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# Copyright (c) 2017-2022 Fumito Hamamura <>

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# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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import os
import inspect
import tempfile
import pathlib
from types import ModuleType
import importlib
from importlib.machinery import SourceFileLoader
from importlib.util import spec_from_loader, module_from_spec

from .baseio import BaseIOSpec, BaseSharedIO
from modelx.serialize.ziputil import write_str_utf8

class ModuleIO(BaseSharedIO):

    def __init__(self, path, manager, load_from, module=None):
        # module prior to load_from
        load_from = self._get_module_path(module) if module is not None else load_from
        super().__init__(path, manager, load_from=load_from)
        self.source = None  # call _load_module to set source

    def _get_module_path(module):
        if isinstance(module, ModuleType):
            return pathlib.Path(module.__file__)
        elif isinstance(module, (str, os.PathLike)):
            return pathlib.Path(module).resolve()
            raise RuntimeError("must not happen")

    def _on_write(self, path):
        write_str_utf8(self.source, path=path)

    def _on_update_value(self, value, kwargs):
        if isinstance(value, (ModuleType, str, os.PathLike)):
            self._load_from = self._get_module_path(value)
        elif value is None:     # reload current
            raise ValueError("must not happen")
        self.source = None  # call _load_module to set source

    def _load_module(self):
        loader = SourceFileLoader("<unnamed module>", path=str(self.load_from))
        spec = spec_from_loader(, loader)
        mod = importlib.util.module_from_spec(spec)
        self.source = inspect.getsource(mod)
        return mod

[docs]class ModuleData(BaseIOSpec): """A subclass of :class:`` that associates a user module with its source file in the model A :class:`ModuleData` is created either by :meth:`UserSpace.new_module<>` or :meth:`Model.new_module<modelx.core.model.Model.new_module>` when a user module is assigned to a Reference. The :class:`ModuleData` is assigned to the ``_mx_dataclient`` attribute of the module. .. versionadded:: 0.13.0 See Also: * :meth:`UserSpace.new_module<>` * :meth:`Model.new_module<modelx.core.model.Model.new_module>` * :meth:`Model.update_module<modelx.core.model.Model.update_module>` * :attr:`~modelx.core.model.Model.iospecs` """ io_class = ModuleIO def __init__(self, module=None): BaseIOSpec.__init__(self) if isinstance(module, ModuleType): self._value = module else: self._value = None def _on_load_value(self): self._value = self._io._load_module() def _can_update_value(self, value, kwargs): return isinstance(value, (ModuleType, str, os.PathLike, type(None))) def _on_update_value(self, value, kwargs): self._value = self._io._load_module() def _on_pickle(self, state): return state def _on_unpickle(self, state): mod = self._io._load_module() self._value = mod def _on_serialize(self, state): return state def _on_unserialize(self, state): self._value = self._io._load_module() def _can_add_other(self, other): return False @property def value(self): """Module held in the object""" return self._value def __repr__(self): return "<ModuleData path=%s>" % repr(str(self._io.path.as_posix()))