Python types.ObjectType() Examples

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Example 1
Project: pyglet   Author: pyglet   File:    License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 6 votes vote down vote up
def lr_read_tables(module=tab_module,optimize=0):
    global _lr_action, _lr_goto, _lr_productions, _lr_method
        exec("import %s as parsetab" % module)
        global parsetab  # declare the name of the imported module

        if (optimize) or (Signature.digest() == parsetab._lr_signature):
            _lr_action = parsetab._lr_action
            _lr_goto   = parsetab._lr_goto
            _lr_productions = parsetab._lr_productions
            _lr_method = parsetab._lr_method
            return 1
            return 0

    except (ImportError,AttributeError):
        return 0

# Available instance types.  This is used when parsers are defined by a class.
# it's a little funky because I want to preserve backwards compatibility
# with Python 2.0 where types.ObjectType is undefined. 
Example 2
Project: daf-recipes   Author: italia   File:    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def source_read(app, docname, source):
    '''Transform the contents of plugins-toolkit.rst to contain reference docs.

    # We're only interested in the 'plugins-toolkit' doc (plugins-toolkit.rst).
    if docname != 'extensions/plugins-toolkit':

    source_ = ''
    for name, thing in inspect.getmembers(toolkit):

        # The plugins toolkit can override the docstrings of some of its
        # members (e.g. things that are imported from third-party libraries)
        # by putting custom docstrings in this docstring_overrides dict.
        custom_docstring = toolkit.docstring_overrides.get(name)

        if inspect.isfunction(thing):
            source_ += format_function(name, thing, docstring=custom_docstring)
        elif inspect.ismethod(thing):
            # We document plugins toolkit methods as if they're functions. This
            # is correct because the class ckan.plugins.toolkit._Toolkit
            # actually masquerades as a module ckan.plugins.toolkit, and you
            # call its methods as if they were functions.
            source_ += format_function(name, thing, docstring=custom_docstring)
        elif inspect.isclass(thing):
            source_ += format_class(name, thing, docstring=custom_docstring)
        elif isinstance(thing, types.ObjectType):
            source_ += format_object(name, thing, docstring=custom_docstring)

            assert False, ("Someone added {name}:{thing} to the plugins "
                           "toolkit and this Sphinx extension doesn't know "
                           "how to document that yet. If you're that someone, "
                           "you need to add a new format_*() function for it "
                           "here or the docs won't build.".format(
                               name=name, thing=thing))

    source[0] += source_

    # This is useful for debugging the generated RST.
    #open('/tmp/source', 'w').write(source[0]) 
Example 3
Project: insteon-terminal   Author: pfrommerd   File:    License: The Unlicense 5 votes vote down vote up
def help(obj = None):
	"""help(object) prints out help for object, e.g. help(modem)"""
	if obj is not None :
		if isinstance(obj, (types.FunctionType)):
			if obj.__doc__ is None :
				iofun.out("No documentation for \"" +
						obj.__name__ + "\"")

		elif isinstance(obj, (types.ClassType, types.ObjectType)):
			if obj.__doc__ is None :
				iofun.out("No documentation for \"" +
					  	obj.__class__.__name__ + "\"")
			docList = [getattr(obj, method).__doc__ for method in dir(obj) if callable(getattr(obj, method)) and getattr(obj, method).__doc__]
			if len(docList) == 0:
			maxMethodLen = max([len(doc.split(sep)[0]) for doc in docList])
			iofun.out("\n".join(["%s %s" %
								 (doc.split(sep)[0].ljust(maxMethodLen + 1),
								  " ".join(doc.split(sep)[1:]).strip())
								 for doc in docList]))
		out("-------Welcome to the Insteon Terminal-------")
		out("to get a list of available functions, type '?'")
		out("to get help, type help(funcName) or help(objectName)")
		out("for example: help(Modem2413U)")
		out("to quit, type 'quit()'") 
Example 4
Project: python-compat-runtime   Author: GoogleCloudPlatform   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _curry_callable(obj, *args, **kwargs):
  """Takes a callable and arguments and returns a task queue tuple.

  The returned tuple consists of (callable, args, kwargs), and can be pickled
  and unpickled safely.

    obj: The callable to curry. See the module docstring for restrictions.
    args: Positional arguments to call the callable with.
    kwargs: Keyword arguments to call the callable with.
    A tuple consisting of (callable, args, kwargs) that can be evaluated by
    run() with equivalent effect of executing the function directly.
    ValueError: If the passed in object is not of a valid callable type.
  if isinstance(obj, types.MethodType):
    return (invoke_member, (obj.im_self, obj.im_func.__name__) + args, kwargs)
  elif isinstance(obj, types.BuiltinMethodType):
    if not obj.__self__:

      return (obj, args, kwargs)
      return (invoke_member, (obj.__self__, obj.__name__) + args, kwargs)
  elif isinstance(obj, types.ObjectType) and hasattr(obj, "__call__"):
    return (obj, args, kwargs)
  elif isinstance(obj, (types.FunctionType, types.BuiltinFunctionType,
                        types.ClassType, types.UnboundMethodType)):
    return (obj, args, kwargs)
    raise ValueError("obj must be callable")