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from typing import (
Any,
Callable,
Dict,
Generic,
List,
Optional,
Sequence,
Mapping,
Tuple,
Type,
TypeVar,
Union,
overload,
)
# `import X as X` is required to make these public
from . import exceptions as exceptions
from . import filters as filters
from . import converters as converters
from . import validators as validators
_T = TypeVar("_T")
_C = TypeVar("_C", bound=type)
_ValidatorType = Callable[[Any, Attribute[_T], _T], Any]
_ConverterType = Callable[[Any], _T]
_FilterType = Callable[[Attribute[_T], _T], bool]
# FIXME: in reality, if multiple validators are passed they must be in a list or tuple,
# but those are invariant and so would prevent subtypes of _ValidatorType from working
# when passed in a list or tuple.
_ValidatorArgType = Union[_ValidatorType[_T], Sequence[_ValidatorType[_T]]]
# _make --
NOTHING: object
# NOTE: Factory lies about its return type to make this possible: `x: List[int] = Factory(list)`
# Work around mypy issue #4554 in the common case by using an overload.
@overload
def Factory(factory: Callable[[], _T]) -> _T: ...
@overload
def Factory(
factory: Union[Callable[[Any], _T], Callable[[], _T]],
takes_self: bool = ...,
) -> _T: ...
class Attribute(Generic[_T]):
name: str
default: Optional[_T]
validator: Optional[_ValidatorType[_T]]
repr: bool
cmp: bool
hash: Optional[bool]
init: bool
converter: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]]
metadata: Dict[Any, Any]
type: Optional[Type[_T]]
kw_only: bool
def __lt__(self, x: Attribute[_T]) -> bool: ...
def __le__(self, x: Attribute[_T]) -> bool: ...
def __gt__(self, x: Attribute[_T]) -> bool: ...
def __ge__(self, x: Attribute[_T]) -> bool: ...
# NOTE: We had several choices for the annotation to use for type arg:
# 1) Type[_T]
# - Pros: Handles simple cases correctly
# - Cons: Might produce less informative errors in the case of conflicting TypeVars
# e.g. `attr.ib(default='bad', type=int)`
# 2) Callable[..., _T]
# - Pros: Better error messages than #1 for conflicting TypeVars
# - Cons: Terrible error messages for validator checks.
# e.g. attr.ib(type=int, validator=validate_str)
# -> error: Cannot infer function type argument
# 3) type (and do all of the work in the mypy plugin)
# - Pros: Simple here, and we could customize the plugin with our own errors.
# - Cons: Would need to write mypy plugin code to handle all the cases.
# We chose option #1.
# `attr` lies about its return type to make the following possible:
# attr() -> Any
# attr(8) -> int
# attr(validator=<some callable>) -> Whatever the callable expects.
# This makes this type of assignments possible:
# x: int = attr(8)
#
# This form catches explicit None or no default but with no other arguments returns Any.
@overload
def attrib(
default: None = ...,
validator: None = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
convert: None = ...,
metadata: Optional[Mapping[Any, Any]] = ...,
type: None = ...,
converter: None = ...,
factory: None = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
) -> Any: ...
# This form catches an explicit None or no default and infers the type from the other arguments.
@overload
def attrib(
default: None = ...,
validator: Optional[_ValidatorArgType[_T]] = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
convert: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]] = ...,
metadata: Optional[Mapping[Any, Any]] = ...,
type: Optional[Type[_T]] = ...,
converter: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]] = ...,
factory: Optional[Callable[[], _T]] = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
) -> _T: ...
# This form catches an explicit default argument.
@overload
def attrib(
default: _T,
validator: Optional[_ValidatorArgType[_T]] = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
convert: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]] = ...,
metadata: Optional[Mapping[Any, Any]] = ...,
type: Optional[Type[_T]] = ...,
converter: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]] = ...,
factory: Optional[Callable[[], _T]] = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
) -> _T: ...
# This form covers type=non-Type: e.g. forward references (str), Any
@overload
def attrib(
default: Optional[_T] = ...,
validator: Optional[_ValidatorArgType[_T]] = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
convert: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]] = ...,
metadata: Optional[Mapping[Any, Any]] = ...,
type: object = ...,
converter: Optional[_ConverterType[_T]] = ...,
factory: Optional[Callable[[], _T]] = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
) -> Any: ...
@overload
def attrs(
maybe_cls: _C,
these: Optional[Dict[str, Any]] = ...,
repr_ns: Optional[str] = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
slots: bool = ...,
frozen: bool = ...,
weakref_slot: bool = ...,
str: bool = ...,
auto_attribs: bool = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
cache_hash: bool = ...,
auto_exc: bool = ...,
) -> _C: ...
@overload
def attrs(
maybe_cls: None = ...,
these: Optional[Dict[str, Any]] = ...,
repr_ns: Optional[str] = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
slots: bool = ...,
frozen: bool = ...,
weakref_slot: bool = ...,
str: bool = ...,
auto_attribs: bool = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
cache_hash: bool = ...,
auto_exc: bool = ...,
) -> Callable[[_C], _C]: ...
# TODO: add support for returning NamedTuple from the mypy plugin
class _Fields(Tuple[Attribute[Any], ...]):
def __getattr__(self, name: str) -> Attribute[Any]: ...
def fields(cls: type) -> _Fields: ...
def fields_dict(cls: type) -> Dict[str, Attribute[Any]]: ...
def validate(inst: Any) -> None: ...
# TODO: add support for returning a proper attrs class from the mypy plugin
# we use Any instead of _CountingAttr so that e.g. `make_class('Foo', [attr.ib()])` is valid
def make_class(
name: str,
attrs: Union[List[str], Tuple[str, ...], Dict[str, Any]],
bases: Tuple[type, ...] = ...,
repr_ns: Optional[str] = ...,
repr: bool = ...,
cmp: bool = ...,
hash: Optional[bool] = ...,
init: bool = ...,
slots: bool = ...,
frozen: bool = ...,
weakref_slot: bool = ...,
str: bool = ...,
auto_attribs: bool = ...,
kw_only: bool = ...,
cache_hash: bool = ...,
auto_exc: bool = ...,
) -> type: ...
# _funcs --
# TODO: add support for returning TypedDict from the mypy plugin
# FIXME: asdict/astuple do not honor their factory args. waiting on one of these:
# https://github.com/python/mypy/issues/4236
# https://github.com/python/typing/issues/253
def asdict(
inst: Any,
recurse: bool = ...,
filter: Optional[_FilterType[Any]] = ...,
dict_factory: Type[Mapping[Any, Any]] = ...,
retain_collection_types: bool = ...,
) -> Dict[str, Any]: ...
# TODO: add support for returning NamedTuple from the mypy plugin
def astuple(
inst: Any,
recurse: bool = ...,
filter: Optional[_FilterType[Any]] = ...,
tuple_factory: Type[Sequence[Any]] = ...,
retain_collection_types: bool = ...,
) -> Tuple[Any, ...]: ...
def has(cls: type) -> bool: ...
def assoc(inst: _T, **changes: Any) -> _T: ...
def evolve(inst: _T, **changes: Any) -> _T: ...
# _config --
def set_run_validators(run: bool) -> None: ...
def get_run_validators() -> bool: ...
# aliases --
s = attributes = attrs
ib = attr = attrib
dataclass = attrs # Technically, partial(attrs, auto_attribs=True) ;)