Source code for pyworkflow.plugin

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import logging

from .protocol import Protocol
from .viewer import Viewer
from .wizard import Wizard

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
import glob
import os
import importlib
import inspect
import traceback
import types
import pkg_resources
from email import message_from_string
from collections import OrderedDict
from abc import ABCMeta, abstractmethod

import pyworkflow as pw
import pyworkflow.utils as pwutils
import pyworkflow.object as pwobj
from pyworkflow.template import Template
from pyworkflow.utils import sortListByList

from .constants import *

[docs]class Domain: """ Class to represent the application domain. It will allow to specify new objects, protocols, viewers and wizards through the registration of new plugins. """ # The following classes should be defined in subclasses of Domain _name = __name__ _protocolClass = Protocol _objectClass = pwobj.Object _viewerClass = Viewer _wizardClass = Wizard _baseClasses = {} # Update this with the base classes of the Domain # Dictionaries to store different type of objects _plugins = {} _protocols = {} _objects = {} _viewers = {} _wizards = {}
[docs] @classmethod def registerPlugin(cls, name): """ Register a new plugin. This function should only be called when creating a class with __metaclass__=PluginMeta that will trigger this. """ try: m = importlib.import_module(name) # Define variables m.Plugin._defineVariables() m.Domain = cls # Register the domain class for this module # TODO avoid loading bibtex here and make a lazy load like the rest. # Load bibtex m._bibtex = {} bib = cls.__getSubmodule(name, 'bibtex') if bib is not None: if hasattr(bib, "_bibtex"):"WARNING FOR DEVELOPERS: %s/%s._bibtex unnecessarily declared. Just the doc string is enough." % (name, "bibtex")) else: try: m._bibtex = pwutils.LazyDict(lambda: pwutils.parseBibTex(bib.__doc__)) except Exception: pass cls._plugins[name] = m # Register the name to as a plugin # Catch any import exception, warn about it but continue. except ModuleNotFoundError: # This is probably due to a priority package like pwchem not being installed pass except Exception as e: (pwutils.yellow("WARNING!!: Plugin containing module %s does not import properly. " "All its content will be missing in this execution." % name))"Please, contact developers at %s and send this ugly information below. They'll understand it!." % DOCSITEURLS.CONTACTUS)
[docs] @classmethod def getPlugins(cls): """ Return existing plugins for this Domain. """ loaded = getattr(cls, '_pluginsLoaded', False) if not loaded: # Load plugin only once cls._discoverPlugins() cls._pluginsLoaded = True return dict(cls._plugins)
@classmethod def _discoverPlugins(cls): # Get the list of plugins registered plugin_modules = [] for entry_point in pkg_resources.iter_entry_points('pyworkflow.plugin'): plugin_modules.append( # Sort the list taking into account the priority plugin_modules = sortListByList(plugin_modules, pw.Config.getPriorityPackageList()) for module in plugin_modules: cls.registerPlugin(module) @classmethod def _discoverGUIPlugins(cls): for entry_point in pkg_resources.iter_entry_points('pyworkflow.guiplugin'): entry_point.load()
[docs] @classmethod def getPlugin(cls, name): """ Load a given plugin name. """ m = importlib.import_module(name) # if not cls.__isPlugin(m): # raise Exception("Invalid plugin '%s'. " # "Class Plugin with __metaclass__=PluginMeta " # "not found" % name) return m
[docs] @classmethod def refreshPlugin(cls, name): """ Refresh a given plugin name. """ plugin = cls.getPlugin(name) if plugin is not None: fn = plugin.__file__ fn_dir = os.path.dirname(fn) + os.sep module_visit = {plugin} module_visit_path = {fn} del fn def get_recursive_modules(module): """ Get all plugin modules recursively """ for module_child in vars(module).values(): if isinstance(module_child, types.ModuleType): fn_child = getattr(module_child, "__file__", None) if (fn_child is not None) and fn_child.startswith( fn_dir): if fn_child not in module_visit_path: module_visit.add(module_child) module_visit_path.add(fn_child) get_recursive_modules(module_child) get_recursive_modules(plugin) # reload all plugin modules while module_visit: for module in module_visit: try: importlib.reload(module) module_visit.remove(module) break except Exception as ex: pass
@classmethod def __getSubclasses(cls, submoduleName, BaseClass, updateBaseClasses=False): """ Load all detected subclasses of a given BaseClass. Params: updateBaseClasses: if True, it will try to load classes from the Domain submodule that was not imported as globals() """ subclasses = getattr(cls, '_%s' % submoduleName) if not subclasses: # Only discover subclasses once if updateBaseClasses: sub = cls.__getSubmodule(cls.getName(), submoduleName) if sub is not None: for name in cls.getModuleClasses(sub): attr = getattr(sub, name) if inspect.isclass(attr) and issubclass(attr, BaseClass): cls._baseClasses[name] = attr for pluginName, plugin in cls.getPlugins().items(): sub = cls.__getSubmodule(pluginName, submoduleName) if sub is not None: for name in cls.getModuleClasses(sub): attr = getattr(sub, name) if inspect.isclass(attr) and issubclass(attr, BaseClass): # Check if the class already exists (to prevent # naming collisions) if name in subclasses: # Get already added class plugin pluginCollision = subclasses[name]._package.__name__"ERROR: Name collision (%s) detected " "while discovering %s.%s.\n" " It conflicts with %s" % (name, pluginName, submoduleName, pluginCollision)) else: # Set this special property used by Scipion attr._package = plugin subclasses[name] = attr subclasses.update( pwutils.getSubclasses(BaseClass, cls._baseClasses)) return subclasses
[docs] @classmethod def getModuleClasses(cls, module): # Dir was used before but dir returns all imported elements # included those imported to be BaseClasses. # return dir(module) # Get the module name moduleName = module.__name__ # Get any module class for name, declaredClass in inspect.getmembers(module, inspect.isclass): if moduleName in declaredClass.__module__: yield name
[docs] @classmethod def getProtocols(cls): """ Return all Protocol subclasses from all plugins for this domain.""" return cls.__getSubclasses('protocols', cls._protocolClass)
[docs] @classmethod def getObjects(cls): """ Return all EMObject subclasses from all plugins for this domain.""" return cls.__getSubclasses('objects', cls._objectClass)
[docs] @classmethod def viewersLoaded(cls): """ Returns true if viewers have been already discovered""" return len(cls._viewers) != 0
[docs] @classmethod def getViewers(cls): """ Return all Viewer subclasses from all plugins for this domain.""" return cls.__getSubclasses('viewers', cls._viewerClass, updateBaseClasses=True)
[docs] @classmethod def getWizards(cls): """ Return all Wizard subclasses from all plugins for this domain.""" return cls.__getSubclasses('wizards', cls._wizardClass)
[docs] @classmethod def getMapperDict(cls): """ Return a dictionary that can be used with subclasses of Mapper to store/retrieve objects (including protocols) defined in this Domain. """ mapperDict = getattr(cls, '__mapperDict', None) if mapperDict is None: mapperDict = dict(pwobj.OBJECTS_DICT) mapperDict.update(cls.getObjects()) mapperDict.update(cls.getProtocols()) cls.__mapperDict = mapperDict return mapperDict
[docs] @classmethod def getName(cls): """ Return the name of this Domain. """ return cls._name
[docs] @staticmethod def importFromPlugin(module, objects=None, errorMsg='', doRaise=False): """ This method try to import either a list of objects from the module/plugin or the whole module/plugin and returns what is imported if not fails. When the import fails (due to the plugin or the object is not found), it prints a common message + optional errorMsg; or it raise an error with the same message, if doRaise is True. :param module: Module name to import :param objects: Optional, string with objects to return present in module :param errorMsg: Optional, extra error message to append to the main message. :param doRaise: If True it will raise an exception instead of tolerating the import error Usages:: # Import the whole plugin 'plugin1' as 'plug1' plug1 = importFromPlugin('plugin1') # Import a plugin's module pl1Cons = importFromPlugin('plug1.constants') # Import a single class from a plugin's module p1prot1 = importFromPlugin('plug1.protocols', 'prot1') # Import some classes from a plugin's module, # the returned tuple has the same length of the second argument pt1, pt2, ... = importFromPlugin('plugin1.protocols', ['pt1', 'pt2', ...]) """ def _tryImportFromPlugin(submodule=None): try: if submodule is None: # Import only the module output = importlib.import_module(module) else: # Import the class of that module output = getattr(importlib.import_module(module), submodule) return output except Exception as e: plugName = module.split('.')[0] # The Main module is the plugin errMsg = (str(e) if errorMsg == '' else "%s. %s" % (str(e), errorMsg)) Domain.__pluginNotFound(plugName, errMsg, doRaise) if objects is None or isinstance(objects, str): output = _tryImportFromPlugin(objects) else: output = tuple() for obj in objects: output += (_tryImportFromPlugin(obj), ) # append in tuple return output
[docs] @classmethod def findClass(cls, className): """ Find a class object given its name. The search will start with protocols and then with protocols. """ # FIXME: Why not also Viewers, Wizards? c = cls.getProtocols().get(className, cls.getObjects().get(className, None)) if c is None: raise Exception("findClass: class '%s' not found." % className) return c
[docs] @classmethod def findSubClasses(cls, classDict, className): """ Find all subclasses of a give className. """ clsObj = classDict[className] subclasses = {} for k, v in classDict.items(): if issubclass(v, clsObj): subclasses[k] = v return subclasses
[docs] @classmethod def getPreferredViewers(cls, className): """ Find and import the preferred viewers for this class. """ viewerNames = pw.Config.VIEWERS.get(className, []) if not isinstance(viewerNames, list): viewerNames = [viewerNames] viewers = [] # we will try to import them and store here for prefViewerStr in viewerNames: try: viewerModule, viewerClassName = prefViewerStr.rsplit('.', 1) prefViewer = cls.importFromPlugin(viewerModule, viewerClassName, doRaise=True) viewers.append(prefViewer) except Exception as e: logger.error("Couldn't load \"%s\" as preferred viewer for %s.\n" "There might be a typo in your VIEWERS variable " "or an error in the viewer's plugin installation" % (prefViewerStr, className), exc_info=e) return viewers
[docs] @classmethod def findViewers(cls, className, environment): """ Find the available viewers in this Domain for this class. """ viewers = [] try: clazz = cls.findClass(className) baseClasses = clazz.mro() preferredViewers = cls.getPreferredViewers(className) preferedFlag = 0 for viewer in cls.getViewers().values(): if environment in viewer._environments: for t in viewer._targets: if t in baseClasses: for prefViewer in preferredViewers: if viewer is prefViewer: viewers.insert(0, viewer) preferedFlag = 1 break else: if t == clazz: viewers.insert(preferedFlag, viewer) else: viewers.append(viewer) break except Exception as e: # Catch if there is a missing plugin, we will get Legacy which triggers and Exception pass return viewers
[docs] @classmethod def findWizards(cls, protocol, environment): """ Find available wizards for this class, in this Domain. :param protocol: Protocol instance for which wizards will be search. :param environment: The environment name for wizards (e.g TKINTER) :return A dict with the paramName and wizards for the protocol passed.""" return cls.__findWizardsFromDict(protocol, environment, cls.getWizards())
[docs] @classmethod def printInfo(cls): """ Simple function (mainly for debugging) that prints basic information about this Domain. """"Domain: %s" % cls._name)" objects: %s" % len(cls._objects))" protocols: %s" % len(cls._protocols))" viewers: %s" % len(cls._viewers))" wizards: %s" % len(cls._wizards))
# ---------- Private methods of Domain class ------------------------------ @staticmethod def __pluginNotFound(plugName, errorMsg='', doRaise=False): """ Prints or raise (depending on the doRaise) telling why it is failing """ hint = (" Check the plugin manager (Configuration->Plugins in " "Scipion manager window) \n") # the str casting is to work with Exceptions as errorMsg if 'No module named %s' % plugName in str(errorMsg): msgStr = " > %s plugin not found. %s" % (plugName, errorMsg) hint += " or use 'scipion installp --help' in the command line " hint += "to install it." else: msgStr = " > error when importing from %s: %s" % (plugName, errorMsg) if errorMsg != '': # if empty we know nothing... hint += (" or use 'scipion installp --help --checkUpdates' " "in the command line to check for upgrades,\n " "it could be a versions compatibility issue.") stackList = traceback.extract_stack() if len(stackList) > 3: callIdx = -3 # We use the most probable index as default for idx, stackLine in enumerate(stackList): if stackLine[0].endswith('/unittest/'): callIdx = idx + 1 else: callIdx = 0 callBy = stackList[callIdx][0] if callBy.endswith('pyworkflow/'): # This special case is to know why is failing and not where is called # because we know that we call all plugins.protocols at the beginning calling = traceback.format_exc().split('\n')[-4] else: line = stackList[callIdx][1] calling = " Called by %s, line %s" % (callBy, line) raiseMsg = "%s\n %s\n%s\n" % (msgStr, calling, hint) if doRaise: raise Exception("\n\n" + raiseMsg) else: @staticmethod def __getSubmodule(name, subname): try: completeModuleText = '%s.%s' % (name, subname) if pwutils.isModuleAFolder(name): return importlib.import_module(completeModuleText) except Exception as e: msg = str(e) # FIXME: The following is a quick and dirty way to filter # when the submodule is not present if msg != 'No module named \'%s\'' % completeModuleText: Domain.__pluginNotFound(completeModuleText, msg) return None @classmethod def __isPlugin(cls, m): """ Return True if the module is a Scipion plugin. """ return m.__name__ in cls._plugins @staticmethod def __findWizardsFromDict(protocol, environment, wizDict): wizards = {} baseClasses = [c.__name__ for c in protocol.getClass().mro()] for wiz in wizDict.values(): if environment in wiz._environments: for c, params in wiz._targets: if c.__name__ in baseClasses: for p in params: wizards[p] = wiz return wizards
[docs]class Plugin: __metaclass__ = ABCMeta _vars = {} _homeVar = '' # Change in subclasses to define the "home" variable _pathVars = [] _supportedVersions = [] _name = "" _url = "" # For the plugin _condaActivationCmd = None @classmethod def _defineVar(cls, varName, defaultValue): """ Internal method to define variables trying to get it from the environment first. """ cls._addVar(varName, os.environ.get(varName, defaultValue)) @classmethod def _addVar(cls, varName, value): """ Adds a variable to the local variable dictionary directly. Avoiding the environment""" cls._vars[varName] = value
[docs] @classmethod @abstractmethod def getEnviron(cls): """ Setup the environment variables needed to launch programs. """ pass
[docs] @classmethod def getCondaActivationCmd(cls): if cls._condaActivationCmd is None: condaActivationCmd = os.environ.get(CONDA_ACTIVATION_CMD_VAR, "") if not condaActivationCmd:"WARNING!!_condaActivationCmd: %s variable not defined. " "Relying on conda being in the PATH" % CONDA_ACTIVATION_CMD_VAR) elif condaActivationCmd[-1] not in [";", "&"]: condaActivationCmd += "&&" cls._condaActivationCmd = condaActivationCmd return cls._condaActivationCmd
@classmethod @abstractmethod def _defineVariables(cls): """ Method to define variables and their default values. It will use the method _defineVar that will take a variable value from the environment or from an optional default value. This method is not supposed to be called from client code, except from the Domain class when registering a Plugin. """ pass
[docs] @classmethod @abstractmethod def defineBinaries(cls, env): """ Define required binaries in the given Environment. """ pass
[docs] @classmethod def getVar(cls, varName, defaultValue=None): """ Return the value of a given variable. """ return cls._vars.get(varName, defaultValue)
[docs] @classmethod def getVars(cls): """ Return the value of a given variable. """ return cls._vars
[docs] @classmethod def getHome(cls, *paths): """ Return a path from the "home" of the package if the _homeVar is defined in the plugin. """ home = cls.getVar(cls._homeVar) return os.path.join(home, *paths) if home else ''
[docs] @classmethod def getSupportedVersions(cls): """ Return the list of supported binary versions. """ return cls._supportedVersions
[docs] @classmethod def getActiveVersion(cls, home=None, versions=None): """ Returns the version of the binaries that are currently active. In the current implementation it will be inferred from the \*_HOME variable, so it should contain the version number in it. """ # FIXME: (JMRT) Use the basename might alleviate the issue with matching # the binaries version, but we might consider to find a better solution home = os.path.basename(home or cls.getHome()) versions = versions or cls.getSupportedVersions() for v in versions: if v in home: return v return ''
[docs] @classmethod def getName(cls): return cls.__module__
[docs] @classmethod def validateInstallation(cls): """ Check if the binaries are properly installed and if not, return a list with the error messages. The default implementation will check if the _pathVars exists. """ try: missing = ["%s: %s" % (var, cls.getVar(var)) for var in cls._pathVars if not os.path.exists(cls.getVar(var))] return (["Missing paths: the variables below point to non existing paths."] + missing + [ "Either install the software ( %s )" % DOCSITEURLS.PLUGIN_MANAGER, "or edit the config file ( %s )" % DOCSITEURLS.CONFIG]) if missing else [] except Exception as e: return ["validateInstallation fails: %s" % e]
[docs] @classmethod def getPluginDir(cls): return os.path.join(pw.getModuleFolder(cls.getName()))
[docs] @classmethod def getPluginTemplateDir(cls): return os.path.join(cls.getPluginDir(), 'templates')
[docs] @classmethod def getTemplates(cls): """ Get the plugin templates from the templates directory. If more than one template is found or passed, a dialog is raised to choose one. """ tempList = [] pluginName = cls.getName() tDir = cls.getPluginTemplateDir() if os.path.exists(tDir): for file in glob.glob1(tDir, "*" + SCIPION_JSON_TEMPLATES): t = Template(pluginName, os.path.join(tDir, file)) tempList.append(t) return tempList
[docs] @classmethod def getUrl(cls, protClass=None): """ Url for the plugin to point users to it""" return cls._url
[docs]class PluginInfo: """ Information related to a given plugin when it is installed via PIP """ def __init__(self, name): try: dist = pkg_resources.get_distribution(name) lines = [l for l in dist._get_metadata(dist.PKG_INFO)] tuples = message_from_string('\n'.join(lines)) except Exception:"Plugin %s seems is not a pip module yet. " "No metadata found" % name) tuples = message_from_string('Author: plugin in development mode?') self._name = name self._metadata = OrderedDict() for v in tuples.items(): if v[0] == 'Keywords': break self._metadata[v[0]] = v[1]
[docs] def getAuthor(self): return self._metadata.get('Author', "")
[docs] def getAuthorEmail(self): return self._metadata.get('Author-email', '')
[docs] def getHomePage(self): return self._metadata.get('Home-page', '')
[docs] def getKeywords(self): return self._metadata.get('Keywords', '')