Source code for can.interface

#!/usr/bin/env python
# coding: utf-8

This module contains the base implementation of `can.Bus` as well
as a list of all avalibale backends and some implemented

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function

import sys
import importlib
import logging
import re

import can
from .bus import BusABC
from .broadcastmanager import CyclicSendTaskABC, MultiRateCyclicSendTaskABC
from .util import load_config
from .interfaces import BACKENDS

if 'linux' in sys.platform:
    # Deprecated and undocumented access to SocketCAN cyclic tasks
    # Will be removed in version 3.0
    from can.interfaces.socketcan import CyclicSendTask, MultiRateCyclicSendTask

# Required by "detect_available_configs" for argument interpretation
if sys.version_info.major > 2:
    basestring = str

log = logging.getLogger('can.interface')
log_autodetect = log.getChild('detect_available_configs')

def _get_class_for_interface(interface):
    Returns the main bus class for the given interface.

        NotImplementedError if the interface is not known
        ImportError     if there was a problem while importing the
                        interface or the bus class within that
    # Find the correct backend
        module_name, class_name = BACKENDS[interface]
    except KeyError:
        raise NotImplementedError("CAN interface '{}' not supported".format(interface))

    # Import the correct interface module
        module = importlib.import_module(module_name)
    except Exception as e:
        raise ImportError(
            "Cannot import module {} for CAN interface '{}': {}".format(module_name, interface, e)

    # Get the correct class
        bus_class = getattr(module, class_name)
    except Exception as e:
        raise ImportError(
            "Cannot import class {} from module {} for CAN interface '{}': {}"
                .format(class_name, module_name, interface, e)

    return bus_class

[docs]class Bus(BusABC): """Bus wrapper with configuration loading. Instantiates a CAN Bus of the given ``interface``, falls back to reading a configuration file from default locations. """ @staticmethod def __new__(cls, channel=None, *args, **config): """ Takes the same arguments as :class:`can.BusABC.__init__`. Some might have a special meaning, see below. :param channel: Set to ``None`` to let it be reloved automatically from the default configuration. That might fail, see below. Expected type is backend dependent. :param dict config: Should contain an ``interface`` key with a valid interface name. If not, it is completed using :meth:`can.util.load_config`. :raises: NotImplementedError if the ``interface`` isn't recognized :raises: ValueError if the ``channel`` could not be determined """ # figure out the rest of the configuration; this might raise an error if channel is not None: config['channel'] = channel config = load_config(config=config) # resolve the bus class to use for that interface cls = _get_class_for_interface(config['interface']) # remove the 'interface' key so it doesn't get passed to the backend del config['interface'] # make sure the bus can handle this config format if 'channel' not in config: raise ValueError("'channel' argument missing") else: channel = config['channel'] del config['channel'] return cls(channel, *args, **config)
def detect_available_configs(interfaces=None): """Detect all configurations/channels that the interfaces could currently connect with. This might be quite time consuming. Automated configuration detection may not be implemented by every interface on every platform. This method will not raise an error in that case, but with rather return an empty list for that interface. :param interfaces: either - the name of an interface to be searched in as a string, - an iterable of interface names to search in, or - `None` to search in all known interfaces. :rtype: list[dict] :return: an iterable of dicts, each suitable for usage in :class:`can.interface.Bus`\ 's constructor. """ # Figure out where to search if interfaces is None: # use an iterator over the keys so we do not have to copy it interfaces = BACKENDS.keys() elif isinstance(interfaces, basestring): interfaces = [interfaces, ] # else it is supposed to be an iterable of strings result = [] for interface in interfaces: try: bus_class = _get_class_for_interface(interface) except ImportError: log_autodetect.debug('interface "%s" can not be loaded for detection of available configurations', interface) continue # get available channels try: available = list(bus_class._detect_available_configs()) except NotImplementedError: log_autodetect.debug('interface "%s" does not support detection of available configurations', interface) else: log_autodetect.debug('interface "%s" detected %i available configurations', interface, len(available)) # add the interface name to the configs if it is not already present for config in available: if 'interface' not in config: config['interface'] = interface # append to result result += available return result