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# (C) Copyright 2003, 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
# (C) Copyright 2006, 2007 Novell, Inc.
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as
# published by the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# Lesser General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
# Author: Tim Potter <>
# Author: Bart Whiteley <>
Subclasses of builtin Python types to remember CIM types. This is
necessary as we need to remember whether an integer property is a
uint8, uint16, uint32 etc, while still being able to treat it as a
from datetime import tzinfo, datetime, timedelta
import re
class MinutesFromUTC(tzinfo):
"""Fixed offset in minutes from UTC."""
def __init__(self, offset):
self.__offset = timedelta(minutes = offset)
def utcoffset(self, dt):
return self.__offset
def dst(self, dt):
return timedelta(0)
class CIMType(object):
"""Base type for all CIM types."""
class CIMDateTime(CIMType) :
"""A CIM DateTime."""
def __init__(self, dtarg):
"""Construct a new CIMDateTime
dtarg -- Can be a string in CIM datetime format, a datetime.datetime,
or a datetime.timedelta.
self.cimtype = 'datetime'
self.__timedelta = None
self.__datetime = None
if isinstance(dtarg, basestring):
date_pattern = re.compile(r'^(\d{4})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})\.(\d{6})([+|-])(\d{3})')
s =
if s is not None:
g = s.groups()
offset = int(g[8])
if g[7] == '-':
offset = -offset
self.__datetime = datetime(int(g[0]), int(g[1]),
int(g[2]), int(g[3]),
int(g[4]), int(g[5]),
int(g[6]), MinutesFromUTC(offset))
tv_pattern = re.compile(r'^(\d{8})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})\.(\d{6})(:)(000)')
s =
if s is None:
raise ValueError('Invalid Datetime format "%s"' % dtarg)
g = s.groups()
self.__timedelta = timedelta(days=int(g[0]),
elif isinstance(dtarg, datetime):
self.__datetime = dtarg;
elif isinstance(dtarg, timedelta):
self.__timedelta = dtarg
elif isinstance(dtarg, CIMDateTime):
self.__datetime = dtarg.__datetime
self.__timedelta = dtarg.__timedelta
raise ValueError('Expected datetime, timedelta, or string')
def minutes_from_utc(self):
"""Return the timezone as +/- minutes from UTC"""
offset = 0
if self.__datetime is not None and \
self.__datetime.utcoffset() is not None:
offset = self.__datetime.utcoffset().seconds / 60
if self.__datetime.utcoffset().days == -1:
offset = -(60*24 - offset)
return offset
def datetime(self):
return self.__datetime
def timedelta(self):
return self.__timedelta
def is_interval(self):
return self.__timedelta is not None
def get_local_utcoffset():
"""Return minutes +/- UTC for the local timezone"""
utc = datetime.utcnow()
local =
if local < utc:
return - int(float((utc - local).seconds) / 60 + .5)
return int(float((local - utc).seconds) / 60 + .5)
def now(cls, tzi=None):
if tzi is None:
tzi = MinutesFromUTC(cls.get_local_utcoffset())
return cls(
def fromtimestamp(cls, ts, tzi=None):
if tzi is None:
tzi = MinutesFromUTC(cls.get_local_utcoffset())
return cls(datetime.fromtimestamp(ts, tzi))
def __str__ (self):
if self.is_interval:
hour = self.__timedelta.seconds / 3600
minute = (self.__timedelta.seconds - hour * 3600) / 60
second = self.__timedelta.seconds - hour * 3600 - minute * 60
return '%08d%02d%02d%02d.%06d:000' % \
(self.__timedelta.days, hour, minute, second,
offset = self.minutes_from_utc
sign = '+'
if offset < 0:
sign = '-'
offset = -offset
return '%d%02d%02d%02d%02d%02d.%06d%s%03d' % \
(self.__datetime.year, self.__datetime.month,, self.__datetime.hour,
self.__datetime.minute, self.__datetime.second,
self.__datetime.microsecond, sign, offset)
def __repr__ (self):
return '%s(%s)'%(self.__class__.__name__, `str(self)`)
def __getstate__(self):
return str(self)
def __setstate__(self, arg):
def __cmp__(self, other):
if self is other:
return 0
elif not isinstance(other, CIMDateTime):
return 1
return (cmp(self.__datetime, other.__datetime) or
cmp(self.__timedelta, other.__timedelta))
# CIM integer types
class CIMInt(CIMType, long):
class Uint8(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'uint8'
class Sint8(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'sint8'
class Uint16(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'uint16'
class Sint16(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'sint16'
class Uint32(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'uint32'
class Sint32(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'sint32'
class Uint64(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'uint64'
class Sint64(CIMInt):
cimtype = 'sint64'
# CIM float types
class CIMFloat(CIMType, float):
class Real32(CIMFloat):
cimtype = 'real32'
class Real64(CIMFloat):
cimtype = 'real64'
def cimtype(obj):
"""Return the CIM type name of an object as a string. For a list, the
type is the type of the first element as CIM arrays must be
if isinstance(obj, CIMType):
return obj.cimtype
if isinstance(obj, bool):
return 'boolean'
if isinstance(obj, (str, unicode)):
return 'string'
if isinstance(obj, list):
return cimtype(obj[0])
if isinstance(obj, (datetime, timedelta)):
return 'datetime'
raise TypeError("Invalid CIM type for %s" % str(obj))
def atomic_to_cim_xml(obj):
"""Convert an atomic type to CIM external form"""
if isinstance(obj, bool):
if obj:
return "true"
return "false"
elif isinstance(obj, CIMDateTime):
return unicode(obj)
elif isinstance(obj, datetime):
return unicode(CIMDateTime(obj))
elif obj is None:
return obj
elif cimtype(obj) == 'real32':
return u'%.8E' % obj
elif cimtype(obj) == 'real64':
return u'%.16E' % obj
return unicode(obj)