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# Copyright 2018-2022 Streamlit Inc.
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
# Modified version of streamlit/caching/
# Tested on streamlit versions 1.6.0 to 1.9.0
# If used in anything important, id reccomend making a test that check for streamlit version.
# So that you remember this modification when updating streamlit.
# modified section
# Line 33
# lines 105-185
"""Common cache logic shared by st.memo and st.singleton."""
import time
import contextlib
import functools
import hashlib
import inspect
import threading
import types
from abc import abstractmethod
from typing import Callable, List, Iterator, Tuple, Optional, Any, Union
from streamlit.script_run_context import get_script_run_ctx # dependency for our cachebuilding class
import streamlit as st
from streamlit import util
from streamlit.caching.cache_errors import CacheKeyNotFoundError
from streamlit.logger import get_logger
from .cache_errors import (
from .hashing import update_hash
_LOGGER = get_logger(__name__)
class Cache:
"""Function cache interface. Caches persist across script runs."""
def read_value(self, value_key: str) -> Any:
"""Read a value from the cache.
Raised if value_key is not in the cache.
raise NotImplementedError
def write_value(self, value_key: str, value: Any) -> None:
"""Write a value to the cache, overwriting any existing value that
uses the value_key.
raise NotImplementedError
def clear(self) -> None:
"""Clear all values from this function cache."""
raise NotImplementedError
class CachedFunction:
"""Encapsulates data for a cached function instance.
CachedFunction instances are scoped to a single script run - they're not
def __init__(
self, func: types.FunctionType, show_spinner: bool, suppress_st_warning: bool
self.func = func
self.show_spinner = show_spinner
self.suppress_st_warning = suppress_st_warning
def cache_type(self) -> CacheType:
raise NotImplementedError
def call_stack(self) -> "CachedFunctionCallStack":
raise NotImplementedError
def get_function_cache(self, function_key: str) -> Cache:
"""Get or create the function cache for the given key."""
raise NotImplementedError
class FuncCacheBuilding:
""" Cache building class to protect function from multiple triggers while running.
The is_running_with_streamlit check is to prevent erros when preloading caches on application startup, since session_id does not exist as this point
def __init__(self):
self.session_id: str = self.get_session_id()
def get_session_id(self) -> str:
if st._is_running_with_streamlit:
ctx = get_script_run_ctx()
return ctx.session_id
return "starting application"
def create_cache_wrapper(cached_func: CachedFunction) -> Callable[..., Any]:
"""Create a wrapper for a CachedFunction. This implements the common
plumbing for both st.memo and st.singleton.
func = cached_func.func
function_key = _make_function_key(cached_func.cache_type, func)
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
"""This function wrapper will only call the underlying function in
the case of a cache miss.
# Retrieve the function's cache object. We must do this inside the
# wrapped function, because caches can be invalidated at any time.
cache = cached_func.get_function_cache(function_key)
name = func.__qualname__
if len(args) == 0 and len(kwargs) == 0:
message = f"Running `{name}()`."
message = f"Running `{name}(...)`."
def get_or_create_cached_value():
# Generate the key for the cached value. This is based on the
# arguments passed to the function.
value_key = _make_value_key(cached_func.cache_type, func, *args, **kwargs)
return_value = cache.read_value(value_key)
_LOGGER.debug("Cache hit: %s", func)
while isinstance(return_value, FuncCacheBuilding):
if return_value.session_id == FuncCacheBuilding().get_session_id():
raise CacheKeyNotFoundError("Same session id as cache building, restarting the function call")
return_value = cache.read_value(value_key)
except CacheKeyNotFoundError:
_LOGGER.debug("Cache miss: %s", func)
cache.write_value(value_key, FuncCacheBuilding())
with cached_func.call_stack.calling_cached_function(func):
if cached_func.suppress_st_warning:
with cached_func.call_stack.suppress_cached_st_function_warning():
return_value = func(*args, **kwargs)
return_value = func(*args, **kwargs)
cache.write_value(value_key, return_value)
return return_value
if cached_func.show_spinner:
with st.spinner(message):
return get_or_create_cached_value()
return get_or_create_cached_value()
def clear():
"""Clear the wrapped function's associated cache."""
cache = cached_func.get_function_cache(function_key)
# Mypy doesn't support declaring attributes of function objects,
# so we have to suppress a warning here. We can remove this suppression
# when this issue is resolved:
wrapper.clear = clear # type: ignore
return wrapper
class CachedFunctionCallStack(threading.local):
"""A utility for warning users when they call `st` commands inside
a cached function. Internally, this is just a counter that's incremented
when we enter a cache function, and decremented when we exit.
Data is stored in a thread-local object, so it's safe to use an instance
of this class across multiple threads.
def __init__(self, cache_type: CacheType):
self._cached_func_stack: List[types.FunctionType] = []
self._suppress_st_function_warning = 0
self._cache_type = cache_type
def __repr__(self) -> str:
return util.repr_(self)
def calling_cached_function(self, func: types.FunctionType) -> Iterator[None]:
def suppress_cached_st_function_warning(self) -> Iterator[None]:
self._suppress_st_function_warning += 1
self._suppress_st_function_warning -= 1
assert self._suppress_st_function_warning >= 0
def maybe_show_cached_st_function_warning(
self, dg: "st.delta_generator.DeltaGenerator", st_func_name: str
) -> None:
"""If appropriate, warn about calling inside @memo.
DeltaGenerator's @_with_element and @_widget wrappers use this to warn
the user when they're calling from within a function that is
wrapped in @st.cache.
dg : DeltaGenerator
The DeltaGenerator to publish the warning to.
st_func_name : str
The name of the Streamlit function that was called.
if len(self._cached_func_stack) > 0 and self._suppress_st_function_warning <= 0:
cached_func = self._cached_func_stack[-1]
self._show_cached_st_function_warning(dg, st_func_name, cached_func)
def _show_cached_st_function_warning(
dg: "st.delta_generator.DeltaGenerator",
st_func_name: str,
cached_func: types.FunctionType,
) -> None:
# Avoid infinite recursion by suppressing additional cached
# function warnings from within the cached function warning.
with self.suppress_cached_st_function_warning():
e = CachedStFunctionWarning(self._cache_type, st_func_name, cached_func)
def _make_value_key(
cache_type: CacheType, func: types.FunctionType, *args, **kwargs
) -> str:
"""Create the key for a value within a cache.
This key is generated from the function's arguments. All arguments
will be hashed, except for those named with a leading "_".
Raised (with a nicely-formatted explanation message) if we encounter
an un-hashable arg.
# Create a (name, value) list of all *args and **kwargs passed to the
# function.
arg_pairs: List[Tuple[Optional[str], Any]] = []
for arg_idx in range(len(args)):
arg_name = _get_positional_arg_name(func, arg_idx)
arg_pairs.append((arg_name, args[arg_idx]))
for kw_name, kw_val in kwargs.items():
# **kwargs ordering is preserved, per PEP 468
#, so this iteration is
# deterministic.
arg_pairs.append((kw_name, kw_val))
# Create the hash from each arg value, except for those args whose name
# starts with "_". (Underscore-prefixed args are deliberately excluded from
# hashing.)
args_hasher ="md5")
for arg_name, arg_value in arg_pairs:
if arg_name is not None and arg_name.startswith("_"):
_LOGGER.debug("Not hashing %s because it starts with _", arg_name)
(arg_name, arg_value),
except UnhashableTypeError as exc:
raise UnhashableParamError(cache_type, func, arg_name, arg_value, exc)
value_key = args_hasher.hexdigest()
_LOGGER.debug("Cache key: %s", value_key)
return value_key
def _make_function_key(cache_type: CacheType, func: types.FunctionType) -> str:
"""Create the unique key for a function's cache.
A function's key is stable across reruns of the app, and changes when
the function's source code changes.
func_hasher ="md5")
# Include the function's __module__ and __qualname__ strings in the hash.
# This means that two identical functions in different modules
# will not share a hash; it also means that two identical *nested*
# functions in the same module will not share a hash.
(func.__module__, func.__qualname__),
# Include the function's source code in its hash. If the source code can't
# be retrieved, fall back to the function's bytecode instead.
source_code: Union[str, bytes]
source_code = inspect.getsource(func)
except OSError as e:
"Failed to retrieve function's source code when building its key; falling back to bytecode. err={0}",
source_code = func.__code__.co_code
cache_key = func_hasher.hexdigest()
return cache_key
def _get_positional_arg_name(func: types.FunctionType, arg_index: int) -> Optional[str]:
"""Return the name of a function's positional argument.
If arg_index is out of range, or refers to a parameter that is not a
named positional argument (e.g. an *args, **kwargs, or keyword-only param),
return None instead.
if arg_index < 0:
return None
params: List[inspect.Parameter] = list(inspect.signature(func).parameters.values())
if arg_index >= len(params):
return None
if params[arg_index].kind in (
return params[arg_index].name
return None
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