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Source code for celery.loaders.default

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""The default loader used when no custom app has been initialized."""
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals
import os
import warnings
from celery.exceptions import NotConfigured
from celery.utils.collections import DictAttribute
from celery.utils.serialization import strtobool
from .base import BaseLoader

__all__ = ['Loader', 'DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODULE']

DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODULE = 'celeryconfig'

#: Warns if configuration file is missing if :envvar:`C_WNOCONF` is set.
C_WNOCONF = strtobool(os.environ.get('C_WNOCONF', False))

[docs]class Loader(BaseLoader): """The loader used by the default app."""
[docs] def setup_settings(self, settingsdict): return DictAttribute(settingsdict)
[docs] def read_configuration(self, fail_silently=True): """Read configuration from :file:``.""" configname = os.environ.get('CELERY_CONFIG_MODULE', DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODULE) try: usercfg = self._import_config_module(configname) except ImportError: if not fail_silently: raise # billiard sets this if forked using execv if C_WNOCONF and not os.environ.get('FORKED_BY_MULTIPROCESSING'): warnings.warn(NotConfigured( 'No {module} module found! Please make sure it exists and ' 'is available to Python.'.format(module=configname))) return self.setup_settings({}) else: self.configured = True return self.setup_settings(usercfg)