Python types.resolve_bases() Examples

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Example #1
Source File: six.py    From misp42splunk with GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #2
Source File: six.py    From misp42splunk with GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #3
Source File: six.py    From misp42splunk with GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #4
Source File: six.py    From misp42splunk with GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #5
Source File: six.py    From misp42splunk with GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #6
Source File: six.py    From pex with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #7
Source File: six.py    From teleport with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #8
Source File: six.py    From pipenv with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #9
Source File: six.py    From pipenv with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #10
Source File: six.py    From SplunkAdmins with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #11
Source File: six.py    From SplunkAdmins with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #12
Source File: six.py    From pip-api with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #13
Source File: six.py    From scalyr-agent-2 with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #14
Source File: six.py    From rules_pip with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #15
Source File: six.py    From rules_pip with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #16
Source File: six.py    From six with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #17
Source File: six.py    From FODI with GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #18
Source File: six.py    From CogAlg with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #19
Source File: six.py    From Tautulli with GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #20
Source File: six.py    From V1EngineeringInc-Docs with Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International 6 votes vote down vote up
def with_metaclass(meta, *bases):
    """Create a base class with a metaclass."""
    # This requires a bit of explanation: the basic idea is to make a dummy
    # metaclass for one level of class instantiation that replaces itself with
    # the actual metaclass.
    class metaclass(type):

        def __new__(cls, name, this_bases, d):
            if sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 7):
                # This version introduced PEP 560 that requires a bit
                # of extra care (we mimic what is done by __build_class__).
                resolved_bases = types.resolve_bases(bases)
                if resolved_bases is not bases:
                    d['__orig_bases__'] = bases
            else:
                resolved_bases = bases
            return meta(name, resolved_bases, d)

        @classmethod
        def __prepare__(cls, name, this_bases):
            return meta.__prepare__(name, bases)
    return type.__new__(metaclass, 'temporary_class', (), {}) 
Example #21
Source File: test_types.py    From android_universal with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_resolve_bases(self):
        class A: pass
        class B: pass
        class C:
            def __mro_entries__(self, bases):
                if A in bases:
                    return ()
                return (A,)
        c = C()
        self.assertEqual(types.resolve_bases(()), ())
        self.assertEqual(types.resolve_bases((c,)), (A,))
        self.assertEqual(types.resolve_bases((C,)), (C,))
        self.assertEqual(types.resolve_bases((A, C)), (A, C))
        self.assertEqual(types.resolve_bases((c, A)), (A,))
        self.assertEqual(types.resolve_bases((A, c)), (A,))
        x = (A,)
        y = (C,)
        z = (A, C)
        t = (A, C, B)
        for bases in [x, y, z, t]:
            self.assertIs(types.resolve_bases(bases), bases)