Source code for xonsh.tracer

"""Implements a xonsh tracer."""

import importlib
import inspect
import linecache
import os
import re
import sys
import typing as tp

import xonsh.procs.pipelines as xpp
import xonsh.prompt.cwd as prompt
from xonsh.cli_utils import Annotated, Arg, ArgParserAlias
from xonsh.inspectors import find_file
from xonsh.lazyasd import LazyObject
from xonsh.lazyimps import pyghooks, pygments
from xonsh.platform import HAS_PYGMENTS
from import DefaultNotGiven, normabspath, print_color, to_bool

terminal = LazyObject(
    lambda: importlib.import_module("pygments.formatters.terminal"),

[docs] class TracerType: """Represents a xonsh tracer object, which keeps track of all tracing state. This is a singleton. """ _inst: tp.Optional["TracerType"] = None valid_events = frozenset(["line", "call"]) def __new__(cls, *args, **kwargs): if cls._inst is None: cls._inst = super().__new__(cls, *args, **kwargs) return cls._inst def __init__(self): self.prev_tracer = DefaultNotGiven self.files = set() self.usecolor = True self.lexer = pyghooks.XonshLexer() self.formatter = terminal.TerminalFormatter() self._last = ("", -1) # filename, lineno tuple def __del__(self): for f in set(self.files): self.stop(f)
[docs] def color_output(self, usecolor): """Specify whether or not the tracer output should be colored.""" # we have to use a function to set usecolor because of the way that # lazyasd works. Namely, it cannot dispatch setattr to the target # object without being unable to access its own __dict__. This makes # setting an attr look like getting a function. self.usecolor = usecolor
[docs] def start(self, filename): """Starts tracing a file.""" files = self.files if len(files) == 0: self.prev_tracer = sys.gettrace() files.add(normabspath(filename)) sys.settrace(self.trace) curr = inspect.currentframe() for frame, fname, *_ in inspect.getouterframes(curr, context=0): if normabspath(fname) in files: frame.f_trace = self.trace
[docs] def stop(self, filename): """Stops tracing a file.""" filename = normabspath(filename) self.files.discard(filename) if len(self.files) == 0: sys.settrace(self.prev_tracer) curr = inspect.currentframe() for frame, fname, *_ in inspect.getouterframes(curr, context=0): if normabspath(fname) == filename: frame.f_trace = self.prev_tracer self.prev_tracer = DefaultNotGiven
[docs] def trace(self, frame, event, arg): """Implements a line tracing function.""" if event not in self.valid_events: return self.trace fname = find_file(frame) if fname in self.files: lineno = frame.f_lineno curr = (fname, lineno) if curr != self._last: line = linecache.getline(fname, lineno).rstrip() s = tracer_format_line( fname, lineno, line, color=self.usecolor, lexer=self.lexer, formatter=self.formatter, ) print_color(s) self._last = curr return self.trace
[docs] def on_files( self, _args, files: Annotated[tp.Iterable[str], Arg(nargs="*")] = ("__file__",), ): """begins tracing selected files. Parameters ---------- _args argv from alias parser files file paths to watch, use "__file__" (default) to select the current file. """ for f in files: if f == "__file__": f = _find_caller(_args) if f is None: continue self.start(f)
[docs] def off_files( self, _args, files: Annotated[tp.Iterable[str], Arg(nargs="*")] = ("__file__",), ): """removes selected files fom tracing. Parameters ---------- files file paths to stop watching, use ``__file__`` (default) to select the current file. """ for f in files: if f == "__file__": f = _find_caller(_args) if f is None: continue self.stop(f)
[docs] def toggle_color( self, toggle: Annotated[bool, Arg(type=to_bool)] = False, ): """output color management for tracer Parameters ---------- toggle true/false, y/n, etc. to toggle color usage. """ self.color_output(toggle)
tracer = LazyObject(TracerType, globals(), "tracer") COLORLESS_LINE = "{fname}:{lineno}:{line}" COLOR_LINE = "{{PURPLE}}{fname}{{BLUE}}:" "{{GREEN}}{lineno}{{BLUE}}:" "{{RESET}}"
[docs] def tracer_format_line(fname, lineno, line, color=True, lexer=None, formatter=None): """Formats a trace line suitable for printing.""" fname = min(fname, prompt._replace_home(fname), os.path.relpath(fname), key=len) if not color: return COLORLESS_LINE.format(fname=fname, lineno=lineno, line=line) cline = COLOR_LINE.format(fname=fname, lineno=lineno) if not HAS_PYGMENTS: return cline + line # OK, so we have pygments tokens = pyghooks.partial_color_tokenize(cline) lexer = lexer or pyghooks.XonshLexer() tokens += pygments.lex(line, lexer=lexer) if tokens[-1][1] == "\n": del tokens[-1] elif tokens[-1][1].endswith("\n"): tokens[-1] = (tokens[-1][0], tokens[-1][1].rstrip()) return tokens
# # Command line interface # def _find_caller(args): """Somewhat hacky method of finding the __file__ based on the line executed.""" re_line = re.compile(r"[^;\s|&<>]+\s+" + r"\s+".join(args)) curr = inspect.currentframe() for _, fname, lineno, _, lines, _ in inspect.getouterframes(curr, context=1)[3:]: if lines is not None and[0]) is not None: return fname elif ( lineno == 1 and, lineno)) is not None ): # There is a bug in CPython such that getouterframes(curr, context=1) # will actually return the 2nd line in the code_context field, even though # line number is itself correct. We manually fix that in this branch. return fname else: msg = ( "xonsh: warning: __file__ name could not be found. You may be " "trying to trace interactively. Please pass in the file names " "you want to trace explicitly." ) print(msg, file=sys.stderr)
[docs] class TracerAlias(ArgParserAlias): """Tool for tracing xonsh code as it runs."""
[docs] def build(self): parser = self.create_parser(prog="trace") parser.add_command(tracer.on_files, prog="on", aliases=["start", "add"]) parser.add_command(tracer.off_files, prog="off", aliases=["stop", "del", "rm"]) parser.add_command(tracer.toggle_color, prog="color", aliases=["ls"]) return parser
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs): spec = kwargs.get("spec") usecolor = ( spec and (spec.captured not in xpp.STDOUT_CAPTURE_KINDS) ) and sys.stdout.isatty() tracer.color_output(usecolor) return super().__call__(*args, **kwargs)
tracermain = TracerAlias()