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Provides useful functions and classes. Most useful are probably 
printTreeDocs and printTreeSpec. 

:copyright: Copyright 2006-2009 by Oliver Schoenborn, all rights reserved.
:license: BSD, see LICENSE.txt for details.

__all__ = ('printImported', 'StructMsg', 'Callback', 'Enum' )

def printImported():
    '''Output a list of pubsub modules imported so far'''
    import sys
    ll = [mod for mod in sys.modules.keys() if mod.find('pubsub') >= 0]
    print '\n'.join(ll)

class StructMsg:
    This *can* be used to package message data. Each of the keyword 
    args given at construction will be stored as a member of the 'data' 
    member of instance. E.g. "m=Message2(a=1, b='b')" would succeed 
    "assert" and "assert'b'". However, use of 
    Message2 makes your messaging code less documented and harder to 
    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        class Data: pass = Data()

class Callback:
    '''This can be used to wrap functions that are referenced by class 
    data if the data should be called as a function. E.g. given 
    >>> def func(): pass 
    >>> class A: 
    ....def __init__(self): self.a = func
    then doing 
    >>> boo=A(); boo.a()
    will fail since Python will try to call a() as a method of boo, 
    whereas a() is a free function. But if you have instead 
    "self.a = Callback(func)", then "boo.a()" works as expected.  
    def __init__(self, callable_):
        self.__callable = callable_
    def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        return self.__callable(*args, **kwargs)

class Enum:
    '''Used only internally. Represent one value out of an enumeration 
    set.  It is meant to be used as:: 
        class YourAllowedValues:
            enum1 = Enum()
            # or:
            enum2 = Enum(value)
            # or:
            enum3 = Enum(value, 'descriptionLine1')
            # or:
            enum3 = Enum(None, 'descriptionLine1', 'descriptionLine2', ...)
        val = YourAllowedValues.enum1
        if val is YourAllowedValues.enum1:
    nextValue = 0
    values = set()
    def __init__(self, value=None, *desc):
        '''Use value if given, otherwise use next integer.'''
        self.desc = '\n'.join(desc)
        if value is None:
            assert Enum.nextValue not in Enum.values
            self.value = Enum.nextValue
            Enum.nextValue += 1
            # check that we haven't run out of integers!
            if Enum.nextValue == 0:
                raise RuntimeError('Ran out of enumeration values?')
                value + Enum.nextValue
                raise ValueError('Not allowed to assign integer to enumerations')
            except TypeError:
            self.value = value
            if self.value not in Enum.values: