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import re
from bisect import bisect
from django.conf import settings
from django.db.models.related import RelatedObject
from django.db.models.fields.related import ManyToManyRel
from django.db.models.fields import AutoField, FieldDoesNotExist
from django.db.models.fields.proxy import OrderWrt
from django.db.models.loading import get_models, app_cache_ready
from django.utils.translation import activate, deactivate_all, get_language, string_concat
from django.utils.encoding import force_unicode, smart_str
from django.utils.datastructures import SortedDict
# Calculate the verbose_name by converting from InitialCaps to "lowercase with spaces".
get_verbose_name = lambda class_name: re.sub('(((?<=[a-z])[A-Z])|([A-Z](?![A-Z]|$)))', ' \\1', class_name).lower().strip()
DEFAULT_NAMES = ('verbose_name', 'verbose_name_plural', 'db_table', 'ordering',
'unique_together', 'permissions', 'get_latest_by',
'order_with_respect_to', 'app_label', 'db_tablespace',
'abstract', 'managed', 'proxy', 'auto_created', 'deferred_fields')
class Options(object):
def __init__(self, meta, app_label=None):
self.local_fields, self.local_many_to_many = [], []
self.virtual_fields = []
self.module_name, self.verbose_name = None, None
self.verbose_name_plural = None
self.db_table = ''
self.ordering = []
self.unique_together = []
self.permissions = []
self.object_name, self.app_label = None, app_label
self.get_latest_by = None
self.order_with_respect_to = None
self.db_tablespace = settings.DEFAULT_TABLESPACE
self.admin = None
self.meta = meta = None
self.has_auto_field, self.auto_field = False, None
self.abstract = False
self.managed = True
self.proxy = False
# For any class that is a proxy (including automatically created
# classes for deferred object loading), proxy_for_model tells us
# which class this model is proxying. Note that proxy_for_model
# can create a chain of proxy models. For non-proxy models, the
# variable is always None.
self.proxy_for_model = None
# For any non-abstract class, the concrete class is the model
# in the end of the proxy_for_model chain. In particular, for
# concrete models, the concrete_model is always the class itself.
self.concrete_model = None
self.parents = SortedDict()
self.duplicate_targets = {}
self.auto_created = False
self.deferred_fields = None
# To handle various inheritance situations, we need to track where
# managers came from (concrete or abstract base classes).
self.abstract_managers = []
self.concrete_managers = []
# List of all lookups defined in ForeignKey 'limit_choices_to' options
# from *other* models. Needed for some admin checks. Internal use only.
self.related_fkey_lookups = []
def contribute_to_class(self, cls, name):
from django.db import connection
from django.db.backends.util import truncate_name
cls._meta = self
self.installed = re.sub('\.models$', '', cls.__module__) in settings.INSTALLED_APPS
# First, construct the default values for these options.
self.object_name = cls.__name__
self.module_name = self.object_name.lower()
self.verbose_name = get_verbose_name(self.object_name)
# Next, apply any overridden values from 'class Meta'.
if self.meta:
meta_attrs = self.meta.__dict__.copy()
for name in self.meta.__dict__:
# Ignore any private attributes that Django doesn't care about.
# NOTE: We can't modify a dictionary's contents while looping
# over it, so we loop over the *original* dictionary instead.
if name.startswith('_'):
del meta_attrs[name]
for attr_name in DEFAULT_NAMES:
if attr_name in meta_attrs:
setattr(self, attr_name, meta_attrs.pop(attr_name))
elif hasattr(self.meta, attr_name):
setattr(self, attr_name, getattr(self.meta, attr_name))
# unique_together can be either a tuple of tuples, or a single
# tuple of two strings. Normalize it to a tuple of tuples, so that
# calling code can uniformly expect that.
ut = meta_attrs.pop('unique_together', self.unique_together)
if ut and not isinstance(ut[0], (tuple, list)):
ut = (ut,)
self.unique_together = ut
# verbose_name_plural is a special case because it uses a 's'
# by default.
if self.verbose_name_plural is None:
self.verbose_name_plural = string_concat(self.verbose_name, 's')
# Any leftover attributes must be invalid.
if meta_attrs != {}:
raise TypeError("'class Meta' got invalid attribute(s): %s" % ','.join(meta_attrs.keys()))
self.verbose_name_plural = string_concat(self.verbose_name, 's')
del self.meta
# If the db_table wasn't provided, use the app_label + module_name.
if not self.db_table:
self.db_table = "%s_%s" % (self.app_label, self.module_name)
self.db_table = truncate_name(self.db_table, connection.ops.max_name_length())
def _prepare(self, model):
if self.order_with_respect_to:
self.order_with_respect_to = self.get_field(self.order_with_respect_to)
self.ordering = ('_order',)
model.add_to_class('_order', OrderWrt())
self.order_with_respect_to = None
if is None:
if self.parents:
# Promote the first parent link in lieu of adding yet another
# field.
field = self.parents.value_for_index(0)
# Look for a local field with the same name as the
# first parent link. If a local field has already been
# created, use it instead of promoting the parent
already_created = [fld for fld in self.local_fields if ==]
if already_created:
field = already_created[0]
field.primary_key = True
auto = AutoField(verbose_name='ID', primary_key=True,
model.add_to_class('id', auto)
# Determine any sets of fields that are pointing to the same targets
# (e.g. two ForeignKeys to the same remote model). The query
# construction code needs to know this. At the end of this,
# self.duplicate_targets will map each duplicate field column to the
# columns it duplicates.
collections = {}
for column, target in self.duplicate_targets.iteritems():
except KeyError:
collections[target] = set([column])
self.duplicate_targets = {}
for elt in collections.itervalues():
if len(elt) == 1:
for column in elt:
self.duplicate_targets[column] = elt.difference(set([column]))
def add_field(self, field):
# Insert the given field in the order in which it was created, using
# the "creation_counter" attribute of the field.
# Move many-to-many related fields from self.fields into
# self.many_to_many.
if field.rel and isinstance(field.rel, ManyToManyRel):
self.local_many_to_many.insert(bisect(self.local_many_to_many, field), field)
if hasattr(self, '_m2m_cache'):
del self._m2m_cache
self.local_fields.insert(bisect(self.local_fields, field), field)
if hasattr(self, '_field_cache'):
del self._field_cache
del self._field_name_cache
if hasattr(self, '_name_map'):
del self._name_map
def add_virtual_field(self, field):
def setup_pk(self, field):
if not and field.primary_key: = field
field.serialize = False
def setup_proxy(self, target):
Does the internal setup so that the current model is a proxy for
""" =
self.proxy_for_model = target
self.db_table = target._meta.db_table
def __repr__(self):
return '<Options for %s>' % self.object_name
def __str__(self):
return "%s.%s" % (smart_str(self.app_label), smart_str(self.module_name))
def verbose_name_raw(self):
There are a few places where the untranslated verbose name is needed
(so that we get the same value regardless of currently active
lang = get_language()
raw = force_unicode(self.verbose_name)
return raw
verbose_name_raw = property(verbose_name_raw)
def _fields(self):
The getter for self.fields. This returns the list of field objects
available to this model (including through parent models).
Callers are not permitted to modify this list, since it's a reference
to this instance (not a copy).
except AttributeError:
return self._field_name_cache
fields = property(_fields)
def get_fields_with_model(self):
Returns a sequence of (field, model) pairs for all fields. The "model"
element is None for fields on the current model. Mostly of use when
constructing queries so that we know which model a field belongs to.
except AttributeError:
return self._field_cache
def _fill_fields_cache(self):
cache = []
for parent in self.parents:
for field, model in parent._meta.get_fields_with_model():
if model:
cache.append((field, model))
cache.append((field, parent))
cache.extend([(f, None) for f in self.local_fields])
self._field_cache = tuple(cache)
self._field_name_cache = [x for x, _ in cache]
def _many_to_many(self):
except AttributeError:
return self._m2m_cache.keys()
many_to_many = property(_many_to_many)
def get_m2m_with_model(self):
The many-to-many version of get_fields_with_model().
except AttributeError:
return self._m2m_cache.items()
def _fill_m2m_cache(self):
cache = SortedDict()
for parent in self.parents:
for field, model in parent._meta.get_m2m_with_model():
if model:
cache[field] = model
cache[field] = parent
for field in self.local_many_to_many:
cache[field] = None
self._m2m_cache = cache
def get_field(self, name, many_to_many=True):
Returns the requested field by name. Raises FieldDoesNotExist on error.
to_search = many_to_many and (self.fields + self.many_to_many) or self.fields
for f in to_search:
if == name:
return f
raise FieldDoesNotExist('%s has no field named %r' % (self.object_name, name))
def get_field_by_name(self, name):
Returns the (field_object, model, direct, m2m), where field_object is
the Field instance for the given name, model is the model containing
this field (None for local fields), direct is True if the field exists
on this model, and m2m is True for many-to-many relations. When
'direct' is False, 'field_object' is the corresponding RelatedObject
for this field (since the field doesn't have an instance associated
with it).
Uses a cache internally, so after the first access, this is very fast.
return self._name_map[name]
except AttributeError:
cache = self.init_name_map()
return cache[name]
except KeyError:
raise FieldDoesNotExist('%s has no field named %r'
% (self.object_name, name))
def get_all_field_names(self):
Returns a list of all field names that are possible for this model
(including reverse relation names). This is used for pretty printing
debugging output (a list of choices), so any internal-only field names
are not included.
cache = self._name_map
except AttributeError:
cache = self.init_name_map()
names = cache.keys()
# Internal-only names end with "+" (symmetrical m2m related names being
# the main example). Trim them.
return [val for val in names if not val.endswith('+')]
def init_name_map(self):
Initialises the field name -> field object mapping.
cache = {}
# We intentionally handle related m2m objects first so that symmetrical
# m2m accessor names can be overridden, if necessary.
for f, model in self.get_all_related_m2m_objects_with_model():
cache[f.field.related_query_name()] = (f, model, False, True)
for f, model in self.get_all_related_objects_with_model():
cache[f.field.related_query_name()] = (f, model, False, False)
for f, model in self.get_m2m_with_model():
cache[] = (f, model, True, True)
for f, model in self.get_fields_with_model():
cache[] = (f, model, True, False)
if app_cache_ready():
self._name_map = cache
return cache
def get_add_permission(self):
return 'add_%s' % self.object_name.lower()
def get_change_permission(self):
return 'change_%s' % self.object_name.lower()
def get_delete_permission(self):
return 'delete_%s' % self.object_name.lower()
def get_all_related_objects(self, local_only=False, include_hidden=False,
return [k for k, v in self.get_all_related_objects_with_model(
local_only=local_only, include_hidden=include_hidden,
def get_all_related_objects_with_model(self, local_only=False,
Returns a list of (related-object, model) pairs. Similar to
except AttributeError:
predicates = []
if local_only:
predicates.append(lambda k, v: not v)
if not include_hidden:
predicates.append(lambda k, v: not k.field.rel.is_hidden())
cache = (self._related_objects_proxy_cache if include_proxy_eq
else self._related_objects_cache)
return filter(lambda t: all([p(*t) for p in predicates]), cache.items())
def _fill_related_objects_cache(self):
cache = SortedDict()
parent_list = self.get_parent_list()
for parent in self.parents:
for obj, model in parent._meta.get_all_related_objects_with_model(include_hidden=True):
if (obj.field.creation_counter < 0 or obj.field.rel.parent_link) and obj.model not in parent_list:
if not model:
cache[obj] = parent
cache[obj] = model
# Collect also objects which are in relation to some proxy child/parent of self.
proxy_cache = cache.copy()
for klass in get_models(include_auto_created=True, only_installed=False):
for f in klass._meta.local_fields:
if f.rel and not isinstance(, basestring):
if self ==
cache[RelatedObject(, klass, f)] = None
proxy_cache[RelatedObject(, klass, f)] = None
elif self.concrete_model ==
proxy_cache[RelatedObject(, klass, f)] = None
self._related_objects_cache = cache
self._related_objects_proxy_cache = proxy_cache
def get_all_related_many_to_many_objects(self, local_only=False):
cache = self._related_many_to_many_cache
except AttributeError:
cache = self._fill_related_many_to_many_cache()
if local_only:
return [k for k, v in cache.items() if not v]
return cache.keys()
def get_all_related_m2m_objects_with_model(self):
Returns a list of (related-m2m-object, model) pairs. Similar to
cache = self._related_many_to_many_cache
except AttributeError:
cache = self._fill_related_many_to_many_cache()
return cache.items()
def _fill_related_many_to_many_cache(self):
cache = SortedDict()
parent_list = self.get_parent_list()
for parent in self.parents:
for obj, model in parent._meta.get_all_related_m2m_objects_with_model():
if obj.field.creation_counter < 0 and obj.model not in parent_list:
if not model:
cache[obj] = parent
cache[obj] = model
for klass in get_models(only_installed=False):
for f in klass._meta.local_many_to_many:
if f.rel and not isinstance(, basestring) and self ==
cache[RelatedObject(, klass, f)] = None
if app_cache_ready():
self._related_many_to_many_cache = cache
return cache
def get_base_chain(self, model):
Returns a list of parent classes leading to 'model' (order from closet
to most distant ancestor). This has to handle the case were 'model' is
a granparent or even more distant relation.
if not self.parents:
if model in self.parents:
return [model]
for parent in self.parents:
res = parent._meta.get_base_chain(model)
if res:
res.insert(0, parent)
return res
raise TypeError('%r is not an ancestor of this model'
% model._meta.module_name)
def get_parent_list(self):
Returns a list of all the ancestor of this model as a list. Useful for
determining if something is an ancestor, regardless of lineage.
result = set()
for parent in self.parents:
return result
def get_ancestor_link(self, ancestor):
Returns the field on the current model which points to the given
"ancestor". This is possible an indirect link (a pointer to a parent
model, which points, eventually, to the ancestor). Used when
constructing table joins for model inheritance.
Returns None if the model isn't an ancestor of this one.
if ancestor in self.parents:
return self.parents[ancestor]
for parent in self.parents:
# Tries to get a link field from the immediate parent
parent_link = parent._meta.get_ancestor_link(ancestor)
if parent_link:
# In case of a proxied model, the first link
# of the chain to the ancestor is that parent
# links
return self.parents[parent] or parent_link
def get_ordered_objects(self):
"Returns a list of Options objects that are ordered with respect to this object."
if not hasattr(self, '_ordered_objects'):
objects = []
#for klass in get_models(get_app(self.app_label)):
# opts = klass._meta
# if opts.order_with_respect_to and opts.order_with_respect_to.rel \
# and self ==
# objects.append(opts)
self._ordered_objects = objects
return self._ordered_objects
def pk_index(self):
Returns the index of the primary key field in the self.fields list.
return self.fields.index(
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