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Source code for galaxy.util.bytesize

    "KI": 1024,
    "MI": 1024**2,
    "GI": 1024**3,
    "TI": 1024**4,
    "PI": 1024**5,
    "EI": 1024**6,
    "K": 1000,
    "M": 1000**2,
    "G": 1000**3,
    "T": 1000**4,
    "P": 1000**5,
    "E": 1000**6,

[docs]class ByteSize: """Convert multiples of bytes to various units."""
[docs] def __init__(self, value): """ Represents a quantity of bytes. `value` may be an integer, in which case it is assumed to be bytes. If value is a string, it is parsed as bytes if no suffix (Mi, M, Gi, G ...) is found. >>> values = [128974848, '129e6', '129M', '123Mi' ] >>> [ByteSize(v).to_unit('M') for v in values] ['128M', '129M', '129M', '128M'] """ self.value = parse_bytesize(value)
[docs] def to_unit(self, unit=None, as_string=True): """unit must be `None` or one of Ki,Mi,Gi,Ti,Pi,Ei,K,M,G,T,P.""" if unit is None: if as_string: return str(self.value) return self.value unit = unit.upper() new_value = int(self.value / SUFFIX_TO_BYTES[unit]) if not as_string: return new_value return f"{new_value}{unit}"
[docs]def parse_bytesize(value): if isinstance(value, int) or isinstance(value, float): # Assume bytes return value value = value.upper() found_suffix = None for suffix in SUFFIX_TO_BYTES: if value.endswith(suffix): found_suffix = suffix break if found_suffix: value = value[: -len(found_suffix)] try: value = int(value) except ValueError: try: value = float(value) except ValueError: raise ValueError(f"{value} is not a valid integer or float value") if found_suffix: value = value * SUFFIX_TO_BYTES[found_suffix] return value