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From mxmrlv <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-ariatosca pull request #188: ARIA-324 Refactor ctx proxy access
Date Sun, 06 Aug 2017 08:13:45 GMT
Github user mxmrlv commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/incubator-ariatosca/pull/188#discussion_r131536641
  
    --- Diff: aria/orchestrator/execution_plugin/ctx_proxy/server.py ---
    @@ -170,101 +178,59 @@ def _process_ctx_request(ctx, args): # pylint: disable=too-many-branches,too-man
             modifying_key = None
             modifying_value = None
     
    -    num_args = len(args)
    -
    -    while index < num_args:
    -        arg = args[index]
    -
    -        # Object attribute
    -        attr = _desugar_attr(current, arg)
    -        if attr is not None:
    -            current = getattr(current, attr)
    -
    -        # List entry
    -        elif isinstance(current, list) and _is_int(arg):
    -            current = current[int(arg)]
    -
    -        # Dict (or dict-like object) value
    -        elif hasattr(current, '__getitem__'):
    -            if modifying and (not arg in current):
    -                current[arg] = {}
    -            current = current[arg]
    -
    -        # Call
    -        elif callable(current):
    -            if isinstance(current, functools.partial):
    -                argspec = inspect.getargspec(current.func)
    -                # Don't count initial args fulfilled by the partial
    -                spec_args = argspec.args[len(current.args):]
    -                # Don't count keyword args fulfilled by the partial
    -                spec_args = tuple(a for a in spec_args if a not in current.keywords)
    -            else:
    -                argspec = inspect.getargspec(current)
    -                spec_args = argspec.args
    -
    -            callable_kwargs = {}
    -            if isinstance(arg, dict):
    -                # If the first arg is a dict, treat it as our kwargs
    -                # TODO: what if the first argument really needs to be a dict?
    -                callable_kwargs = arg
    -                index += 1
    -
    -            if argspec.varargs is not None:
    -                # Gobble the rest of the args
    -                callable_args = args[index:]
    -            else:
    -                # Take only what we need
    -                spec_args = tuple(a for a in spec_args if a not in callable_kwargs)
    -                spec_args_count = len(spec_args)
    -                if inspect.ismethod(current):
    -                    # Don't count "self" argument
    -                    spec_args_count -= 1
    -                callable_args = args[index:index + spec_args_count]
    -                # Note: we might actually have fewer args than the args_count, but that
could be OK
    -                # if the user expects subsequent args to have default values
    -
    -            args_count = len(callable_args)
    -            if args_count > 1:
    -                index += args_count - 1
    -
    -            current = current(*callable_args, **callable_kwargs)
    -
    -        else:
    -            raise RuntimeError('`{0}` cannot be processed in {1}'.format(arg, args))
    -
    -        index += 1
    -
    -    if callable(current):
    -        current = current()
    +    # Parse all arguments
    +    while len(args) > 0:
    +        obj, args = _parse_argument(obj, args, modifying)
     
         if modifying:
    -        if hasattr(current, '__setitem__'):
    -            # Modify dict value
    -            current[modifying_key] = modifying_value
    -        else:
    +        if hasattr(obj, '__setitem__'):
    +            # Modify item value (dict, list, and similar)
    +            if isinstance(obj, (list, tuple)):
    +                modifying_key = int(modifying_key)
    +            obj[modifying_key] = modifying_value
    +        elif hasattr(obj, modifying_key):
                 # Modify object attribute
    -            setattr(current, modifying_key, modifying_value)
    -
    -    return current
    +            setattr(obj, modifying_key, modifying_value)
    +        else:
    +            raise ProcessingError('Cannot modify `{0}` of `{1!r}`'
    +                                  .format(modifying_key, obj))
     
    +    return obj
     
    -def _desugar_attr(obj, attr):
    -    if not isinstance(attr, basestring):
    -        return None
    -    if hasattr(obj, attr):
    -        return attr
    -    attr = attr.replace('-', '_')
    -    if hasattr(obj, attr):
    -        return attr
    -    return None
     
    +def _parse_argument(obj, args, modifying):
    +    args = list(args)
    +    arg = args.pop(0)
     
    -def _is_int(arg):
    -    try:
    -        int(arg)
    -    except ValueError:
    -        return False
    -    return True
    +    # Call?
    +    if arg == '[':
    +        # TODO: should there be a way to escape "[" and "]" in case they are needed as
real
    +        # arguments?
    +        try:
    +            closing_index = args.index(']')
    +        except ValueError:
    +            raise ParsingError('Opening "[" without a closing "]')
    +        callable_args = args[:closing_index]
    +        args = args[closing_index + 1:]
    +        if not callable(obj):
    +            raise ProcessingError('Used "[" and "] on an object that is not callable')
    +        return obj(*callable_args), args
    +
    +    # Attribute?
    +    if isinstance(arg, basestring):
    +        if hasattr(obj, arg):
    +            return getattr(obj, arg), args
    +        arg_sugared = arg.replace('-', '_')
    +        if hasattr(obj, arg_sugared):
    +            return getattr(obj, arg_sugared), args
    +
    +    # Item? (dict, lists, and similar)
    +    if hasattr(obj, '__getitem__'):
    +        if modifying and hasattr(obj, 'has_key') and (not obj.has_key(arg)):
    +            obj[arg] = {}
    --- End diff --
    
    why is it set to a dict? couldn't it be a list?


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