Source code for condor.record.base

This module describes the API for a record parser and a record iterator, they
have the responsibility of transforming a chunk of text into a usable
dictionary and go through a file and find all the records.

[docs]class RecordParser(object): ''' Outlines the API for parsing different kinds of records into dictionaries that are easy to use and store. ''' mappings = {} interest_fields = ['hash', 'title', 'keywords', 'description', 'language', 'file'] list_fields = ['keywords', ]
[docs] def get_mapping(self, field): ''' Returns the name of a field with a modification useful when the field is easy to clear but it requires just a change of name. ''' return self.mappings.get(field, field)
[docs] def get_default(self, field): ''' Returns the default value for a given `field` ''' if field in self.list_fields: return [] return ''
[docs] def clear(self, field, raw): ''' Clears the given `field` out of a raw data record. ''' if hasattr(self, '_clear_' + field): return getattr(self, '_clear_' + field)(raw) return self.get_default(field)
[docs] def parse(self, raw): ''' Returns a dictionary of the interest fields in the metadata. ''' data = { field: self.clear(field, raw) for field in self.interest_fields } return data
[docs]class RecordIterator(object): ''' Iterates over a bunch of reccords in a file. ''' parser_class = RecordParser def __init__(self, filename): self.filename = filename
[docs] def get_buffer(self): raise NotImplementedError('Use an specialized class')
def __iter__(self): ''' Not implemented by default. Iterates over all the records in the file given by the filename. ''' buff = self.get_buffer() parser = self.parser_class() for item in buff: parsed = parser.parse(item) important_fields = dict(parsed, language=None, hash=None) # Omit all the null records, no title, abstract or keywords if all(not i for i in important_fields.values()): continue yield parsed