Source code for robot.api.deco

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from typing import Any, Callable, Sequence, TypeVar, Union, overload

from .interfaces import TypeHints

# Current annotations report `attr-defined` errors. This can be solved once Python 3.10
# becomes the minimum version (error-free conditional typing proved too complex).
# See:
F = TypeVar('F', bound=Callable[..., Any])    # Any function.
K = TypeVar('K', bound=Callable[..., Any])    # Keyword function.
L = TypeVar('L', bound=type)                  # Library class.
KeywordDecorator = Callable[[K], K]
LibraryDecorator = Callable[[L], L]
Converter = Union[Callable[[Any], Any], Callable[[Any, Any], Any]]

[docs] def not_keyword(func: F) -> F: """Decorator to disable exposing functions or methods as keywords. Examples:: @not_keyword def not_exposed_as_keyword(): # ... def exposed_as_keyword(): # ... Alternatively the automatic keyword discovery can be disabled with the :func:`library` decorator or by setting the ``ROBOT_AUTO_KEYWORDS`` attribute to a false value. New in Robot Framework 3.2. """ func.robot_not_keyword = True return func
not_keyword.robot_not_keyword = True @overload def keyword(func: K, /) -> K: ... @overload def keyword(name: 'str | None' = None, tags: Sequence[str] = (), types: 'TypeHints | None' = ()) -> KeywordDecorator: ...
[docs] @not_keyword def keyword(name: 'K | str | None' = None, tags: Sequence[str] = (), types: 'TypeHints | None' = ()) -> 'K | KeywordDecorator': """Decorator to set custom name, tags and argument types to keywords. This decorator creates ``robot_name``, ``robot_tags`` and ``robot_types`` attributes on the decorated keyword function or method based on the provided arguments. Robot Framework checks them to determine the keyword's name, tags, and argument types, respectively. Name must be given as a string, tags as a list of strings, and types either as a dictionary mapping argument names to types or as a list of types mapped to arguments based on position. It is OK to specify types only to some arguments, and setting ``types`` to ``None`` disables type conversion altogether. If the automatic keyword discovery has been disabled with the :func:`library` decorator or by setting the ``ROBOT_AUTO_KEYWORDS`` attribute to a false value, this decorator is needed to mark functions or methods keywords. Examples:: @keyword def example(): # ... @keyword('Login as user "${user}" with password "${password}"', tags=['custom name', 'embedded arguments', 'tags']) def login(user, password): # ... @keyword(types={'length': int, 'case_insensitive': bool}) def types_as_dict(length, case_insensitive): # ... @keyword(types=[int, bool]) def types_as_list(length, case_insensitive): # ... @keyword(types=None]) def no_conversion(length, case_insensitive=False): # ... """ if callable(name): return keyword()(name) def decorator(func: F) -> F: func.robot_name = name func.robot_tags = tags func.robot_types = types return func return decorator
@overload def library(cls: L, /) -> L: ... @overload def library(scope: 'str | None' = None, version: 'str | None' = None, converters: 'dict[type, Converter] | None' = None, doc_format: 'str | None' = None, listener: 'Any | None' = None, auto_keywords: bool = False) -> LibraryDecorator: ...
[docs] @not_keyword def library(scope: 'L | str | None' = None, version: 'str | None' = None, converters: 'dict[type, Converter] | None' = None, doc_format: 'str | None' = None, listener: 'Any | None' = None, auto_keywords: bool = False) -> 'L | LibraryDecorator': """Class decorator to control keyword discovery and other library settings. Disables automatic keyword detection by setting class attribute ``ROBOT_AUTO_KEYWORDS = False`` to the decorated library by default. In that mode only methods decorated explicitly with the :func:`keyword` decorator become keywords. If that is not desired, automatic keyword discovery can be enabled by using ``auto_keywords=True``. Arguments ``scope``, ``version``, ``converters``, ``doc_format`` and ``listener`` set library's scope, version, converters, documentation format and listener by using class attributes ``ROBOT_LIBRARY_SCOPE``, ``ROBOT_LIBRARY_VERSION``, ``ROBOT_LIBRARY_CONVERTERS``, ``ROBOT_LIBRARY_DOC_FORMAT`` and ``ROBOT_LIBRARY_LISTENER``, respectively. These attributes are only set if the related arguments are given, and they override possible existing attributes in the decorated class. Examples:: @library class KeywordDiscovery: @keyword def do_something(self): # ... def not_keyword(self): # ... @library(scope='GLOBAL', version='3.2') class LibraryConfiguration: # ... The ``@library`` decorator is new in Robot Framework 3.2. The ``converters`` argument is new in Robot Framework 5.0. """ if isinstance(scope, type): return library()(scope) def decorator(cls: L) -> L: if scope is not None: cls.ROBOT_LIBRARY_SCOPE = scope if version is not None: cls.ROBOT_LIBRARY_VERSION = version if converters is not None: cls.ROBOT_LIBRARY_CONVERTERS = converters if doc_format is not None: cls.ROBOT_LIBRARY_DOC_FORMAT = doc_format if listener is not None: cls.ROBOT_LIBRARY_LISTENER = listener cls.ROBOT_AUTO_KEYWORDS = auto_keywords return cls return decorator