Source code for sertit.misc

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""" Miscellaneous Tools """

import logging
import os
import pprint
import subprocess
import sys
from contextlib import contextmanager
from enum import Enum, unique
from typing import Any, Union

from cloudpathlib import AnyPath

from sertit.logs import SU_NAME
from sertit.types import AnyPathStrType

LOGGER = logging.getLogger(SU_NAME)

[docs]@unique class ListEnum(Enum): """ List Enum (enum with function listing names and values) .. code-block:: python >>> @unique >>> class TsxPolarization(ListEnum): >>> SINGLE = "S" # Single >>> DUAL = "D" # Dual >>> QUAD = "Q" # Quad >>> TWIN = "T" # Twin """
[docs] @classmethod def list_values(cls) -> list: """ Get the value list of this enum .. code-block:: python >>> TsxPolarization.list_values() ["S", "D", "Q", "T"] """ return list(map(lambda c: c.value, cls))
[docs] @classmethod def list_names(cls) -> list: """ Get the name list of this enum: .. code-block:: python >>> TsxPolarization.list_values() ["SINGLE", "DUAL", "QUAD", "TWIN"] """ return list(map(lambda c:, cls))
[docs] @classmethod def from_value(cls, val: Any) -> "ListEnum": """ Get the enum class from its value: .. code-block:: python >>> TsxPolarization.from_value("Q") <TsxPolarization.QUAD: 'Q'> Args: val (Any): Value of the Enum Returns: ListEnum: Enum with value """ if isinstance(val, cls): val = val.value try: return next(enum for enum in cls if enum.value == val) except StopIteration as ex: raise ValueError(f"Non existing {val} in {cls.list_values()}") from ex
[docs] @classmethod def convert_from(cls, to_convert: Union[list, str]) -> list: """ Convert from a list or a string to an enum instance .. code-block:: python >>> TsxPolarization.convert_from(["SINGLE", "S", TsxPolarization.QUAD]) [<TsxPolarization.SINGLE: 'S'>, <TsxPolarization.SINGLE: 'S'>, <TsxPolarization.QUAD: 'Q'>] Args: to_convert (Union[list, str]): List or string to convert into an enum instance Returns: list: Converted list """ if not isinstance(to_convert, list): to_convert = [to_convert] enums = [] for tc in to_convert: if tc in cls.list_values(): enums.append(cls.from_value(tc)) elif tc in cls.list_names(): enums.append(getattr(cls, tc)) elif isinstance(tc, cls): enums.append(tc) else: raise TypeError( f"Invalid name {tc}, " f"should be chosen among {cls.list_values()} or {cls.list_names()}" ) return enums
[docs]def unique(sequence: list): """ Keep only unique values from a . Option to preserve the original order of the list. Args: sequence (list): List from which to keep only the Returns: list: List containing only unique values """ return list(dict.fromkeys(sequence))
[docs]def remove_empty_values(list_with_empty_values: list) -> list: """ Remove empty values from list: .. code-block:: python >>> lst = ["A", "T", "R", "", 3, None] >>> list_to_dict(lst) ["A", "T", "R", 3] Args: list_with_empty_values (list): List with empty values Returns: list: Curated list """ return list(filter(None, list_with_empty_values))
[docs]def list_to_dict(dict_list: list) -> dict: """ Return a dictionary from a list :code:`[key, value, key_2, value_2...]` .. code-block:: python >>> lst = ["A","T", "R", 3] >>> list_to_dict(lst) {"A": "T", "R": 3} Args: dict_list (list[str]): Dictionary as a list Returns: dict: Dictionary """ dictionary = {dict_list[i]: dict_list[i + 1] for i in range(0, len(dict_list), 2)} return dictionary
[docs]def nested_set(dic: dict, keys: list, value: Any) -> None: """ Set value in nested directory: .. code-block:: python >>> dct = {"A": "T", "R": 3} >>> nested_set(dct, keys=["B", "C", "D"], value="value") { "A": "T", "R": 3, "B": { "C": { "D": "value" } } } Args: dic (dict): Dictionary keys (list[str]): Keys as a list value: Value to be set """ for key in keys[:-1]: dic = dic.setdefault(key, {}) dic[keys[-1]] = value
[docs]def check_mandatory_keys(data_dict: dict, mandatory_keys: list) -> None: """ Check all mandatory argument in a dictionary. Raise an exception if a mandatory argument is missing. **Note**: nested keys do not work here ! .. code-block:: python >>> dct = {"A": "T", "R": 3} >>> check_mandatory_keys(dct, ["A", "R"]) # Returns nothing, is OK >>> check_mandatory_keys(dct, ["C"]) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<input>", line 1, in <module> File "<input>", line 167, in check_mandatory_keys ValueError: Missing mandatory key 'C' among {'A': 'T', 'R': 3} Args: data_dict (dict): Data dictionary to be checked mandatory_keys (list[str]): List of mandatory keys """ for mandatory_key in mandatory_keys: if mandatory_key not in data_dict: raise ValueError( f"Missing mandatory key '{mandatory_key}' among {pprint.pformat(data_dict)}" )
[docs]def find_by_key(data: dict, target: str) -> Any: """ Find a value by key in a dictionary. .. code-block:: python >>> dct = { >>> "A": "T", >>> "R": 3, >>> "B": { >>> "C": { >>> "D": "value" >>> } >>> } >>> } >>> find_by_key(dct, "D") "value" Args: data (dict): Dict to walk through target (str): target key Returns: Any: Value data[...][target] """ val = None for key, value in data.items(): if isinstance(value, dict): val = find_by_key(value, target) if val: break elif key == target: val = value return val
[docs]def run_cli( cmd: Union[str, list], timeout: float = None, check_return_value: bool = True, in_background: bool = True, cwd="/", ) -> (int, str): """ Run a command line. .. code-block:: python >>> cmd_hillshade = ["gdaldem", "--config", >>> "NUM_THREADS", "1", >>> "hillshade", strings.to_cmd_string(dem_path), >>> "-compute_edges", >>> "-z", self.nof_threads, >>> "-az", azimuth, >>> "-alt", zenith, >>> "-of", "GTiff", >>> strings.to_cmd_string(hillshade_dem)] >>> # Run command >>> run_cli(cmd_hillshade) Args: cmd (str or list[str]): Command as a list timeout (float): Timeout check_return_value (bool): Check output value of the exe in_background (bool): Run the subprocess in background cwd (str): Working directory Returns: int, str: return value and output log """ if isinstance(cmd, list): cmd = [str(cmd_i) for cmd_i in cmd] cmd_line = " ".join(cmd) elif isinstance(cmd, str): cmd_line = cmd else: raise TypeError("The command line should be given as a str or a list") # Background LOGGER.debug(cmd_line) if in_background: stdout = None stderr = None close_fds = True else: stdout = subprocess.PIPE stderr = subprocess.STDOUT close_fds = False # The os.setsid() is passed in the argument preexec_fn so # it's run after the fork() and before exec() to run the shell. with subprocess.Popen( cmd_line, shell=True, stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr, cwd=cwd, start_new_session=True, close_fds=close_fds, ) as process: output = "" if not in_background: for line in process.stdout: line = line.decode( encoding=sys.stdout.encoding, errors="replace" if sys.version_info < (3, 5) else "backslashreplace", ).rstrip() output += line # Get return value retval = process.wait(timeout) # Kill process process.kill() # Check return value if check_return_value and retval != 0: raise RuntimeError(f"Exe {cmd[0]} has failed.") return retval, output
[docs]def get_function_name() -> str: """ Get the name of the function where this one is launched. .. code-block:: python >>> def huhuhu(): >>> return get_function_name() >>> huhuhu() "huhuhu" Returns: str: Function's name """ # pylint: disable=W0212 return sys._getframe(1).f_code.co_name
[docs]def in_docker() -> bool: """ Check if the session is running inside a docker .. code-block:: python if in_docker(): print("OMG we are stock in a Docker ! Get me out of here !") else: print("We are safe") Returns: bool: True if inside a docker """ try: with open("/proc/1/cgroup", "rt") as ifh: in_dck = "docker" in # pylint: disable=W0703 except Exception: in_dck = False return in_dck
[docs]@contextmanager def chdir(newdir: AnyPathStrType) -> None: """ Change current directory, used as a context manager, ie: .. code-block:: python >>> folder = r"C:/" >>> with chdir(folder): >>> print(os.getcwd()) 'C:/' Args: newdir (str): New directory """ newdir = AnyPath(newdir) prevdir = os.getcwd() os.chdir(os.path.expanduser(newdir)) try: yield finally: os.chdir(prevdir)