Source code for mu.modes.python3

The Python3 mode for the Mu editor.

Copyright (c) 2015-2017 Nicholas H.Tollervey and others (see the AUTHORS file).

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import sys
import os
import logging
from mu.modes.base import BaseMode
from mu.modes.api import PYTHON3_APIS, SHARED_APIS, PI_APIS
from mu.resources import load_icon
from mu.interface.panes import CHARTS
from ..virtual_environment import venv
from qtconsole.manager import QtKernelManager
from qtconsole.client import QtKernelClient
from PyQt5.QtCore import QObject, QThread, pyqtSignal

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class KernelRunner(QObject): """ Used to control the iPython kernel in a non-blocking manner so the UI remains responsive. """ kernel_started = pyqtSignal(QtKernelManager, QtKernelClient) kernel_finished = pyqtSignal() # Used to build context with user defined envars when running the REPL. default_envars = os.environ.copy() def __init__(self, kernel_name, cwd, envars): """ Initialise the kernel runner with a name of a kernel specification, a target current working directory, any user-defined envars and the path for the currently active virtualenv's site-packages. """ logger.debug( "About to create KernelRunner for %s, %s, %s ", kernel_name, cwd, envars, ) super().__init__() self.kernel_name = kernel_name self.cwd = cwd self.envars = dict(envars)
[docs] def start_kernel(self): """ Create the expected context, start the kernel, obtain a client and emit a signal when both are started. """ logger.debug("About to start kernel") os.chdir(self.cwd) # Ensure the kernel runs with the expected CWD. # Add user defined envars to os.environ so they can be picked up by # the child process running the kernel. "Starting iPython kernel with user defined envars: " "{}".format(self.envars) ) for k, v in self.envars.items(): os.environ[k] = v self.repl_kernel_manager = QtKernelManager() self.repl_kernel_manager.kernel_name = self.kernel_name self.repl_kernel_manager.start_kernel() self.repl_kernel_client = self.repl_kernel_manager.client() self.kernel_started.emit( self.repl_kernel_manager, self.repl_kernel_client )
[docs] def stop_kernel(self): """ Clean up the context, stop the client connections to the kernel, affect an immediate shutdown of the kernel and emit a "finished" signal. """ os.environ.clear() for k, v in self.default_envars.items(): os.environ[k] = v self.repl_kernel_client.stop_channels() self.repl_kernel_manager.shutdown_kernel(now=True) self.kernel_finished.emit()
[docs]class PythonMode(BaseMode): """ Represents the functionality required by the Python 3 mode. """ name = _("Python 3") short_name = "python" description = _("Create code using standard Python 3.") icon = "python" runner = None has_debugger = True kernel_runner = None stop_kernel = pyqtSignal()
[docs] def actions(self): """ Return an ordered list of actions provided by this module. An action is a name (also used to identify the icon) , description, and handler. """ buttons = [ { "name": "run", "display_name": _("Run"), "description": _("Run your Python script."), "handler": self.run_toggle, "shortcut": "F5", }, { "name": "debug", "display_name": _("Debug"), "description": _("Debug your Python script."), "handler": self.debug, "shortcut": "F6", }, { "name": "repl", "display_name": _("REPL"), "description": _("Use the REPL for live coding."), "handler": self.toggle_repl, "shortcut": "Ctrl+Shift+I", }, ] if CHARTS: buttons.append( { "name": "plotter", "display_name": _("Plotter"), "description": _( "Plot data from your script or the REPL." ), "handler": self.toggle_plotter, "shortcut": "CTRL+Shift+P", } ) return buttons
[docs] def api(self): """ Return a list of API specifications to be used by auto-suggest and call tips. """ return SHARED_APIS + PYTHON3_APIS + PI_APIS
[docs] def run_toggle(self, event): """ Handles the toggling of the run button to start/stop a script. """ run_slot = self.view.button_bar.slots["run"] if self.runner: self.stop_script() run_slot.setIcon(load_icon("run")) run_slot.setText(_("Run")) run_slot.setToolTip(_("Run your Python script.")) self.set_buttons(debug=True, modes=True) else: self.run_script() if self.runner: # If the script started, toggle the button state. See #338. run_slot.setIcon(load_icon("stop")) run_slot.setText(_("Stop")) run_slot.setToolTip(_("Stop your Python script.")) self.set_buttons(debug=False, modes=False)
[docs] def run_script(self): """ Run the current script. """ # Grab the Python file. tab = self.view.current_tab if tab is None: logger.debug("There is no active text editor.") self.stop_script() return if tab.path is None: # Unsaved file. if tab.path: # If needed, save the script. if tab.isModified(): self.editor.save_tab_to_file(tab) envars = self.editor.envars cwd = os.path.dirname(tab.path) "About to run script: %s", dict( interpreter=venv.interpreter, script_name=tab.path, working_directory=cwd, interactive=True, envars=envars, ), ) self.runner = self.view.add_python3_runner( interpreter=venv.interpreter, script_name=tab.path, working_directory=cwd, interactive=True, envars=envars, ) self.runner.process.waitForStarted() if self.kernel_runner: self.set_buttons(plotter=False) elif self.plotter: self.set_buttons(repl=False)
[docs] def stop_script(self): """ Stop the currently running script. """ logger.debug("Stopping script.") if self.runner: self.runner.process.kill() self.runner.process.waitForFinished() self.runner = None self.view.remove_python_runner() self.set_buttons(plotter=True, repl=True) self.return_focus_to_current_tab()
[docs] def debug(self, event): """ Debug the script using the debug mode. """"Starting debug mode.") self.editor.change_mode("debugger") self.editor.mode = "debugger" self.editor.modes["debugger"].start()
[docs] def toggle_repl(self, event): """ Toggles the REPL on and off """ if self.kernel_runner is None:"Toggle REPL on.") self.editor.show_status_message(_("Starting iPython REPL.")) self.add_repl() else:"Toggle REPL off.") self.editor.show_status_message( _( "Stopping iPython REPL " "(this may take a short amount " "of time)." ) ) self.remove_repl()
[docs] def add_repl(self): """ Create a new Jupyter REPL session in a non-blocking way. """ self.set_buttons(repl=False) self.kernel_thread = QThread() self.kernel_runner = KernelRunner(, cwd=self.workspace_dir(), envars=self.editor.envars, ) self.kernel_runner.moveToThread(self.kernel_thread) self.kernel_runner.kernel_started.connect(self.on_kernel_start) self.kernel_runner.kernel_finished.connect(self.kernel_thread.quit) self.stop_kernel.connect(self.kernel_runner.stop_kernel) self.kernel_thread.started.connect(self.kernel_runner.start_kernel) self.kernel_thread.finished.connect(self.on_kernel_stop) self.kernel_thread.start()
[docs] def remove_repl(self): """ Remove the Jupyter REPL session. """ self.view.remove_repl() self.set_buttons(repl=False) # Don't block the GUI self.stop_kernel.emit() self.return_focus_to_current_tab()
[docs] def toggle_plotter(self): """ Toggles the plotter on and off. """ if self.plotter:"Toggle plotter off.") self.remove_plotter() else:"Toggle plotter on.") self.add_plotter()
[docs] def add_plotter(self): """ Add a plotter pane. """ self.view.add_python3_plotter(self)"Started plotter") self.plotter = True self.set_buttons(debug=False) if self.repl: self.set_buttons(run=False) elif self.runner: self.set_buttons(repl=False)
[docs] def remove_plotter(self): """ Remove the plotter pane, dump data and clean things up. """ self.set_buttons(run=True, repl=True, debug=True) super().remove_plotter()
[docs] def on_data_flood(self): """ Ensure the process (REPL or runner) causing the data flood is stopped *before* the base on_data_flood is called to turn off the plotter and tell the user what to fix. """ self.set_buttons(run=True, repl=True, debug=True) if self.kernel_runner: self.remove_repl() elif self.runner: self.run_toggle(None) super().on_data_flood()
[docs] def on_kernel_start(self, kernel_manager, kernel_client): """ Handles UI update when the kernel runner has started the iPython kernel. """ self.view.add_jupyter_repl(kernel_manager, kernel_client) self.set_buttons(repl=True) if self.runner: self.set_buttons(plotter=False) elif self.plotter: self.set_buttons(run=False, debug=False) self.editor.show_status_message(_("REPL started."))
[docs] def on_kernel_stop(self): """ Handles UI updates for when the kernel runner has shut down the running iPython kernel. """ self.repl_kernel_manager = None self.set_buttons(repl=True, plotter=True, run=True) self.editor.show_status_message(_("REPL stopped.")) self.kernel_runner = None