Source code for pika.adapters.asyncore_connection

"""Use pika with the stdlib asyncore module"""
import asyncore
import logging
import time

from pika.adapters import base_connection

LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class PikaDispatcher(asyncore.dispatcher): # Use epoll's constants to keep life easy READ = 0x0001 WRITE = 0x0004 ERROR = 0x0008 def __init__(self, sock=None, map=None, event_callback=None): # Is an old style class... asyncore.dispatcher.__init__(self, sock, map) self._timeouts = dict() self._event_callback = event_callback = self.READ | self.WRITE
[docs] def add_timeout(self, deadline, handler): """Add a timeout with with given deadline, should return a timeout id. :param int deadline: The number of seconds to wait until calling handler :param method handler: The method to call at deadline :rtype: str """ value = time.time() + deadline LOGGER.debug('Will call %r on or after %i', handler, value) timeout_id = '%.8f' % value self._timeouts[timeout_id] = {'timestamp': value, 'handler': handler} return timeout_id
[docs] def readable(self): return bool( & self.READ)
[docs] def writable(self): return bool( & self.WRITE)
[docs] def handle_read(self): self._event_callback(self.socket, self.READ)
[docs] def handle_write(self): self._event_callback(self.socket, self.WRITE, None, True)
[docs] def process_timeouts(self): """Process the self._timeouts event stack""" start_time = time.time() for timeout_id in self._timeouts.keys(): if self._timeouts[timeout_id]['timestamp'] <= start_time: handler = self._timeouts[timeout_id]['handler'] del self._timeouts[timeout_id] handler()
[docs] def remove_timeout(self, timeout_id): """Remove a timeout if it's still in the timeout stack :param str timeout_id: The timeout id to remove """ if timeout_id in self._timeouts: del self._timeouts[timeout_id]
[docs] def start(self): LOGGER.debug('Starting IOLoop') asyncore.loop()
[docs] def stop(self): LOGGER.debug('Stopping IOLoop') self.close()
[docs] def update_handler(self, fileno_unused, events): """Set the events to the current events :param int fileno_unused: The file descriptor :param int events: The event mask """ = events
[docs]class AsyncoreConnection(base_connection.BaseConnection):
[docs] def _adapter_connect(self): """Connect to our RabbitMQ broker using AsyncoreDispatcher, then setting Pika's suggested buffer size for socket reading and writing. We pass the handle to self so that the AsyncoreDispatcher object can call back into our various state methods. """ super(AsyncoreConnection, self)._adapter_connect() self.socket = PikaDispatcher(self.socket, None, self._handle_events) self.ioloop = self.socket self._on_connected()

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