Source code for traits_futures.wrappers

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Wrappers for the background task callable and the foreground future.

These are used by the TraitsExecutor machinery.

import logging

from traits.api import Bool, HasStrictTraits, HasTraits, Instance, observe

from traits_futures.i_task_specification import IFuture

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class FutureWrapper(HasStrictTraits): """ Wrapper for the IFuture. Passes on messages received for this future. """ #: The Traits Futures future being wrapped future = Instance(IFuture) #: Object that receives messages from the background task. receiver = Instance(HasTraits) #: Bool recording whether the future has completed or not. The #: executor listens to this trait to decide when it can clean up #: its own internal state. done = Bool(False) @observe("receiver:message") def _dispatch_to_future(self, event): """ Pass on a message to the future. """ message = done = self.future.receive(message) if done: self.done = True
[docs]def run_background_task(task, sender, cancelled): """ Wrapper for callables submitted to the underlying executor. Parameters ---------- task Callable representing the background task. This will be called with arguments ``send`` and ``cancelled``. sender : IMessageSender Object used to send messages. cancelled Zero-argument callable returning bool. This can be called to check whether cancellation has been requested. """ try: with sender: task(sender.send, cancelled) except BaseException: # We'll only ever get here in the case of a coding error. But in # case that happens, it's useful to have the exception logged to # help the developer. logger.exception("Unexpected exception in background task.") raise