1. Ali Gholami Rudi
  2. rope_py3k


rope_py3k / rope / refactor / encapsulate_field.py

from rope.base import pynames, taskhandle, evaluate, exceptions, worder, utils
from rope.base.change import ChangeSet, ChangeContents
from rope.refactor import sourceutils, occurrences

class EncapsulateField(object):

    def __init__(self, project, resource, offset):
        self.pycore = project.pycore
        self.name = worder.get_name_at(resource, offset)
        this_pymodule = self.pycore.resource_to_pyobject(resource)
        self.pyname = evaluate.eval_location(this_pymodule, offset)
        if not self._is_an_attribute(self.pyname):
            raise exceptions.RefactoringError(
                'Encapsulate field should be performed on class attributes.')
        self.resource = self.pyname.get_definition_location()[0].get_resource()

    def get_changes(self, getter=None, setter=None, resources=None,
        """Get the changes this refactoring makes

        If `getter` is not `None`, that will be the name of the
        getter, otherwise ``get_${field_name}`` will be used.  The
        same is true for `setter` and if it is None set_${field_name} is

        `resources` can be a list of `rope.base.resource.File`\s that
        the refactoring should be applied on; if `None` all python
        files in the project are searched.

        if resources is None:
            resources = self.pycore.get_python_files()
        changes = ChangeSet('Encapsulate field <%s>' % self.name)
        job_set = task_handle.create_jobset('Collecting Changes',
        if getter is None:
            getter = 'get_' + self.name
        if setter is None:
            setter = 'set_' + self.name
        renamer = GetterSetterRenameInModule(
            self.pycore, self.name, self.pyname, getter, setter)
        for file in resources:
            if file == self.resource:
                result = self._change_holding_module(changes, renamer,
                                                     getter, setter)
                changes.add_change(ChangeContents(self.resource, result))
                result = renamer.get_changed_module(file)
                if result is not None:
                    changes.add_change(ChangeContents(file, result))
        return changes

    def get_field_name(self):
        """Get the name of the field to be encapsulated"""
        return self.name

    def _is_an_attribute(self, pyname):
        if pyname is not None and isinstance(pyname, pynames.AssignedName):
            pymodule, lineno = self.pyname.get_definition_location()
            scope = pymodule.get_scope().\
            if scope.get_kind() == 'Class':
                return pyname in scope.get_names().values()
            parent = scope.parent
            if parent is not None and parent.get_kind() == 'Class':
                return pyname in parent.get_names().values()
        return False

    def _get_defining_class_scope(self):
        defining_scope = self._get_defining_scope()
        if defining_scope.get_kind() == 'Function':
            defining_scope = defining_scope.parent
        return defining_scope

    def _get_defining_scope(self):
        pymodule, line = self.pyname.get_definition_location()
        return pymodule.get_scope().get_inner_scope_for_line(line)

    def _change_holding_module(self, changes, renamer, getter, setter):
        pymodule = self.pycore.resource_to_pyobject(self.resource)
        class_scope = self._get_defining_class_scope()
        defining_object = self._get_defining_scope().pyobject
        start, end = sourceutils.get_body_region(defining_object)

        new_source = renamer.get_changed_module(pymodule=pymodule,
                                                skip_start=start, skip_end=end)
        if new_source is not None:
            pymodule = self.pycore.get_string_module(new_source, self.resource)
            class_scope = pymodule.get_scope().\
        indents = sourceutils.get_indent(self.pycore) * ' '
        getter = 'def %s(self):\n%sreturn self.%s' % \
                 (getter, indents, self.name)
        setter = 'def %s(self, value):\n%sself.%s = value' % \
                 (setter, indents, self.name)
        new_source = sourceutils.add_methods(pymodule, class_scope,
                                             [getter, setter])
        return new_source

class GetterSetterRenameInModule(object):

    def __init__(self, pycore, name, pyname, getter, setter):
        self.pycore = pycore
        self.name = name
        self.finder = occurrences.create_finder(pycore, name, pyname)
        self.getter = getter
        self.setter = setter

    def get_changed_module(self, resource=None, pymodule=None,
                           skip_start=0, skip_end=0):
        change_finder = _FindChangesForModule(self, resource, pymodule,
                                              skip_start, skip_end)
        return change_finder.get_changed_module()

class _FindChangesForModule(object):

    def __init__(self, finder, resource, pymodule, skip_start, skip_end):
        self.pycore = finder.pycore
        self.finder = finder.finder
        self.getter = finder.getter
        self.setter = finder.setter
        self.resource = resource
        self.pymodule = pymodule
        self.last_modified = 0
        self.last_set = None
        self.set_index = None
        self.skip_start = skip_start
        self.skip_end = skip_end

    def get_changed_module(self):
        result = []
        for occurrence in self.finder.find_occurrences(self.resource,
            start, end = occurrence.get_word_range()
            if self.skip_start <= start < self.skip_end:
            self._manage_writes(start, result)
            if self._is_assigned_in_a_tuple_assignment(occurrence):
                raise exceptions.RefactoringError(
                    'Cannot handle tuple assignments in encapsulate field.')
            if occurrence.is_written():
                assignment_type = self.worder.get_assignment_type(start)
                if assignment_type == '=':
                    result.append(self.setter + '(')
                    var_name = self.source[occurrence.get_primary_range()[0]:
                                           start] + self.getter + '()'
                    result.append(self.setter + '(' + var_name
                                  + ' %s ' % assignment_type[:-1])
                current_line = self.lines.get_line_number(start)
                start_line, end_line = self.pymodule.logical_lines.\
                self.last_set = self.lines.get_line_end(end_line)
                end = self.source.index('=', end) + 1
                self.set_index = len(result)
                result.append(self.getter + '()')
            self.last_modified = end
        if self.last_modified != 0:
            self._manage_writes(len(self.source), result)
            return ''.join(result)
        return None

    def _manage_writes(self, offset, result):
        if self.last_set is not None and self.last_set <= offset:
            set_value = ''.join(result[self.set_index:]).strip()
            del result[self.set_index:]
            result.append(set_value + ')')
            self.last_modified = self.last_set
            self.last_set = None

    def _is_assigned_in_a_tuple_assignment(self, occurance):
        offset = occurance.get_word_range()[0]
        return self.worder.is_assigned_in_a_tuple_assignment(offset)

    def source(self):
        if self.resource is not None:
            return self.resource.read()
            return self.pymodule.source_code

    def lines(self):
        if self.pymodule is None:
            self.pymodule = self.pycore.resource_to_pyobject(self.resource)
        return self.pymodule.lines

    def worder(self):
        return worder.Worder(self.source)