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Multiconf, defining host dependent Sublime Text plugin configuration values
import socket
import sublime
import re
""" Copyright (C) 2012 Isaac Muse
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
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THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
Licensed under MIT.
Thanks to: biermeester and matthjes for their ideas and contributions
Multiconf is a module that allows you to read platforma and/or host
specific configuration values to be used by Sublime Text 2 plugins.
Using this module's `get` function, allows the user to replace any settings
value in a '.settings' file with a dictionary containing multiple values.
Mulitconf does this by using a dictionary with a special identifier
"#multiconf#" and a list of dictionaries identified by a qualifier of the form
"<qualifier name>:<qualifier value>[;<qualifier name>:<qualifier value>]..."
For example, the following setting
"user_home": "/home"
would result in `get("user_home")` returning the value "/home" but it could also
be replaced with
"user_home": {
"#multiconf#": [
{"os:windows": "C:\\Users"},
{"os:linux;host:his_pc": "/home"},
{"os:linux;host:her_pc": "/home/her/special"}
]
}
Now the same configuration file will provide different values depending on the
machine it's on. On an MS Windows machine the value returned by `get` will be
"C:\Users", and on a Linux machine with the host name 'his_pc' the value will be
"/home".
"""
__version__ = "1.0"
__CURRENT_HOSTNAME = socket.gethostname().lower()
__CURRENT_PLATFORM = sublime.platform()
QUALIFIERS = r"""([A-Za-z\d_]*):([^;]*)(?:;|$)"""
def get(settings_obj, key, default=None, callback=None):
"""
Return a Sublime Text plugin setting value
Parameters:
settings_obj - a sublime.Settings object or a dictionary containing
settings
key - the name of the setting
default - the default value to return if the key value is not found.
callback - a callback function that, if provided, will be called with
the found and default values as parameters.
"""
# Parameter validation
if not isinstance(settings_obj, (dict, sublime.Settings)):
raise AttributeError("Invalid settings object")
if not isinstance(key, basestring):
raise AttributeError("Invalid callback function")
if callback != None and not hasattr(callback, '__call__'):
raise AttributeError("Invalid callback function")
setting = settings_obj.get(key, default)
final_val = None
if isinstance(setting, dict) and "#multiconf#" in setting:
reject_item = False
for entry in setting["#multiconf#"]:
reject_item = False if isinstance(entry, dict) and len(entry) else True
k, v = entry.popitem()
if reject_item:
continue
for qual in re.compile(QUALIFIERS).finditer(k):
if Qualifications.exists(qual.group(1)):
reject_item = not Qualifications.eval_qual(qual.group(1), qual.group(2))
else:
reject_item = True
if reject_item:
break
if not reject_item:
final_val = v
break
if reject_item:
final_val = default
else:
final_val = setting
return callback(final_val, default) if callback else final_val
class QualException(Exception):
pass
class Qualifications(object):
__qualifiers = {}
@classmethod
def add_qual(cls, key, callback):
if isinstance(key, basestring) and re.match(r"^[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z\d_]*$", key) == None:
raise QualException("'%s' is not a valid function name." % key)
if not hasattr(callback, '__call__'):
raise QualException("Bad function callback.")
if key in cls.__qualifiers:
raise QualException("'%s' qualifier already exists." % key)
cls.__qualifiers[key] = callback
@classmethod
def exists(cls, key):
return (key in cls.__qualifiers)
@classmethod
def eval_qual(cls, key, value):
try:
return cls.__qualifiers[key](value)
except:
raise QualException("Failed to execute %s qualifier" % key)
def __host_match(h):
return (h.lower() == __CURRENT_HOSTNAME)
def __os_match(os):
return (os == __CURRENT_PLATFORM)
Qualifications.add_qual("host", __host_match)
Qualifications.add_qual("os", __os_match)
import multiconf
test = {
"option": {
"#multiconf#": [
{"os:linux": "some/path/here"},
{"os:windows": "some/other/path/here"}
]
},
"option2": {
"#multiconf#": [
{"os:windows;host:mypc-linux": "some/path/here"},
{"os:windows;host:mypc": "some/other/path/here"}
]
},
"option3": {
"#multiconf#": [
{"host:mypc;os:linux": {"some_key": True, "some_other_key": "some/path1/here"}},
{"host:mypc;os:windows": {"some_key": False, "some_other_key": "some/path2/here"}}
]
},
"option4": "just/a/path"
}
def test_value(val, default=None):
return val["some_other_key"] if "some_key" in val and val["some_key"] else default
print multiconf.get(test, "option", "None found!")
print multiconf.get(test, "option2", "None found!")
print multiconf.get(test, "option3", "None found!", test_value)
print multiconf.get(test, "option4", "None found!")
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nfarrar commented May 29, 2013

Any idea how one might specify the path to pylint on a windows host when using cygwin?

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JokerQyou commented Jul 21, 2015

@nfarrar I think an absolute path will do the job

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