Source code for kedro.framework.cli.utils

"""Utilities for use with click."""
import difflib
import logging
import re
import shlex
import shutil
import subprocess
import sys
import textwrap
import traceback
import warnings
from collections import defaultdict
from contextlib import contextmanager
from importlib import import_module
from itertools import chain
from pathlib import Path
from typing import Any, Dict, Iterable, List, Mapping, Sequence, Set, Tuple, Union

import click
import importlib_metadata

CONTEXT_SETTINGS = dict(help_option_names=["-h", "--help"])
CUTOFF = 0.5

ENV_HELP = "Kedro configuration environment name. Defaults to `local`."

    "global": "kedro.global_commands",
    "project": "kedro.project_commands",
    "init": "kedro.init",
    "line_magic": "kedro.line_magic",
    "hooks": "kedro.hooks",
    "cli_hooks": "kedro.cli_hooks",

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def call(cmd: List[str], **kwargs):  # pragma: no cover
    """Run a subprocess command and raise if it fails.

        cmd: List of command parts.
        **kwargs: Optional keyword arguments passed to ``.

        click.exceptions.Exit: If `` returns non-zero code.
    click.echo(" ".join(shlex.quote(c) for c in cmd))
    # pylint: disable=subprocess-run-check
    code =, **kwargs).returncode
    if code:
        raise click.exceptions.Exit(code=code)

[docs]def python_call(module: str, arguments: Iterable[str], **kwargs): # pragma: no cover """Run a subprocess command that invokes a Python module.""" call([sys.executable, "-m", module] + list(arguments), **kwargs)
[docs]def find_stylesheets() -> Iterable[str]: # pragma: no cover """Fetch all stylesheets used in the official Kedro documentation""" css_path = Path(__file__).resolve().parents[1] / "html" / "_static" / "css" return ( str(css_path / "copybutton.css"), str(css_path / "qb1-sphinx-rtd.css"), str(css_path / "theme-overrides.css"), )
[docs]def forward_command(group, name=None, forward_help=False): """A command that receives the rest of the command line as 'args'.""" def wrapit(func): func = click.argument("args", nargs=-1, type=click.UNPROCESSED)(func) func = command_with_verbosity( group, name=name, context_settings=dict( ignore_unknown_options=True, help_option_names=[] if forward_help else ["-h", "--help"], ), )(func) return func return wrapit
def _suggest_cli_command( original_command_name: str, existing_command_names: Iterable[str] ) -> str: matches = difflib.get_close_matches( original_command_name, existing_command_names, MAX_SUGGESTIONS, CUTOFF ) if not matches: return "" if len(matches) == 1: suggestion = "\n\nDid you mean this?" else: suggestion = "\n\nDid you mean one of these?\n" suggestion += textwrap.indent("\n".join(matches), " " * 4) # type: ignore return suggestion
[docs]class CommandCollection(click.CommandCollection): """Modified from the Click one to still run the source groups function.""" def __init__(self, *groups: Tuple[str, Sequence[click.MultiCommand]]): self.groups = [ (title, self._merge_same_name_collections(cli_list)) for title, cli_list in groups ] sources = list(chain.from_iterable(cli_list for _, cli_list in self.groups)) help_texts = [ for cli_collection in sources for cli in cli_collection.sources if ] self._dedupe_commands(sources) super().__init__( sources=sources, help="\n\n".join(help_texts), context_settings=CONTEXT_SETTINGS, ) self.params = sources[0].params self.callback = sources[0].callback @staticmethod def _dedupe_commands(cli_collections: Sequence[click.CommandCollection]): """Deduplicate commands by keeping the ones from the last source in the list. """ seen_names: Set[str] = set() for cli_collection in reversed(cli_collections): for cmd_group in reversed(cli_collection.sources): cmd_group.commands = { # type: ignore cmd_name: cmd for cmd_name, cmd in cmd_group.commands.items() # type: ignore if cmd_name not in seen_names } seen_names |= cmd_group.commands.keys() # type: ignore # remove empty command groups for cli_collection in cli_collections: cli_collection.sources = [ cmd_group for cmd_group in cli_collection.sources if cmd_group.commands # type: ignore ] @staticmethod def _merge_same_name_collections(groups: Sequence[click.MultiCommand]): named_groups: Mapping[str, List[click.MultiCommand]] = defaultdict(list) helps: Mapping[str, list] = defaultdict(list) for group in groups: named_groups[].append(group) if helps[].append( return [ click.CommandCollection( name=group_name, sources=cli_list, help="\n\n".join(helps[group_name]), callback=cli_list[0].callback, params=cli_list[0].params, ) for group_name, cli_list in named_groups.items() if cli_list ] def resolve_command(self, ctx: click.core.Context, args: List): try: return super().resolve_command(ctx, args) except click.exceptions.UsageError as exc: original_command_name = click.utils.make_str(args[0]) existing_command_names = self.list_commands(ctx) exc.message += _suggest_cli_command( original_command_name, existing_command_names ) raise def format_commands( self, ctx: click.core.Context, formatter: click.formatting.HelpFormatter ): for title, cli in self.groups: for group in cli: if group.sources: formatter.write("\n{title} from {}", fg="green") ) group.format_commands(ctx, formatter)
[docs]def get_pkg_version(reqs_path: (Union[str, Path]), package_name: str) -> str: """Get package version from requirements.txt. Args: reqs_path: Path to requirements.txt file. package_name: Package to search for. Returns: Package and its version as specified in requirements.txt. Raises: KedroCliError: If the file specified in ``reqs_path`` does not exist or ``package_name`` was not found in that file. """ reqs_path = Path(reqs_path).absolute() if not reqs_path.is_file(): raise KedroCliError(f"Given path `{reqs_path}` is not a regular file.") pattern = re.compile(package_name + r"([^\w]|$)") with"r", encoding="utf-8") as reqs_file: for req_line in reqs_file: req_line = req_line.strip() if return req_line raise KedroCliError(f"Cannot find `{package_name}` package in `{reqs_path}`.")
def _update_verbose_flag(ctx, param, value): # pylint: disable=unused-argument KedroCliError.VERBOSE_ERROR = value def _click_verbose(func): """Click option for enabling verbose mode.""" return click.option( "--verbose", "-v", is_flag=True, callback=_update_verbose_flag, help="See extensive logging and error stack traces.", )(func)
[docs]def command_with_verbosity(group: click.core.Group, *args, **kwargs): """Custom command decorator with verbose flag added.""" def decorator(func): func = _click_verbose(func) func = group.command(*args, **kwargs)(func) return func return decorator
[docs]class KedroCliError(click.exceptions.ClickException): """Exceptions generated from the Kedro CLI. Users should pass an appropriate message at the constructor. """ VERBOSE_ERROR = False
[docs] def show(self, file=None): if file is None: # pylint: disable=protected-access file = click._compat.get_text_stderr() if self.VERBOSE_ERROR: click.secho(traceback.format_exc(), nl=False, fg="yellow") else: etype, value, _ = sys.exc_info() formatted_exception = "".join(traceback.format_exception_only(etype, value)) click.secho( f"{formatted_exception}Run with --verbose to see the full exception", fg="yellow", ) click.secho(f"Error: {self.message}", fg="red", file=file)
def _clean_pycache(path: Path): """Recursively clean all __pycache__ folders from `path`. Args: path: Existing local directory to clean __pycache__ folders from. """ to_delete = [each.resolve() for each in path.rglob("__pycache__")] for each in to_delete: shutil.rmtree(each, ignore_errors=True)
[docs]def split_string(ctx, param, value): # pylint: disable=unused-argument """Split string by comma.""" return [item.strip() for item in value.split(",") if item.strip()]
[docs]def env_option(func_=None, **kwargs): """Add `--env` CLI option to a function.""" default_args = dict(type=str, default=None, help=ENV_HELP) kwargs = {**default_args, **kwargs} opt = click.option("--env", "-e", **kwargs) return opt(func_) if func_ else opt
@contextmanager def _filter_deprecation_warnings(): """Temporarily suppress all DeprecationWarnings.""" with warnings.catch_warnings(): warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=DeprecationWarning) yield def _check_module_importable(module_name: str) -> None: try: import_module(module_name) except ImportError as exc: raise KedroCliError( f"Module `{module_name}` not found. Make sure to install required project " f"dependencies by running the `pip install -r src/requirements.txt` command first." ) from exc def load_entry_points(name: str) -> Sequence[click.MultiCommand]: """Load package entry point commands. Args: name: The key value specified in ENTRY_POINT_GROUPS. Raises: KedroCliError: If loading an entry point failed. Returns: List of entry point commands. """ entry_points = importlib_metadata.entry_points() entry_points =[name]) entry_point_commands = [] for entry_point in entry_points: try: entry_point_commands.append(entry_point.load()) except Exception as exc: # pylint: disable=broad-except logger.warning( "Failed to load %s commands from %s. Full exception: %s", name, entry_point, exc, ) return entry_point_commands def _config_file_callback(ctx, param, value): # pylint: disable=unused-argument """CLI callback that replaces command line options with values specified in a config file. If command line options are passed, they override config file values. """ # for performance reasons import anyconfig # pylint: disable=import-outside-toplevel ctx.default_map = ctx.default_map or {} section = ctx.info_name if value: config = anyconfig.load(value)[section] ctx.default_map.update(config) return value def _reformat_load_versions( # pylint: disable=unused-argument ctx, param, value ) -> Dict[str, str]: """Reformat data structure from tuple to dictionary for `load-version`, e.g.: ('dataset1:time1', 'dataset2:time2') -> {"dataset1": "time1", "dataset2": "time2"}. """ load_versions_dict = {} for load_version in value: load_version_list = load_version.split(":", 1) if len(load_version_list) != 2: raise KedroCliError( f"Expected the form of `load_version` to be " f"``," f"found {load_version} instead" ) load_versions_dict[load_version_list[0]] = load_version_list[1] return load_versions_dict def _try_convert_to_numeric(value): try: value = float(value) except ValueError: return value return int(value) if value.is_integer() else value def _split_params(ctx, param, value): if isinstance(value, dict): return value result = {} for item in split_string(ctx, param, value): item = item.split(":", 1) if len(item) != 2: f"Invalid format of `{}` option: " f"Item `{item[0]}` must contain " f"a key and a value separated by `:`." ) key = item[0].strip() if not key: f"Invalid format of `{}` option: Parameter key " f"cannot be an empty string." ) value = item[1].strip() result = _update_value_nested_dict( result, _try_convert_to_numeric(value), key.split(".") ) return result def _update_value_nested_dict( nested_dict: Dict[str, Any], value: Any, walking_path: List[str] ) -> Dict: """Update nested dict with value using walking_path as a parse tree to walk down the nested dict. Example: :: >>> nested_dict = {"foo": {"hello": "world", "bar": 1}} >>> _update_value_nested_dict(nested_dict, value=2, walking_path=["foo", "bar"]) >>> print(nested_dict) >>> {'foo': {'hello': 'world', 'bar': 2}} Args: nested_dict: dict to be updated value: value to update the nested_dict with walking_path: list of nested keys to use to walk down the nested_dict Returns: nested_dict updated with value at path `walking_path` """ key = walking_path.pop(0) if not walking_path: nested_dict[key] = value return nested_dict nested_dict[key] = _update_value_nested_dict( nested_dict.get(key, {}), value, walking_path ) return nested_dict def _get_values_as_tuple(values: Iterable[str]) -> Tuple[str, ...]: return tuple(chain.from_iterable(value.split(",") for value in values))