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exit_unclean = object()
exit_clean = object()
class Step(object):
provides = []
def __init__(self, logger):
self.logger = logger
def run(self, step_index, state):
"""Base class for state-creating steps.
When a Step is run() the current state is checked to see
if the state from this step has already been created. If it
has the restore() method is invoked. Otherwise the create()
method is invoked with the state object. This is expected to
add items with all the keys in __class__.provides to the state
name = self.__class__.__name__
stored_step = state.steps[step_index]
except IndexError:
stored_step = None
if stored_step == name:
elif stored_step is None:
assert set(self.provides).issubset(set(state.keys()))
state.steps = state.steps + [name]
raise ValueError("Expected a %s step, got a %s step" % (name, stored_step))
def create(self, data):
raise NotImplementedError
def restore(self, state):
self.logger.debug("Step %s using stored state" % (self.__class__.__name__,))
for key in self.provides:
assert key in state
class StepRunner(object):
steps = []
def __init__(self, logger, state):
"""Class that runs a specified series of Steps with a common State"""
self.state = state
self.logger = logger
if "steps" not in state:
state.steps = []
def run(self):
rv = None
for step_index, step in enumerate(self.steps):
self.logger.debug("Starting step %s" % step.__name__)
rv = step(self.logger).run(step_index, self.state)
if rv in (exit_clean, exit_unclean):
return rv