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"""Mt.Gox API."""
# Copyright (c) 2013 Bernd Kreuss <>
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
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# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston,
# MA 02110-1301, USA.
# pylint: disable=C0302,C0301,R0902,R0903,R0912,R0913,R0914,R0915,W0703,W0105
import sys
PY_VERSION = sys.version_info
if PY_VERSION < (2, 7):
print("Sorry, minimal Python version is 2.7, you have: %d.%d"
% (PY_VERSION.major, PY_VERSION.minor))
from ConfigParser import SafeConfigParser
import base64
import bisect
import binascii
import contextlib
from Crypto.Cipher import AES
import getpass
import gzip
import hashlib
import hmac
import inspect
import io
import json
import logging
import pubnub_light
import Queue
import time
import traceback
import threading
from urllib2 import Request as URLRequest
from urllib2 import urlopen, HTTPError
from urllib import urlencode
import weakref
import websocket
input = raw_input # pylint: disable=W0622,C0103
# available channels as per
# queried on 2013-12-14 - this must be updated when they add new currencies,
# I'm too lazy now to do that dynamically, it doesn't change often (if ever)
"ticker.LTCGBP": "0102a446-e4d4-4082-8e83-cc02822f9172",
"ticker.LTCCNY": "0290378c-e3d7-4836-8cb1-2bfae20cc492",
"depth.BTCHKD": "049f65dc-3af3-4ffd-85a5-aac102b2a579",
"depth.BTCEUR": "057bdc6b-9f9c-44e4-bc1a-363e4443ce87",
"ticker.NMCAUD": "08c65460-cbd9-492e-8473-8507dfa66ae6",
"ticker.BTCEUR": "0bb6da8b-f6c6-4ecf-8f0d-a544ad948c15",
"depth.BTCKRW": "0c84bda7-e613-4b19-ae2a-6d26412c9f70",
"depth.BTCCNY": "0d1ecad8-e20f-459e-8bed-0bdcf927820f",
"ticker.BTCCAD": "10720792-084d-45ba-92e3-cf44d9477775",
"depth.BTCCHF": "113fec5f-294d-4929-86eb-8ca4c3fd1bed",
"ticker.LTCNOK": "13616ae8-9268-4a43-bdf7-6b8d1ac814a2",
"ticker.LTCUSD": "1366a9f3-92eb-4c6c-9ccc-492a959eca94",
"ticker.BTCBTC": "13edff67-cfa0-4d99-aa76-52bd15d6a058",
"ticker.LTCCAD": "18b55737-3f5c-4583-af63-6eb3951ead72",
"ticker.NMCCNY": "249fdefd-c6eb-4802-9f54-064bc83908aa",
"depth.BTCUSD": "24e67e0d-1cad-4cc0-9e7a-f8523ef460fe",
"ticker.BTCCHF": "2644c164-3db7-4475-8b45-c7042efe3413",
"depth.BTCAUD": "296ee352-dd5d-46f3-9bea-5e39dede2005",
"ticker.BTCCZK": "2a968b7f-6638-40ba-95e7-7284b3196d52",
"ticker.BTCSGD": "2cb73ed1-07f4-45e0-8918-bcbfda658912",
"ticker.NMCJPY": "314e2b7a-a9fa-4249-bc46-b7f662ecbc3a",
"ticker.BTCNMC": "36189b8c-cffa-40d2-b205-fb71420387ae",
"depth.BTCINR": "414fdb18-8f70-471c-a9df-b3c2740727ea",
"depth.BTCSGD": "41e5c243-3d44-4fad-b690-f39e1dbb86a8",
"ticker.BTCLTC": "48b6886f-49c0-4614-b647-ba5369b449a9",
"ticker.LTCEUR": "491bc9bb-7cd8-4719-a9e8-16dad802ffac",
"ticker.BTCINR": "55e5feb8-fea5-416b-88fa-40211541deca",
"ticker.LTCJPY": "5ad8e40f-6df3-489f-9cf1-af28426a50cf",
"depth.BTCCAD": "5b234cc3-a7c1-47ce-854f-27aee4cdbda5",
"ticker.BTCNZD": "5ddd27ca-2466-4d1a-8961-615dedb68bf1",
"depth.BTCGBP": "60c3af1b-5d40-4d0e-b9fc-ccab433d2e9c",
"depth.BTCNOK": "66da7fb4-6b0c-4a10-9cb7-e2944e046eb5",
"depth.BTCTHB": "67879668-532f-41f9-8eb0-55e7593a5ab8",
"ticker.BTCSEK": "6caf1244-655b-460f-beaf-5c56d1f4bea7",
"ticker.BTCNOK": "7532e866-3a03-4514-a4b1-6f86e3a8dc11",
"ticker.BTCGBP": "7b842b7d-d1f9-46fa-a49c-c12f1ad5a533",
"trade.lag": "85174711-be64-4de1-b783-0628995d7914",
"depth.BTCSEK": "8f1fefaa-7c55-4420-ada0-4de15c1c38f3",
"depth.BTCDKK": "9219abb0-b50c-4007-b4d2-51d1711ab19c",
"depth.BTCJPY": "94483e07-d797-4dd4-bc72-dc98f1fd39e3",
"ticker.NMCUSD": "9aaefd15-d101-49f3-a2fd-6b63b85b6bed",
"ticker.LTCAUD": "a046600a-a06c-4ebf-9ffb-bdc8157227e8",
"ticker.BTCJPY": "a39ae532-6a3c-4835-af8c-dda54cb4874e",
"depth.BTCCZK": "a7a970cf-4f6c-4d85-a74e-ac0979049b87",
"ticker.LTCDKK": "b10a706e-e8c7-4ea8-9148-669f86930b36",
"ticker.BTCPLN": "b4a02cb3-2e2d-4a88-aeea-3c66cb604d01",
"ticker.BTCRUB": "bd04f720-3c70-4dce-ae71-2422ab862c65",
"ticker.NMCGBP": "bf5126ba-5187-456f-8ae6-963678d0607f",
"ticker.BTCKRW": "bf85048d-4db9-4dbe-9ca3-5b83a1a4186e",
"ticker.BTCCNY": "c251ec35-56f9-40ab-a4f6-13325c349de4",
"depth.BTCNZD": "cedf8730-bce6-4278-b6fe-9bee42930e95",
"ticker.BTCHKD": "d3ae78dd-01dd-4074-88a7-b8aa03cd28dd",
"ticker.BTCTHB": "d58e3b69-9560-4b9e-8c58-b5c0f3fda5e1",
"ticker.BTCUSD": "d5f06780-30a8-4a48-a2f8-7ed181b4a13f",
"depth.BTCRUB": "d6412ca0-b686-464c-891a-d1ba3943f3c6",
"ticker.NMCEUR": "d8512d04-f262-4a14-82f2-8e5c96c15e68",
"trade.BTC": "dbf1dee9-4f2e-4a08-8cb7-748919a71b21",
"ticker.NMCCAD": "dc28033e-7506-484c-905d-1c811a613323",
"depth.BTCPLN": "e4ff055a-f8bf-407e-af76-676cad319a21",
"ticker.BTCDKK": "e5ce0604-574a-4059-9493-80af46c776b3",
"ticker.BTCAUD": "eb6aaa11-99d0-4f64-9e8c-1140872a423d"
# deprecated, use gox.quote2str() and gox.base2str() instead
def int2str(value_int, currency):
"""return currency integer formatted as a string"""
if currency in "BTC LTC NMC":
return ("%16.8f" % (value_int / 100000000.0))
elif currency in "JPY SEK":
return ("%12.3f" % (value_int / 1000.0))
return ("%12.5f" % (value_int / 100000.0))
# deprecated, use gox.quote2float() and gox.base2float() instead
def int2float(value_int, currency):
"""convert integer to float, determine the factor by currency name"""
if currency in "BTC LTC NMC":
return value_int / 100000000.0
elif currency in "JPY SEK":
return value_int / 1000.0
return value_int / 100000.0
# deprecated, use gox.quote2int() and gox.base2int() instead
def float2int(value_float, currency):
"""convert float value to integer, determine the factor by currency name"""
if currency in "BTC LTC NMC":
return int(round(value_float * 100000000))
elif currency in "JPY SEK":
return int(round(value_float * 1000))
return int(round(value_float * 100000))
def http_request(url, post=None, headers=None):
"""request data from the HTTP API, returns the response a string. If a
http error occurs it will *not* raise an exception, instead it will
return the content of the error document. This is because MtGox will
send 5xx http status codes even if application level errors occur
(such as canceling the same order twice or things like that) and the
real error message will be in the json that is returned, so the return
document is always much more interesting than the http status code."""
def read_gzipped(response):
"""read data from the response object,
unzip if necessary, return text string"""
if'Content-Encoding') == 'gzip':
with io.BytesIO( as buf:
with gzip.GzipFile(fileobj=buf) as unzipped:
data =
data =
return data
if not headers:
headers = {}
request = URLRequest(url, post, headers)
request.add_header('Accept-encoding', 'gzip')
request.add_header('User-Agent', USER_AGENT)
data = ""
with contextlib.closing(urlopen(request, post)) as res:
data = read_gzipped(res)
except HTTPError as err:
data = read_gzipped(err)
return data
def start_thread(thread_func, name=None):
"""start a new thread to execute the supplied function"""
thread = threading.Thread(None, thread_func)
thread.daemon = True
if name: = name
return thread
def pretty_format(something):
"""pretty-format a nested dict or list for debugging purposes.
If it happens to be a valid json string then it will be parsed first"""
return pretty_format(json.loads(something))
except Exception:
return json.dumps(something, indent=5)
except Exception:
return str(something)
# pylint: disable=R0904
class GoxConfig(SafeConfigParser):
"""return a config parser object with default values. If you need to run
more Gox() objects at the same time you will also need to give each of them
them a separate GoxConfig() object. For this reason it takes a filename
in its constructor for the ini file, you can have separate configurations
for separate Gox() instances"""
_DEFAULTS = [["gox", "base_currency", "BTC"]
,["gox", "quote_currency", "USD"]
,["gox", "use_ssl", "True"]
,["gox", "use_plain_old_websocket", "True"]
,["gox", "use_http_api", "True"]
,["gox", "use_tonce", "True"]
,["gox", "load_fulldepth", "True"]
,["gox", "load_history", "True"]
,["gox", "history_timeframe", "15"]
,["gox", "secret_key", ""]
,["gox", "secret_secret", ""]
,["pubnub", "stream_sorter_time_window", "0.5"]
def __init__(self, filename):
self.filename = filename
# upgrade from deprecated "currency" to "quote_currency"
# todo: remove this piece of code again in a few months
if self.has_option("gox", "currency"):
self.set("gox", "quote_currency", self.get_string("gox", "currency"))
self.remove_option("gox", "currency")
def init_defaults(self, defaults):
"""add the missing default values, default is a list of defaults"""
for (sect, opt, default) in defaults:
self._default(sect, opt, default)
def save(self):
"""save the config to the .ini file"""
with open(self.filename, 'wb') as configfile:
def load(self):
"""(re)load the onfig from the .ini file"""
def get_safe(self, sect, opt):
"""get value without throwing exception."""
return self.get(sect, opt)
except: # pylint: disable=W0702
for (dsect, dopt, default) in self._DEFAULTS:
if dsect == sect and dopt == opt:
self._default(sect, opt, default)
return default
return ""
def get_bool(self, sect, opt):
"""get boolean value from config"""
return self.get_safe(sect, opt) == "True"
def get_string(self, sect, opt):
"""get string value from config"""
return self.get_safe(sect, opt)
def get_int(self, sect, opt):
"""get int value from config"""
vstr = self.get_safe(sect, opt)
return int(vstr)
except ValueError:
return 0
def get_float(self, sect, opt):
"""get int value from config"""
vstr = self.get_safe(sect, opt)
return float(vstr)
except ValueError:
return 0.0
def _default(self, section, option, default):
"""create a default option if it does not yet exist"""
if not self.has_section(section):
if not self.has_option(section, option):
self.set(section, option, default)
class Signal():
"""callback functions (so called slots) can be connected to a signal and
will be called when the signal is called (Signal implements __call__).
The slots receive two arguments: the sender of the signal and a custom
data object. Two different threads won't be allowed to send signals at the
same time application-wide, concurrent threads will have to wait until
the lock is releaesed again. The lock allows recursive reentry of the same
thread to avoid deadlocks when a slot wants to send a signal itself."""
_lock = threading.RLock()
signal_error = None
def __init__(self):
self._functions = weakref.WeakSet()
self._methods = weakref.WeakKeyDictionary()
# the Signal class itself has a static member signal_error where it
# will send tracebacks of exceptions that might happen. Here we
# initialize it if it does not exist already
if not Signal.signal_error:
Signal.signal_error = 1
Signal.signal_error = Signal()
def connect(self, slot):
"""connect a slot to this signal. The parameter slot can be a funtion
that takes exactly 2 arguments or a method that takes self plus 2 more
arguments, or it can even be even another signal. the first argument
is a reference to the sender of the signal and the second argument is
the payload. The payload can be anything, it totally depends on the
sender and type of the signal."""
if inspect.ismethod(slot):
instance = slot.__self__
function = slot.__func__
if instance not in self._methods:
self._methods[instance] = set()
if function not in self._methods[instance]:
if slot not in self._functions:
def __call__(self, sender, data, error_signal_on_error=True):
"""dispatch signal to all connected slots. This is a synchronuos
operation, It will not return before all slots have been called.
Also only exactly one thread is allowed to emit signals at any time,
all other threads that try to emit *any* signal anywhere in the
application at the same time will be blocked until the lock is released
again. The lock will allow recursive reentry of the seme thread, this
means a slot can itself emit other signals before it returns (or
signals can be directly connected to other signals) without problems.
If a slot raises an exception a traceback will be sent to the static
Signal.signal_error() or to logging.critical()"""
with self._lock:
sent = False
errors = []
for func in self._functions:
func(sender, data)
sent = True
except: # pylint: disable=W0702
for instance, functions in self._methods.items():
for func in functions:
func(instance, sender, data)
sent = True
except: # pylint: disable=W0702
for error in errors:
if error_signal_on_error:
Signal.signal_error(self, (error), False)
return sent
class BaseObject():
"""This base class only exists because of the debug() method that is used
in many of the goxtool objects to send debug output to the signal_debug."""
def __init__(self):
self.signal_debug = Signal()
def debug(self, *args):
"""send a string composed of all *args to all slots who
are connected to signal_debug or send it to the logger if
nobody is connected"""
msg = " ".join([str(x) for x in args])
if not self.signal_debug(self, (msg)):
class Timer(Signal):
"""a simple timer (used for stuff like keepalive)."""
def __init__(self, interval, one_shot=False):
"""create a new timer, interval is in seconds"""
self._one_shot = one_shot
self._canceled = False
self._interval = interval
self._timer = None
def _fire(self):
"""fire the signal and restart it"""
if not self._canceled:
self.__call__(self, None)
if not (self._canceled or self._one_shot):
def _start(self):
"""start the timer"""
self._timer = threading.Timer(self._interval, self._fire)
self._timer.daemon = True
def cancel(self):
"""cancel the timer"""
self._canceled = True
self._timer = None
class Secret:
"""Manage the MtGox API secret. This class has methods to decrypt the
entries in the ini file and it also provides a method to create these
entries. The methods encrypt() and decrypt() will block and ask
questions on the command line, they are called outside the curses
environment (yes, its a quick and dirty hack but it works for now)."""
S_OK = 0
S_FAIL = 1
def __init__(self, config):
"""initialize the instance"""
self.config = config
self.key = ""
self.secret = ""
# pylint: disable=C0103
self.password_from_commandline_option = None
def decrypt(self, password):
"""decrypt "secret_secret" from the ini file with the given password.
This will return false if decryption did not seem to be successful.
After this menthod succeeded the application can access the secret"""
key = self.config.get_string("gox", "secret_key")
sec = self.config.get_string("gox", "secret_secret")
if sec == "" or key == "":
return self.S_NO_SECRET
# pylint: disable=E1101
hashed_pass = hashlib.sha512(password.encode("utf-8")).digest()
crypt_key = hashed_pass[:32]
crypt_ini = hashed_pass[-16:]
aes =, AES.MODE_OFB, crypt_ini)
encrypted_secret = base64.b64decode(sec.strip().encode("ascii"))
self.secret = aes.decrypt(encrypted_secret).strip()
self.key = key.strip()
except ValueError:
return self.S_FAIL
# now test if we now have something plausible
print("testing secret...")
# is it plain ascii? (if not this will raise exception)
dummy = self.secret.decode("ascii")
# can it be decoded? correct size afterwards?
if len(base64.b64decode(self.secret)) != 64:
raise Exception("decrypted secret has wrong size")
print("testing key...")
# key must be only hex digits and have the right size
hex_key = self.key.replace("-", "").encode("ascii")
if len(binascii.unhexlify(hex_key)) != 16:
raise Exception("key has wrong size")
print("ok :-)")
return self.S_OK
except Exception as exc:
# this key and secret do not work :-(
self.secret = ""
self.key = ""
print("### Error occurred while testing the decrypted secret:")
print(" '%s'" % exc)
print(" This does not seem to be a valid MtGox API secret")
return self.S_FAIL
def prompt_decrypt(self):
"""ask the user for password on the command line
and then try to decrypt the secret."""
if self.know_secret():
return self.S_OK
key = self.config.get_string("gox", "secret_key")
sec = self.config.get_string("gox", "secret_secret")
if sec == "" or key == "":
return self.S_NO_SECRET
if self.password_from_commandline_option:
password = self.password_from_commandline_option
password = getpass.getpass("enter passphrase for secret: ")
result = self.decrypt(password)
if result != self.S_OK:
print("secret could not be decrypted")
answer = input("press any key to continue anyways " \
+ "(trading disabled) or 'q' to quit: ")
if answer == "q":
result = self.S_FAIL_FATAL
result = self.S_NO_SECRET
return result
# pylint: disable=R0201
def prompt_encrypt(self):
"""ask for key, secret and password on the command line,
then encrypt the secret and store it in the ini file."""
print("Please copy/paste key and secret from MtGox and")
print("then provide a password to encrypt them.")
key = input(" key: ").strip()
secret = input(" secret: ").strip()
while True:
password1 = getpass.getpass(" password: ").strip()
if password1 == "":
password2 = getpass.getpass("password (again): ").strip()
if password1 != password2:
print("you had a typo in the password. try again...")
# pylint: disable=E1101
hashed_pass = hashlib.sha512(password1.encode("utf-8")).digest()
crypt_key = hashed_pass[:32]
crypt_ini = hashed_pass[-16:]
aes =, AES.MODE_OFB, crypt_ini)
# since the secret is a base64 string we can just just pad it with
# spaces which can easily be stripped again after decryping
secret += " " * (16 - len(secret) % 16)
secret = base64.b64encode(aes.encrypt(secret)).decode("ascii")
self.config.set("gox", "secret_key", key)
self.config.set("gox", "secret_secret", secret)
print("encrypted secret has been saved in %s" % self.config.filename)
def know_secret(self):
"""do we know the secret key? The application must be able to work
without secret and then just don't do any account related stuff"""
return(self.secret != "") and (self.key != "")
class OHLCV():
"""represents a chart candle. tim is POSIX timestamp of open time,
prices and volume are integers like in the other parts of the gox API"""
def __init__(self, tim, opn, hig, low, cls, vol):
self.tim = tim
self.opn = opn
self.hig = hig
self.low = low
self.cls = cls
self.vol = vol
def update(self, price, volume):
"""update high, low and close values and add to volume"""
if price > self.hig:
self.hig = price
if price < self.low:
self.low = price
self.cls = price
self.vol += volume
class History(BaseObject):
"""represents the trading history"""
def __init__(self, gox, timeframe):
self.signal_fullhistory_processed = Signal()
self.signal_changed = Signal()
self.gox = gox
self.candles = []
self.timeframe = timeframe
self.ready_history = False
def add_candle(self, candle):
"""add a new candle to the history"""
self.signal_changed(self, (self.length()))
def slot_trade(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""slot for gox.signal_trade"""
(date, price, volume, dummy_typ, own) = data
if not own:
time_round = int(date / self.timeframe) * self.timeframe
candle = self.last_candle()
if candle:
if candle.tim == time_round:
candle.update(price, volume)
self.signal_changed(self, (1))
self.debug("### opening new candle")
time_round, price, price, price, price, volume))
time_round, price, price, price, price, volume))
def _add_candle(self, candle):
"""add a new candle to the history but don't fire signal_changed"""
self.candles.insert(0, candle)
def slot_fullhistory(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""process the result of the fullhistory request"""
(history) = data
if not len(history):
self.debug("### history download was empty")
def get_time_round(date):
"""round timestamp to current candle timeframe"""
return int(date / self.timeframe) * self.timeframe
#remove existing recent candle(s) if any, we will create them fresh
date_begin = get_time_round(int(history[0]["date"]))
while len(self.candles) and self.candles[0].tim >= date_begin:
new_candle = OHLCV(0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) #this is a dummy, not actually inserted
count_added = 0
for trade in history:
date = int(trade["date"])
price = int(trade["price_int"])
volume = int(trade["amount_int"])
time_round = get_time_round(date)
if time_round > new_candle.tim:
if new_candle.tim > 0:
count_added += 1
new_candle = OHLCV(
time_round, price, price, price, price, volume)
new_candle.update(price, volume)
# insert current (incomplete) candle
count_added += 1
self.debug("### got %d updated candle(s)" % count_added)
self.ready_history = True
self.signal_fullhistory_processed(self, None)
self.signal_changed(self, (self.length()))
def last_candle(self):
"""return the last (current) candle or None if empty"""
if self.length() > 0:
return self.candles[0]
return None
def length(self):
"""return the number of candles in the history"""
return len(self.candles)
class BaseClient(BaseObject):
"""abstract base class for SocketIOClient and WebsocketClient"""
_last_unique_microtime = 0
_nonce_lock = threading.Lock()
def __init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config):
self.signal_recv = Signal()
self.signal_fulldepth = Signal()
self.signal_fullhistory = Signal()
self.signal_connected = Signal()
self.signal_disconnected = Signal()
self._timer = Timer(60)
self._info_timer = None # used when delayed requesting private/info
self.curr_base = curr_base
self.curr_quote = curr_quote
self.currency = curr_quote # deprecated, use curr_quote instead
self.secret = secret
self.config = config
self.socket = None
self.http_requests = Queue.Queue()
self._recv_thread = None
self._http_thread = None
self._terminating = False
self.connected = False
self._time_last_received = 0
self._time_last_subscribed = 0
self.history_last_candle = None
def start(self):
"""start the client"""
self._recv_thread = start_thread(self._recv_thread_func, "socket receive thread")
self._http_thread = start_thread(self._http_thread_func, "http thread")
def stop(self):
"""stop the client"""
self._terminating = True
if self.socket:
self.debug("### closing socket")
def force_reconnect(self):
"""force client to reconnect"""
def _try_send_raw(self, raw_data):
"""send raw data to the websocket or disconnect and close"""
if self.connected:
except Exception as exc:
self.connected = False
def send(self, json_str):
"""there exist 2 subtly different ways to send a string over a
websocket. Each client class will override this send method"""
raise NotImplementedError()
def get_unique_mirotime(self):
"""produce a unique nonce that is guaranteed to be ever increasing"""
with self._nonce_lock:
microtime = int(time.time() * 1E6)
if microtime <= self._last_unique_microtime:
microtime = self._last_unique_microtime + 1
self._last_unique_microtime = microtime
return microtime
def use_http(self):
"""should we use http api? return true if yes"""
use_http = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_http_api")
use_http = True
use_http = False
return use_http
def use_tonce(self):
"""should we use tonce instead on nonce? tonce is current microtime
and also works when messages come out of order (which happens at
the mtgox server in certain siuations). They still have to be unique
because mtgox will remember all recently used tonce values. It will
only be accepted when the local clock is +/- 10 seconds exact."""
return self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_tonce")
def request_fulldepth(self):
"""start the fulldepth thread"""
def fulldepth_thread():
"""request the full market depth, initialize the order book
and then terminate. This is called in a separate thread after
the streaming API has been connected."""
self.debug("### requesting initial full depth")
use_ssl = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
proto = {True: "https", False: "http"}[use_ssl]
fulldepth = http_request("%s://%s/api/2/%s%s/money/depth/full" % (
self.signal_fulldepth(self, (json.loads(fulldepth)))
start_thread(fulldepth_thread, "http request full depth")
def request_history(self):
"""request trading history"""
# Gox() will have set this field to the timestamp of the last
# known candle, so we only request data since this time
since = self.history_last_candle
def history_thread():
"""request trading history"""
# 1308503626, 218868 <-- last small transacion ID
# 1309108565, 1309108565842636 <-- first big transaction ID
if since:
querystring = "?since=%i" % (since * 1000000)
querystring = ""
self.debug("### requesting history")
use_ssl = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
proto = {True: "https", False: "http"}[use_ssl]
json_hist = http_request("%s://%s/api/2/%s%s/money/trades%s" % (
history = json.loads(json_hist)
if history["result"] == "success":
self.signal_fullhistory(self, history["data"])
start_thread(history_thread, "http request trade history")
def _recv_thread_func(self):
"""this will be executed as the main receiving thread, each type of
client (websocket or socketio) will implement its own"""
raise NotImplementedError()
def channel_subscribe(self, download_market_data=True):
"""subscribe to needed channnels and download initial data (orders,
account info, depth, history, etc. Some of these might be redundant but
at the time I wrote this code the socketio server seemed to have a bug,
not being able to subscribe via the GET parameters, so I send all
needed subscription requests here again, just to be on the safe side."""
symb = "%s%s" % (self.curr_base, self.curr_quote)
self.send(json.dumps({"op":"mtgox.subscribe", "channel":"depth.%s" % symb}))
self.send(json.dumps({"op":"mtgox.subscribe", "channel":"ticker.%s" % symb}))
# trades and lag are the same channels for all currencies
self.send(json.dumps({"op":"mtgox.subscribe", "type":"trades"}))
if not FORCE_NO_LAG:
self.send(json.dumps({"op":"mtgox.subscribe", "type":"lag"}))
if download_market_data:
if self.config.get_bool("gox", "load_fulldepth"):
if self.config.get_bool("gox", "load_history"):
self._time_last_subscribed = time.time()
def _slot_timer_info_later(self, _sender, _data):
"""the slot for the request_info_later() timer signal"""
self._info_timer = None
def request_info_later(self, delay):
"""request the private/info in delay seconds from now"""
if self._info_timer:
self._info_timer = Timer(delay, True)
def request_info(self):
"""request the private/info object"""
if self.use_http():
self.enqueue_http_request("money/info", {}, "info")
self.send_signed_call("private/info", {}, "info")
def request_idkey(self):
"""request the private/idkey object"""
if self.use_http():
self.enqueue_http_request("money/idkey", {}, "idkey")
self.send_signed_call("private/idkey", {}, "idkey")
def request_orders(self):
"""request the private/orders object"""
if self.use_http():
self.enqueue_http_request("money/orders", {}, "orders")
self.send_signed_call("private/orders", {}, "orders")
def _http_thread_func(self):
"""send queued http requests to the http API (only used when
http api is forced, normally this is much slower)"""
while not self._terminating:
# pop queued request from the queue and process it
(api_endpoint, params, reqid) = self.http_requests.get(True)
translated = None
answer = self.http_signed_call(api_endpoint, params)
if answer["result"] == "success":
# the following will reformat the answer in such a way
# that we can pass it directly to signal_recv()
# as if it had come directly from the websocket
translated = {
"op": "result",
"result": answer["data"],
"id": reqid
if "error" in answer:
if answer["token"] == "unknown_error":
# enqueue it again, it will eventually succeed.
self.enqueue_http_request(api_endpoint, params, reqid)
# these are errors like "Order amount is too low"
# or "Order not found" and the like, we send them
# to signal_recv() as if they had come from the
# streaming API beause Gox() can handle these errors.
translated = {
"op": "remark",
"success": False,
"message": answer["error"],
"token": answer["token"],
"id": reqid
self.debug("### unexpected http result:", answer, reqid)
except Exception as exc:
# should this ever happen? HTTP 5xx wont trigger this,
# something else must have gone wrong, a totally malformed
# reply or something else.
# After some time of testing during times of heavy
# volatility it appears that this happens mostly when
# there is heavy load on their servers. Resubmitting
# the API call will then eventally succeed.
self.debug("### exception in _http_thread_func:",
exc, api_endpoint, params, reqid)
# enqueue it again, it will eventually succeed.
self.enqueue_http_request(api_endpoint, params, reqid)
if translated:
self.signal_recv(self, (json.dumps(translated)))
def enqueue_http_request(self, api_endpoint, params, reqid):
"""enqueue a request for sending to the HTTP API, returns
immediately, behaves exactly like sending it over the websocket."""
if self.secret and self.secret.know_secret():
self.http_requests.put((api_endpoint, params, reqid))
def http_signed_call(self, api_endpoint, params):
"""send a signed request to the HTTP API V2"""
if (not self.secret) or (not self.secret.know_secret()):
self.debug("### don't know secret, cannot call %s" % api_endpoint)
key = self.secret.key
sec = self.secret.secret
if self.use_tonce():
params["tonce"] = self.get_unique_mirotime()
params["nonce"] = self.get_unique_mirotime()
post = urlencode(params)
prefix = api_endpoint + chr(0)
# pylint: disable=E1101
sign =, prefix + post, hashlib.sha512).digest()
headers = {
'Rest-Key': key,
'Rest-Sign': base64.b64encode(sign)
use_ssl = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
proto = {True: "https", False: "http"}[use_ssl]
url = "%s://%s/api/2/%s" % (
self.debug("### (%s) calling %s" % (proto, url))
return json.loads(http_request(url, post, headers))
def send_signed_call(self, api_endpoint, params, reqid):
"""send a signed (authenticated) API call over the
This method will only succeed if the secret key is available,
otherwise it will just log a warning and do nothing."""
if (not self.secret) or (not self.secret.know_secret()):
self.debug("### don't know secret, cannot call %s" % api_endpoint)
key = self.secret.key
sec = self.secret.secret
call = {
"id" : reqid,
"call" : api_endpoint,
"params" : params,
"currency" : self.curr_quote,
"item" : self.curr_base
if self.use_tonce():
call["tonce"] = self.get_unique_mirotime()
call["nonce"] = self.get_unique_mirotime()
call = json.dumps(call)
# pylint: disable=E1101
sign =, call, hashlib.sha512).digest()
signedcall = key.replace("-", "").decode("hex") + sign + call
self.debug("### (socket) calling %s" % api_endpoint)
"op" : "call",
"call" : base64.b64encode(signedcall),
"id" : reqid,
"context" : ""
def send_order_add(self, typ, price, volume):
"""send an order"""
reqid = "order_add:%s:%d:%d" % (typ, price, volume)
if price > 0:
params = {"type": typ, "price_int": price, "amount_int": volume}
params = {"type": typ, "amount_int": volume}
if self.use_http():
api = "%s%s/money/order/add" % (self.curr_base , self.curr_quote)
self.enqueue_http_request(api, params, reqid)
api = "order/add"
self.send_signed_call(api, params, reqid)
def send_order_cancel(self, oid):
"""cancel an order"""
params = {"oid": oid}
reqid = "order_cancel:%s" % oid
if self.use_http():
api = "money/order/cancel"
self.enqueue_http_request(api, params, reqid)
api = "order/cancel"
self.send_signed_call(api, params, reqid)
def on_idkey_received(self, data):
"""id key was received, subscribe to private channel"""
self.send(json.dumps({"op":"mtgox.subscribe", "key":data}))
def slot_timer(self, _sender, _data):
"""check timeout (last received, dead socket?)"""
if self.connected:
if time.time() - self._time_last_received > 60:
self.debug("### did not receive anything for a long time, disconnecting.")
self.connected = False
if time.time() - self._time_last_subscribed > 1800:
# sometimes after running for a few hours it
# will lose some of the subscriptons for no
# obvious reason. I've seen it losing the trades
# and the lag channel channel already, and maybe
# even others. Simply subscribing again completely
# fixes this condition. For this reason we renew
# all channel subscriptions once every hour.
self.debug("### refreshing channel subscriptions")
class WebsocketClient(BaseClient):
"""this implements a connection to MtGox through the websocket protocol."""
def __init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config):
BaseClient.__init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config)
self.hostname = WEBSOCKET_HOST
def _recv_thread_func(self):
"""connect to the websocket and start receiving in an infinite loop.
Try to reconnect whenever connection is lost. Each received json
string will be dispatched with a signal_recv signal"""
reconnect_time = 1
use_ssl = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
wsp = {True: "wss://", False: "ws://"}[use_ssl]
port = {True: 443, False: 80}[use_ssl]
ws_origin = "%s:%d" % (self.hostname, port)
ws_headers = ["User-Agent: %s" % USER_AGENT]
while not self._terminating: #loop 0 (connect, reconnect)
# channels separated by "/", wildcards allowed. Available
# channels see here:
# example: ws://
# the trades and lag channel will be subscribed after connect
sym = "%s%s" % (self.curr_base, self.curr_quote)
ws_url = "%s%s?Channel=depth.%s/ticker.%s" % \
(wsp, self.hostname, sym, sym)
ws_url = "%s%s?Channel=ticker.%s" % \
(wsp, self.hostname, sym)
self.debug("### trying plain old Websocket: %s ... " % ws_url)
self.socket = websocket.WebSocket()
# The server is somewhat picky when it comes to the exact
# host:port syntax of the origin header, so I am supplying
# my own origin header instead of the auto-generated one
self.socket.connect(ws_url, origin=ws_origin, header=ws_headers)
self._time_last_received = time.time()
self.connected = True
self.debug("### connected, subscribing needed channels")
self.debug("### waiting for data...")
self.signal_connected(self, None)
while not self._terminating: #loop1 (read messages)
str_json = self.socket.recv()
self._time_last_received = time.time()
if str_json[0] == "{":
self.signal_recv(self, (str_json))
except Exception as exc:
self.connected = False
self.signal_disconnected(self, None)
if not self._terminating:
self.debug("### ", exc.__class__.__name__, exc,
"reconnecting in %i seconds..." % reconnect_time)
if self.socket:
def send(self, json_str):
"""send the json encoded string over the websocket"""
class SocketIO(websocket.WebSocket):
"""This is the WebSocket() class with added Super Cow Powers. It has a
different connect method so that it can connect to It will do
the initial HTTP request with keep-alive and then use that same socket
to upgrade to websocket"""
def __init__(self, get_mask_key = None):
websocket.WebSocket.__init__(self, get_mask_key)
def connect(self, url, **options):
"""connect to socketio and then upgrade to websocket transport. Example:
connect('wss://', query='Currency=EUR')"""
def read_block(sock):
"""read from the socket until empty line, return list of lines"""
lines = []
line = ""
while True:
res = sock.recv(1)
line += res
if res == "":
return None
if res == "\n":
line = line.strip()
if line == "":
return lines
line = ""
# pylint: disable=W0212
hostname, port, resource, is_secure = websocket._parse_url(url)
self.sock.connect((hostname, port))
if is_secure:
self.io_sock = websocket._SSLSocketWrapper(self.sock)
path_a = resource
if "query" in options:
path_a += "?" + options["query"]
self.io_sock.send("GET %s HTTP/1.1\r\n" % path_a)
self.io_sock.send("Host: %s:%d\r\n" % (hostname, port))
self.io_sock.send("User-Agent: %s\r\n" % USER_AGENT)
self.io_sock.send("Accept: text/plain\r\n")
self.io_sock.send("Connection: keep-alive\r\n")
headers = read_block(self.io_sock)
if not headers:
raise IOError("disconnected while reading headers")
if not "200" in headers[0]:
raise IOError("wrong answer: %s" % headers[0])
result = read_block(self.io_sock)
if not result:
raise IOError("disconnected while reading socketio session ID")
if len(result) != 3:
raise IOError("invalid response from server")
ws_id = result[1].split(":")[0]
resource = "%s/websocket/%s" % (resource, ws_id)
if "query" in options:
resource = "%s?%s" % (resource, options["query"])
# now continue with the normal websocket GET and upgrade request
self._handshake(hostname, port, resource, **options)
class PubnubClient(BaseClient):
""""This implements the pubnub client. This client cannot send trade
requests over the streamin API, therefore all interaction with MtGox has
to happen through http(s) api, this client will enforce this flag to be
set automatically."""
def __init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config):
global FORCE_HTTP_API #pylint: disable=W0603
BaseClient.__init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config)
self._pubnub = None
self._pubnub_priv = None
self._private_thread_started = False
self.stream_sorter = PubnubStreamSorter(
self.config.get_float("pubnub", "stream_sorter_time_window"))
def start(self):
def stop(self):
"""stop the client"""
self._terminating = True
def force_reconnect(self):
self.connected = False
self.signal_disconnected(self, None)
# as long as the _terinating flag is not set
# a hup() will just make them reconnect,
# the same way a network failure would do.
if self._pubnub_priv:
if self._pubnub:
def send(self, _msg):
# can't send with this client,
self.debug("### invalid attempt to use send() with Pubnub client")
def _recv_thread_func(self):
self._pubnub = pubnub_light.PubNub()
CHANNELS['depth.%s%s' % (self.curr_base, self.curr_quote)],
CHANNELS['ticker.%s%s' % (self.curr_base, self.curr_quote)],
CHANNELS['trade.%s' % self.curr_base],
self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
# the following doesn't actually subscribe to the public channels
# in this implementation, it only gets acct info and market data
# and enqueue a request for the pricate channel auth credentials
self.debug("### starting public channel pubnub client")
while not self._terminating:
while not self._terminating:
messages =
self._time_last_received = time.time()
if not self.connected:
self.connected = True
self.signal_connected(self, None)
for _channel, message in messages:
except Exception:
self.debug("### public channel interrupted")
if not self._terminating:
self.debug("### public channel restarting")
self.debug("### public channel thread terminated")
def _recv_private_thread_func(self):
"""thread for receiving the private messages"""
self.debug("### starting private channel pubnub client")
while not self._terminating:
while not self._terminating:
messages =
self._time_last_received = time.time()
for _channel, message in messages:
except Exception:
self.debug("### private channel interrupted")
if not self._terminating:
self.debug("### private channel restarting")
self.debug("### private channel thread terminated")
def _pubnub_receive(self, msg):
"""callback method called by pubnub when a message is received"""
self.signal_recv(self, msg)
self._time_last_received = time.time()
return not self._terminating
def channel_subscribe(self, download_market_data=False):
# no channels to subscribe, this happened in PubNub.__init__ already
if self.secret and self.secret.know_secret():
self.enqueue_http_request("stream/private_get", {}, "idkey")
if download_market_data:
if self.config.get_bool("gox", "load_fulldepth"):
if self.config.get_bool("gox", "load_history"):
self._time_last_subscribed = time.time()
def on_idkey_received(self, data):
if not self._pubnub_priv:
self.debug("### init private pubnub")
self._pubnub_priv = pubnub_light.PubNub()
self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
if not self._private_thread_started:
start_thread(self._recv_private_thread_func, "private channel thread")
self._private_thread_started = True
class PubnubStreamSorter(BaseObject):
"""sort the incoming messages by "stamp" field. This will introduce
a delay but its the only way to get these messages into proper order."""
def __init__(self, delay):
self.delay = delay
self.queue = []
self.terminating = False
self.stat_last = 0
self.stat_bad = 0
self.stat_good = 0
self.signal_pop = Signal()
self.lock = threading.Lock()
def start(self):
"""start the extraction thread"""
start_thread(self._extract_thread_func, "message sorter thread")
self.debug("### initialized stream sorter with %g s time window"
% (self.delay))
def put(self, message):
"""put a message into the queue"""
stamp = int(message["stamp"]) / 1000000.0
# sort it into the existing waiting messages
bisect.insort(self.queue, (stamp, time.time(), message))
def stop(self):
"""terminate the sorter thread"""
self.terminating = True
def _extract_thread_func(self):
"""this thread will permanently pop oldest messages
from the queue after they have stayed delay time in
it and fire signal_pop for each message."""
while not self.terminating:
while self.queue \
and self.queue[0][1] + self.delay < time.time():
(stamp, _received, msg) = self.queue.pop(0)
self._update_statistics(stamp, msg)
self.signal_pop(self, (msg))
def _update_statistics(self, stamp, _msg):
"""collect some statistics and print to log occasionally"""
if stamp < self.stat_last:
self.stat_bad += 1
self.debug("### message late:", self.stat_last - stamp)
self.stat_good += 1
self.stat_last = stamp
if self.stat_good % 2000 == 0:
if self.stat_good + self.stat_bad > 0:
self.debug("### stream sorter: good:%i bad:%i (%g%%)" % \
(self.stat_good, self.stat_bad, \
100.0 * self.stat_bad / (self.stat_bad + self.stat_good)))
class SocketIOClient(BaseClient):
"""this implements a connection to MtGox using the socketIO protocol."""
def __init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config):
BaseClient.__init__(self, curr_base, curr_quote, secret, config)
self.hostname = SOCKETIO_HOST
def _recv_thread_func(self):
"""this is the main thread that is running all the time. It will
connect and then read (blocking) on the socket in an infinite
loop. SocketIO messages ('2::', etc.) are handled here immediately
and all received json strings are dispathed with signal_recv."""
use_ssl = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_ssl")
wsp = {True: "wss://", False: "ws://"}[use_ssl]
while not self._terminating: #loop 0 (connect, reconnect)
url = "%s%s/" % (wsp, self.hostname)
# subscribing depth and ticker through the querystring,
# the trade and lag will be subscribed later after connect
sym = "%s%s" % (self.curr_base, self.curr_quote)
querystring = "Channel=depth.%s/ticker.%s" % (sym, sym)
querystring = "Channel=ticker.%s" % (sym)
self.debug("### trying Socket.IO: %s?%s ..." % (url, querystring))
self.socket = SocketIO()
self.socket.connect(url, query=querystring)
self._time_last_received = time.time()
self.connected = True
self.debug("### connected")
self.debug("### subscribing to channels")
self.debug("### waiting for data...")
self.signal_connected(self, None)
while not self._terminating: #loop1 (read messages)
msg = self.socket.recv()
self._time_last_received = time.time()
if msg == "2::":
#self.debug("### ping -> pong")
prefix = msg[:10]
if prefix == "4::/mtgox:":
str_json = msg[10:]
if str_json[0] == "{":
self.signal_recv(self, (str_json))
except Exception as exc:
self.connected = False
self.signal_disconnected(self, None)
if not self._terminating:
self.debug("### ", exc.__class__.__name__, exc, \
"reconnecting in 1 seconds...")
def send(self, json_str):
"""send a string to the websocket. This method will prepend it
with the 1::/mtgox: that is needed for the protocol
(as opposed to plain websockts) and the underlying websocket
will then do the needed framing on top of that."""
self._try_send_raw("4::/mtgox:" + json_str)
def slot_keepalive_timer(self, _sender, _data):
"""send a keepalive, just to make sure our socket is not dead"""
if self.connected:
#self.debug("### sending keepalive")
# pylint: disable=R0902
class Gox(BaseObject):
"""represents the API of the MtGox exchange. An Instance of this
class will connect to the streaming API, receive live
events, it will emit signals you can hook into for all events,
it has methods to buy and sell"""
def __init__(self, secret, config):
"""initialize the gox API but do not yet connect to it."""
self.signal_depth = Signal()
self.signal_trade = Signal()
self.signal_ticker = Signal()
self.signal_fulldepth = Signal()
self.signal_fullhistory = Signal()
self.signal_wallet = Signal()
self.signal_userorder = Signal()
self.signal_orderlag = Signal()
self.signal_disconnected = Signal() # socket connection lost
self.signal_ready = Signal() # connected and fully initialized
self.signal_order_too_fast = Signal() # don't use that
self.strategies = weakref.WeakValueDictionary()
# the following are not fired by gox itself but by the
# application controlling it to pass some of its events
self.signal_keypress = Signal()
self.signal_strategy_unload = Signal()
self._idkey = ""
self.wallet = {}
self.trade_fee = 0 # percent (float, for example 0.6 means 0.6%)
self.monthly_volume = 0 # BTC (satoshi int)
self.order_lag = 0 # microseconds
self.socket_lag = 0 # microseconds
self.last_tid = 0
self.count_submitted = 0 # number of submitted orders not yet acked
self.msg = {} # the incoming message that is currently processed
# the following will be set to true once the information
# has been received after connect, once all thes flags are
# true it will emit the signal_connected.
self.ready_idkey = False
self.ready_info = False
self._was_disconnected = True
self.config = config
self.curr_base = config.get_string("gox", "base_currency")
self.curr_quote = config.get_string("gox", "quote_currency")
self.currency = self.curr_quote # deprecated, use curr_quote instead
# these are needed for conversion from/to intereger, float, string
if self.curr_quote in "JPY SEK":
self.mult_quote = 1e3
self.format_quote = "%12.3f"
self.mult_quote = 1e5
self.format_quote = "%12.5f"
self.mult_base = 1e8
self.format_base = "%16.8f"
timeframe = 60 * config.get_int("gox", "history_timeframe")
if not timeframe:
timeframe = 60 * 15
self.history = History(self, timeframe)
self.orderbook = OrderBook(self)
use_websocket = self.config.get_bool("gox", "use_plain_old_websocket")
use_pubnub = False
if "socketio" in FORCE_PROTOCOL:
use_websocket = False
if "websocket" in FORCE_PROTOCOL:
use_websocket = True
if "pubnub" in FORCE_PROTOCOL:
use_websocket = False
use_pubnub = True
if use_websocket:
self.client = WebsocketClient(self.curr_base, self.curr_quote, secret, config)
if use_pubnub:
self.client = PubnubClient(self.curr_base, self.curr_quote, secret, config)
self.client = SocketIOClient(self.curr_base, self.curr_quote, secret, config)
self.timer_poll = Timer(120)
def start(self):
"""connect to MtGox and start receiving events."""
self.debug("### starting gox streaming API, trading %s%s" %
(self.curr_base, self.curr_quote))
def stop(self):
"""shutdown the client"""
self.debug("### shutdown...")
def order(self, typ, price, volume):
"""place pending order. If price=0 then it will be filled at market"""
self.count_submitted += 1
self.client.send_order_add(typ, price, volume)
def buy(self, price, volume):
"""new buy order, if price=0 then buy at market"""
self.order("bid", price, volume)
def sell(self, price, volume):
"""new sell order, if price=0 then sell at market"""
self.order("ask", price, volume)
def cancel(self, oid):
"""cancel order"""
def cancel_by_price(self, price):
"""cancel all orders at price"""
for i in reversed(range(len(self.orderbook.owns))):
order = self.orderbook.owns[i]
if order.price == price:
if order.oid != "":
def cancel_by_type(self, typ=None):
"""cancel all orders of type (or all orders if typ=None)"""
for i in reversed(range(len(self.orderbook.owns))):
order = self.orderbook.owns[i]
if typ == None or typ == order.typ:
if order.oid != "":
def base2float(self, int_number):
"""convert base currency values from mtgox integer to float. Base
currency are the coins you are trading (BTC, LTC, etc). Use this method
to convert order volumes (amount of coins) from int to float."""
return float(int_number) / self.mult_base
def base2str(self, int_number):
"""convert base currency values from mtgox integer to formatted string"""
return self.format_base % (float(int_number) / self.mult_base)
def base2int(self, float_number):
"""convert base currency values from float to mtgox integer"""
return int(round(float_number * self.mult_base))
def quote2float(self, int_number):
"""convert quote currency values from mtgox integer to float. Quote
currency is the currency used to quote prices (USD, EUR, etc), use this
method to convert the prices of orders, bid or ask from int to float."""
return float(int_number) / self.mult_quote
def quote2str(self, int_number):
"""convert quote currency values from mtgox integer to formatted string"""
return self.format_quote % (float(int_number) / self.mult_quote)
def quote2int(self, float_number):
"""convert quote currency values from float to mtgox integer"""
return int(round(float_number * self.mult_quote))
def check_connect_ready(self):
"""check if everything that is needed has been downloaded
and emit the connect signal if everything is ready"""
need_no_account = not self.client.secret.know_secret()
need_no_depth = not self.config.get_bool("gox", "load_fulldepth")
need_no_history = not self.config.get_bool("gox", "load_history")
need_no_depth = need_no_depth or FORCE_NO_FULLDEPTH
need_no_history = need_no_history or FORCE_NO_HISTORY
ready_account = \
self.ready_idkey and self.ready_info and self.orderbook.ready_owns
if ready_account or need_no_account:
if self.orderbook.ready_depth or need_no_depth:
if self.history.ready_history or need_no_history:
if self._was_disconnected:
self.signal_ready(self, None)
self._was_disconnected = False
def slot_client_connected(self, _sender, _data):
"""connected to the client"""
def slot_fulldepth_processed(self, _sender, _data):
"""connected to the orderbook"""
def slot_fullhistory_processed(self, _sender, _data):
"""connected to the history"""
def slot_owns_initialized(self, _sender, _data):
"""connected to the orderbook"""
def slot_disconnected(self, _sender, _data):
"""this slot is connected to the client object, all it currently
does is to emit a disconnected signal itself"""
self.ready_idkey = False
self.ready_info = False
self.orderbook.ready_owns = False
self.orderbook.ready_depth = False
self.history.ready_history = False
self._was_disconnected = True
self.signal_disconnected(self, None)
def slot_recv(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""Slot for signal_recv, handle new incoming JSON message. Decode the
JSON string into a Python object and dispatch it to the method that
can handle it."""
(str_json) = data
handler = None
if type(str_json) == dict:
msg = str_json # was already a dict
msg = json.loads(str_json)
self.msg = msg
if "stamp" in msg:
delay = time.time() * 1e6 - int(msg["stamp"])
self.socket_lag = (self.socket_lag * 29 + delay) / 30
if "op" in msg:
msg_op = msg["op"]
handler = getattr(self, "_on_op_" + msg_op)
except AttributeError:
self.debug("slot_recv() ignoring: op=%s" % msg_op)
self.debug("slot_recv() ignoring:", msg)
if handler:
def slot_poll(self, _sender, _data):
"""poll stuff from http in regular intervals, not yet implemented"""
if self.client.secret and self.client.secret.know_secret():
# poll recent own trades
# fixme: how do i do this, whats the api for this?
def slot_history_changed(self, _sender, _data):
"""this is a small optimzation, if we tell the client the time
of the last known candle then it won't fetch full history next time"""
last_candle = self.history.last_candle()
if last_candle:
self.client.history_last_candle = last_candle.tim
def _on_op_error(self, msg):
"""handle error mesages (op:error)"""
self.debug("### _on_op_error()", msg)
def _on_op_subscribe(self, msg):
"""handle subscribe messages (op:subscribe)"""
self.debug("### subscribed channel", msg["channel"])
def _on_op_result(self, msg):
"""handle result of authenticated API call (op:result, id:xxxxxx)"""
result = msg["result"]
reqid = msg["id"]
if reqid == "idkey":
self.debug("### got key, subscribing to account messages")
self._idkey = result
self.ready_idkey = True
elif reqid == "orders":
self.debug("### got own order list")
self.count_submitted = 0
self.debug("### have %d own orders for %s/%s" %
(len(self.orderbook.owns), self.curr_base, self.curr_quote))
elif reqid == "info":
self.debug("### got account info")
gox_wallet = result["Wallets"]
self.wallet = {}
self.monthly_volume = int(result["Monthly_Volume"]["value_int"])
self.trade_fee = float(result["Trade_Fee"])
for currency in gox_wallet:
self.wallet[currency] = int(
self.signal_wallet(self, None)
self.ready_info = True
elif reqid == "order_lag":
lag_usec = result["lag"]
lag_text = result["lag_text"]
self.debug("### got order lag: %s" % lag_text)
self.order_lag = lag_usec
self.signal_orderlag(self, (lag_usec, lag_text))
elif "order_add:" in reqid:
# order/add has been acked and we got an oid, now we can already
# insert a pending order into the owns list (it will be pending
# for a while when the server is busy but the most important thing
# is that we have the order-id already).
parts = reqid.split(":")
typ = parts[1]
price = int(parts[2])
volume = int(parts[3])
oid = result
self.debug("### got ack for order/add:", typ, price, volume, oid)
self.count_submitted -= 1
self.orderbook.add_own(Order(price, volume, typ, oid, "pending"))
elif "order_cancel:" in reqid:
# cancel request has been acked but we won't remove it from our
# own list now because it is still active on the server.
# do nothing now, let things happen in the user_order message
parts = reqid.split(":")
oid = parts[1]
self.debug("### got ack for order/cancel:", oid)
self.debug("### _on_op_result() ignoring:", msg)
def _on_op_private(self, msg):
"""handle op=private messages, these are the messages of the channels
we subscribed (trade, depth, ticker) and also the per-account messages
(user_order, wallet, own trades, etc)"""
private = msg["private"]
handler = None
handler = getattr(self, "_on_op_private_" + private)
except AttributeError:
self.debug("### _on_op_private() ignoring: private=%s" % private)
if handler:
def _on_op_private_ticker(self, msg):
"""handle incoming ticker message (op=private, private=ticker)"""
msg = msg["ticker"]
if msg["sell"]["currency"] != self.curr_quote:
if msg["item"] != self.curr_base:
bid = int(msg["buy"]["value_int"])
ask = int(msg["sell"]["value_int"])
self.debug(" tick: %s %s" % (
self.signal_ticker(self, (bid, ask))
def _on_op_private_depth(self, msg):
"""handle incoming depth message (op=private, private=depth)"""
msg = msg["depth"]
if msg["currency"] != self.curr_quote:
if msg["item"] != self.curr_base:
typ = msg["type_str"]
price = int(msg["price_int"])
volume = int(msg["volume_int"])
timestamp = int(msg["now"])
total_volume = int(msg["total_volume_int"])
delay = time.time() * 1e6 - timestamp
self.debug("depth: %s: %s @ %s total vol: %s (age: %0.2f s)" % (
delay / 1e6
self.signal_depth(self, (typ, price, volume, total_volume))
def _on_op_private_trade(self, msg):
"""handle incoming trade mesage (op=private, private=trade)"""
if msg["trade"]["price_currency"] != self.curr_quote:
if msg["trade"]["item"] != self.curr_base:
if msg["channel"] == CHANNELS["trade.%s" % self.curr_base]:
own = False
own = True
date = int(msg["trade"]["date"])
price = int(msg["trade"]["price_int"])
volume = int(msg["trade"]["amount_int"])
typ = msg["trade"]["trade_type"]
if own:
self.debug("trade: %s: %s @ %s (own order filled)" % (
# send another private/info request because the fee might have
# changed. We request it a minute later because the server
# seems to need some time until the new values are available.
self.debug("trade: %s: %s @ %s" % (
self.signal_trade(self, (date, price, volume, typ, own))
def _on_op_private_user_order(self, msg):
"""handle incoming user_order message (op=private, private=user_order)"""
order = msg["user_order"]
oid = order["oid"]
# there exist 3 fundamentally different types of user_order messages,
# they differ in the presence or absence of certain parts of the message
if "status" in order:
# these are limit orders or market orders (new or updated).
# we also need to check whether they belong to our own gox instance,
# since they contain currency this is easy, we compare the currency
# and simply ignore mesages for all unrelated currencies.
if order["currency"] == self.curr_quote and order["item"] == self.curr_base:
volume = int(order["amount"]["value_int"])
typ = order["type"]
status = order["status"]
if "price" in order:
# these are limit orders (new or updated)
price = int(order["price"]["value_int"])
# these are market orders (new or updated)
price = 0
self.signal_userorder(self, (price, volume, typ, oid, status))
# these are remove messages (cancel or fill)
# here it is a bit more expensive to check whether they belong to
# this gox instance, they don't carry any other useful data besides
# the order id and the remove reason but since a remove message can
# only affect us if the oid is in the owns list already we just
# ask the orderbook instance whether it knows about this order
# and ignore all the ones that have unknown oid
if self.orderbook.have_own_oid(oid):
# they don't contain a status field either, so we make up
# our own status string to make it more useful. It will
# be "removed:" followed by the reason. Possible reasons are:
# "requested", "completed_passive", "completed_active"
# so for example a cancel would be "removed:requested"
# and a limit order fill would be "removed:completed_passive".
status = "removed:" + order["reason"]
self.signal_userorder(self, (0, 0, "", oid, status))
def _on_op_private_wallet(self, msg):
"""handle incoming wallet message (op=private, private=wallet)"""
balance = msg["wallet"]["balance"]
currency = balance["currency"]
total = int(balance["value_int"])
self.wallet[currency] = total
self.signal_wallet(self, None)
def _on_op_private_lag(self, msg):
"""handle the lag message"""
self.order_lag = int(msg["lag"]["age"])
if self.order_lag < 60000000:
text = "%0.3f s" % (int(self.order_lag / 1000) / 1000.0)
text = "%d s" % (int(self.order_lag / 1000000))
self.signal_orderlag(self, (self.order_lag, text))
def _on_op_remark(self, msg):
"""handler for op=remark messages"""
if "success" in msg and not msg["success"]:
if msg["message"] == "Invalid call":
elif msg["message"] == "Order not found":
elif msg["message"] == "Order amount is too low":
elif "Too many orders placed" in msg["message"]:
# we should log this, helps with debugging
def _on_invalid_call(self, msg):
"""this comes as an op=remark message and is a strange mystery"""
# Workaround: Maybe a bug in their server software,
# I don't know what's missing. Its all poorly documented :-(
# Sometimes some API calls fail the first time for no reason,
# if this happens just send them again. This happens only
# somtimes (10%) and sending them again will eventually succeed.
if msg["id"] == "idkey":
self.debug("### resending private/idkey")
"private/idkey", {}, "idkey")
elif msg["id"] == "info":
self.debug("### resending private/info")
"private/info", {}, "info")
elif msg["id"] == "orders":
self.debug("### resending private/orders")
"private/orders", {}, "orders")
elif "order_add:" in msg["id"]:
parts = msg["id"].split(":")
typ = parts[1]
price = int(parts[2])
volume = int(parts[3])
self.debug("### resending failed", msg["id"])
self.client.send_order_add(typ, price, volume)
elif "order_cancel:" in msg["id"]:
parts = msg["id"].split(":")
oid = parts[1]
self.debug("### resending failed", msg["id"])
self.debug("### _on_invalid_call() ignoring:", msg)
def _on_order_not_found(self, msg):
"""this means we have sent order/cancel with non-existing oid"""
parts = msg["id"].split(":")
oid = parts[1]
self.debug("### got 'Order not found' for", oid)
# we are now going to fake a user_order message (the one we
# obviously missed earlier) that will have the effect of
# removing the order cleanly.
fakemsg = {"user_order": {"oid": oid, "reason": "requested"}}
def _on_order_amount_too_low(self, _msg):
"""we received an order_amount too low message."""
self.debug("### Server said: 'Order amount is too low'")
self.count_submitted -= 1
def _on_too_many_orders(self, msg):
"""server complains too many orders were placd too fast"""
self.debug("### Server said: '%s" % msg["message"])
self.count_submitted -= 1
self.signal_order_too_fast(self, msg)
class Level:
"""represents a level in the orderbook"""
def __init__(self, price, volume):
self.price = price
self.volume = volume
self.own_volume = 0
# these fields are only used to store temporary cache values
# in some (not all!) levels and is calculated by the OrderBook
# on demand, do not access this, use get_total_up_to() instead!
self._cache_total_vol = 0
self._cache_total_vol_quote = 0
class Order:
"""represents an order"""
def __init__(self, price, volume, typ, oid="", status=""):
"""initialize a new order object"""
self.price = price
self.volume = volume
self.typ = typ
self.oid = oid
self.status = status
class OrderBook(BaseObject):
"""represents the orderbook. Each Gox instance has one
instance of OrderBook to maintain the open orders. This also
maintains a list of own orders belonging to this account"""
def __init__(self, gox):
"""create a new empty orderbook and associate it with its
Gox instance, initialize it and connect its slots to gox"""
self.gox = gox
self.signal_changed = Signal()
"""orderbook state has changed
param: None
an update to the state of the orderbook happened, this is emitted very
often, it happens after every depth message, after every trade and
also after every user_order message. This signal is for example used
in to repaint the user interface of the orderbook window."""
self.signal_fulldepth_processed = Signal()
"""fulldepth download is complete
param: None
The orderbook (fulldepth) has been downloaded from the server.
This happens soon after connect."""
self.signal_owns_initialized = Signal()
"""own order list has been initialized
param: None
The owns list has been initialized. This happens soon after connect
after it has downloaded the authoritative list of pending and open
orders. This will also happen if it reinitialized after lost connection."""
self.signal_owns_changed = Signal()
"""owns list has changed
param: None
an update to the owns list has happened, this can be order added,
removed or filled, status or volume of an order changed. For specific
changes to individual orders see the signal_own_* signals below."""
self.signal_own_added = Signal()
"""order was added
param: (order)
order is a reference to the Order() instance
This signal will be emitted whenever a new order is added to
the owns list. Orders will initially have status "pending" and
some time later there will be signal_own_opened when the status
changed to open."""
self.signal_own_removed = Signal()
"""order has been removed
param: (order, reason)
order is a reference to the Order() instance
reason is a string that can have the following values:
"requested" order was canceled
"completed_passive" limit order was filled completely
"completed_active" market order was filled completely
Bots will probably be interested in this signal because this is a
reliable way to determine that a trade has fully completed because the
trade signal alone won't tell you whether its partial or complete"""
self.signal_own_opened = Signal()
"""order status went to "open"
param: (order)
order is a reference to the Order() instance
when the order changes from 'post-pending' to 'open' then this
signal will be emitted. It won't be emitted for market orders because
market orders can't have an "open" status, they never move beyond
"executing", they just execute and emit volume and removed signals."""
self.signal_own_volume = Signal()
"""order volume changed (partial fill)
param: (order, voldiff)
order is a reference to the Order() instance
voldiff is the differenc in volume, so for a partial or a complete fill
it would contain a negative value (integer number of satoshi) of the
difference between now and the previous volume. This signal is always
emitted when an order is filled or partially filled, it can be emitted
multiple times just like the trade messages. It will be emitted for
all types of orders. The last volume signal that finally brouhgt the
remaining order volume down to zero will be immediately followed by
a removed signal."""
self.bids = [] # list of Level(), lowest ask first
self.asks = [] # list of Level(), highest bid first
self.owns = [] # list of Order(), unordered list = 0
self.ask = 0
self.total_bid = 0
self.total_ask = 0
self.ready_depth = False
self.ready_owns = False
self.last_change_type = None # ("bid", "ask", None) this can be used
self.last_change_price = 0 # for highlighting relative changes
self.last_change_volume = 0 # of orderbook levels in
self._valid_bid_cache = -1 # index of bid with valid _cache_total_vol
self._valid_ask_cache = -1 # index of ask with valid _cache_total_vol
def slot_ticker(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""Slot for signal_ticker, incoming ticker message"""
(bid, ask) = data = bid
self.ask = ask
self.last_change_type = None
self.last_change_price = 0
self.last_change_volume = 0
self.signal_changed(self, None)
def slot_depth(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""Slot for signal_depth, process incoming depth message"""
(typ, price, _voldiff, total_vol) = data
if self._update_book(typ, price, total_vol):
self.signal_changed(self, None)
def slot_trade(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""Slot for signal_trade event, process incoming trade messages.
For trades that also affect own orders this will be called twice:
once during the normal public trade message, affecting the public
bids and asks and then another time with own=True to update our
own orders list"""
(dummy_date, price, volume, typ, own) = data
if own:
# nothing special to do here (yet), there will also be
# separate user_order messages to update my owns list
# and a copy of this trade message in the public channel
# we update the orderbook. We could also wait for the depth
# message but we update the orderbook immediately.
voldiff = -volume
if typ == "bid": # tryde_type=bid means an ask order was filled
if len(self.asks):
if self.asks[0].price == price:
self.asks[0].volume -= volume
if self.asks[0].volume <= 0:
voldiff -= self.asks[0].volume
self.last_change_type = "ask" #the asks have changed
self.last_change_price = price
self.last_change_volume = voldiff
self._valid_ask_cache = -1
if len(self.asks):
self.ask = self.asks[0].price
if typ == "ask": # trade_type=ask means a bid order was filled
if len(self.bids):
if self.bids[0].price == price:
self.bids[0].volume -= volume
if self.bids[0].volume <= 0:
voldiff -= self.bids[0].volume
self.last_change_type = "bid" #the bids have changed
self.last_change_price = price
self.last_change_volume = voldiff
self._update_total_bid(voldiff, price)
self._valid_bid_cache = -1
if len(self.bids): = self.bids[0].price
self.signal_changed(self, None)
def slot_user_order(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""Slot for signal_userorder, process incoming user_order mesage"""
(price, volume, typ, oid, status) = data
found = False
removed = False # was the order removed?
opened = False # did the order change from 'post-pending' to 'open'"?
voldiff = 0 # did the order volume change (full or partial fill)
if "executing" in status:
# don't need this status at all
if "post-pending" in status:
# don't need this status at all
if "removed" in status:
for i in range(len(self.owns)):
if self.owns[i].oid == oid:
order = self.owns[i]
# work around MtGox strangeness:
# for some reason it will send a "completed_passive"
# immediately followed by a "completed_active" when a
# market order is filled and removed. Since "completed_passive"
# is meant for limit orders only we will just completely
# IGNORE all "completed_passive" if it affects a market order,
# there WILL follow a "completed_active" immediately after.
if order.price == 0:
if "passive" in status:
# ignore it, the correct one with
# "active" will follow soon
"### removing order %s " % oid,
"price:", self.gox.quote2str(order.price),
"type:", order.typ)
# remove it from owns...
# ...and update own volume cache in the bids or asks
self.get_own_volume_at(order.price, order.typ)
removed = True
for order in self.owns:
if order.oid == oid:
found = True
"### updating order %s " % oid,
"volume:", self.gox.base2str(volume),
"status:", status)
voldiff = volume - order.volume
opened = (order.status != "open" and status == "open")
order.volume = volume
order.status = status
if not found:
# This can happen if we added the order with a different
# application or the gox server sent the user_order message
# before the reply to "order/add" (this can happen because
# actually there is no guarantee which one arrives first).
# We will treat this like a reply to "order/add"
self.add_own(Order(price, volume, typ, oid, status))
# The add_own() method has handled everything that was needed
# for new orders and also emitted all signals already, we
# can immediately return here because the job is done.
# update level own volume cache
typ, price, self.get_own_volume_at(price, typ))
# We try to help the strategy with tracking the orders as good
# as we can by sending different signals for different events.
if removed:
reason = self.gox.msg["user_order"]["reason"]
self.signal_own_removed(self, (order, reason))
if opened:
self.signal_own_opened(self, (order))
if voldiff:
self.signal_own_volume(self, (order, voldiff))
self.signal_changed(self, None)
self.signal_owns_changed(self, None)
def slot_fulldepth(self, dummy_sender, data):
"""Slot for signal_fulldepth, process received fulldepth data.
This will clear the book and then re-initialize it from scratch."""
(depth) = data
self.debug("### got full depth, updating orderbook...")
self.bids = []
self.asks = []
self.total_ask = 0
self.total_bid = 0
if "error" in depth:
self.debug("### ", depth["error"])
for order in depth["data"]["asks"]:
price = int(order["price_int"])
volume = int(order["amount_int"])
self.asks.append(Level(price, volume))
for order in depth["data"]["bids"]:
price = int(order["price_int"])
volume = int(order["amount_int"])
self._update_total_bid(volume, price)
self.bids.insert(0, Level(price, volume))
# update own volume cache
for order in self.owns:
order.typ, order.price, self.get_own_volume_at(order.price, order.typ))
if len(self.bids): = self.bids[0].price
if len(self.asks):
self.ask = self.asks[0].price
self._valid_ask_cache = -1
self._valid_bid_cache = -1
self.ready_depth = True
self.signal_fulldepth_processed(self, None)
self.signal_changed(self, None)
def _repair_crossed_bids(self, bid):
"""remove all bids that are higher that official current bid value,
this should actually never be necessary if their feed would not
eat depth- and trade-messages occaionally :-("""
while len(self.bids) and self.bids[0].price > bid:
price = self.bids[0].price
volume = self.bids[0].volume
self._update_total_bid(-volume, price)
self._valid_bid_cache = -1
#self.debug("### repaired bid")
def _repair_crossed_asks(self, ask):
"""remove all asks that are lower that official current ask value,
this should actually never be necessary if their feed would not
eat depth- and trade-messages occaionally :-("""
while len(self.asks) and self.asks[0].price < ask:
volume = self.asks[0].volume
self._valid_ask_cache = -1
#self.debug("### repaired ask")
def _update_book(self, typ, price, total_vol):
"""update the bids or asks list, insert or remove level and
also update all other stuff that needs to be tracked such as
total volumes and invalidate the total volume cache index.
Return True if book has changed, return False otherwise"""
(lst, index, level) = self._find_level(typ, price)
if total_vol == 0:
if level == None:
return False
voldiff = -level.volume
if level == None:
voldiff = total_vol
level = Level(price, total_vol)
lst.insert(index, level)
voldiff = total_vol - level.volume
if voldiff == 0:
return False
level.volume = total_vol
# now keep all the other stuff in sync with it
self.last_change_type = typ
self.last_change_price = price
self.last_change_volume = voldiff
if typ == "ask":
if len(self.asks):
self.ask = self.asks[0].price
self._valid_ask_cache = min(self._valid_ask_cache, index - 1)
self._update_total_bid(voldiff, price)
if len(self.bids): = self.bids[0].price
self._valid_bid_cache = min(self._valid_bid_cache, index - 1)
return True
def _update_total_ask(self, volume):
"""update total volume of base currency on the ask side"""
self.total_ask += self.gox.base2float(volume)
def _update_total_bid(self, volume, price):
"""update total volume of quote currency on the bid side"""
self.total_bid += \
self.gox.base2float(volume) * self.gox.quote2float(price)
def _update_level_own_volume(self, typ, price, own_volume):
"""update the own_volume cache in the Level object at price"""
if price == 0:
# market orders have price == 0, we don't add them
# to the orderbook, own_volume is meant for limit orders.
# Also a price level of 0 makes no sense anyways, this
# would only insert empty rows at price=0 into the book
(index, level) = self._find_level_or_insert_new(typ, price)
if level.volume == 0 and own_volume == 0:
if typ == "ask":
level.own_volume = own_volume
def _find_level(self, typ, price):
"""find the level in the orderbook and return a triple
(list, index, level) where list is a reference to the list,
index is the index if its an exact match or the index of the next
element if it was not found (can be used for inserting) and level
is either a reference to the found level or None if not found."""
lst = {"ask": self.asks, "bid": self.bids}[typ]
comp = {"ask": lambda x, y: x < y, "bid": lambda x, y: x > y}[typ]
low = 0
high = len(lst)
# binary search
while low < high:
mid = (low + high) // 2
midval = lst[mid].price
if comp(midval, price):
low = mid + 1
elif comp(price, midval):
high = mid
return (lst, mid, lst[mid])
# not found, return insertion point (index of next higher level)
return (lst, high, None)
def _find_level_or_insert_new(self, typ, price):
"""find the Level() object in bids or asks or insert a new
Level() at the correct position. Returns tuple (index, level)"""
(lst, index, level) = self._find_level(typ, price)
if level:
return (index, level)
# no exact match found, create new Level() and insert
level = Level(price, 0)
lst.insert(index, level)
# invalidate the total volume cache at and beyond this level
if typ == "ask":
self._valid_ask_cache = min(self._valid_ask_cache, index - 1)
self._valid_bid_cache = min(self._valid_bid_cache, index - 1)
return (index, level)
def get_own_volume_at(self, price, typ=None):
"""returns the sum of the volume of own orders at a given price. This
method will not look up the cache in the bids or asks lists, it will
use the authoritative data from the owns list bacause this method is
also used to calculate these cached values in the first place."""
volume = 0
for order in self.owns:
if order.price == price and (not typ or typ == order.typ):
volume += order.volume
return volume
def have_own_oid(self, oid):
"""do we have an own order with this oid in our list already?"""
for order in self.owns:
if order.oid == oid:
return True
return False
# pylint: disable=W0212
def get_total_up_to(self, price, is_ask):
"""return a tuple of the total volume in coins and in fiat between top
and this price. This will calculate the total on demand, it has a cache
to not repeat the same calculations more often than absolutely needed"""
if is_ask:
lst = self.asks
known_level = self._valid_ask_cache
comp = lambda x, y: x < y
lst = self.bids
known_level = self._valid_bid_cache
comp = lambda x, y: x > y
# now first we need the list index of the level we are looking for or
# if it doesn't match exactly the index of the level right before that
# price, for this we do a quick binary search for the price
low = 0
high = len(lst)
while low < high:
mid = (low + high) // 2
midval = lst[mid].price
if comp(midval, price):
low = mid + 1
elif comp(price, midval):
high = mid
if comp(price, midval):
needed_level = mid - 1
needed_level = mid
# if the total volume at this level has been calculated
# already earlier then we don't need to do anything further,
# we can immediately return the cached value from that level.
if needed_level <= known_level:
lvl = lst[needed_level]
return (lvl._cache_total_vol, lvl._cache_total_vol_quote)
# we are still here, this means we must calculate and update
# all totals in all levels between last_known and needed_level
# after that is done we can return the total at needed_level.
if known_level == -1:
total = 0
total_quote = 0
total = lst[known_level]._cache_total_vol
total_quote = lst[known_level]._cache_total_vol_quote
mult_base = self.gox.mult_base
for i in range(known_level, needed_level):
that = lst[i+1]
total += that.volume
total_quote += that.volume * that.price / mult_base
that._cache_total_vol = total
that._cache_total_vol_quote = total_quote
if is_ask:
self._valid_ask_cache = needed_level
self._valid_bid_cache = needed_level
return (total, total_quote)
def init_own(self, own_orders):
"""called by gox when the initial order list is downloaded,
this will happen after connect or reconnect"""
self.owns = []
# also reset the own volume cache in bids and ass list
for level in self.bids + self.asks:
level.own_volume = 0
if own_orders:
for order in own_orders:
if order["currency"] == self.gox.curr_quote \
and order["item"] == self.gox.curr_base:
self.ready_owns = True
self.signal_changed(self, None)
self.signal_owns_initialized(self, None)
self.signal_owns_changed(self, None)
def add_own(self, order):
"""called by gox when a new order has been acked after it has been
submitted or after a receiving a user_order message for a new order.
This is a separate method from _add_own because we additionally need
to fire the a bunch of signals when this happens"""
if not self.have_own_oid(order.oid):
self.debug("### adding order:",
order.typ, order.price, order.volume, order.oid)
self.signal_own_added(self, (order))
self.signal_changed(self, None)
self.signal_owns_changed(self, None)
def _add_own(self, order):
"""add order to the list of own orders. This method is used during
initial download of complete order list."""
if not self.have_own_oid(order.oid):
# update own volume in that level:
self.get_own_volume_at(order.price, order.typ)