Source code for pycopia.QA.controller

# -*- coding: ascii -*-
# vim:ts=4:sw=4:softtabstop=4:smarttab:expandtab
# License: LGPL
# Keith Dart <>

Abstract interfaces for object controllers.


from pycopia import module


[docs]class ControllerError(Exception): pass # base class for all types of Controllers. This is the basic interface.
[docs]class Controller(object): def __init__(self, equipment, logfile=None): self._equipment = equipment if logfile: self.set_logfile(logfile) else: self._logfile = None self.initialize() def __del__(self): self.finalize() self.close()
[docs] def set_logfile(self, lf): if not hasattr(lf, "write"): raise ValueError("Logfile object must have write method.") self._logfile = lf
[docs] def writelog(self, text): if self._logfile is not None: self._logfile.write(text)
def __str__(self): return "<%s: %r>" % (self.__class__.__name__, self._equipment)
[docs] def initialize(self): pass
[docs] def finalize(self): pass
[docs] def close(self): pass
[docs]def register_controller(accessmethod, classpath): _CONTROLLERMAP[accessmethod] = classpath # Factory for figuring out the correct Controller to use, determined by # the "accessmethod" attribute, and returning it.
[docs]def get_controller(equipment, accessmethod, logfile=None): """Return controller instance that is based on the equipment role.""" path = _CONTROLLERMAP[accessmethod] constructor = module.get_object(path) return constructor(equipment, logfile)
[docs]def initialize(cf): # Built-in accessmethods controllers. More are added at runtime from # entries in the "controllers" section of the configuration database. register_controller("ssh", "pycopia.QA.ssh_controller.get_controller") register_controller("remote", "pycopia.remote.Client.get_controller") try: cont = cf.get_container("controllers") except: pass else: for name, value in cont.iteritems(): register_controller(name, value)