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Source code for celery.utils.serialization

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Utilities for safely pickling exceptions."""
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals

import datetime
import numbers
import sys
from base64 import b64decode as base64decode
from base64 import b64encode as base64encode
from functools import partial
from inspect import getmro
from itertools import takewhile

from kombu.utils.encoding import bytes_to_str, str_to_bytes

from celery.five import (bytes_if_py2, items, python_2_unicode_compatible,
                         reraise, string_t)

from .encoding import safe_repr

    import cPickle as pickle
except ImportError:
    import pickle  # noqa

PY33 = sys.version_info >= (3, 3)

__all__ = (
    'UnpickleableExceptionWrapper', 'subclass_exception',
    'find_pickleable_exception', 'create_exception_cls',
    'get_pickleable_exception', 'get_pickleable_etype',
    'get_pickled_exception', 'strtobool',

#: List of base classes we probably don't want to reduce to.
    unwanted_base_classes = (StandardError, Exception, BaseException, object)
except NameError:  # pragma: no cover
    unwanted_base_classes = (Exception, BaseException, object)  # py3k

[docs]def subclass_exception(name, parent, module): # noqa """Create new exception class."""
return type(bytes_if_py2(name), (parent,), {'__module__': module})
[docs]def find_pickleable_exception(exc, loads=pickle.loads, dumps=pickle.dumps): """Find first pickleable exception base class. With an exception instance, iterate over its super classes (by MRO) and find the first super exception that's pickleable. It does not go below :exc:`Exception` (i.e., it skips :exc:`Exception`, :class:`BaseException` and :class:`object`). If that happens you should use :exc:`UnpickleableException` instead. Arguments: exc (BaseException): An exception instance. Returns: Exception: Nearest pickleable parent exception class (except :exc:`Exception` and parents), or if the exception is pickleable it will return :const:`None`. """ exc_args = getattr(exc, 'args', []) for supercls in itermro(exc.__class__, unwanted_base_classes): try: superexc = supercls(*exc_args) loads(dumps(superexc)) except Exception: # pylint: disable=broad-except pass else:
return superexc def itermro(cls, stop): return takewhile(lambda sup: sup not in stop, getmro(cls))
[docs]def create_exception_cls(name, module, parent=None): """Dynamically create an exception class.""" if not parent: parent = Exception
return subclass_exception(name, parent, module)
[docs]@python_2_unicode_compatible class UnpickleableExceptionWrapper(Exception): """Wraps unpickleable exceptions. Arguments: exc_module (str): See :attr:`exc_module`. exc_cls_name (str): See :attr:`exc_cls_name`. exc_args (Tuple[Any, ...]): See :attr:`exc_args`. Example: >>> def pickle_it(raising_function): ... try: ... raising_function() ... except Exception as e: ... exc = UnpickleableExceptionWrapper( ... e.__class__.__module__, ... e.__class__.__name__, ... e.args, ... ) ... pickle.dumps(exc) # Works fine. """ #: The module of the original exception. exc_module = None #: The name of the original exception class. exc_cls_name = None #: The arguments for the original exception. exc_args = None def __init__(self, exc_module, exc_cls_name, exc_args, text=None): safe_exc_args = [] for arg in exc_args: try: pickle.dumps(arg) safe_exc_args.append(arg) except Exception: # pylint: disable=broad-except safe_exc_args.append(safe_repr(arg)) self.exc_module = exc_module self.exc_cls_name = exc_cls_name self.exc_args = safe_exc_args self.text = text Exception.__init__(self, exc_module, exc_cls_name, safe_exc_args, text)
[docs] def restore(self): return create_exception_cls(self.exc_cls_name,
self.exc_module)(*self.exc_args) def __str__(self): return self.text
[docs] @classmethod def from_exception(cls, exc): return cls(exc.__class__.__module__, exc.__class__.__name__, getattr(exc, 'args', []),
[docs]def get_pickleable_exception(exc): """Make sure exception is pickleable.""" try: pickle.loads(pickle.dumps(exc)) except Exception: # pylint: disable=broad-except pass else: return exc nearest = find_pickleable_exception(exc) if nearest: return nearest
return UnpickleableExceptionWrapper.from_exception(exc)
[docs]def get_pickleable_etype(cls, loads=pickle.loads, dumps=pickle.dumps): """Get pickleable exception type.""" try: loads(dumps(cls)) except Exception: # pylint: disable=broad-except return Exception else:
return cls
[docs]def get_pickled_exception(exc): """Reverse of :meth:`get_pickleable_exception`.""" if isinstance(exc, UnpickleableExceptionWrapper): return exc.restore()
return exc def b64encode(s): return bytes_to_str(base64encode(str_to_bytes(s))) def b64decode(s): return base64decode(str_to_bytes(s))
[docs]def strtobool(term, table={'false': False, 'no': False, '0': False, 'true': True, 'yes': True, '1': True, 'on': True, 'off': False}): """Convert common terms for true/false to bool. Examples (true/false/yes/no/on/off/1/0). """ if isinstance(term, string_t): try: return table[term.lower()] except KeyError: raise TypeError('Cannot coerce {0!r} to type bool'.format(term))
return term def _datetime_to_json(dt): # See "Date Time String Format" in the ECMA-262 specification. if isinstance(dt, datetime.datetime): r = dt.isoformat() if dt.microsecond: r = r[:23] + r[26:] if r.endswith('+00:00'): r = r[:-6] + 'Z' return r elif isinstance(dt, datetime.time): r = dt.isoformat() if dt.microsecond: r = r[:12] return r else: return dt.isoformat() def jsonify(obj, builtin_types=(numbers.Real, string_t), key=None, keyfilter=None, unknown_type_filter=None): """Transform object making it suitable for json serialization.""" from kombu.abstract import Object as KombuDictType _jsonify = partial(jsonify, builtin_types=builtin_types, key=key, keyfilter=keyfilter, unknown_type_filter=unknown_type_filter) if isinstance(obj, KombuDictType): obj = obj.as_dict(recurse=True) if obj is None or isinstance(obj, builtin_types): return obj elif isinstance(obj, (tuple, list)): return [_jsonify(v) for v in obj] elif isinstance(obj, dict): return { k: _jsonify(v, key=k) for k, v in items(obj) if (keyfilter(k) if keyfilter else 1) } elif isinstance(obj, (, datetime.time)): return _datetime_to_json(obj) elif isinstance(obj, datetime.timedelta): return str(obj) else: if unknown_type_filter is None: raise ValueError( 'Unsupported type: {0!r} {1!r} (parent: {2})'.format( type(obj), obj, key)) return unknown_type_filter(obj) # Since PyPy 3 targets Python 3.2, 'raise exc from None' will # raise a TypeError so we need to look for Python 3.3 or newer if PY33: # pragma: no cover from vine.five import exec_ _raise_with_context = None # for flake8 exec_("""def _raise_with_context(exc, ctx): raise exc from ctx""") def raise_with_context(exc): exc_info = sys.exc_info() if not exc_info: raise exc elif exc_info[1] is exc: raise _raise_with_context(exc, exc_info[1]) else: def raise_with_context(exc): exc_info = sys.exc_info() if not exc_info: raise exc if exc_info[1] is exc: raise elif exc_info[2]: reraise(type(exc), exc, exc_info[2]) raise exc