Source code for wabisabi.default_parameter_change

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libraries decide to use an older, incompatible version

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from packaging.version import Version
from functools import wraps
import inspect

from warnings import warn

from .merge_docstrings import merge_docstrings

[docs]def default_parameter_change(version, old_kwargs, library_name, current_library_version): """Deprecates a default value for a kwarg. If the software version is greater or equal to that of ``version``, this decorator returns the original function without any modifications. If the user doesn't specify a parameter that will change default values, it will issue a ``FutureWarning`` pointing to the line of his code, in a single warning for all changes in the default parameters. It also modifies the ``__signature__`` of the function so that the function appears to have the default parameters to whatever the default values are in the current version of the function. Finally, if a docstring is provided, it appends a warning message compatible numpydoc. Parameters ---------- version: version-like The version in which the parameter will take the new default value. If the software version reaches this value, the new default will be taken on without warning. old_kwargs: The list of keyword arguments, with their old default values specified, as a dictionary. You should be able to copy paste your old keyword arguments and put then in a `dict`. library_name : str The human readable name for your library. current_library_version : version-like The current version of your library. Examples -------- >>> @default_parameter_change('0.16', doc(this='tim')) ... def foo(this='foo', bar='zip'): ... '''Prints your parameter. ... ... **This function has a depeprecation decorator set to '0.16'** ... ... Parameters ... ---------- ... this : str ... This is the string parameter that should be printed ... ... ''' ... print(bar) ... return this """ def the_decorator(func): if Version(current_library_version) >= Version(version): return func new_signature = inspect.signature(func) base_message = ('In release {version} of {module}, the function ' '``{funcname}`` ' 'will have new default parameters. To avoid this ' 'warning specify the value of all listed arguments.' '\n\n'.format(version=version, module=library_name, funcname=func.__name__)) old_parameters = [ inspect.Parameter( key, param.kind, default=param.default if key not in old_kwargs else old_kwargs[key]) for key, param in new_signature.parameters.items()] func_args = inspect.getfullargspec(func).args old_signature = new_signature.replace(parameters=old_parameters) @wraps(func) def wrapper(*args, **kwargs): issue_warning = False message = base_message for key, old_value in old_kwargs.items(): # Check if the argument was provided as a # positional argument if (new_signature.parameters[key].kind is inspect._POSITIONAL_OR_KEYWORD): arg_pos = func_args.index(key) if len(args) > arg_pos: continue # check if it was provided as a kwarg if key in kwargs: continue new_value = new_signature.parameters[key].default message = ( f'{message} The default value of ``{key}`` ' f'will be changed from ``{repr(old_value)}`` to ' f'``{repr(new_value)}``. ' '\n' ) kwargs[key] = old_value issue_warning = True if issue_warning: warn(message, FutureWarning, stacklevel=2) return func(*args, **kwargs) wrapper.__signature__ = old_signature # If the wrapper doesn't have a doc string, don't bother adding one. if wrapper.__doc__ is None: return wrapper doc_deprecated_kwargs = '' # Iterating through a list is tedius, though it is the only way to # ensure things stay in order in python <=3.6 for param in old_parameters: key = if key not in old_kwargs: continue old_value = param.default new_value = new_signature.parameters[key].default doc_deprecated_kwargs = ( f'{doc_deprecated_kwargs} `{key}` : ' f'`{repr(old_value)}` -> `{repr(new_value)}`' '\n\n' ) warnings_string = f""" Warns ----- FutureWarning In release {version} of {library_name}, this function will take on new default value(s) for the following keyword argument(s): """ + doc_deprecated_kwargs + """ To avoid this warning in your code, specify the value of all listed keyword arguments. """ wrapper.__doc__ = merge_docstrings(wrapper, warnings_string) return wrapper return the_decorator
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