Source code for pymor.core.pickle

# This file is part of the pyMOR project (http://www.pymor.org).
# Copyright 2013-2018 pyMOR developers and contributors. All rights reserved.
# License: BSD 2-Clause License (http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-2-Clause)

"""This module contains methods for object serialization.

Instead of importing serialization functions from Python's
:mod:`pickle` module directly, you should use the `dump`, `dumps`,
`load`, `loads` functions defined here. In particular, these
methods will use :func:`dumps_function` to serialize
function objects which cannot be pickled by Python's standard
methods. Note, however, pickling such methods should be avoided
since the implementation of :func:`dumps_function` uses non-portable
implementation details of CPython to achieve its goals.
"""

import marshal
import opcode
from types import CodeType, FunctionType, ModuleType
try:
    import cPickle as pickle
except ImportError:
    import pickle as pickle
from io import BytesIO as IOtype
import sys
import platform


PicklingError = pickle.PicklingError
UnpicklingError = pickle.UnpicklingError
PROTOCOL = pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL


# on CPython provide pickling methods which use
# dumps_function in case pickling of a function fails
if platform.python_implementation() == 'CPython':

[docs] def dump(obj, file, protocol=None): pickler = pickle.Pickler(file, protocol=PROTOCOL) pickler.persistent_id = _function_pickling_handler pickler.dump(obj)
[docs] def dumps(obj, protocol=None): file = IOtype() pickler = pickle.Pickler(file, protocol=PROTOCOL) pickler.persistent_id = _function_pickling_handler pickler.dump(obj) return file.getvalue()
[docs] def load(file): unpickler = pickle.Unpickler(file) unpickler.persistent_load = _function_unpickling_handler return unpickler.load()
[docs] def loads(str): file = IOtype(str) unpickler = pickle.Unpickler(file) unpickler.persistent_load = _function_unpickling_handler return unpickler.load()
else: from functools import partial dump = partial(pickle.dump, protocol=PROTOCOL) dumps = partial(pickle.dumps, protocol=PROTOCOL) load = pickle.load loads = pickle.loads def _generate_opcode(code_object): import dis for ins in dis.get_instructions(code_object): yield (ins.opcode, ins.arg)
[docs]def _global_names(code_object): '''Return all names in code_object.co_names which are used in a LOAD_GLOBAL statement.''' LOAD_GLOBAL = opcode.opmap['LOAD_GLOBAL'] indices = {i for o, i in _generate_opcode(code_object) if o == LOAD_GLOBAL} names = code_object.co_names result = {names[i] for i in indices} # On Python 3, comprehensions have their own scope. This is implemented # by generating a new code object for the comprehension which is stored # as a constant of the enclosing function's code object. If the comprehension # refers to global names, these names are listed in co_names of the code # object for the comprehension, so we have to look at these code objects as # well: for const in code_object.co_consts: if type(const) is CodeType: result.update(_global_names(const)) return result
[docs]class Module(object): def __init__(self, mod): self.mod = mod def __getstate__(self): if not hasattr(self.mod, '__package__'): raise PicklingError return self.mod.__package__ def __setstate__(self, s): self.mod = __import__(s)
[docs]def dumps_function(function): '''Tries hard to pickle a function object: 1. The function's code object is serialized using the :mod:`marshal` module. 2. For all global names used in the function's code object the corresponding object in the function's global namespace is pickled. In case this object is a module, the modules __package__ name is pickled. 3. All default arguments are pickled. 4. All objects in the function's closure are pickled. Note that also this is heavily implementation specific and will probably only work with CPython. If possible, avoid using this method. ''' closure = None if function.__closure__ is None else [c.cell_contents for c in function.__closure__] code = marshal.dumps(function.__code__) func_globals = function.__globals__ def wrap_modules(x): return Module(x) if isinstance(x, ModuleType) else x # note that global names in function.func_code can also refer to builtins ... globals_ = {k: wrap_modules(func_globals[k]) for k in _global_names(function.__code__) if k in func_globals} return dumps((function.__name__, code, globals_, function.__defaults__, closure, function.__dict__, function.__doc__, function.__qualname__, function.__kwdefaults__, function.__annotations__))
[docs]def loads_function(s): '''Restores a function serialized with :func:`dumps_function`.''' name, code, globals_, defaults, closure, func_dict, doc, qualname, kwdefaults, annotations = loads(s) code = marshal.loads(code) for k, v in globals_.items(): if isinstance(v, Module): globals_[k] = v.mod if closure is not None: import ctypes ctypes.pythonapi.PyCell_New.restype = ctypes.py_object ctypes.pythonapi.PyCell_New.argtypes = [ctypes.py_object] closure = tuple(ctypes.pythonapi.PyCell_New(c) for c in closure) globals_['__builtins__'] = __builtins__ r = FunctionType(code, globals_, name, defaults, closure) r.__dict__ = func_dict r.__doc__ = doc r.__qualname__ = qualname r.__kwdefaults__ = kwdefaults r.__annotations__ = annotations return r
def _function_pickling_handler(f): if f.__class__ is FunctionType: if f.__module__ != '__main__': try: return b'A' + pickle.dumps(f) except (AttributeError, TypeError, PicklingError): return b'B' + dumps_function(f) else: return b'B' + dumps_function(f) else: return None def _function_unpickling_handler(persid): mode, data = persid[0], persid[1:] if mode == b'A'[0]: return pickle.loads(data) elif mode == b'B'[0]: return loads_function(data) else: raise UnpicklingError