Python google.protobuf.pyext._message.Descriptor() Examples

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Example 1
Project: bigquerylayers   Author: smandaric   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 2
Project: bigquerylayers   Author: smandaric   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 3
Project: RouteOptimization   Author: andre-le   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 4
Project: RouteOptimization   Author: andre-le   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 5
Project: deoplete-asm   Author: deoplete-plugins   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 6
Project: deoplete-asm   Author: deoplete-plugins   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 7
Project: FUTU_Stop_Loss   Author: BigtoC   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 8
Project: FUTU_Stop_Loss   Author: BigtoC   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 9
Project: auto-alt-text-lambda-api   Author: abhisuri97   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 10
Project: auto-alt-text-lambda-api   Author: abhisuri97   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 11
Project: chrome_os_updater   Author: MuntashirAkon   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 12
Project: chrome_os_updater   Author: MuntashirAkon   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 13
Project: poker   Author: surgebiswas   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 14
Project: poker   Author: surgebiswas   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 15
Project: poker   Author: surgebiswas   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 16
Project: syndicate-core   Author: syndicate-storage   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 17
Project: syndicate-core   Author: syndicate-storage   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 18
Project: Emotion-Evaluator   Author: Attriumph   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 19
Project: Emotion-Evaluator   Author: Attriumph   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 20
Project: geofire-python   Author: ininex   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 21
Project: geofire-python   Author: ininex   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 22
Project: go2mapillary   Author: enricofer   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 23
Project: go2mapillary   Author: enricofer   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 24
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 25
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 26
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 27
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 28
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 29
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 30
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 31
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 32
Project: kastodi   Author: kharts   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 33
Project: kastodi   Author: kharts   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overriden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 34
Project: lambda-tensorflow-object-detection   Author: mikylucky   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to the matching proto in descriptor_pb2.

    Args:
      proto: An empty proto instance from descriptor_pb2.

    Raises:
      Error: If self couldnt be serialized, due to to few constructor arguments.
    """
    if (self.file is not None and
        self._serialized_start is not None and
        self._serialized_end is not None):
      proto.ParseFromString(self.file.serialized_pb[
          self._serialized_start:self._serialized_end])
    else:
      raise Error('Descriptor does not contain serialization.') 
Example 35
Project: lambda-tensorflow-object-detection   Author: mikylucky   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def CopyToProto(self, proto):
    """Copies this to a descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.

    Args:
      proto: An empty descriptor_pb2.DescriptorProto.
    """
    # This function is overridden to give a better doc comment.
    super(Descriptor, self).CopyToProto(proto)


# TODO(robinson): We should have aggressive checking here,
# for example:
#   * If you specify a repeated field, you should not be allowed
#     to specify a default value.
#   * [Other examples here as needed].
#
# TODO(robinson): for this and other *Descriptor classes, we
# might also want to lock things down aggressively (e.g.,
# prevent clients from setting the attributes).  Having
# stronger invariants here in general will reduce the number
# of runtime checks we must do in reflection.py... 
Example 36
Project: bigquerylayers   Author: smandaric   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 37
Project: RouteOptimization   Author: andre-le   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 38
Project: deoplete-asm   Author: deoplete-plugins   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 39
Project: FUTU_Stop_Loss   Author: BigtoC   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 40
Project: auto-alt-text-lambda-api   Author: abhisuri97   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 41
Project: chrome_os_updater   Author: MuntashirAkon   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 42
Project: poker   Author: surgebiswas   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 43
Project: poker   Author: surgebiswas   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 44
Project: syndicate-core   Author: syndicate-storage   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 45
Project: Emotion-Evaluator   Author: Attriumph   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 46
Project: geofire-python   Author: ininex   File: descriptor.py    MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 47
Project: go2mapillary   Author: enricofer   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 48
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 49
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 50
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 51
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 52
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: descriptor.py    Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 53
Project: kastodi   Author: kharts   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,
               syntax=None):  # pylint:disable=redefined-builtin
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2" 
Example 54
Project: lambda-tensorflow-object-detection   Author: mikylucky   File: descriptor.py    GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, full_name, filename, containing_type, fields,
               nested_types, enum_types, extensions, options=None,
               serialized_options=None,
               is_extendable=True, extension_ranges=None, oneofs=None,
               file=None, serialized_start=None, serialized_end=None,  # pylint: disable=redefined-builtin
               syntax=None):
    """Arguments to __init__() are as described in the description
    of Descriptor fields above.

    Note that filename is an obsolete argument, that is not used anymore.
    Please use file.name to access this as an attribute.
    """
    super(Descriptor, self).__init__(
        options, 'MessageOptions', name, full_name, file,
        containing_type, serialized_start=serialized_start,
        serialized_end=serialized_end, serialized_options=serialized_options)

    # We have fields in addition to fields_by_name and fields_by_number,
    # so that:
    #   1. Clients can index fields by "order in which they're listed."
    #   2. Clients can easily iterate over all fields with the terse
    #      syntax: for f in descriptor.fields: ...
    self.fields = fields
    for field in self.fields:
      field.containing_type = self
    self.fields_by_number = dict((f.number, f) for f in fields)
    self.fields_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in fields)
    self._fields_by_camelcase_name = None

    self.nested_types = nested_types
    for nested_type in nested_types:
      nested_type.containing_type = self
    self.nested_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in nested_types)

    self.enum_types = enum_types
    for enum_type in self.enum_types:
      enum_type.containing_type = self
    self.enum_types_by_name = dict((t.name, t) for t in enum_types)
    self.enum_values_by_name = dict(
        (v.name, v) for t in enum_types for v in t.values)

    self.extensions = extensions
    for extension in self.extensions:
      extension.extension_scope = self
    self.extensions_by_name = dict((f.name, f) for f in extensions)
    self.is_extendable = is_extendable
    self.extension_ranges = extension_ranges
    self.oneofs = oneofs if oneofs is not None else []
    self.oneofs_by_name = dict((o.name, o) for o in self.oneofs)
    for oneof in self.oneofs:
      oneof.containing_type = self
    self.syntax = syntax or "proto2"