ucb.py (plain text)

"""The ucb module contains functions specific to 61A at UC Berkeley."""

import code
import functools
import inspect
import re
import signal
import sys

def main(fn):
    """Call fn with command line arguments.  Used as a decorator.

    The main decorator marks the function that starts a program. For example,
    def my_run_function():
        # function body
    Use this instead of the typical __name__ == "__main__" predicate.
    if inspect.stack()[1][0].f_locals['__name__'] == '__main__':
        args = sys.argv[1:] # Discard the script name from command line
        fn(*args) # Call the main function
    return fn

_PREFIX = ''
def trace(fn):
    """A decorator that prints a function's name, its arguments, and its return
    values each time the function is called. For example,

    def compute_something(x, y):
        # function body
    def wrapped(*args, **kwds):
        global _PREFIX
        reprs = [repr(e) for e in args] 
        reprs += [repr(k) + '=' + repr(v) for k, v in kwds.items()]
        log('{0}({1})'.format(fn.__name__, ', '.join(reprs)) + ':')
        _PREFIX += '    '
            result = fn(*args, **kwds)
            _PREFIX = _PREFIX[:-4]
        except Exception as e:
            log(fn.__name__ + ' exited via exception')
            _PREFIX = _PREFIX[:-4]
        # Here, print out the return value.
        log('{0}({1}) -> {2}'.format(fn.__name__, ', '.join(reprs), result))
        return result
    return wrapped

def log(message):
    """Print an indented message (used with trace)."""
    if type(message) is not str:
        message = str(message)
    print(_PREFIX + re.sub('\n', '\n' + _PREFIX, message))

def log_current_line():
    """Print information about the current line of code."""
    frame = inspect.stack()[1]
    log('Current line: File "{f[1]}", line {f[2]}, in {f[3]}'.format(f=frame))

def interact(msg=None):
    """Start an interactive interpreter session in the current environment.

    On Unix:
      <Control>-D exits the interactive session and returns to normal execution.
    In Windows:
      <Control>-Z <Enter> exists the interactive session and returns to normal
    # use exception trick to pick up the current frame
        raise None
        frame = sys.exc_info()[2].tb_frame.f_back

    # evaluate commands in current namespace
    namespace = frame.f_globals.copy()
    # exit on interrupt
    def handler(signum, frame):
    signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, handler)

    if not msg:
        _, filename, line, _, _, _ = inspect.stack()[1]
        msg = 'Interacting at File "{0}", line {1} \n'.format(filename, line)
        msg += '    Unix:    <Control>-D continues the program; \n'
        msg += '    Windows: <Control>-Z <Enter> continues the program; \n'
        msg += '    exit() or <Control>-C exits the program'
    code.interact(msg, None, namespace)