Source code for graphbook.graph.cell

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
The 'atom' of GraphBook is the Cell.

from __future__ import annotations
from abc import ABCMeta, abstractmethod
from typing import Dict, Optional
from graphbook.vm import uscheme
from uuid import uuid4

[docs]class Cell: """ A Cell is just a mechanism for capturing some information, and pairs some binary content with a unique ID and a type. This superclass provides the content and ID, but subclasses must set the type. """ id: str type: str contents: bytes def __init__(self, contents: bytes): """Initialising a Cell copies the contents into the cell and generates a new ID. Subclasses are responsible for implementing the type. """ = str(uuid4()) self.contents = contents
[docs] def render(self, decoder=None) -> str: """Return the contents of the cell suitable for display.""" raise (NotImplementedError)
[docs] def is_executable(self) -> bool: """Return True if this cell can be executed.""" raise (NotImplementedError)
[docs] def execute(self) -> str: """Return the results of executing this cell.""" raise (NotImplementedError)
[docs] def to_obj(self) -> Dict[str, str]: """Return a dictionary of the cell suitable for serialising.""" raise (NotImplementedError)
[docs] def dup(self) -> Cell: """Return a duplicate of this cell with a different ID.""" new_cell = Cell(self.contents) new_cell.type = self.type return new_cell
[docs] @classmethod def from_obj(cls, obj: Dict[str, str]) -> Cell: """Parse an object as a Cell.""" raise (NotImplementedError)
def __eq__(self, other: object) -> bool: if not isinstance(other, self.__class__): return NotImplemented if != return False if self.contents != other.contents: return False if self.type != other.type: return False return True
__DEFAULT_ENCODING: str = "utf-8" def _decode(contents: bytes, encoding: str = __DEFAULT_ENCODING) -> str: return contents.decode(encoding)
[docs]class TextCell(Cell): """ TextCells store unformatted plain text, rendered as UTF-8. """ def __init__(self, contents: bytes): super().__init__(contents) self.type = "text"
[docs] def render(self, decoder=_decode) -> str: return decoder(self.contents)
[docs] def is_executable(self) -> bool: return False
[docs] def execute(self) -> str: return ""
[docs] def to_obj(self): return {"id":, "type": self.type, "contents": self.render()}
[docs] @classmethod def from_obj(cls, obj: Dict[str, str]) -> TextCell: if not "type" in obj: raise (ValueError("object isn't a TextCell: missing type")) if not "contents" in obj: raise (ValueError("object isn't a TextCell: missing contents")) if not "id" in obj: raise (ValueError("object isn't a TextCell: missing id")) # using DEFAULT_ENCODING here doesn't work because scoping? cell = cls(obj["contents"].encode("utf-8")) = obj["id"] return cell
[docs]class MicroSchemeCell(TextCell): """ A MicroSchemeCell supports a small Scheme language; note that this is missing many features from a full scheme, but serves as an illustrative language for basic prototyping of ideas. It is based on a TextCell, as the program source is just plain text. Caveats: + function definitions must be in the format ``(define fun (lambda ...))``. + strings aren't a separate type. """ def __init__(self, contents: bytes): """A MicroSchemeCell is initialised with a program.""" super().__init__(contents) self.type = "uscheme"
[docs] def is_executable(self): return True
[docs] def execute(self) -> str: """ Execute the uScheme code in the cell. Each call executes the program in a clean environment. """ interpreter = uscheme.Interpreter() return str(interpreter.eval(self.render()))
__REGISTRY: Dict[str, Cell] = {} def register_cell_type(cell_type: str, cls, replace=False): global __REGISTRY if not cell_type in __REGISTRY or replace: __REGISTRY[cell_type] = cls def load_cell(obj: Dict[str, str]) -> Optional[Cell]: if "type" not in obj: raise (TypeError("object isn't a Cell object")) if obj["type"] not in __REGISTRY: raise (KeyError("Unregistered type " + obj["type"])) return __REGISTRY[obj["type"]].from_obj(obj) register_cell_type("text", TextCell) register_cell_type("uscheme", MicroSchemeCell)