Source code for

Defines callbacks to be executed on a thread or by scheduling it
on a running bokeh server.
import asyncio
import inspect
import logging
import time

from functools import partial

import param

from ..util import edit_readonly, function_name
from .state import curdoc_locked, state

log = logging.getLogger('panel.callbacks')
_periodic_logger = logging.getLogger(f'{__name__}.PeriodicCallback')

[docs]class PeriodicCallback(param.Parameterized): """ Periodic encapsulates a periodic callback which will run both in tornado based notebook environments and on bokeh server. By default the callback will run until the stop method is called, but count and timeout values can be set to limit the number of executions or the maximum length of time for which the callback will run. The callback may also be started and stopped by setting the running parameter to True or False respectively. """ callback = param.Callable(doc=""" The callback to execute periodically.""") counter = param.Integer(default=0, doc=""" Counts the number of executions.""") count = param.Integer(default=None, doc=""" Number of times the callback will be executed, by default this is unlimited.""") log = param.Boolean(default=True, doc=""" Whether the periodic callback should log its actions.""") period = param.Integer(default=500, doc=""" Period in milliseconds at which the callback is executed.""") timeout = param.Integer(default=None, doc=""" Timeout in milliseconds from the start time at which the callback expires.""") running = param.Boolean(default=False, doc=""" Toggles whether the periodic callback is currently running.""") def __init__(self, **params): self._background = params.pop('background', False) super().__init__(**params) self._start_time = None self._cb = None self._updating = False self._doc = None @param.depends('running', watch=True) def _start(self): if not self.running or self._updating: return self.start() @param.depends('running', watch=True) def _stop(self): if self.running or self._updating: return self.stop() @param.depends('period', watch=True) def _update_period(self): if self._cb: self.stop() self.start() def _exec_callback(self, post=False): from .state import set_curdoc try: with set_curdoc(self._doc): if self.running: self.counter += 1 if self.count is not None and self.counter > self.count: self.stop() cb = self.callback() if self.running else None except Exception: cb = None if post: self._post_callback() return cb def _post_callback(self): cbname = function_name(self.callback) if self._doc and self.log: LOG_PERIODIC_END, id(self._doc), cbname, self.counter ) if not self._background: with edit_readonly(state): state._busy_counter -= 1 if self.timeout is not None: dt = (time.time() - self._start_time) * 1000 if dt > self.timeout: self.stop() if self.counter == self.count: self.stop() async def _periodic_callback(self): if not self._background: with edit_readonly(state): state._busy_counter += 1 cbname = function_name(self.callback) if self._doc and self.log: LOG_PERIODIC_START, id(self._doc), cbname, self.counter ) is_async = ( inspect.isasyncgenfunction(self.callback) or inspect.iscoroutinefunction(self.callback) ) if state._thread_pool and not is_async: future = state._thread_pool.submit(self._exec_callback, True) future.add_done_callback(partial(state._handle_future_exception, doc=self._doc)) return try: cb = self._exec_callback() if inspect.isawaitable(cb): await cb except Exception: log.exception('Periodic callback failed.') raise finally: self._post_callback() async def _async_repeat(self, func): """ Run func every interval seconds. If func has not finished before *interval*, will run again immediately when the previous iteration finished. """ while True: start = time.monotonic() await func() timeout = (self.period/1000.) - (time.monotonic()-start) if timeout > 0: await asyncio.sleep(timeout) def _cleanup(self, session_context): self.stop()
[docs] def start(self): """ Starts running the periodic callback. """ if self._cb is not None: raise RuntimeError('Periodic callback has already started.') if not self.running: try: self._updating = True self.running = True finally: self._updating = False self._start_time = time.time() if state._is_pyodide: self._cb = asyncio.create_task( self._async_repeat(self._periodic_callback) ) elif state.curdoc and state.curdoc.session_context: self._doc = state.curdoc if state._unblocked(state.curdoc): self._cb = self._doc.add_periodic_callback(self._periodic_callback, self.period) else: self._doc.add_next_tick_callback(self.start) else: from tornado.ioloop import PeriodicCallback self._cb = PeriodicCallback(lambda: asyncio.create_task(self._periodic_callback()), self.period) self._cb.start()
[docs] def stop(self): """ Stops running the periodic callback. """ if self.running: try: self._updating = True self.running = False finally: self._updating = False with param.discard_events(self): self.counter = 0 self._timeout = None if state._is_pyodide: self._cb.cancel() elif self._doc: if self._doc._session_context: self._doc.callbacks.remove_session_callback(self._cb) else: self._doc.callbacks._session_callbacks.remove(self._cb) elif self._cb: self._cb.stop() self._cb = None doc = self._doc or curdoc_locked() if doc: doc.callbacks.session_destroyed_callbacks = { cb for cb in doc.callbacks.session_destroyed_callbacks if cb is not self._cleanup } self._doc = None