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Source code for galaxy.tool_util.parser.interface

import fnmatch
import os
import re
from abc import (
from os.path import join
from typing import Dict, List, Optional

from galaxy.util.path import safe_walk
from .util import _parse_name

NOT_IMPLEMENTED_MESSAGE = "Galaxy tool format does not yet support this tool feature."

[docs]class ToolSource(metaclass=ABCMeta): """ This interface represents an abstract source to parse tool information from. """ language: str
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_id(self): """ Parse an ID describing the abstract tool. This is not the GUID tracked by the tool shed but the simple id (there may be multiple tools loaded in Galaxy with this same simple id). """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_version(self): """ Parse a version describing the abstract tool. """
[docs] def parse_tool_module(self): """ Load Tool class from a custom module. (Optional). If not None, return pair containing module and class (as strings). """ return None
[docs] def parse_action_module(self): """ Load Tool class from a custom module. (Optional). If not None, return pair containing module and class (as strings). """ return None
[docs] def parse_tool_type(self): """ Load simple tool type string (e.g. 'data_source', 'default'). """ return None
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_name(self): """ Parse a short name for tool (required). """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_description(self): """ Parse a description for tool. Longer than name, shorted than help. """
[docs] def parse_edam_operations(self) -> List[str]: """Parse list of edam operation codes.""" return []
[docs] def parse_edam_topics(self) -> List[str]: """Parse list of edam topic codes.""" return []
[docs] def parse_xrefs(self) -> List[Dict[str, str]]: """Parse list of external resource URIs and types."""
[docs] def parse_display_interface(self, default): """ Parse display_interface - fallback to default for the tool type (supplied as default parameter) if not specified. """ return default
[docs] def parse_require_login(self, default): """ Parse whether the tool requires login (as a bool). """ return default
[docs] def parse_request_param_translation_elem(self): """ Return an XML element describing require parameter translation. If we wish to support this feature for non-XML based tools this should be converted to return some sort of object interface instead of a RAW XML element. """ return None
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_command(self): """ Return string contianing command to run. """
[docs] def parse_expression(self): """ Return string contianing command to run. """ return None
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_environment_variables(self): """ Return environment variable templates to expose. """
[docs] def parse_home_target(self): """Should be "job_home", "shared_home", "job_tmp", "pwd", or None. """ return "pwd"
[docs] def parse_tmp_target(self): """Should be "pwd", "shared_home", "job_tmp", "job_tmp_if_explicit", or None. """ return "job_tmp"
[docs] def parse_tmp_directory_vars(self): """Directories to override if a tmp_target is not None.""" return ["TMPDIR", "TMP", "TEMP"]
[docs] def parse_docker_env_pass_through(self): return ["GALAXY_SLOTS", "GALAXY_MEMORY_MB", "GALAXY_MEMORY_MB_PER_SLOT", "HOME", "_GALAXY_JOB_HOME_DIR", "_GALAXY_JOB_TMP_DIR"] + self.parse_tmp_directory_vars()
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_interpreter(self): """ Return string containing the interpreter to prepend to the command (for instance this might be 'python' to run a Python wrapper located adjacent to the tool). """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_interactivetool(self): """ Return InteractiveTool entry point templates to expose. """
[docs] def parse_redirect_url_params_elem(self): """ Return an XML element describing redirect_url_params. If we wish to support this feature for non-XML based tools this should be converted to return some sort of object interface instead of a RAW XML element. """ return None
[docs] def parse_version_command(self): """ Parse command used to determine version of primary application driving the tool. Return None to not generate or record such a command. """ return None
[docs] def parse_version_command_interpreter(self): """ Parse command used to determine version of primary application driving the tool. Return None to not generate or record such a command. """ return None
[docs] def parse_parallelism(self): """ Return a galaxy.jobs.ParallismInfo object describing task splitting or None. """ return None
[docs] def parse_hidden(self): """ Return boolean indicating whether tool should be hidden in the tool menu. """ return False
[docs] def parse_sanitize(self): """ Return boolean indicating whether tool should be sanitized or not. """ return True
[docs] def parse_refresh(self): """ Return boolean indicating ... I have no clue... """ return False
[docs] def parse_required_files(self) -> Optional['RequiredFiles']: """ Parse explicit RequiredFiles object or return None to let Galaxy decide implicit logic.""" return None
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_requirements_and_containers(self): """ Return pair of ToolRequirement and ContainerDescription lists. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_input_pages(self): """ Return a PagesSource representing inputs by page for tool. """
[docs] def parse_provided_metadata_style(self): """Return style of tool provided metadata file (e.g. galaxy.json). A value of of "default" indicates the newer galaxy.json style (the default for XML-based tools with profile >= 17.09) and a value of "legacy" indicates the older galaxy.json style. A short description of these two styles can be found at https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy/pull/4437. """ return "default"
[docs] def parse_provided_metadata_file(self): """Return location of provided metadata file (e.g. galaxy.json).""" return "galaxy.json"
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_outputs(self, tool): """ Return a pair of output and output collections ordered dictionaries for use by Tool. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_strict_shell(self): """ Return True if tool commands should be executed with set -e. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_stdio(self): """ Builds lists of ToolStdioExitCode and ToolStdioRegex objects to describe tool execution error conditions. """ return [], []
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_help(self): """ Return RST definition of help text for tool or None if the tool doesn't define help text. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_profile(self): """ Return tool profile version as Galaxy major e.g. 16.01 or 16.04. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_license(self): """Return license corresponding to tool wrapper."""
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_python_template_version(self): """ Return minimum python version that the tool template has been developed against. """
[docs] def parse_creator(self): """Return list of metadata relating to creator/author of tool. Result should be list of schema.org data model Person or Organization objects. """ return []
@property def macro_paths(self): return [] @property def source_path(self): return None
[docs] def paths_and_modtimes(self): paths_and_modtimes = {p: os.path.getmtime(p) for p in self.macro_paths} if self.source_path: paths_and_modtimes[self.source_path] = os.path.getmtime(self.source_path) return paths_and_modtimes
[docs] def parse_tests_to_dict(self): return {'tests': []}
def __str__(self): source_path = self.source_path if source_path: as_str = f'{self.__class__.__name__}[{source_path}]' else: as_str = f'{self.__class__.__name__}[In-memory]' return as_str
[docs]class PagesSource: """ Contains a list of Pages - each a list of InputSources - each item in the outer list representing a page of inputs. Pages are deprecated so ideally this outer list will always be exactly a singleton. """
[docs] def __init__(self, page_sources): self.page_sources = page_sources
@property def inputs_defined(self): return True
[docs]class PageSource(metaclass=ABCMeta):
[docs] def parse_display(self): return None
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse_input_sources(self) -> List: """ Return a list of InputSource objects. """
[docs]class InputSource(metaclass=ABCMeta): default_optional = False
[docs] def elem(self): # For things in transition that still depend on XML - provide a way # to grab it and just throw an error if feature is attempted to be # used with other tool sources. raise NotImplementedError(NOT_IMPLEMENTED_MESSAGE)
[docs] @abstractmethod def get(self, key, value=None): """ Return simple named properties as string for this input source. keys to be supported depend on the parameter type. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def get_bool(self, key, default): """ Return simple named properties as boolean for this input source. keys to be supported depend on the parameter type. """
[docs] def parse_label(self): return self.get("label")
[docs] def parse_name(self): """Return name of an input source returns the name or if absent the argument property In the latter case, leading dashes are stripped and all remaining dashes are replaced by underscores. """ return _parse_name(self.get('name'), self.get('argument'))
[docs] def parse_help(self): return self.get("help")
[docs] def parse_sanitizer_elem(self): """ Return an XML description of sanitizers. This is a stop gap until we can rework galaxy.tools.parameters.sanitize to not explicitly depend on XML. """ return None
[docs] def parse_validator_elems(self): """ Return an XML description of sanitizers. This is a stop gap until we can rework galaxy.tools.parameters.validation to not explicitly depend on XML. """ return []
[docs] def parse_optional(self, default=None): """ Return boolean indicating wheter parameter is optional. """ if default is None: default = self.default_optional return self.get_bool("optional", default)
[docs] def parse_dynamic_options_elem(self): """ Return an XML elemnt describing dynamic options. """ return None
[docs] def parse_static_options(self): """ Return list of static options if this is a select type without defining a dynamic options. """ return []
[docs] def parse_conversion_tuples(self): """ Return list of (name, extension) to describe explicit conversions. """ return []
[docs] def parse_nested_inputs_source(self): # For repeats raise NotImplementedError(NOT_IMPLEMENTED_MESSAGE)
[docs] def parse_test_input_source(self): # For conditionals raise NotImplementedError(NOT_IMPLEMENTED_MESSAGE)
[docs] def parse_when_input_sources(self): raise NotImplementedError(NOT_IMPLEMENTED_MESSAGE)
[docs]class TestCollectionDef: __test__ = False # Prevent pytest from discovering this class (issue #12071)
[docs] def __init__(self, attrib, name, collection_type, elements): self.attrib = attrib self.collection_type = collection_type self.elements = elements self.name = name
[docs] @staticmethod def from_xml(elem, parse_param_elem): elements = [] attrib = dict(elem.attrib) collection_type = attrib["type"] name = attrib.get("name", "Unnamed Collection") for element in elem.findall("element"): element_attrib = dict(element.attrib) element_identifier = element_attrib["name"] nested_collection_elem = element.find("collection") if nested_collection_elem is not None: element_definition = TestCollectionDef.from_xml(nested_collection_elem, parse_param_elem) else: element_definition = parse_param_elem(element) elements.append({"element_identifier": element_identifier, "element_definition": element_definition}) return TestCollectionDef( attrib=attrib, collection_type=collection_type, elements=elements, name=name, )
[docs] def to_dict(self): def element_to_dict(element_dict): element_identifier, element_def = element_dict["element_identifier"], element_dict["element_definition"] if isinstance(element_def, TestCollectionDef): element_def = element_def.to_dict() return { "element_identifier": element_identifier, "element_definition": element_def, } return { "model_class": "TestCollectionDef", "attributes": self.attrib, "collection_type": self.collection_type, "elements": list(map(element_to_dict, self.elements or [])), "name": self.name, }
[docs] @staticmethod def from_dict(as_dict): assert as_dict["model_class"] == "TestCollectionDef" def element_from_dict(element_dict): if "element_definition" not in element_dict: raise Exception(f"Invalid element_dict {element_dict}") element_def = element_dict["element_definition"] if element_def.get("model_class", None) == "TestCollectionDef": element_def = TestCollectionDef.from_dict(element_def) return {"element_identifier": element_dict["element_identifier"], "element_definition": element_def} return TestCollectionDef( attrib=as_dict["attributes"], name=as_dict["name"], elements=list(map(element_from_dict, as_dict["elements"] or [])), collection_type=as_dict["collection_type"], )
[docs] def collect_inputs(self): inputs = [] for element in self.elements: value = element["element_definition"] if isinstance(value, TestCollectionDef): inputs.extend(value.collect_inputs()) else: inputs.append(value) return inputs
[docs]class RequiredFiles:
[docs] def __init__(self, includes: List[Dict], excludes: List[Dict], extend_default_excludes: bool): self.includes = includes self.excludes = excludes self.extend_default_excludes = extend_default_excludes
[docs] @staticmethod def from_dict(as_dict): extend_default_excludes: bool = as_dict.get("extend_default_excludes", True) includes: List = as_dict.get("includes", []) excludes: List = as_dict.get("excludes", []) return RequiredFiles(includes, excludes, extend_default_excludes)
[docs] def find_required_files(self, tool_directory: str) -> List[str]: def matches(ie_list: List, rel_path: str): for ie_item in ie_list: ie_item_path = ie_item["path"] ie_item_type = ie_item.get("path_type", "literal") if ie_item_type == "literal": if rel_path == ie_item_path: return True elif ie_item_type == "prefix": if rel_path.startswith(ie_item_path): return True elif ie_item_type == "glob": if fnmatch.fnmatch(rel_path, ie_item_path): return True else: if re.match(ie_item_path, rel_path) is not None: return True return False excludes = self.excludes if self.extend_default_excludes: excludes.append({"path": "tool-data", "path_type": "prefix"}) excludes.append({"path": "test-data", "path_type": "prefix"}) excludes.append({"path": ".hg", "path_type": "prefix"}) files: List[str] = [] for (dirpath, _, filenames) in safe_walk(tool_directory): for filename in filenames: rel_path = join(dirpath, filename).replace(tool_directory + os.path.sep, '') if matches(self.includes, rel_path) and not matches(self.excludes, rel_path): files.append(rel_path) return files
[docs]class TestCollectionOutputDef: __test__ = False # Prevent pytest from discovering this class (issue #12071)
[docs] def __init__(self, name, attrib, element_tests): self.name = name self.collection_type = attrib.get("type", None) count = attrib.get("count", None) self.count = int(count) if count is not None else None self.attrib = attrib self.element_tests = element_tests
[docs] @staticmethod def from_dict(as_dict): return TestCollectionOutputDef( name=as_dict["name"], attrib=as_dict.get("attributes", {}), element_tests=as_dict["element_tests"], )
[docs] def to_dict(self): return dict( name=self.name, attributes=self.attrib, element_tests=self.element_tests )