Source code for gemseo.core.grammars.simple_grammar

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"""Most basic grammar implementation."""
from __future__ import annotations

import collections
import logging
from typing import Any
from typing import Container
from typing import Iterable
from typing import Iterator
from typing import Mapping
from typing import Optional

from numpy import ndarray

from gemseo.core.discipline_data import Data
from gemseo.core.grammars.base_grammar import BaseGrammar
from gemseo.core.grammars.errors import InvalidDataException
from gemseo.utils.string_tools import MultiLineString

LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)

NamesToTypes = Mapping[str, Optional[type]]

[docs]class SimpleGrammar(BaseGrammar): """A grammar only based on names and types with a dictionary-like interface. The grammar could be empty, in that case the data validation always pass. If the type bound to a name is ``None`` then the type of the corresponding data name is always valid. """ __names_to_types: dict[str, type] """The binding from element names to element types.""" __required_names: set[str] """The required names.""" def __init__( self, name: str, names_to_types: NamesToTypes | None = None, required_names: Iterable[str] | None = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> None: """ Args: names_to_types: The mapping defining the data names as keys, and data types as values. If ``None``, the grammar is empty. required_names: The names of the required elements. If ``None``, all elements are required. **kwargs: These arguments are not used. """ super().__init__(name) if names_to_types: self.update(names_to_types) if required_names is not None: self._check_name(*required_names) self.__required_names = set(required_names) def __delitem__( self, name: str, ) -> None: del self.__names_to_types[name] if name in self.__required_names: self.__required_names.remove(name) def __getitem__(self, name: str) -> type: return self.__names_to_types[name] def __len__(self) -> int: return len(self.__names_to_types) def __iter__(self) -> Iterator[str]: return iter(self.__names_to_types) def __repr__(self) -> str: text = MultiLineString() text.add(f"Grammar '{}'") text.indent() text.add("Required elements:") text.indent() for name, type_ in self.items(): if name in self.__required_names: text.add(f"{name}: {type_.__name__}") text.dedent() text.add("Optional elements:") text.indent() for name, type_ in self.items(): if name not in self.__required_names: text.add(f"{name}: {type_.__name__}") return str(text)
[docs] def update( self, grammar: BaseGrammar | Iterable[str] | NamesToTypes, exclude_names: Container[str] | None = None, ) -> None: """Update the elements from another grammar or elements or names. When elements are not provided with a :class:`.BaseGrammar`, for consistency with :class:`.__init__` behavior it is assumed that all of them are required. Raises: TypeError: If ``grammar`` type is not supported. ValueError: If the elements types are bad. """ if isinstance(grammar, BaseGrammar): grammar = grammar.convert_to_simple_grammar() self.__update(grammar, grammar.__required_names, exclude_names) elif isinstance(grammar, Mapping): self.__update(grammar, grammar.keys(), exclude_names) elif isinstance(grammar, Iterable): self.__update( dict.fromkeys(grammar, ndarray), grammar, exclude_names, ) else: raise TypeError(f"Cannot update from a {type(grammar)}")
def __update( self, grammar: SimpleGrammar | NamesToTypes, required_names: Container[str], exclude_names: Container[str], ) -> None: """Update the elements from another grammar or elements. When elements are provided names and types instead of a :class:`.BaseGrammar`, for consistency with :class:`.__init__` behavior it is assumed that all of them are required. Args: grammar: The grammar to take the elements from. required_names: The names of the elements that are required. exclude_names: The names of the elements that shall not be updated. Raises: ValueError: If the types are bad. """ exclude_names = exclude_names or [] for element_name, element_type in grammar.items(): if element_name in exclude_names: continue self.__check_type(element_name, element_type) # Generalize dict to support DisciplineData objects. if element_type is dict: self.__names_to_types[element_name] = else: self.__names_to_types[element_name] = element_type if element_name in required_names: self.__required_names.add(element_name) elif element_name in self.__required_names: self.__required_names.remove(element_name) if isinstance(grammar, BaseGrammar): self._update_namespaces_from_grammar(grammar)
[docs] def clear(self) -> None: self.__names_to_types = {} self.__required_names = set()
[docs] def validate( self, data: Data, raise_exception: bool = True, ) -> None: error_message = MultiLineString() missing_names = self.required_names - set(data.keys()) if missing_names: error_message.add( "Missing required names: {}.".format(",".join(sorted(missing_names))) ) for element_name, element_type in self.__names_to_types.items(): if ( element_name in data and element_type is not None and not isinstance(data[element_name], element_type) ): error_message.add( f"Bad type for {element_name}: " f"{type(data[element_name])} instead of {element_type}." ) if error_message.lines: LOGGER.error(error_message) if raise_exception: raise InvalidDataException(str(error_message))
[docs] def update_from_data( self, data: Data, ) -> None: self.update({name: type(value) for name, value in data.items()})
[docs] def is_array(self, name: str) -> bool: self._check_name(name) element_type = self.__names_to_types[name] if element_type is None: return False # TODO: why only ndarray here vs array in json grammar? return issubclass(element_type, ndarray)
[docs] def restrict_to( self, names: Iterable[str], ) -> None: self._check_name(*names) for element_name in tuple(self.__names_to_types): if element_name not in names: del self.__names_to_types[element_name] if element_name in self.__required_names: self.__required_names.remove(element_name)
[docs] def convert_to_simple_grammar(self) -> SimpleGrammar: return self
@property def required_names(self) -> set[str]: return self.__required_names @staticmethod def __check_type(name: str, obj: Any) -> None: """Check that the type of object is a valid element type. Raises: TypeError: If the object is neither a type nor ``None``. """ if obj is not None and not isinstance(obj, type): raise TypeError(f"The element {name} must be a type or None: it is {obj}.") def _check_name(self, *names: str) -> None: for name in names: if name not in self.__names_to_types: raise KeyError(f"The name {name} is not in the grammar.")
[docs] def rename_element(self, current_name: str, new_name: str) -> None: self.__names_to_types[new_name] = self.__names_to_types.pop(current_name) if current_name in self.__required_names: self.__required_names.remove(current_name) self.__required_names.add(new_name)