Source code for ubelt.util_func

Helpers for functional programming.

The :func:`identity` function simply returns its own inputs. This is useful for
bypassing print statements and many other cases. I also think it looks a little
nicer than ``lambda x: x``.

The :func:`inject_method` function "injects" another function into a class
instance as a method. This is useful for monkey patching.

The :func:`compatible` introspects a functions signature for accepted keyword
arguments and returns the subset of a configuration dictionary that agrees with
that signature.

[docs] def identity(arg=None, *args, **kwargs): """ Return the value of the first argument unchanged. All other positional and keyword inputs are ignored. Defaults to None if called without any args. The name identity is used in the mathematical sense [WikiIdentity]_. This is slightly different than the pure identity function, which is defined strictly with a single argument. This implementation allows but ignores extra arguments, making it easier to use as a drop in replacement for functions that accept extra configuration arguments that change their behavior and aren't true inputs. The value of this utility is a cleaner way to write ``lambda x: x`` or more precisely ``lambda x=None, *a, **k: x`` or writing the function inline. Unlike the lambda variant, this does not trigger common linter errors when assigning it to a value. Args: arg (Any | None, default=None): The value to return unchanged. *args: Ignored **kwargs: Ignored Returns: Any: arg - The same value of the first positional argument. References: .. [WikiIdentity] Example: >>> import ubelt as ub >>> ub.identity(42) 42 >>> ub.identity(42, 43) 42 >>> ub.identity() None """ return arg
[docs] def inject_method(self, func, name=None): """ Injects a function into an object instance as a bound method The main use case of this function is for monkey patching. While monkey patching is sometimes necessary it should generally be avoided. Thus, we simply remind the developer that there might be a better way. Args: self (T): Instance to inject a function into. func (Callable[..., Any]): The function to inject (must contain an arg for self). name (str | None, default=None): Name of the method. optional. If not specified the name of the function is used. Example: >>> import ubelt as ub >>> class Foo(object): >>> def bar(self): >>> return 'bar' >>> def baz(self): >>> return 'baz' >>> self = Foo() >>> assert == 'bar' >>> assert not hasattr(self, 'baz') >>> ub.inject_method(self, baz) >>> assert not hasattr(Foo, 'baz'), 'should only change one instance' >>> assert self.baz() == 'baz' >>> ub.inject_method(self, baz, 'bar') >>> assert == 'baz' """ # TODO: if func is a bound method we should probably unbind it new_method = func.__get__(self, self.__class__) if name is None: name = func.__name__ setattr(self, name, new_method)
[docs] def compatible(config, func, start=0, keywords=True): """ Take the "compatible" subset of a dictionary that a function will accept as keyword arguments. A common pattern is to track the configuration of a program in a single dictionary. Often there will be functions that only require subsets of this dictionary, and they will be written such that those items are passed via keyword arguments. The :func:`ubelt.compatible` utility makes it easier select only the relevant config variables. It does this by inspecting the signature of the function to determine what keyword arguments it accepts, and returns the dictionary intersection of the full config and the allowed keywords. The user can then call the function with the normal ``**`` mechanism. Args: config (Dict[str, Any]): A dictionary that contains keyword arguments that might be passed to a function. func (Callable): A function or method to check the arguments of start (int): Only take args after this position. Set to 1 if calling with an unbound method to avoid the ``self`` argument. Defaults to 0. keywords (bool | Iterable[str]): If True (default), and ``**kwargs`` is in the signature, prevent any filtering of the ``config`` dictionary. If False, then ignore that ``**kwargs`` is in the signature and only return the subset of ``config`` that matches the explicit signature. Otherwise if specified as a non-string iterable of strings, assume these are the allowed keys that are compatible with the way ``kwargs`` is handled in the function. Returns: Dict[str, Any] : A subset of ``config`` that only contains items compatible with the signature of ``func``. Example: >>> # An example use case is to select a subset of of a config >>> # that can be passed to some function as kwargs >>> import ubelt as ub >>> # Define a function with args that match some keys in a config. >>> def func(a, e, f): >>> return a * e * f >>> # Define a config that has a superset of items needed by the func >>> config = { ... 'a': 2, 'b': 3, 'c': 7, ... 'd': 11, 'e': 13, 'f': 17, ... } >>> # Call the function only with keys that are compatible >>> func(**ub.compatible(config, func)) 442 Example: >>> # Test case with kwargs >>> import ubelt as ub >>> def func(a, e, f, *args, **kwargs): >>> return a * e * f >>> config = { ... 'a': 2, 'b': 3, 'c': 7, ... 'd': 11, 'e': 13, 'f': 17, ... } >>> func(**ub.compatible(config, func)) 442 >>> print(sorted(ub.compatible(config, func))) ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f'] >>> print(sorted(ub.compatible(config, func, keywords=False))) ['a', 'e', 'f'] >>> print(sorted(ub.compatible(config, func, keywords={'b'}))) ['a', 'b', 'e', 'f'] Ignore: # xdoctest: +REQUIRES(syntax:python>=3.6) todo: new xdoctest directive? # Test case with positional only 3.6 + import ubelt as ub def func(a, e, /, f): return a * e * f config = { 'a': 2, 'b': 3, 'c': 7, 'd': 11, 'e': 13, 'f': 17, } funckw = ub.compatible(config, func) func(1, 2, **funckw) ### While the stdlib inspect.signature is useful, it does not ### have a concise way of getting the subset of the dictionary ### that can be passed as keyword arguments. import inspect sig = inspect.signature(func) funckw2 = ub.udict(config) & sig.parameters ub.udict(report_config) & (sig.parameters) """ import inspect sig = inspect.signature(func) argnames = [] has_kwargs = False for arg in sig.parameters.values(): if arg.kind == inspect.Parameter.VAR_KEYWORD: has_kwargs = True elif arg.kind == inspect.Parameter.VAR_POSITIONAL: pass # Ignore variadic positional args elif arg.kind == inspect.Parameter.POSITIONAL_ONLY: pass # Ignore positional only arguments elif arg.kind in {inspect.Parameter.POSITIONAL_OR_KEYWORD, inspect.Parameter.KEYWORD_ONLY}: argnames.append( else: # nocover raise TypeError(arg.kind) # Test if keywords is a non-string iterable if not isinstance(keywords, (bool, str)): try: iter(keywords) except Exception: keywords = bool(keywords) else: argnames.extend(keywords) keywords = False if has_kwargs and keywords: # kwargs could be anything, so keep everything common = config else: common = {k: config[k] for k in argnames[start:] if k in config} # dict-intersection return common
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