# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

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import functools
import inspect
import types
import warnings

import six

    _TYPE_TYPE = types.TypeType
except AttributeError:
    _TYPE_TYPE = type

# See: https://docs.python.org/2/library/__builtin__.html#module-__builtin__
# and see https://docs.python.org/2/reference/executionmodel.html (and likely
# others)...
_BUILTIN_MODULES = ('builtins', '__builtin__', '__builtins__', 'exceptions')
_enabled = True

def deprecation(message, stacklevel=None, category=None):
    """Warns about some type of deprecation that has been (or will be) made.

    This helper function makes it easier to interact with the warnings module
    by standardizing the arguments that the warning function receives so that
    it is easier to use.

    This should be used to emit warnings to users (users can easily turn these
    warnings off/on, see https://docs.python.org/2/library/warnings.html
    as they see fit so that the messages do not fill up the users logs with
    warnings that they do not wish to see in production) about functions,
    methods, attributes or other code that is deprecated and will be removed
    in a future release (this is done using these warnings to avoid breaking
    existing users of those functions, methods, code; which a library should
    avoid doing by always giving at *least* N + 1 release for users to address
    the deprecation warnings).
    if not _enabled:
    if category is None:
        category = DeprecationWarning
    if stacklevel is None:
        warnings.warn(message, category=category)
        warnings.warn(message, category=category, stacklevel=stacklevel)

def get_qualified_name(obj):
    # Prefer the py3.x name (if we can get at it...)
        return (True, obj.__qualname__)
    except AttributeError:
        return (False, obj.__name__)

def generate_message(prefix, postfix=None, message=None,
                     version=None, removal_version=None):
    """Helper to generate a common message 'style' for deprecation helpers."""
    message_components = [prefix]
    if version:
        message_components.append(" in version '%s'" % version)
    if removal_version:
        if removal_version == "?":
            message_components.append(" and will be removed in a future"
                                      " version")
            message_components.append(" and will be removed in version '%s'"
                                      % removal_version)
    if postfix:
    if message:
        message_components.append(": %s" % message)
    return ''.join(message_components)

def get_assigned(decorator):
    """Helper to fix/workaround https://bugs.python.org/issue3445"""
    if six.PY3:
        return functools.WRAPPER_ASSIGNMENTS
        assigned = []
        for attr_name in functools.WRAPPER_ASSIGNMENTS:
            if hasattr(decorator, attr_name):
        return tuple(assigned)

def get_class_name(obj, fully_qualified=True):
    """Get class name for object.

    If object is a type, fully qualified name of the type is returned.
    Else, fully qualified name of the type of the object is returned.
    For builtin types, just name is returned.
    if not isinstance(obj, six.class_types):
        obj = type(obj)
        built_in = obj.__module__ in _BUILTIN_MODULES
    except AttributeError:
        if built_in:
            return obj.__name__

    if fully_qualified and hasattr(obj, '__module__'):
        return '%s.%s' % (obj.__module__, obj.__name__)
        return obj.__name__

def get_method_self(method):
    """Gets the ``self`` object attached to this method (or none)."""
    if not inspect.ismethod(method):
        return None
        return six.get_method_self(method)
    except AttributeError:
        return None

def get_callable_name(function):
    """Generate a name from callable.

    Tries to do the best to guess fully qualified callable name.
    method_self = get_method_self(function)
    if method_self is not None:
        # This is a bound method.
        if isinstance(method_self, six.class_types):
            # This is a bound class method.
            im_class = method_self
            im_class = type(method_self)
            parts = (im_class.__module__, function.__qualname__)
        except AttributeError:
            parts = (im_class.__module__, im_class.__name__, function.__name__)
    elif inspect.ismethod(function) or inspect.isfunction(function):
        # This could be a function, a static method, a unbound method...
            parts = (function.__module__, function.__qualname__)
        except AttributeError:
            if hasattr(function, 'im_class'):
                # This is a unbound method, which exists only in python 2.x
                im_class = function.im_class
                parts = (im_class.__module__,
                         im_class.__name__, function.__name__)
                parts = (function.__module__, function.__name__)
        im_class = type(function)
        if im_class is _TYPE_TYPE:
            im_class = function
            parts = (im_class.__module__, im_class.__qualname__)
        except AttributeError:
            parts = (im_class.__module__, im_class.__name__)
    # When running under sphinx it appears this can be none? if so just
    # don't include it...
    mod, rest = (parts[0], parts[1:])
    if not mod:
        return '.'.join(rest)
        return '.'.join(parts)