Python bindings for TDE
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"""
Copyright 2004 Jim Bublitz
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"""
"""
This is a re-implementation in Python of pcop.cpp written by Torben Weis
and Julian Rockey, modified for Python and PyKDE.
To "DCOP-enable" an application, subclass DCOPExObj (be sure to call the
base class' __init__ method) and use 'addMethod' to identify the methods
which will be exposed via DCOP along with names of the Python methods that
implement the exposed methods.
A DCOP client application when doing DCOPCLient.call (...) will end up
running the 'process' method which demarshalls the arguments, calls the
specified Python method with the arg values passed in, and marshalls the
return value to be returned to the caller.
DCOPExMeth is basically a data structure to hold the parsed method info
(name, arg list, return type, signature)
This module requires the dcopext module, but only for the numericTypes and
stringTypes lists
"""
from dcop import DCOPObject, DCOPClient
from tdecore import dcop_add, dcop_next
from python_tqt.qt import TQString, TQCString, TQDataStream, IO_ReadOnly, IO_WriteOnly
numericTypes = ["char", "bool", "short", "int", "long", "uchar", "ushort", "uint", "ulong",
"unsigned char", "unsigned short", "unsigned int", "unsigned long",
"TQ_INT32", "pid_t", "float", "double"]
stringTypes = ["TQString", "TQCString"]
class DCOPExObj (DCOPObject):
def __init__ (self, objid = None):
if isinstance (objid, str):
DCOPObject.__init__ (self, objid)
else:
DCOPObject.__init__ (self)
self.methods = {}
def process (self, meth, data, replyType, replyData):
# normalize the method signature received
meth = str (DCOPClient.normalizeFunctionSignature (meth)).replace (">", "> ")
# see if this method is available from us via DCOP
# if we don't have it, maybe DCOPObject already provides it (eg - qt object)
if not self.matchMethod (meth):
return DCOPObject.process(self, meth, data, replyType, replyData);
# demarshall the arg list for the actual method call and call the method
s = TQDataStream (data, IO_ReadOnly)
arglist = []
count = len (self.method.argtypes)
if count == 0:
result = self.method.pymethod ()
else:
for i in range (len (self.method.argtypes)):
arglist.append (dcop_next (s, TQCString (self.method.argtypes [i])))
result = self.method.pymethod (*arglist)
# marshall the result as 'replyData'
if self.method.rtype != "void":
s = TQDataStream (replyData, IO_WriteOnly)
if self.method.rtype in numericTypes:
dcop_add (s, result, self.method.rtype)
elif self.method.rtype in stringTypes and isinstance (result, str):
dcop_add (s, eval ("%s('''%s''')" % (self.method.rtype, result)))
elif self.method.rtype.startswith ("TQMap") or self.method.rtype.startswith ("TQValueList"):
dcop_add (params, args [i], self.argtypes [i])
else:
if not result:
dcop_add (s, "")
else:
dcop_add (s, result)
# use append because we want to return the replyType reference,
# not a new TQCString
replyType.append (self.method.rtype)
# success
return True
def addMethod (self, signature, pymethod):
"""
add a method to the dict - makes it available to DCOP
signature - a string representing the C++ form of the method declaration
with arg names removed (eg
pymethod - the Python method corresponding to the method in signature
example:
def someMethod (a, b):
return str (a + b)
signature = "TQString someMethod (int, int)"
pymethod = someMethod
self.addMethod (signature, pymethod)
note that in this case you could add a second entry:
self.addMethod ("TQString someMethod (float, float)", someMethod)
pymethod can also be a class method, for example - self.someMethod or
someClass.someMethod. In the second case, someClass has to be an instance
of a class (perhaps SomeClass), not the class itself.
self.methods is a dict holding all of the methods exposed, indexed by
method signature. In the example above, the signature would be:
someMethod(TQString,TQString)
or everything but the return type, which is stored in the dict entry.
The dict entry is a DCOPExMeth instance.
"""
method = DCOPExMeth (signature, pymethod)
if method.sig:
self.methods [method.sig] = method
return method.sig != None
def matchMethod (self, meth):
# find the method in the dict if it's there
self.method = None
if meth in self.methods:
self.method = self.methods [meth]
return self.method != None
def functions (self):
# build the list of methods exposed for 'remoteFunctions' calls
# from the entries in the self.methods dict
funcs = DCOPObject.functions (self)
for func in self.methods.keys ():
funcs.append (" ".join ([self.methods [func].rtype, func]))
return funcs;
class DCOPExMeth:
"""
Encapsulates all of the method data - signature, arg list, return type
and corresponding Python method to be called
"""
def __init__ (self, method, pymethod):
self.pymethod = pymethod
if not self.parseMethod (method):
self.fcnname = self.sig = self.rtype = self.argtypes = None
def parseMethod (self, method):
# strip whitespace
method = str (DCOPClient.normalizeFunctionSignature (method)).replace (">", "> ")
# the return type (rtype) and signature (sig)
self.rtype, tail = method.split (" ", 1)
self.sig = tail
if not tail:
return False
self.rtype = self.rtype.strip ()
i = tail.find ("(")
if i < 1:
return False
# the name of the method
self.fcnname = tail [:i].strip () + "("
# the list of arg types
self.argtypes = []
args = tail [i + 1 : -1].split (",")
if args and args != [""]:
for arg in args:
self.argtypes.append (arg.strip ())
return True