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from __future__ import annotations

import asyncio
import os
import weakref

from dataclasses import dataclass
from typing import (
    Any, Dict, List, Union,

import tornado

from bokeh.document import Document
from bokeh.embed.bundle import extension_dirs
from bokeh.protocol import Protocol
from bokeh.protocol.receiver import Receiver
from bokeh.server.connection import ServerConnection
from bokeh.server.contexts import BokehSessionContext
from bokeh.server.protocol_handler import ProtocolHandler
from bokeh.server.session import ServerSession
from bokeh.server.views.static_handler import StaticHandler
from import WSHandler
from bokeh.util.token import get_session_id, get_token_payload
from ipykernel.comm import Comm

from ..util import edit_readonly
from .markdown import build_single_handler_application
from .resources import Resources
from .server import server_html_page_for_session
from .state import set_curdoc, state

class _RequestProxy:

    arguments: Dict[str, List[bytes]]
    cookies: Dict[str, str]
    headers: Dict[str, str | List[str]]

class Mimebundle:

    def __init__(self, mimebundle):
        self._mimebundle = mimebundle

    def _repr_mimebundle_(self, include=None, exclude=None):
        return self._mimebundle, {}

[docs]class PanelExecutor(WSHandler): """ The PanelExecutor is intended to be run inside a kernel where it runs a Panel application renders the HTML and then establishes a Jupyter Comm channel to communicate with the PanelWSProxy in order to send and receive messages to and from the frontend. """ def __init__(self, path, token, root_url): self.path = path self.token = token self.root_url = root_url self.payload = self._get_payload(token) self.session_id = get_session_id(token) self.comm = Comm(target_name=self.session_id) self.comm.on_msg(self._receive_msg) self.protocol = Protocol() self.receiver = Receiver(self.protocol) self.handler = ProtocolHandler() self.write_lock = tornado.locks.Lock() self._context = None self.resources = Resources( mode=os.environ.get('BOKEH_RESOURCES', 'server'), root_url=self.root_url, path_versioner=StaticHandler.append_version, absolute=True ) self._set_state() try: self.session = self._create_server_session() self.connection = ServerConnection(self.protocol, self, None, self.session) except Exception as e: self.exception = e self.session = None def _get_payload(self, token: str) -> Dict[str, Any]: payload = get_token_payload(token) if ('cookies' in payload and 'headers' in payload and 'Cookie' not in payload['headers']): # Restore Cookie header from cookies dictionary payload['headers']['Cookie'] = '; '.join([ f'{k}={v}' for k, v in payload['cookies'].items() ]) return payload def _set_state(self): state._jupyter_kernel_context = True with edit_readonly(state): state.base_url = self.root_url + '/' state.rel_path = self.root_url def _receive_msg(self, msg) -> None: asyncio.ensure_future(self._receive_msg_async(msg)) async def _receive_msg_async(self, msg) -> None: try: message = await self._receive(msg['content']['data']) except Exception as e: # If you go look at self._receive, it's catching the # expected error types... here we have something weird. self._internal_error(f"server failed to parse a message: {e}") message = None try: if message: work = await self._handle(message) if work: await self._schedule(work) except Exception as e: self._internal_error(f"server failed to handle a message: {e}") def _internal_error(self, msg: str) -> None: self.comm.send(msg, {'status': 'internal_error'}) def _protocol_error(self, msg: str) -> None: self.comm.send(msg, {'status': 'protocol_error'}) def _create_server_session(self) -> ServerSession: doc = Document() self._context = session_context = BokehSessionContext( self.session_id, None, doc ) # using private attr so users only have access to a read-only property session_context._request = _RequestProxy( arguments={k: [v.encode('utf-8') for v in vs] for k, vs in self.payload.get('arguments', {})}, cookies=self.payload.get('cookies'), headers=self.payload.get('headers') ) session_context._token = self.token # expose the session context to the document # use the _attribute to set the public property .session_context doc._session_context = weakref.ref(session_context) if self.path.endswith('.yaml') or self.path.endswith('.yml'): from lumen.command import ( build_single_handler_application as build_lumen_app, ) app = build_lumen_app(self.path, argv=None) else: app = build_single_handler_application(self.path) with set_curdoc(doc): app.initialize_document(doc) loop = tornado.ioloop.IOLoop.current() session = ServerSession(self.session_id, doc, io_loop=loop, token=self.token) session_context._set_session(session) return session
[docs] async def write_message( self, message: Union[bytes, str, Dict[str, Any]], binary: bool = False, locked: bool = True ) -> None: metadata = {'binary': binary} if binary: self.comm.send({}, metadata=metadata, buffers=[message]) else: self.comm.send(message, metadata=metadata)
[docs] def render(self) -> Mimebundle: """ Renders the application to an IPython.display.HTML object to be served by the `PanelJupyterHandler`. """ if self.session is None: return Mimebundle({'text/error': f'Session did not start correctly: {self.exception}'}) with set_curdoc(self.session.document): if not self.session.document.roots: return Mimebundle({ 'text/error': ( "The Panel application being served did not serve any contents. " "Ensure you mark one or more Panel components in your notebook or " "script with .servable(), e.g. pn.Row('Hello World!').servable()." ) }) html = server_html_page_for_session( self.session, resources=self.resources, title=self.session.document.title, template=self.session.document.template, template_variables=self.session.document.template_variables ) return Mimebundle({ 'text/html': html, 'application/bokeh-extensions': { name: str(ext) for name, ext in extension_dirs.items() } })