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Source code for molten.contrib.toml_settings

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import os
from inspect import Parameter
from string import Template
from typing import Any, Dict, List, Optional, Union, cast

from molten import Settings as Settings

    import toml
except ImportError:  # pragma: no cover
    raise ImportError("'toml' package missing. Run 'pip install toml'.")

#: Canary value representing missing values.
Missing = object()

def _substitute(setting: str, value: str, env: Dict[str, str]) -> str:
        return Template(value).substitute(env)
    except KeyError as e:
        raise RuntimeError(f"{e} environment variable missing for setting {setting!r}.")
    except ValueError as e:
        raise RuntimeError(f"Invalid variable substitution syntax for value {value!r} in setting {setting!r}.")

def _substitute_from_env(
        ob: Union[Dict[str, Any], List[Any]],
        env: Dict[str, str] = cast(Dict[str, str], os.environ),  # noqa
        parent: str = "$",
) -> None:
    if isinstance(ob, list):
        for i, item in enumerate(ob):
            setting_name = f"{parent}.{i}"
            if isinstance(item, str):
                ob[i] = _substitute(setting_name, item, env)

            elif isinstance(item, (dict, list)):
                _substitute_from_env(item, env, parent=setting_name)

    elif isinstance(ob, dict):
        for name, value in ob.items():
            setting_name = f"{parent}.{name}"
            if isinstance(value, str):
                ob[name] = _substitute(setting_name, value, env)

            elif isinstance(value, (dict, list)):
                _substitute_from_env(value, env, parent=setting_name)

[docs]class TOMLSettings(Settings): """A dictionary of settings parsed from a TOML file. """
[docs] @classmethod def from_path(cls, path: str, environment: str) -> "Settings": """Load a TOML file into a dictionary. Raises: FileNotFoundError: When the settings file does not exist. Parameters: path: The path to the TOML file containing your settings. environment: The config environment to use. """ all_settings = toml.load(open(path)) common_settings = all_settings.get("common", {}) environment_settings = all_settings.get(environment, {}) settings = cls({**common_settings, **environment_settings}) _substitute_from_env(settings) return settings
[docs]class TOMLSettingsComponent: """A component that loads settings from a TOML file. The settings file should have a "common" section and one section for each environment the application is expected to run in. The environment-specific settings are merged on top of the "common" settings on load. The current environment is determined by the ``ENVIRONMENT`` config variable. Example settings file:: [common] coon_uri = "sqlite:///" conn_pooling = true conn_pool_size = 1 [dev] [prod] # conn_uri is loaded from the DATABASE_URL environment variable. # This is not a standard TOML feature, but is provided for # convenience. This uses the built-in `string.Template` parser. conn_uri = "$DATABASE_URL" con_pool_size = 32 Examples:: from molten import Settings def handle(settings: Settings): settings.get("conn_pooling") Parameters: path: The path to the TOML file containing your settings. environment: The config environment to use. If not provided, this defaults to the value of the "ENVIRONMENT" environment variable. If that's not set either, then this defaults to "dev". """ __slots__ = ["path", "environment"] is_cacheable = True is_singleton = True def __init__(self, path: str = "./settings.toml", environment: Optional[str] = None) -> None: self.path = path self.environment = environment or os.getenv("ENVIRONMENT", "dev") def can_handle_parameter(self, parameter: Parameter) -> bool: return parameter.annotation is Settings def resolve(self) -> Settings: assert self.environment return TOMLSettings.from_path(self.path, self.environment)