Module t2py.T2Plugin

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#!/usr/bin/env python3

import sys

from typing import Any, Dict, List, Union

from .T2Utils import T2Utils


class T2Plugin:

    """A class used to represent a Tranalyzer plugin.

    Parameters
    ----------
    name : str
        The name of the plugin.
    config : str, default: None
        The name of the config file to load.

    Raises
    ------
    NameError
        If the plugin could not be found.
    """

    def __init__(
            self,
            name: str,
            config: str = None
    ):
        if name not in T2Utils.valid_plugin_names():
            raise NameError(f'Plugin {name} could not be found')
        self._name = name
        self._description = None
        self._number = None
        flags = T2Utils.list_config(name)
        self._default = None
        self._flags = dict.fromkeys(flags)
        self._modified_flags = dict()
        for flag in self._flags:
            self._flags[flag] = T2Utils.get_config_from_source(name, flag)
            self._add_dict_entry(flag, self._flags[flag])
        self.config_file = config
        if config:
            self.load_config(config)

    @property
    def config_file(self) -> str:
        """The configuration file where changes will be persisted in this session.

        `None` means the changes are persisted directly into the source files,
        e.g., `src/pluginName.h`.
        """
        return self._config_file

    @config_file.setter
    def config_file(self, config: str) -> str:
        self._config_file = config

    @property
    def name(self) -> str:
        """The name of the plugin."""
        return self._name

    @property
    def description(self) -> str:
        """The description of the plugin."""
        if not self._description:
            self._description = T2Utils.plugin_description(self.name)
        return self._description

    @property
    def number(self) -> str:
        """The number of the plugin."""
        if not self._number:
            self._number = T2Utils.plugin_number(self.name)
        return self._number

    @property
    def flags(self) -> List[str]:
        """The list of configuration flags available for the plugin."""
        return list(self._flags.keys())

    @property
    def default(self) -> Dict[str, Any]:
        """The list of configuration flags and their default values."""
        if not self._default:
            self._default = dict.fromkeys(self.flags)
            for flag in self.flags:
                self._default[flag] = T2Utils.get_default(self.name, flag)
        return self._default

    @property
    def changes(self) -> Dict[str, Any]:
        """The list of configuration flags modified but not yet persisted."""
        return self._modified_flags

    def discard_changes(self):
        """Discard all non-committed changes made in this session.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.changes
        {'MAX_IP': 5}
        >>> arpDecode.discard_changes()
        >>> arpDecode.changes
        {}
        """
        for flag in list(self._modified_flags):
            self._set_config(flag, T2Utils.get_config_from_source(self.name, flag))
        self._modified_flags.clear()

    def status(self):
        """Print the current configuration status of the plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.status()
        1 change pending:
            MAX_IP = 5
        """
        pending_changes = len(self.changes)
        if pending_changes == 0:
            print('No changes pending')
        else:
            print(f'{pending_changes} change{"s" if pending_changes > 1 else ""} pending:')
        for name, value in sorted(self.changes.items()):
            print(f'    {name} = {value}')

    def diff(
            self,
            base: str = None
    ) -> Dict[str, Any]:
        """Compare the current configuration with the default configuration.

        Parameters
        ----------
        base : str, default: None
            The base configuration to use for comparison.
            Currently, only `'default'` is supported.

        Returns
        -------
        dict
            The flags differing from `base` as keys, the current value as values.

        Raises
        ------
        NotImplementedError
            When trying to compare the current configuration with base other than `'default'`.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        >>> arpDecode.diff()
        {'MAX_IP': 5}
        """
        changes = dict()
        if base and base != 'default':
            raise NotImplementedError("Comparing configuration with other than 'default' currently not implemented")
        else:
            for flag, value in self._flags.items():
                if not self._values_equal(value, self.default[flag]):
                    changes[flag] = value
        return changes

    def load_config(
            self,
            config: str
    ):
        """Load a config file.

        Parameters
        ----------
        config : str
            The name of the config file to load.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.load_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
        """
        with open(config) as f:
            for line in f:
                line = line.strip()
                if line.startswith('#') or len(line) == 0:
                    continue
                key_val = line.split('=')
                self._set_config(key_val[0].strip(), key_val[1].strip())

    def generate_config(
            self,
            outfile: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Generate a config file with the default values.

        Parameters
        ----------
        outfile : str, default: None
            The name of the config file to generate.
            If `None`, use `'pluginName.config'` in the plugin home folder.
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.generate_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
        """
        T2Utils.generate_config(self.name, outfile, verbose=verbose)

    def save_config(
            self,
            outfile: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Generate a config file with the current modified values.

        Parameters
        ----------
        outfile : str, default: None
            The name of the config file to save.
            If `None`, use `'pluginName.config'` in the plugin home folder.
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.save_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
        """
        if not outfile and self.config_file:
            outfile = self.config_file
        self.generate_config(outfile, verbose=verbose)
        for flag, value in self.changes.items():
            T2Utils.set_config(self.name, flag, value, outfile=outfile, verbose=verbose)

    def reset(
            self,
            name: Union[str, List[str]] = None
    ):
        """Reset flags to their default value.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str or list of str, default: None
            `name` can be:

            - a single flag, e.g., `'MY_FLAG'`.
            - a list of flags, e.g., `['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2']`.
            - `None` to reset all flags.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
        T2Plugin.set_default : Alias for `T2Plugin.reset()`

        Notes
        -----
        `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.reset('MAX_IP')
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        """
        if not name:
            self.reset(self.flags)
        elif type(name) == list:
            for n in name:
                if n not in self.flags:
                    raise NameError(f"Flag '{n}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
                if n in self._modified_flags:
                    del self._modified_flags[n]
                self._set_config(n, self.default[n])
        elif name not in self.flags:
            raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
        else:
            if name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
            self._set_config(name, self.default[name])

    def get_default(
            self,
            name: str
    ) -> Any:
        """Get the default value for the configuration flag `name`.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str
            The name of the flag to get the default value from.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If the flag `name` does not exist for this plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.get_default('MAX_IP')
        10
        """
        if name not in self.flags:
            raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
        return self.default[name]

    def set_default(
            self,
            name: Union[str, List[str]] = None
    ):
        """Reset flags to their default value.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str or list of str, default: None
            `name` can be:

            - a single flag, e.g., `'MY_FLAG'`.
            - a list of flags, e.g., `['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2']`.
            - `None` to reset all flags.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
        T2Plugin.reset : Alias for `T2Plugin.set_default()`

        Notes
        -----
        `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.set_default('MAX_IP')
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        """
        self.reset(name)

    def list_config(self) -> List[str]:
        """List the configuration flags available for the plugin.

        Returns
        -------
        list of str
            The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.flags : The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.list_config()
        ['MAX_IP']
        """
        return self.flags

    def apply_changes(
            self,
            outfile: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Apply the current modifications to the plugin.

        Parameters
        ----------
        outfile : str, default: None

            - If `None`, edit the sources directly.
            - Else apply the config to `outfile`, e.g., `'myPlugin.config'`.

        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        """
        if self._modified_flags:
            for flag in self._modified_flags:
                T2Utils.set_config(self.name, flag, self._modified_flags[flag], outfile=outfile, verbose=verbose)
                self._flags[flag] = self._modified_flags[flag]
            self._modified_flags.clear()

    def build(
            self,
            plugin_folder: str = None,
            force_rebuild: bool = False,
            debug: bool = False,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Build the plugin.

        Parameters
        ----------
        plugin_folder : str, default: None
            Path to the plugin folder.
            If `None`, default to `'$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'`.
        force_rebuild : bool, default: False
            Force the rebuild of the configuration files (`$ t2build -r ...`).
        debug : bool, default: False
            Build the plugin in debug mode.
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.clean : Remove files generated by `T2Plugin.build()`.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.build()
        """
        T2Utils.build(self.name, plugin_folder, force_rebuild, debug, verbose)

    def clean(
            self,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Remove files generated by `T2Plugin.build()`.

        Parameters
        ----------
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.build : Build the plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.build()
        >>> arpDecode.clean()
        """
        T2Utils.clean(self.name, verbose=verbose)

    def unload(
            self,
            plugin_folder: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Remove (unload) the plugin from the plugin folder.

        Parameters
        ----------
        plugin_folder : str, default: None
            The plugin folder from where the plugin must be unloaded.
            If `None`, use the default plugin folder (`'$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'`).
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.unload()
        """
        T2Utils.unload(self.name, plugin_folder, verbose=verbose)

    # =========================================================================
    # Private functions
    # =========================================================================

    def _values_equal(self, val1: Any, val2: Any):
        """Compare two values for equality, handling 'synonym' values, such as `'yes'`/1 and `'no'`/0.

        Parameters
        ----------
        val1, val2 : Any
            The values to compare.

        Returns
        -------
        bool
            `True` if `val1` and `val2` are equal, `False` otherwise.
        """
        return (
            (val1 in ['yes', 1] and val2 in ['yes', 1]) or
            (val1 in ['no', 0] and val2 in ['no', 0]) or
            (val1 == val2)
        )

    def _set_config(self, name: str, value: Any):
        """Set the value for the configuration flag `name`.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str
            The name of the flag to set.
        value : Any
            The new value for the flag `name`.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If the flag `name` does not exist for this plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.

        Notes
        -----
        `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.
        """
        if name not in self.flags:
            raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")

        source = str(T2Utils.get_config(self.name, name, infile=self.config_file))
        if value == 'no':
            if source != '0':
                self._modified_flags[name] = 0
                self._add_dict_entry(name, 0)
            elif name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
        elif value == 'yes':
            if source != '1':
                self._modified_flags[name] = 1
                self._add_dict_entry(name, 1)
            elif name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
        elif str(value) != source:
            self._modified_flags[name] = value
            self._add_dict_entry(name, value)
        else:
            if name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
            self._add_dict_entry(name, self._flags[name])

    def __setattr__(self, name: str, value: Any):
        super().__setattr__(name, value)
        try:
            if name in self.flags:
                self._set_config(name, value)
        except (KeyError, AttributeError):
            if not name.startswith('_'):
                _printerr(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
            pass

    def _add_dict_entry(self, flag: str, value):
        self.__dict__[flag] = value

# ============================================================================ #


def _printerr(msg: str):
    """Print a message in red to `stderr`.

    Parameters
    ----------
    msg : str
        The message to print.
    """
    print(f'\033[91m{msg}\033[0m', file=sys.stderr)

Classes

class T2Plugin (name: str, config: str = None)

A class used to represent a Tranalyzer plugin.

Parameters

name : str
The name of the plugin.
config : str, default: None
The name of the config file to load.

Raises

NameError
If the plugin could not be found.
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class T2Plugin:

    """A class used to represent a Tranalyzer plugin.

    Parameters
    ----------
    name : str
        The name of the plugin.
    config : str, default: None
        The name of the config file to load.

    Raises
    ------
    NameError
        If the plugin could not be found.
    """

    def __init__(
            self,
            name: str,
            config: str = None
    ):
        if name not in T2Utils.valid_plugin_names():
            raise NameError(f'Plugin {name} could not be found')
        self._name = name
        self._description = None
        self._number = None
        flags = T2Utils.list_config(name)
        self._default = None
        self._flags = dict.fromkeys(flags)
        self._modified_flags = dict()
        for flag in self._flags:
            self._flags[flag] = T2Utils.get_config_from_source(name, flag)
            self._add_dict_entry(flag, self._flags[flag])
        self.config_file = config
        if config:
            self.load_config(config)

    @property
    def config_file(self) -> str:
        """The configuration file where changes will be persisted in this session.

        `None` means the changes are persisted directly into the source files,
        e.g., `src/pluginName.h`.
        """
        return self._config_file

    @config_file.setter
    def config_file(self, config: str) -> str:
        self._config_file = config

    @property
    def name(self) -> str:
        """The name of the plugin."""
        return self._name

    @property
    def description(self) -> str:
        """The description of the plugin."""
        if not self._description:
            self._description = T2Utils.plugin_description(self.name)
        return self._description

    @property
    def number(self) -> str:
        """The number of the plugin."""
        if not self._number:
            self._number = T2Utils.plugin_number(self.name)
        return self._number

    @property
    def flags(self) -> List[str]:
        """The list of configuration flags available for the plugin."""
        return list(self._flags.keys())

    @property
    def default(self) -> Dict[str, Any]:
        """The list of configuration flags and their default values."""
        if not self._default:
            self._default = dict.fromkeys(self.flags)
            for flag in self.flags:
                self._default[flag] = T2Utils.get_default(self.name, flag)
        return self._default

    @property
    def changes(self) -> Dict[str, Any]:
        """The list of configuration flags modified but not yet persisted."""
        return self._modified_flags

    def discard_changes(self):
        """Discard all non-committed changes made in this session.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.changes
        {'MAX_IP': 5}
        >>> arpDecode.discard_changes()
        >>> arpDecode.changes
        {}
        """
        for flag in list(self._modified_flags):
            self._set_config(flag, T2Utils.get_config_from_source(self.name, flag))
        self._modified_flags.clear()

    def status(self):
        """Print the current configuration status of the plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.status()
        1 change pending:
            MAX_IP = 5
        """
        pending_changes = len(self.changes)
        if pending_changes == 0:
            print('No changes pending')
        else:
            print(f'{pending_changes} change{"s" if pending_changes > 1 else ""} pending:')
        for name, value in sorted(self.changes.items()):
            print(f'    {name} = {value}')

    def diff(
            self,
            base: str = None
    ) -> Dict[str, Any]:
        """Compare the current configuration with the default configuration.

        Parameters
        ----------
        base : str, default: None
            The base configuration to use for comparison.
            Currently, only `'default'` is supported.

        Returns
        -------
        dict
            The flags differing from `base` as keys, the current value as values.

        Raises
        ------
        NotImplementedError
            When trying to compare the current configuration with base other than `'default'`.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        >>> arpDecode.diff()
        {'MAX_IP': 5}
        """
        changes = dict()
        if base and base != 'default':
            raise NotImplementedError("Comparing configuration with other than 'default' currently not implemented")
        else:
            for flag, value in self._flags.items():
                if not self._values_equal(value, self.default[flag]):
                    changes[flag] = value
        return changes

    def load_config(
            self,
            config: str
    ):
        """Load a config file.

        Parameters
        ----------
        config : str
            The name of the config file to load.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.load_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
        """
        with open(config) as f:
            for line in f:
                line = line.strip()
                if line.startswith('#') or len(line) == 0:
                    continue
                key_val = line.split('=')
                self._set_config(key_val[0].strip(), key_val[1].strip())

    def generate_config(
            self,
            outfile: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Generate a config file with the default values.

        Parameters
        ----------
        outfile : str, default: None
            The name of the config file to generate.
            If `None`, use `'pluginName.config'` in the plugin home folder.
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.generate_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
        """
        T2Utils.generate_config(self.name, outfile, verbose=verbose)

    def save_config(
            self,
            outfile: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Generate a config file with the current modified values.

        Parameters
        ----------
        outfile : str, default: None
            The name of the config file to save.
            If `None`, use `'pluginName.config'` in the plugin home folder.
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.save_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
        """
        if not outfile and self.config_file:
            outfile = self.config_file
        self.generate_config(outfile, verbose=verbose)
        for flag, value in self.changes.items():
            T2Utils.set_config(self.name, flag, value, outfile=outfile, verbose=verbose)

    def reset(
            self,
            name: Union[str, List[str]] = None
    ):
        """Reset flags to their default value.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str or list of str, default: None
            `name` can be:

            - a single flag, e.g., `'MY_FLAG'`.
            - a list of flags, e.g., `['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2']`.
            - `None` to reset all flags.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
        T2Plugin.set_default : Alias for `T2Plugin.reset()`

        Notes
        -----
        `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.reset('MAX_IP')
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        """
        if not name:
            self.reset(self.flags)
        elif type(name) == list:
            for n in name:
                if n not in self.flags:
                    raise NameError(f"Flag '{n}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
                if n in self._modified_flags:
                    del self._modified_flags[n]
                self._set_config(n, self.default[n])
        elif name not in self.flags:
            raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
        else:
            if name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
            self._set_config(name, self.default[name])

    def get_default(
            self,
            name: str
    ) -> Any:
        """Get the default value for the configuration flag `name`.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str
            The name of the flag to get the default value from.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If the flag `name` does not exist for this plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.get_default('MAX_IP')
        10
        """
        if name not in self.flags:
            raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
        return self.default[name]

    def set_default(
            self,
            name: Union[str, List[str]] = None
    ):
        """Reset flags to their default value.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str or list of str, default: None
            `name` can be:

            - a single flag, e.g., `'MY_FLAG'`.
            - a list of flags, e.g., `['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2']`.
            - `None` to reset all flags.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
        T2Plugin.reset : Alias for `T2Plugin.set_default()`

        Notes
        -----
        `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.set_default('MAX_IP')
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        """
        self.reset(name)

    def list_config(self) -> List[str]:
        """List the configuration flags available for the plugin.

        Returns
        -------
        list of str
            The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.flags : The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.list_config()
        ['MAX_IP']
        """
        return self.flags

    def apply_changes(
            self,
            outfile: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Apply the current modifications to the plugin.

        Parameters
        ----------
        outfile : str, default: None

            - If `None`, edit the sources directly.
            - Else apply the config to `outfile`, e.g., `'myPlugin.config'`.

        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
        >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
        """
        if self._modified_flags:
            for flag in self._modified_flags:
                T2Utils.set_config(self.name, flag, self._modified_flags[flag], outfile=outfile, verbose=verbose)
                self._flags[flag] = self._modified_flags[flag]
            self._modified_flags.clear()

    def build(
            self,
            plugin_folder: str = None,
            force_rebuild: bool = False,
            debug: bool = False,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Build the plugin.

        Parameters
        ----------
        plugin_folder : str, default: None
            Path to the plugin folder.
            If `None`, default to `'$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'`.
        force_rebuild : bool, default: False
            Force the rebuild of the configuration files (`$ t2build -r ...`).
        debug : bool, default: False
            Build the plugin in debug mode.
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.clean : Remove files generated by `T2Plugin.build()`.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.build()
        """
        T2Utils.build(self.name, plugin_folder, force_rebuild, debug, verbose)

    def clean(
            self,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Remove files generated by `T2Plugin.build()`.

        Parameters
        ----------
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.build : Build the plugin.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.build()
        >>> arpDecode.clean()
        """
        T2Utils.clean(self.name, verbose=verbose)

    def unload(
            self,
            plugin_folder: str = None,
            verbose: bool = False
    ):
        """Remove (unload) the plugin from the plugin folder.

        Parameters
        ----------
        plugin_folder : str, default: None
            The plugin folder from where the plugin must be unloaded.
            If `None`, use the default plugin folder (`'$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'`).
        verbose : bool, default: False

            - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
            - If `False`, do not print anything.

        Raises
        ------
        subprocess.CalledProcessError
            If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

        Examples
        --------
        >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
        >>> arpDecode.unload()
        """
        T2Utils.unload(self.name, plugin_folder, verbose=verbose)

    # =========================================================================
    # Private functions
    # =========================================================================

    def _values_equal(self, val1: Any, val2: Any):
        """Compare two values for equality, handling 'synonym' values, such as `'yes'`/1 and `'no'`/0.

        Parameters
        ----------
        val1, val2 : Any
            The values to compare.

        Returns
        -------
        bool
            `True` if `val1` and `val2` are equal, `False` otherwise.
        """
        return (
            (val1 in ['yes', 1] and val2 in ['yes', 1]) or
            (val1 in ['no', 0] and val2 in ['no', 0]) or
            (val1 == val2)
        )

    def _set_config(self, name: str, value: Any):
        """Set the value for the configuration flag `name`.

        Parameters
        ----------
        name : str
            The name of the flag to set.
        value : Any
            The new value for the flag `name`.

        Raises
        ------
        NameError
            If the flag `name` does not exist for this plugin.

        See Also
        --------
        T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.

        Notes
        -----
        `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.
        """
        if name not in self.flags:
            raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")

        source = str(T2Utils.get_config(self.name, name, infile=self.config_file))
        if value == 'no':
            if source != '0':
                self._modified_flags[name] = 0
                self._add_dict_entry(name, 0)
            elif name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
        elif value == 'yes':
            if source != '1':
                self._modified_flags[name] = 1
                self._add_dict_entry(name, 1)
            elif name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
        elif str(value) != source:
            self._modified_flags[name] = value
            self._add_dict_entry(name, value)
        else:
            if name in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[name]
            self._add_dict_entry(name, self._flags[name])

    def __setattr__(self, name: str, value: Any):
        super().__setattr__(name, value)
        try:
            if name in self.flags:
                self._set_config(name, value)
        except (KeyError, AttributeError):
            if not name.startswith('_'):
                _printerr(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
            pass

    def _add_dict_entry(self, flag: str, value):
        self.__dict__[flag] = value

Instance variables

var changes : Dict[str, Any]

The list of configuration flags modified but not yet persisted.

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@property
def changes(self) -> Dict[str, Any]:
    """The list of configuration flags modified but not yet persisted."""
    return self._modified_flags
var config_file : str

The configuration file where changes will be persisted in this session.

None means the changes are persisted directly into the source files, e.g., src/pluginName.h.

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@property
def config_file(self) -> str:
    """The configuration file where changes will be persisted in this session.

    `None` means the changes are persisted directly into the source files,
    e.g., `src/pluginName.h`.
    """
    return self._config_file
var default : Dict[str, Any]

The list of configuration flags and their default values.

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@property
def default(self) -> Dict[str, Any]:
    """The list of configuration flags and their default values."""
    if not self._default:
        self._default = dict.fromkeys(self.flags)
        for flag in self.flags:
            self._default[flag] = T2Utils.get_default(self.name, flag)
    return self._default
var description : str

The description of the plugin.

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@property
def description(self) -> str:
    """The description of the plugin."""
    if not self._description:
        self._description = T2Utils.plugin_description(self.name)
    return self._description
var flags : List[str]

The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

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@property
def flags(self) -> List[str]:
    """The list of configuration flags available for the plugin."""
    return list(self._flags.keys())
var name : str

The name of the plugin.

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@property
def name(self) -> str:
    """The name of the plugin."""
    return self._name
var number : str

The number of the plugin.

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@property
def number(self) -> str:
    """The number of the plugin."""
    if not self._number:
        self._number = T2Utils.plugin_number(self.name)
    return self._number

Methods

def apply_changes(self, outfile: str = None, verbose: bool = False)

Apply the current modifications to the plugin.

Parameters

outfile : str, default: None
  • If None, edit the sources directly.
  • Else apply the config to outfile, e.g., 'myPlugin.config'.
verbose : bool, default: False
  • If True, print the output (stdout and stderr) of the command.
  • If False, do not print anything.

Raises

subprocess.CalledProcessError
If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
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def apply_changes(
        self,
        outfile: str = None,
        verbose: bool = False
):
    """Apply the current modifications to the plugin.

    Parameters
    ----------
    outfile : str, default: None

        - If `None`, edit the sources directly.
        - Else apply the config to `outfile`, e.g., `'myPlugin.config'`.

    verbose : bool, default: False

        - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
        - If `False`, do not print anything.

    Raises
    ------
    subprocess.CalledProcessError
        If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
    """
    if self._modified_flags:
        for flag in self._modified_flags:
            T2Utils.set_config(self.name, flag, self._modified_flags[flag], outfile=outfile, verbose=verbose)
            self._flags[flag] = self._modified_flags[flag]
        self._modified_flags.clear()
def build(self, plugin_folder: str = None, force_rebuild: bool = False, debug: bool = False, verbose: bool = False)

Build the plugin.

Parameters

plugin_folder : str, default: None
Path to the plugin folder. If None, default to '$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'.
force_rebuild : bool, default: False
Force the rebuild of the configuration files ($ t2build -r ...).
debug : bool, default: False
Build the plugin in debug mode.
verbose : bool, default: False
  • If True, print the output (stdout and stderr) of the command.
  • If False, do not print anything.

Raises

subprocess.CalledProcessError
If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

See Also

T2Plugin.clean()
Remove files generated by T2Plugin.build().

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.build()
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def build(
        self,
        plugin_folder: str = None,
        force_rebuild: bool = False,
        debug: bool = False,
        verbose: bool = False
):
    """Build the plugin.

    Parameters
    ----------
    plugin_folder : str, default: None
        Path to the plugin folder.
        If `None`, default to `'$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'`.
    force_rebuild : bool, default: False
        Force the rebuild of the configuration files (`$ t2build -r ...`).
    debug : bool, default: False
        Build the plugin in debug mode.
    verbose : bool, default: False

        - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
        - If `False`, do not print anything.

    Raises
    ------
    subprocess.CalledProcessError
        If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

    See Also
    --------
    T2Plugin.clean : Remove files generated by `T2Plugin.build()`.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.build()
    """
    T2Utils.build(self.name, plugin_folder, force_rebuild, debug, verbose)
def clean(self, verbose: bool = False)

Remove files generated by T2Plugin.build().

Parameters

verbose : bool, default: False
  • If True, print the output (stdout and stderr) of the command.
  • If False, do not print anything.

Raises

subprocess.CalledProcessError
If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

See Also

T2Plugin.build()
Build the plugin.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.build()
>>> arpDecode.clean()
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def clean(
        self,
        verbose: bool = False
):
    """Remove files generated by `T2Plugin.build()`.

    Parameters
    ----------
    verbose : bool, default: False

        - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
        - If `False`, do not print anything.

    Raises
    ------
    subprocess.CalledProcessError
        If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

    See Also
    --------
    T2Plugin.build : Build the plugin.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.build()
    >>> arpDecode.clean()
    """
    T2Utils.clean(self.name, verbose=verbose)
def diff(self, base: str = None) ‑> Dict[str, Any]

Compare the current configuration with the default configuration.

Parameters

base : str, default: None
The base configuration to use for comparison. Currently, only 'default' is supported.

Returns

dict
The flags differing from base as keys, the current value as values.

Raises

NotImplementedError
When trying to compare the current configuration with base other than 'default'.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
>>> arpDecode.diff()
{'MAX_IP': 5}
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def diff(
        self,
        base: str = None
) -> Dict[str, Any]:
    """Compare the current configuration with the default configuration.

    Parameters
    ----------
    base : str, default: None
        The base configuration to use for comparison.
        Currently, only `'default'` is supported.

    Returns
    -------
    dict
        The flags differing from `base` as keys, the current value as values.

    Raises
    ------
    NotImplementedError
        When trying to compare the current configuration with base other than `'default'`.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
    >>> arpDecode.diff()
    {'MAX_IP': 5}
    """
    changes = dict()
    if base and base != 'default':
        raise NotImplementedError("Comparing configuration with other than 'default' currently not implemented")
    else:
        for flag, value in self._flags.items():
            if not self._values_equal(value, self.default[flag]):
                changes[flag] = value
    return changes
def discard_changes(self)

Discard all non-committed changes made in this session.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.changes
{'MAX_IP': 5}
>>> arpDecode.discard_changes()
>>> arpDecode.changes
{}
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def discard_changes(self):
    """Discard all non-committed changes made in this session.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.changes
    {'MAX_IP': 5}
    >>> arpDecode.discard_changes()
    >>> arpDecode.changes
    {}
    """
    for flag in list(self._modified_flags):
        self._set_config(flag, T2Utils.get_config_from_source(self.name, flag))
    self._modified_flags.clear()
def generate_config(self, outfile: str = None, verbose: bool = False)

Generate a config file with the default values.

Parameters

outfile : str, default: None
The name of the config file to generate. If None, use 'pluginName.config' in the plugin home folder.
verbose : bool, default: False
  • If True, print the output (stdout and stderr) of the command.
  • If False, do not print anything.

Raises

subprocess.CalledProcessError
If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.generate_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
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def generate_config(
        self,
        outfile: str = None,
        verbose: bool = False
):
    """Generate a config file with the default values.

    Parameters
    ----------
    outfile : str, default: None
        The name of the config file to generate.
        If `None`, use `'pluginName.config'` in the plugin home folder.
    verbose : bool, default: False

        - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
        - If `False`, do not print anything.

    Raises
    ------
    subprocess.CalledProcessError
        If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.generate_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
    """
    T2Utils.generate_config(self.name, outfile, verbose=verbose)
def get_default(self, name: str) ‑> Any

Get the default value for the configuration flag name.

Parameters

name : str
The name of the flag to get the default value from.

Raises

NameError
If the flag name does not exist for this plugin.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.get_default('MAX_IP')
10
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def get_default(
        self,
        name: str
) -> Any:
    """Get the default value for the configuration flag `name`.

    Parameters
    ----------
    name : str
        The name of the flag to get the default value from.

    Raises
    ------
    NameError
        If the flag `name` does not exist for this plugin.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.get_default('MAX_IP')
    10
    """
    if name not in self.flags:
        raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
    return self.default[name]
def list_config(self) ‑> List[str]

List the configuration flags available for the plugin.

Returns

list of str
The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

See Also

T2Plugin.flags
The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.list_config()
['MAX_IP']
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def list_config(self) -> List[str]:
    """List the configuration flags available for the plugin.

    Returns
    -------
    list of str
        The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

    See Also
    --------
    T2Plugin.flags : The list of configuration flags available for the plugin.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.list_config()
    ['MAX_IP']
    """
    return self.flags
def load_config(self, config: str)

Load a config file.

Parameters

config : str
The name of the config file to load.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.load_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
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def load_config(
        self,
        config: str
):
    """Load a config file.

    Parameters
    ----------
    config : str
        The name of the config file to load.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.load_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
    """
    with open(config) as f:
        for line in f:
            line = line.strip()
            if line.startswith('#') or len(line) == 0:
                continue
            key_val = line.split('=')
            self._set_config(key_val[0].strip(), key_val[1].strip())
def reset(self, name: Union[str, List[str]] = None)

Reset flags to their default value.

Parameters

name : str or list of str, default: None

name can be:

  • a single flag, e.g., 'MY_FLAG'.
  • a list of flags, e.g., ['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2'].
  • None to reset all flags.

Raises

NameError
If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

See Also

T2Plugin.apply_changes()
Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
T2Plugin.set_default()
Alias for T2Plugin.reset()

Notes

T2Plugin.apply_changes() must be called later to apply the changes.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.reset('MAX_IP')
>>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
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def reset(
        self,
        name: Union[str, List[str]] = None
):
    """Reset flags to their default value.

    Parameters
    ----------
    name : str or list of str, default: None
        `name` can be:

        - a single flag, e.g., `'MY_FLAG'`.
        - a list of flags, e.g., `['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2']`.
        - `None` to reset all flags.

    Raises
    ------
    NameError
        If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

    See Also
    --------
    T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
    T2Plugin.set_default : Alias for `T2Plugin.reset()`

    Notes
    -----
    `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.reset('MAX_IP')
    >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
    """
    if not name:
        self.reset(self.flags)
    elif type(name) == list:
        for n in name:
            if n not in self.flags:
                raise NameError(f"Flag '{n}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
            if n in self._modified_flags:
                del self._modified_flags[n]
            self._set_config(n, self.default[n])
    elif name not in self.flags:
        raise NameError(f"Flag '{name}' does not exist for {self.name} plugin")
    else:
        if name in self._modified_flags:
            del self._modified_flags[name]
        self._set_config(name, self.default[name])
def save_config(self, outfile: str = None, verbose: bool = False)

Generate a config file with the current modified values.

Parameters

outfile : str, default: None
The name of the config file to save. If None, use 'pluginName.config' in the plugin home folder.
verbose : bool, default: False
  • If True, print the output (stdout and stderr) of the command.
  • If False, do not print anything.

Raises

subprocess.CalledProcessError
If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.save_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
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def save_config(
        self,
        outfile: str = None,
        verbose: bool = False
):
    """Generate a config file with the current modified values.

    Parameters
    ----------
    outfile : str, default: None
        The name of the config file to save.
        If `None`, use `'pluginName.config'` in the plugin home folder.
    verbose : bool, default: False

        - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
        - If `False`, do not print anything.

    Raises
    ------
    subprocess.CalledProcessError
        If one of the processes exited with a non-zero exit code.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.save_config('/tmp/arpDecode.config')
    """
    if not outfile and self.config_file:
        outfile = self.config_file
    self.generate_config(outfile, verbose=verbose)
    for flag, value in self.changes.items():
        T2Utils.set_config(self.name, flag, value, outfile=outfile, verbose=verbose)
def set_default(self, name: Union[str, List[str]] = None)

Reset flags to their default value.

Parameters

name : str or list of str, default: None

name can be:

  • a single flag, e.g., 'MY_FLAG'.
  • a list of flags, e.g., ['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2'].
  • None to reset all flags.

Raises

NameError
If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

See Also

T2Plugin.apply_changes()
Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
T2Plugin.reset()
Alias for T2Plugin.set_default()

Notes

T2Plugin.apply_changes() must be called later to apply the changes.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.set_default('MAX_IP')
>>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
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def set_default(
        self,
        name: Union[str, List[str]] = None
):
    """Reset flags to their default value.

    Parameters
    ----------
    name : str or list of str, default: None
        `name` can be:

        - a single flag, e.g., `'MY_FLAG'`.
        - a list of flags, e.g., `['MY_FLAG1', 'MY_FLAG2']`.
        - `None` to reset all flags.

    Raises
    ------
    NameError
        If a flag does not exist for this plugin.

    See Also
    --------
    T2Plugin.apply_changes : Apply the current modifications to the plugin.
    T2Plugin.reset : Alias for `T2Plugin.set_default()`

    Notes
    -----
    `T2Plugin.apply_changes()` must be called later to apply the changes.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.set_default('MAX_IP')
    >>> arpDecode.apply_changes()
    """
    self.reset(name)
def status(self)

Print the current configuration status of the plugin.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
>>> arpDecode.status()
1 change pending:
    MAX_IP = 5
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def status(self):
    """Print the current configuration status of the plugin.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.MAX_IP = 5
    >>> arpDecode.status()
    1 change pending:
        MAX_IP = 5
    """
    pending_changes = len(self.changes)
    if pending_changes == 0:
        print('No changes pending')
    else:
        print(f'{pending_changes} change{"s" if pending_changes > 1 else ""} pending:')
    for name, value in sorted(self.changes.items()):
        print(f'    {name} = {value}')
def unload(self, plugin_folder: str = None, verbose: bool = False)

Remove (unload) the plugin from the plugin folder.

Parameters

plugin_folder : str, default: None
The plugin folder from where the plugin must be unloaded. If None, use the default plugin folder ('$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins').
verbose : bool, default: False
  • If True, print the output (stdout and stderr) of the command.
  • If False, do not print anything.

Raises

subprocess.CalledProcessError
If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

Examples

>>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
>>> arpDecode.unload()
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def unload(
        self,
        plugin_folder: str = None,
        verbose: bool = False
):
    """Remove (unload) the plugin from the plugin folder.

    Parameters
    ----------
    plugin_folder : str, default: None
        The plugin folder from where the plugin must be unloaded.
        If `None`, use the default plugin folder (`'$HOME/.tranalyzer/plugins'`).
    verbose : bool, default: False

        - If `True`, print the output (`stdout` and `stderr`) of the command.
        - If `False`, do not print anything.

    Raises
    ------
    subprocess.CalledProcessError
        If the process exited with a non-zero exit code.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> arpDecode = T2Plugin('arpDecode')
    >>> arpDecode.unload()
    """
    T2Utils.unload(self.name, plugin_folder, verbose=verbose)