Source code for pexpect.fdpexpect

'''This is like pexpect, but it will work with any file descriptor that you
pass it. You are responsible for opening and close the file descriptor.
This allows you to use Pexpect with sockets and named pipes (FIFOs).

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    Copyright (c) 2012, Noah Spurrier <noah@noah.org>
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'''

from .spawnbase import SpawnBase
from .exceptions import ExceptionPexpect, TIMEOUT
from .utils import select_ignore_interrupts
import os

__all__ = ['fdspawn']

[docs]class fdspawn(SpawnBase): '''This is like pexpect.spawn but allows you to supply your own open file descriptor. For example, you could use it to read through a file looking for patterns, or to control a modem or serial device. '''
[docs] def __init__ (self, fd, args=None, timeout=30, maxread=2000, searchwindowsize=None, logfile=None, encoding=None, codec_errors='strict'): '''This takes a file descriptor (an int) or an object that support the fileno() method (returning an int). All Python file-like objects support fileno(). ''' if type(fd) != type(0) and hasattr(fd, 'fileno'): fd = fd.fileno() if type(fd) != type(0): raise ExceptionPexpect('The fd argument is not an int. If this is a command string then maybe you want to use pexpect.spawn.') try: # make sure fd is a valid file descriptor os.fstat(fd) except OSError: raise ExceptionPexpect('The fd argument is not a valid file descriptor.') self.args = None self.command = None SpawnBase.__init__(self, timeout, maxread, searchwindowsize, logfile, encoding=encoding, codec_errors=codec_errors) self.child_fd = fd self.own_fd = False self.closed = False self.name = '<file descriptor %d>' % fd
[docs] def close (self): """Close the file descriptor. Calling this method a second time does nothing, but if the file descriptor was closed elsewhere, :class:`OSError` will be raised. """ if self.child_fd == -1: return self.flush() os.close(self.child_fd) self.child_fd = -1 self.closed = True
[docs] def isalive (self): '''This checks if the file descriptor is still valid. If :func:`os.fstat` does not raise an exception then we assume it is alive. ''' if self.child_fd == -1: return False try: os.fstat(self.child_fd) return True except: return False
def terminate (self, force=False): # pragma: no cover '''Deprecated and invalid. Just raises an exception.''' raise ExceptionPexpect('This method is not valid for file descriptors.') # These four methods are left around for backwards compatibility, but not # documented as part of fdpexpect. You're encouraged to use os.write # directly. def send(self, s): "Write to fd, return number of bytes written" s = self._coerce_send_string(s) self._log(s, 'send') b = self._encoder.encode(s, final=False) return os.write(self.child_fd, b) def sendline(self, s): "Write to fd with trailing newline, return number of bytes written" s = self._coerce_send_string(s) return self.send(s + self.linesep) def write(self, s): "Write to fd, return None" self.send(s) def writelines(self, sequence): "Call self.write() for each item in sequence" for s in sequence: self.write(s) def read_nonblocking(self, size=1, timeout=-1): """ Read from the file descriptor and return the result as a string. The read_nonblocking method of :class:`SpawnBase` assumes that a call to os.read will not block (timeout parameter is ignored). This is not the case for POSIX file-like objects such as sockets and serial ports. Use :func:`select.select`, timeout is implemented conditionally for POSIX systems. :param int size: Read at most *size* bytes. :param int timeout: Wait timeout seconds for file descriptor to be ready to read. When -1 (default), use self.timeout. When 0, poll. :return: String containing the bytes read """ if os.name == 'posix': if timeout == -1: timeout = self.timeout rlist = [self.child_fd] wlist = [] xlist = [] rlist, wlist, xlist = select_ignore_interrupts(rlist, wlist, xlist, timeout) if self.child_fd not in rlist: raise TIMEOUT('Timeout exceeded.') return super(fdspawn, self).read_nonblocking(size)