Source code for tbot.machine.machine

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import abc
import contextlib
import re
import typing
import tbot.error
from . import channel

Self = typing.TypeVar("Self", bound="Machine")

_first_cap_re = re.compile("(.)([A-Z][a-z]+)")
_all_cap_re = re.compile("([a-z0-9])([A-Z])")


[docs]class Machine(abc.ABC): """ Base class for all machines. This class contains the necessary code to compose the different parts of a machine into a usable class. You won't need to use it directly in most cases as :py:class:`~tbot.machine.connector.Connector` and :py:class:`~tbot.machine.shell.Shell` both inherit from it. """ __slots__ = ("_cx", "_rc", "ch") ch: channel.Channel """ Channel to communicate with this machine. .. warning:: Please refrain from interacting with the channel directly. Instead, write a :py:class:`~tbot.machine.shell.Shell` that wraps around the channel interaction. That way, the state of the channel is only managed in a single place and you won't have to deal with nasty bugs when multiple parties make assumptions about the state of the channel. """ @property def name(self) -> str: """ Name of this machine. By default, the name is derived from the class-name but you might want to customize it. """ # by default, try to kebab-case the class name s1 = _first_cap_re.sub(r"\1-\2", self.__class__.__name__) return _all_cap_re.sub(r"\1-\2", s1).lower() # Abstract methods that will be implemented by connector and shell @abc.abstractmethod def _connect(self) -> typing.ContextManager[channel.Channel]: raise tbot.error.AbstractMethodError() @abc.abstractmethod def clone(self: Self) -> Self: raise tbot.error.AbstractMethodError() @abc.abstractmethod def _init_shell(self) -> typing.ContextManager: raise tbot.error.AbstractMethodError()
[docs] def init(self) -> None: """ An optional hook that allows running some code after the machine is initialized. **Example**: .. code-block:: python class FooUBoot(board.Connector, board.UBootShell): name = "foo-u-boot" prompt = "=> " def init(self): self.env("autoload", "no") self.exec0("dhcp") self.env("serverip", "192.168.1.2") """ pass
_orig: "typing.Optional[Machine]" = None """ The "original" machine if this is a clone. If ``_orig`` is ``None``, it is assumed that ``self`` is the original and ``_orig`` may be set to ``self``. It is also ok for your code to set ``_orig`` to ``self`` explicitly. """ def __eq__(self, other: object) -> bool: """ Two machines are 'equal' if they are clones. """ if not isinstance(other, Machine): return NotImplemented if self._orig is None: self._orig = self if other._orig is None: other._orig = other return self._orig is other._orig def __hash__(self) -> int: """ Cloned machines should get the same hash value. """ if self._orig is None: self._orig = self return hash(id(self._orig)) def __enter__(self: Self) -> Self: self._rc = getattr(self, "_rc", 0) self._rc += 1 if self._rc > 1: return self self._cx = contextlib.ExitStack().__enter__() # This inner stack is meant to protect the __enter__() implementations with contextlib.ExitStack() as cx: # If anything goes wrong, execute this machine's __exit__() cx.push(self) # Run the connector self.ch = self._cx.enter_context(self._connect()) # Run all initializers according to the MRO for cls in type(self).mro(): if Initializer in cls.__bases__: self._cx.enter_context(getattr(cls, "_init_machine")(self)) # Initialize the shell self._cx.enter_context(self._init_shell()) # Run optional custom initialization code self.init() # Nothing went wrong during init, we can pop `self` from the stack # now to keep the machine active when entering the actual context. cx.pop_all() return self def __exit__(self, *args: typing.Any) -> None: self._rc -= 1 if self._rc == 0: self._cx.__exit__(*args)
[docs]class Initializer(Machine): """ Base-class for machine initializers. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def _init_machine(self) -> typing.ContextManager: """ Run this initializer. Implementations of this method can make use of ``self.ch`` as they will run after the connector has succeeded. .. todo:: More docs for this ... """ raise tbot.error.AbstractMethodError()