Python collections.MutableSet() Examples

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Example 1
Project: pex   Author: pantsbuild   File: ordered_set.py    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def discard(self, key):
        """
        Remove an element.  Do not raise an exception if absent.

        The MutableSet mixin uses this to implement the .remove() method, which
        *does* raise an error when asked to remove a non-existent item.

        Example:
            >>> oset = OrderedSet([1, 2, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
        """
        if key in self:
            i = self.map[key]
            del self.items[i]
            del self.map[key]
            for k, v in self.map.items():
                if v >= i:
                    self.map[k] = v - 1 
Example 2
Project: ubelt   Author: Erotemic   File: orderedset.py    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def discard(self, key):
        """
        Remove an element.  Do not raise an exception if absent.

        The MutableSet mixin uses this to implement the .remove() method, which
        *does* raise an error when asked to remove a non-existent item.

        Example:
            >>> oset = OrderedSet([1, 2, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
        """
        if key in self:
            i = self.map[key]
            del self.items[i]
            del self.map[key]
            for k, v in self.map.items():
                if v >= i:
                    self.map[k] = v - 1 
Example 3
Project: rules_pip   Author: ali5h   File: ordered_set.py    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def discard(self, key):
        """
        Remove an element.  Do not raise an exception if absent.

        The MutableSet mixin uses this to implement the .remove() method, which
        *does* raise an error when asked to remove a non-existent item.

        Example:
            >>> oset = OrderedSet([1, 2, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
        """
        if key in self:
            i = self.map[key]
            del self.items[i]
            del self.map[key]
            for k, v in self.map.items():
                if v >= i:
                    self.map[k] = v - 1 
Example 4
Project: virt-who   Author: candlepin   File: config.py    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def remove_key(self, key):
        # The parts of the ConfigSection that might contain "key"
        trackers = [self.validation_methods,
                    self._destinations,
                    self._restricted,
                    self._required_keys,
                    self.defaults,
                    self._values,
                    self._unvalidated_keys,
                    ]
        for tracker in trackers:
            if key in tracker:
                if isinstance(tracker, collections.MutableMapping):
                    del tracker[key]
                elif isinstance(tracker, collections.MutableSequence):
                    tracker.remove(key)
                elif isinstance(tracker, collections.MutableSet):
                    tracker.discard(key) 
Example 5
Project: setuptools   Author: pypa   File: ordered_set.py    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def discard(self, key):
        """
        Remove an element.  Do not raise an exception if absent.

        The MutableSet mixin uses this to implement the .remove() method, which
        *does* raise an error when asked to remove a non-existent item.

        Example:
            >>> oset = OrderedSet([1, 2, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
            >>> oset.discard(2)
            >>> print(oset)
            OrderedSet([1, 3])
        """
        if key in self:
            i = self.map[key]
            del self.items[i]
            del self.map[key]
            for k, v in self.map.items():
                if v >= i:
                    self.map[k] = v - 1 
Example 6
Project: misp42splunk   Author: remg427   File: sandbox.py    License: GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 7
Project: misp42splunk   Author: remg427   File: sandbox.py    License: GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 8
Project: recruit   Author: Frank-qlu   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 9
Project: recruit   Author: Frank-qlu   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 10
Project: jbox   Author: jpush   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 11
Project: BinderFilter   Author: dxwu   File: test_collections.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_MutableSet(self):
        self.assertIsInstance(set(), MutableSet)
        self.assertTrue(issubclass(set, MutableSet))
        self.assertNotIsInstance(frozenset(), MutableSet)
        self.assertFalse(issubclass(frozenset, MutableSet))
        self.validate_abstract_methods(MutableSet, '__contains__', '__iter__', '__len__',
            'add', 'discard') 
Example 12
Project: BinderFilter   Author: dxwu   File: test_collections.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_issue_5647(self):
        # MutableSet.__iand__ mutated the set during iteration
        s = WithSet('abcd')
        s &= WithSet('cdef')            # This used to fail
        self.assertEqual(set(s), set('cd')) 
Example 13
Project: BinderFilter   Author: dxwu   File: test_collections.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_issue_4920(self):
        # MutableSet.pop() method did not work
        class MySet(collections.MutableSet):
            __slots__=['__s']
            def __init__(self,items=None):
                if items is None:
                    items=[]
                self.__s=set(items)
            def __contains__(self,v):
                return v in self.__s
            def __iter__(self):
                return iter(self.__s)
            def __len__(self):
                return len(self.__s)
            def add(self,v):
                result=v not in self.__s
                self.__s.add(v)
                return result
            def discard(self,v):
                result=v in self.__s
                self.__s.discard(v)
                return result
            def __repr__(self):
                return "MySet(%s)" % repr(list(self))
        s = MySet([5,43,2,1])
        self.assertEqual(s.pop(), 1) 
Example 14
Project: RSSNewsGAE   Author: liantian-cn   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 15
Project: oss-ftp   Author: aliyun   File: test_collections.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_MutableSet(self):
        self.assertIsInstance(set(), MutableSet)
        self.assertTrue(issubclass(set, MutableSet))
        self.assertNotIsInstance(frozenset(), MutableSet)
        self.assertFalse(issubclass(frozenset, MutableSet))
        self.validate_abstract_methods(MutableSet, '__contains__', '__iter__', '__len__',
            'add', 'discard') 
Example 16
Project: oss-ftp   Author: aliyun   File: test_collections.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_issue_5647(self):
        # MutableSet.__iand__ mutated the set during iteration
        s = WithSet('abcd')
        s &= WithSet('cdef')            # This used to fail
        self.assertEqual(set(s), set('cd')) 
Example 17
Project: oss-ftp   Author: aliyun   File: test_collections.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_issue_4920(self):
        # MutableSet.pop() method did not work
        class MySet(collections.MutableSet):
            __slots__=['__s']
            def __init__(self,items=None):
                if items is None:
                    items=[]
                self.__s=set(items)
            def __contains__(self,v):
                return v in self.__s
            def __iter__(self):
                return iter(self.__s)
            def __len__(self):
                return len(self.__s)
            def add(self,v):
                result=v not in self.__s
                self.__s.add(v)
                return result
            def discard(self,v):
                result=v in self.__s
                self.__s.discard(v)
                return result
            def __repr__(self):
                return "MySet(%s)" % repr(list(self))
        s = MySet([5,43,2,1])
        self.assertEqual(s.pop(), 1) 
Example 18
Project: OpenXR-SDK-Source   Author: KhronosGroup   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 19
Project: yaql   Author: openstack   File: utils.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def is_mutable(obj):
    return isinstance(obj, (collections.MutableSequence,
                            collections.MutableSet,
                            collections.MutableMapping)) 
Example 20
Project: pySINDy   Author: luckystarufo   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 21
Project: Building-Recommendation-Systems-with-Python   Author: PacktPublishing   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 22
Project: Building-Recommendation-Systems-with-Python   Author: PacktPublishing   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 23
Project: scylla   Author: acaceres2176   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 24
Project: code   Author: ActiveState   File: recipe-576932.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def clear(self):
        self._items.clear()


# From this point on, only tests.
# Perhaps there are more test cases than really required,
# but the MutableSet ABC isn't tested very much in the
# standard regression tests. 
Example 25
Project: cadquery-freecad-module   Author: jmwright   File: sandbox.py    License: GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 26
Project: Financial-Portfolio-Flask   Author: Ryan-Gordon   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 27
Project: Flask-P2P   Author: chalasr   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 28
Project: planespotter   Author: yfauser   File: sandbox.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 29
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False 
Example 30
Project: luci-py   Author: luci   File: sandbox.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def modifies_known_mutable(obj, attr):
    """This function checks if an attribute on a builtin mutable object
    (list, dict, set or deque) would modify it if called.  It also supports
    the "user"-versions of the objects (`sets.Set`, `UserDict.*` etc.) and
    with Python 2.6 onwards the abstract base classes `MutableSet`,
    `MutableMapping`, and `MutableSequence`.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "clear")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable({}, "keys")
    False
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "append")
    True
    >>> modifies_known_mutable([], "index")
    False

    If called with an unsupported object (such as unicode) `False` is
    returned.

    >>> modifies_known_mutable("foo", "upper")
    False
    """
    for typespec, unsafe in _mutable_spec:
        if isinstance(obj, typespec):
            return attr in unsafe
    return False