Sync excutils from oslo

In order to fix undesired error logs in Neutron (bug 1288188)
fixed save_and_reraise_exception() should be synced from oslo.
Oslo commit: 33a2cee6a690ecfdb2cecfe8f01b0b1dacb5bd17

Also sync gettextutils module as excutils depends on it
Latest commit in oslo: fd33d1eaa039913d8c82b94c511a3eab0c3d5789

Closes-Bug: #1294537
Related-Bug: #1288188
Change-Id: I62ab3e4e22aa000f3a8d1be26ef9e1cfb1714959
Oleg Bondarev 9 years ago
parent e75f4854a6
commit 98fc828801

@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import six
six.add_move(six.MovedModule('mox', 'mox', 'mox3.mox'))

@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ import traceback
import six
from neutron.openstack.common.gettextutils import _
from neutron.openstack.common.gettextutils import _LE
class save_and_reraise_exception(object):
@ -49,9 +49,22 @@ class save_and_reraise_exception(object):
if not should_be_reraised:
ctxt.reraise = False
If another exception occurs and reraise flag is False,
the saved exception will not be logged.
If the caller wants to raise new exception during exception handling
he/she sets reraise to False initially with an ability to set it back to
True if needed::
except Exception:
with save_and_reraise_exception(reraise=False) as ctxt:
[if statements to determine whether to raise a new exception]
# Not raising a new exception, so reraise
ctxt.reraise = True
def __init__(self):
self.reraise = True
def __init__(self, reraise=True):
self.reraise = reraise
def __enter__(self):
self.type_, self.value, self.tb, = sys.exc_info()
@ -59,10 +72,11 @@ class save_and_reraise_exception(object):
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb):
if exc_type is not None:
logging.error(_('Original exception being dropped: %s'),
if self.reraise:
logging.error(_LE('Original exception being dropped: %s'),
return False
if self.reraise:
six.reraise(self.type_, self.value, self.tb)
@ -88,8 +102,8 @@ def forever_retry_uncaught_exceptions(infunc):
if (cur_time - last_log_time > 60 or
this_exc_message != last_exc_message):
_('Unexpected exception occurred %d time(s)... '
'retrying.') % exc_count)
_LE('Unexpected exception occurred %d time(s)... '
'retrying.') % exc_count)
last_log_time = cur_time
last_exc_message = this_exc_message
exc_count = 0

@ -23,11 +23,11 @@ Usual usage in an openstack.common module:
import copy
import functools
import gettext
import locale
from logging import handlers
import os
import re
from babel import localedata
import six
@ -35,6 +35,17 @@ import six
_localedir = os.environ.get('neutron'.upper() + '_LOCALEDIR')
_t = gettext.translation('neutron', localedir=_localedir, fallback=True)
# We use separate translation catalogs for each log level, so set up a
# mapping between the log level name and the translator. The domain
# for the log level is project_name + "-log-" + log_level so messages
# for each level end up in their own catalog.
_t_log_levels = dict(
(level, gettext.translation('neutron' + '-log-' + level,
for level in ['info', 'warning', 'error', 'critical']
USE_LAZY = False
@ -60,6 +71,28 @@ def _(msg):
return _t.ugettext(msg)
def _log_translation(msg, level):
"""Build a single translation of a log message
return Message(msg, domain='neutron' + '-log-' + level)
translator = _t_log_levels[level]
if six.PY3:
return translator.gettext(msg)
return translator.ugettext(msg)
# Translators for log levels.
# The abbreviated names are meant to reflect the usual use of a short
# name like '_'. The "L" is for "log" and the other letter comes from
# the level.
_LI = functools.partial(_log_translation, level='info')
_LW = functools.partial(_log_translation, level='warning')
_LE = functools.partial(_log_translation, level='error')
_LC = functools.partial(_log_translation, level='critical')
def install(domain, lazy=False):
"""Install a _() function using the given translation domain.
@ -118,7 +151,8 @@ class Message(six.text_type):
and can be treated as such.
def __new__(cls, msgid, msgtext=None, params=None, domain='neutron', *args):
def __new__(cls, msgid, msgtext=None, params=None,
domain='neutron', *args):
"""Create a new Message object.
In order for translation to work gettext requires a message ID, this
@ -213,47 +247,22 @@ class Message(six.text_type):
if other is None:
params = (other,)
elif isinstance(other, dict):
params = self._trim_dictionary_parameters(other)
params = self._copy_param(other)
return params
def _trim_dictionary_parameters(self, dict_param):
"""Return a dict that only has matching entries in the msgid."""
# NOTE(luisg): Here we trim down the dictionary passed as parameters
# to avoid carrying a lot of unnecessary weight around in the message
# object, for example if someone passes in Message() % locals() but
# only some params are used, and additionally we prevent errors for
# non-deepcopyable objects by unicoding() them.
# Look for %(param) keys in msgid;
# Skip %% and deal with the case where % is first character on the line
keys = re.findall('(?:[^%]|^)?%\((\w*)\)[a-z]', self.msgid)
# If we don't find any %(param) keys but have a %s
if not keys and re.findall('(?:[^%]|^)%[a-z]', self.msgid):
# Apparently the full dictionary is the parameter
params = self._copy_param(dict_param)
# Merge the dictionaries
# Copy each item in case one does not support deep copy.
params = {}
# Save our existing parameters as defaults to protect
# ourselves from losing values if we are called through an
# (erroneous) chain that builds a valid Message with
# arguments, and then does something like "msg % kwds"
# where kwds is an empty dictionary.
src = {}
if isinstance(self.params, dict):
for key in keys:
params[key] = self._copy_param(src[key])
for key, val in self.params.items():
params[key] = self._copy_param(val)
for key, val in other.items():
params[key] = self._copy_param(val)
params = self._copy_param(other)
return params
def _copy_param(self, param):
return copy.deepcopy(param)
except TypeError:
except Exception:
# Fallback to casting to unicode this will handle the
# python code-like objects that can't be deep-copied
return six.text_type(param)
@ -297,9 +306,27 @@ def get_available_languages(domain):
list_identifiers = (getattr(localedata, 'list', None) or
getattr(localedata, 'locale_identifiers'))
locale_identifiers = list_identifiers()
for i in locale_identifiers:
if find(i) is not None:
# NOTE(luisg): Babel>=1.0,<1.3 has a bug where some OpenStack supported
# locales (e.g. 'zh_CN', and 'zh_TW') aren't supported even though they
# are perfectly legitimate locales:
# In Babel 1.3 they fixed the bug and they support these locales, but
# they are still not explicitly "listed" by locale_identifiers().
# That is why we add the locales here explicitly if necessary so that
# they are listed as supported.
aliases = {'zh': 'zh_CN',
'zh_Hant_HK': 'zh_HK',
'zh_Hant': 'zh_TW',
'fil': 'tl_PH'}
for (locale, alias) in six.iteritems(aliases):
if locale in language_list and alias not in language_list:
_AVAILABLE_LANGUAGES[domain] = language_list
return copy.copy(language_list)