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"""Python Abstract Syntax Tree New Generation
The aim of this module is to provide a common base representation of
python source code for projects such as pychecker, pyreverse,
pylint... Well, actually the development of this library is essentially
governed by pylint's needs.
It extends class defined in the python's _ast module with some
additional methods and attributes. Instance attributes are added by a
builder object, which can either generate extended ast (let's call
them astroid ;) by visiting an existent ast tree or by inspecting living
object. Methods are added by monkey patching ast classes.
Main modules are:
* nodes and scoped_nodes for more information about methods and
attributes added to different node classes
* the manager contains a high level object to get astroid trees from
source files and living objects. It maintains a cache of previously
constructed tree for quick access
* builder contains the class responsible to build astroid trees
__doctype__ = "restructuredtext en"
import sys
import re
from operator import attrgetter
# WARNING: internal imports order matters !
# make all exception classes accessible from astroid package
from astroid.exceptions import *
# make all node classes accessible from astroid package
from astroid.nodes import *
# trigger extra monkey-patching
from astroid import inference
# more stuff available
from astroid import raw_building
from astroid.bases import YES, Instance, BoundMethod, UnboundMethod
from astroid.node_classes import are_exclusive, unpack_infer
from astroid.scoped_nodes import builtin_lookup
# make a manager instance (borg) as well as Project and Package classes
# accessible from astroid package
from astroid.manager import AstroidManager, Project
MANAGER = AstroidManager()
del AstroidManager
# transform utilities (filters and decorator)
class AsStringRegexpPredicate(object):
"""Class to be used as predicate that may be given to `register_transform`
First argument is a regular expression that will be searched against the `as_string`
representation of the node onto which it's applied.
If specified, the second argument is an `attrgetter` expression that will be
applied on the node first to get the actual node on which `as_string` should
be called.
WARNING: This can be fairly slow, as it has to convert every AST node back
to Python code; you should consider examining the AST directly instead.
def __init__(self, regexp, expression=None):
self.regexp = re.compile(regexp)
self.expression = expression
def __call__(self, node):
if self.expression is not None:
node = attrgetter(self.expression)(node)
def inference_tip(infer_function):
"""Given an instance specific inference function, return a function to be
given to MANAGER.register_transform to set this inference function.
Typical usage
.. sourcecode:: python
MANAGER.register_transform(CallFunc, inference_tip(infer_named_tuple),
def transform(node, infer_function=infer_function):
node._explicit_inference = infer_function
return node
return transform
def register_module_extender(manager, module_name, get_extension_mod):
def transform(node):
extension_module = get_extension_mod()
for name, obj in extension_module.locals.items():
node.locals[name] = obj
manager.register_transform(Module, transform, lambda n: == module_name)
# load brain plugins
from os import listdir
from os.path import join, dirname
BRAIN_MODULES_DIR = join(dirname(__file__), 'brain')
if BRAIN_MODULES_DIR not in sys.path:
# add it to the end of the list so user path take precedence
# load modules in this directory
for module in listdir(BRAIN_MODULES_DIR):
if module.endswith('.py'):