Source code for panel.io.reload

import fnmatch
import os
import sys
import types

from contextlib import contextmanager
from functools import partial

from .callbacks import PeriodicCallback
from .state import state
from ..util import fullpath

_watched_files = set()
_modules = set()
_callbacks = {}

# List of paths to ignore
DEFAULT_FOLDER_BLACKLIST = [
    "**/.*",
    "**/anaconda",
    "**/anaconda2",
    "**/anaconda3",
    "**/dist-packages",
    "**/miniconda",
    "**/miniconda2",
    "**/miniconda3",
    "**/node_modules",
    "**/pyenv",
    "**/site-packages",
    "**/venv",
    "**/virtualenv",
]

IGNORED_MODULES = [
    'bokeh_app',
    'panel.'
]


def in_blacklist(filepath):
    return any(
        file_is_in_folder_glob(filepath, blacklisted_folder)
        for blacklisted_folder in DEFAULT_FOLDER_BLACKLIST
    )

[docs]def file_is_in_folder_glob(filepath, folderpath_glob): """ Test whether a file is in some folder with globbing support. Parameters ---------- filepath : str A file path. folderpath_glob: str A path to a folder that may include globbing. """ # Make the glob always end with "/*" so we match files inside subfolders of # folderpath_glob. if not folderpath_glob.endswith("*"): if folderpath_glob.endswith("/"): folderpath_glob += "*" else: folderpath_glob += "/*" file_dir = os.path.dirname(filepath) + "/" return fnmatch.fnmatch(file_dir, folderpath_glob)
[docs]def autoreload_watcher(): """ Installs a periodic callback which checks for changes in watched files and sys.modules. """ cb = partial(_reload_on_update, {}) _callbacks[state.curdoc] = pcb = PeriodicCallback(callback=cb) pcb.start()
[docs]def watch(filename): """ Add a file to the watch list. All imported modules are watched by default. """ _watched_files.add(filename)
[docs]@contextmanager def record_modules(): """ Records modules which are currently imported. """ modules = set(sys.modules) yield if _modules: return for module_name in set(sys.modules).difference(modules): if any(module_name.startswith(imodule) for imodule in IGNORED_MODULES): continue module = sys.modules[module_name] try: spec = getattr(module, "__spec__", None) if spec is None: filepath = getattr(module, "__file__", None) if filepath is None: # no user continue else: filepath = spec.origin filepath = fullpath(filepath) if filepath is None or in_blacklist(filepath): continue if not os.path.isfile(filepath): # e.g. built-in continue _modules.add(module_name) except Exception: continue
def _reload(module=None): if module is not None: for module in _modules: if module in sys.modules: del sys.modules[module] for cb in _callbacks.values(): cb.stop() _callbacks.clear() if state.location is not None: # In case session has been cleaned up state.location.reload = True for loc in state._locations.values(): loc.reload = True def _check_file(modify_times, path, module=None): try: modified = os.stat(path).st_mtime except Exception: return if path not in modify_times: modify_times[path] = modified return if modify_times[path] != modified: _reload(module) modify_times[path] = modified def _reload_on_update(modify_times): for module_name in _modules: # Some modules play games with sys.modules (e.g. email/__init__.py # in the standard library), and occasionally this can cause strange # failures in getattr. Just ignore anything that's not an ordinary # module. if not module_name in sys.modules: continue module = sys.modules[module_name] if not isinstance(module, types.ModuleType): continue path = getattr(module, "__file__", None) if not path: continue if path.endswith(".pyc") or path.endswith(".pyo"): path = path[:-1] _check_file(modify_times, path, module_name) for path in _watched_files: _check_file(modify_times, path)