def format_latex(self, strng):
"""Format a string for latex inclusion."""
# Characters that need to be escaped for latex:
escape_re = re.compile(r'(%|_|\$|#|&)',re.MULTILINE)
# Magic command names as headers:
cmd_name_re = re.compile(r'^(%s.*?):' % ESC_MAGIC,
re.MULTILINE)
# Magic commands
cmd_re = re.compile(r'(?P<cmd>%s.+?\b)(?!\}\}:)' % ESC_MAGIC,
re.MULTILINE)
# Paragraph continue
par_re = re.compile(r'\\$',re.MULTILINE)
# The "\n" symbol
newline_re = re.compile(r'\\n')
# Now build the string for output:
#strng = cmd_name_re.sub(r'\n\\texttt{\\textsl{\\large \1}}:',strng)
strng = cmd_name_re.sub(r'\n\\bigskip\n\\texttt{\\textbf{ \1}}:',
strng)
strng = cmd_re.sub(r'\\texttt{\g<cmd>}',strng)
strng = par_re.sub(r'\\\\',strng)
strng = escape_re.sub(r'\\\1',strng)
strng = newline_re.sub(r'\\textbackslash{}n',strng)
return strng
def parse_options(self, arg_str, opt_str, *long_opts, **kw):
"""Parse options passed to an argument string.
The interface is similar to that of getopt(), but it returns back a
Struct with the options as keys and the stripped argument string still
as a string.
arg_str is quoted as a true sys.argv vector by using shlex.split.
This allows us to easily expand variables, glob files, quote
arguments, etc.
Options:
-mode: default 'string'. If given as 'list', the argument string is
returned as a list (split on whitespace) instead of a string.
-list_all: put all option values in lists. Normally only options
appearing more than once are put in a list.
-posix (True): whether to split the input line in POSIX mode or not,
as per the conventions outlined in the shlex module from the
standard library."""
# inject default options at the beginning of the input line
caller = sys._getframe(1).f_code.co_name
arg_str = '%s %s' % (self.options_table.get(caller,''),arg_str)
mode = kw.get('mode','string')
if mode not in ['string','list']:
raise ValueError('incorrect mode given: %s' % mode)
# Get options
list_all = kw.get('list_all',0)
posix = kw.get('posix', os.name == 'posix')
strict = kw.get('strict', True)
# Check if we have more than one argument to warrant extra processing:
odict = {} # Dictionary with options
args = arg_str.split()
if len(args) >= 1:
# If the list of inputs only has 0 or 1 thing in it, there's no
# need to look for options
argv = arg_split(arg_str, posix, strict)
# Do regular option processing
try:
opts,args = getopt(argv, opt_str, long_opts)
except GetoptError as e:
raise UsageError('%s ( allowed: "%s" %s)' % (e.msg,opt_str,
" ".join(long_opts)))
for o,a in opts:
if o.startswith('--'):
o = o[2:]
else:
o = o[1:]
try:
odict[o].append(a)
except AttributeError:
odict[o] = [odict[o],a]
except KeyError:
if list_all:
odict[o] = [a]
else:
odict[o] = a
# Prepare opts,args for return
opts = Struct(odict)
if mode == 'string':
args = ' '.join(args)
return opts,args
def default_option(self, fn, optstr):
"""Make an entry in the options_table for fn, with value optstr"""
if fn not in self.lsmagic():
error("%s is not a magic function" % fn)
self.options_table[fn] = optstr
class MagicAlias(object):
"""An alias to another magic function.
An alias is determined by its magic name and magic kind. Lookup
is done at call time, so if the underlying magic changes the alias
will call the new function.
Use the :meth:`MagicsManager.register_alias` method or the
`%alias_magic` magic function to create and register a new alias.
"""
def __init__(self, shell, magic_name, magic_kind):
self.shell = shell
self.magic_name = magic_name
self.magic_kind = magic_kind
self.pretty_target = '%s%s' % (magic_escapes[self.magic_kind], self.magic_name)
self.__doc__ = "Alias for `%s`." % self.pretty_target
self._in_call = False
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
"""Call the magic alias."""
fn = self.shell.find_magic(self.magic_name, self.magic_kind)
if fn is None:
raise UsageError("Magic `%s` not found." % self.pretty_target)
# Protect against infinite recursion.
if self._in_call:
raise UsageError("Infinite recursion detected; "
"magic aliases cannot call themselves.")
self._in_call = True
try:
return fn(*args, **kwargs)
finally:
self._in_call = False
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