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from rope.base.fscommands import _decode_data
from rope.base import ast, exceptions, utils

class PyObject(object):

    def __init__(self, type_):
        if type_ is None:
            type_ = self
        self.type = type_

    def get_attributes(self):
        if self.type is self:
            return {}
        return self.type.get_attributes()

    def get_attribute(self, name):
        if name not in self.get_attributes():
            raise exceptions.AttributeNotFoundError(
                'Attribute %s not found' % name)
        return self.get_attributes()[name]

    def get_type(self):
        return self.type

    def __getitem__(self, key):
        """The same as ``get_attribute(key)``"""
        return self.get_attribute(key)

    def __contains__(self, key):
        """The same as ``key in self.get_attributes()``"""
        return key in self.get_attributes()

    def __eq__(self, obj):
        """Check the equality of two `PyObject`\s

        Currently it is assumed that instances (the direct instances
        of `PyObject`, not the instances of its subclasses) are equal
        if their types are equal.  For every other object like
        defineds or builtins rope assumes objects are reference
        objects and their identities should match.

        if self.__class__ != obj.__class__:
            return False
        if type(self) == PyObject:
            if self is not self.type:
                return self.type == obj.type
                return self.type is obj.type
        return self is obj

    def __ne__(self, obj):
        return not self.__eq__(obj)

    def __hash__(self):
        """See docs for `__eq__()` method"""
        if type(self) == PyObject and self != self.type:
            return hash(self.type) + 1
            return super(PyObject, self).__hash__()

    def __iter__(self):
        """The same as ``iter(self.get_attributes())``"""
        return iter(self.get_attributes())

    _types = None
    _unknown = None

    def _get_base_type(name):
        if PyObject._types is None:
            PyObject._types = {}
            base_type = PyObject(None)
            PyObject._types['Type'] = base_type
            PyObject._types['Module'] = PyObject(base_type)
            PyObject._types['Function'] = PyObject(base_type)
            PyObject._types['Unknown'] = PyObject(base_type)
        return PyObject._types[name]

def get_base_type(name):
    """Return the base type with name `name`.

    The base types are 'Type', 'Function', 'Module' and 'Unknown'.  It
    was used to check the type of a `PyObject` but currently its use
    is discouraged.  Use classes defined in this module instead.
    For example instead of
    ``pyobject.get_type() == get_base_type('Function')`` use
    ``isinstance(pyobject, AbstractFunction)``.

    You can use `AbstractClass` for classes, `AbstractFunction` for
    functions, and `AbstractModule` for modules.  You can also use
    `PyFunction` and `PyClass` for testing if an object is
    defined somewhere and rope can access its source.  These classes
    provide more methods.

    return PyObject._get_base_type(name)

def get_unknown():
    """Return a pyobject whose type is unknown

    Note that two unknown objects are equal.  So for example you can

      if pyname.get_object() == get_unknown():
          print 'cannot determine what this pyname holds'

    Rope could have used `None` for indicating unknown objects but
    we had to check that in many places.  So actually this method
    returns a null object.

    if PyObject._unknown is None:
        PyObject._unknown = PyObject(get_base_type('Unknown'))
    return PyObject._unknown

class AbstractClass(PyObject):

    def __init__(self):
        super(AbstractClass, self).__init__(get_base_type('Type'))

    def get_name(self):

    def get_doc(self):

    def get_superclasses(self):
        return []

class AbstractFunction(PyObject):

    def __init__(self):
        super(AbstractFunction, self).__init__(get_base_type('Function'))

    def get_name(self):

    def get_doc(self):

    def get_param_names(self, special_args=True):
        return []

    def get_returned_object(self, args):
        return get_unknown()

class AbstractModule(PyObject):

    def __init__(self, doc=None):
        super(AbstractModule, self).__init__(get_base_type('Module'))

    def get_doc(self):

    def get_resource(self):

class PyDefinedObject(object):
    """Python defined names that rope can access their sources"""

    def __init__(self, pycore, ast_node, parent):
        self.pycore = pycore
        self.ast_node = ast_node
        self.scope = None
        self.parent = parent
        self.structural_attributes = None
        self.concluded_attributes = self.get_module()._get_concluded_data()
        self.attributes = self.get_module()._get_concluded_data()
        self.defineds = None

    visitor_class = None

    @utils.prevent_recursion(lambda: {})
    def _get_structural_attributes(self):
        if self.structural_attributes is None:
            self.structural_attributes = self._create_structural_attributes()
        return self.structural_attributes

    @utils.prevent_recursion(lambda: {})
    def _get_concluded_attributes(self):
        if self.concluded_attributes.get() is None:
        return self.concluded_attributes.get()

    def get_attributes(self):
        if self.attributes.get() is None:
            result = dict(self._get_concluded_attributes())
        return self.attributes.get()

    def get_attribute(self, name):
        if name in self._get_structural_attributes():
            return self._get_structural_attributes()[name]
        if name in self._get_concluded_attributes():
            return self._get_concluded_attributes()[name]
        raise exceptions.AttributeNotFoundError('Attribute %s not found' %

    def get_scope(self):
        if self.scope is None:
            self.scope = self._create_scope()
        return self.scope

    def get_module(self):
        current_object = self
        while current_object.parent is not None:
            current_object = current_object.parent
        return current_object

    def get_doc(self):
        if len(self.get_ast().body) > 0:
            expr = self.get_ast().body[0]
            if isinstance(expr, ast.Expr) and \
               isinstance(expr.value, ast.Str):
                docstring = expr.value.s
                coding = self.get_module().coding
                return _decode_data(docstring, coding)

    def _get_defined_objects(self):
        if self.defineds is None:
        return self.defineds

    def _create_structural_attributes(self):
        if self.visitor_class is None:
            return {}
        new_visitor = self.visitor_class(self.pycore, self)
        for child in ast.get_child_nodes(self.ast_node):
            ast.walk(child, new_visitor)
        self.defineds = new_visitor.defineds
        return new_visitor.names

    def _create_concluded_attributes(self):
        return {}

    def get_ast(self):
        return self.ast_node

    def _create_scope(self):

class PyFunction(PyDefinedObject, AbstractFunction):
    """Only a placeholder"""

class PyClass(PyDefinedObject, AbstractClass):
    """Only a placeholder"""

class _ConcludedData(object):

    def __init__(self):
        self.data_ = None

    def set(self, data):
        self.data_ = data

    def get(self):
        return self.data_

    data = property(get, set)

    def _invalidate(self): = None

    def __str__(self):
        return '<' + str( + '>'

class _PyModule(PyDefinedObject, AbstractModule):

    def __init__(self, pycore, ast_node, resource):
        self.resource = resource
        self.concluded_data = []
        PyDefinedObject.__init__(self, pycore, ast_node, None)

    def _get_concluded_data(self):
        new_data = _ConcludedData()
        return new_data

    def _forget_concluded_data(self):
        for data in self.concluded_data:

    def get_resource(self):
        return self.resource

class PyModule(_PyModule):
    """Only a placeholder"""

class PyPackage(_PyModule):
    """Only a placeholder"""

class IsBeingInferredError(exceptions.RopeError):
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