Remove remaining deprecated oslo-incubator modules

Remove remaining reference to gettextutils and remove the module,
as it no longer exists in oslo-incubator.  Also remove timeutils
for the same reason, it's not referenced by any remaining code.

Closes-Bug: #1380629
Change-Id: Ie3ad3fe73fd5e73dd6ede0c375eb2077d95bda3f
Steven Hardy 9 years ago
parent 0e93da5dee
commit 9fffbd8709

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# Copyright 2012 Red Hat, Inc.
# Copyright 2013 IBM Corp.
# All Rights Reserved.
# 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.
gettext for openstack-common modules.
Usual usage in an openstack.common module:
from heatclient.openstack.common.gettextutils import _
import copy
import functools
import gettext
import locale
from logging import handlers
import os
from babel import localedata
import six
_localedir = os.environ.get('heatclient'.upper() + '_LOCALEDIR')
_t = gettext.translation('heatclient', 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('heatclient' + '-log-' + level,
for level in ['info', 'warning', 'error', 'critical']
USE_LAZY = False
def enable_lazy():
"""Convenience function for configuring _() to use lazy gettext
Call this at the start of execution to enable the gettextutils._
function to use lazy gettext functionality. This is useful if
your project is importing _ directly instead of using the
gettextutils.install() way of importing the _ function.
global USE_LAZY
def _(msg):
return Message(msg, domain='heatclient')
if six.PY3:
return _t.gettext(msg)
return _t.ugettext(msg)
def _log_translation(msg, level):
"""Build a single translation of a log message
return Message(msg, domain='heatclient' + '-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.
Given a translation domain, install a _() function using gettext's
install() function.
The main difference from gettext.install() is that we allow
overriding the default localedir (e.g. /usr/share/locale) using
a translation-domain-specific environment variable (e.g.
:param domain: the translation domain
:param lazy: indicates whether or not to install the lazy _() function.
The lazy _() introduces a way to do deferred translation
of messages by installing a _ that builds Message objects,
instead of strings, which can then be lazily translated into
any available locale.
if lazy:
# NOTE(mrodden): Lazy gettext functionality.
# The following introduces a deferred way to do translations on
# messages in OpenStack. We override the standard _() function
# and % (format string) operation to build Message objects that can
# later be translated when we have more information.
def _lazy_gettext(msg):
"""Create and return a Message object.
Lazy gettext function for a given domain, it is a factory method
for a project/module to get a lazy gettext function for its own
translation domain (i.e. nova, glance, cinder, etc.)
Message encapsulates a string so that we can translate
it later when needed.
return Message(msg, domain=domain)
from six import moves
moves.builtins.__dict__['_'] = _lazy_gettext
localedir = '%s_LOCALEDIR' % domain.upper()
if six.PY3:
class Message(six.text_type):
"""A Message object is a unicode object that can be translated.
Translation of Message is done explicitly using the translate() method.
For all non-translation intents and purposes, a Message is simply unicode,
and can be treated as such.
def __new__(cls, msgid, msgtext=None, params=None,
domain='heatclient', *args):
"""Create a new Message object.
In order for translation to work gettext requires a message ID, this
msgid will be used as the base unicode text. It is also possible
for the msgid and the base unicode text to be different by passing
the msgtext parameter.
# If the base msgtext is not given, we use the default translation
# of the msgid (which is in English) just in case the system locale is
# not English, so that the base text will be in that locale by default.
if not msgtext:
msgtext = Message._translate_msgid(msgid, domain)
# We want to initialize the parent unicode with the actual object that
# would have been plain unicode if 'Message' was not enabled.
msg = super(Message, cls).__new__(cls, msgtext)
msg.msgid = msgid
msg.domain = domain
msg.params = params
return msg
def translate(self, desired_locale=None):
"""Translate this message to the desired locale.
:param desired_locale: The desired locale to translate the message to,
if no locale is provided the message will be
translated to the system's default locale.
:returns: the translated message in unicode
translated_message = Message._translate_msgid(self.msgid,
if self.params is None:
# No need for more translation
return translated_message
# This Message object may have been formatted with one or more
# Message objects as substitution arguments, given either as a single
# argument, part of a tuple, or as one or more values in a dictionary.
# When translating this Message we need to translate those Messages too
translated_params = _translate_args(self.params, desired_locale)
translated_message = translated_message % translated_params
return translated_message
def _translate_msgid(msgid, domain, desired_locale=None):
if not desired_locale:
system_locale = locale.getdefaultlocale()
# If the system locale is not available to the runtime use English
if not system_locale[0]:
desired_locale = 'en_US'
desired_locale = system_locale[0]
locale_dir = os.environ.get(domain.upper() + '_LOCALEDIR')
lang = gettext.translation(domain,
if six.PY3:
translator = lang.gettext
translator = lang.ugettext
translated_message = translator(msgid)
return translated_message
def __mod__(self, other):
# When we mod a Message we want the actual operation to be performed
# by the parent class (i.e. unicode()), the only thing we do here is
# save the original msgid and the parameters in case of a translation
params = self._sanitize_mod_params(other)
unicode_mod = super(Message, self).__mod__(params)
modded = Message(self.msgid,
return modded
def _sanitize_mod_params(self, other):
"""Sanitize the object being modded with this Message.
- Add support for modding 'None' so translation supports it
- Trim the modded object, which can be a large dictionary, to only
those keys that would actually be used in a translation
- Snapshot the object being modded, in case the message is
translated, it will be used as it was when the Message was created
if other is None:
params = (other,)
elif isinstance(other, dict):
# Merge the dictionaries
# Copy each item in case one does not support deep copy.
params = {}
if isinstance(self.params, dict):
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 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)
def __add__(self, other):
msg = _('Message objects do not support addition.')
raise TypeError(msg)
def __radd__(self, other):
return self.__add__(other)
def __str__(self):
# NOTE(luisg): Logging in python 2.6 tries to str() log records,
# and it expects specifically a UnicodeError in order to proceed.
msg = _('Message objects do not support str() because they may '
'contain non-ascii characters. '
'Please use unicode() or translate() instead.')
raise UnicodeError(msg)
def get_available_languages(domain):
"""Lists the available languages for the given translation domain.
:param domain: the domain to get languages for
return copy.copy(_AVAILABLE_LANGUAGES[domain])
localedir = '%s_LOCALEDIR' % domain.upper()
find = lambda x: gettext.find(domain,
# NOTE(mrodden): en_US should always be available (and first in case
# order matters) since our in-line message strings are en_US
language_list = ['en_US']
# NOTE(luisg): Babel <1.0 used a function called list(), which was
# renamed to locale_identifiers() in >=1.0, the requirements master list
# requires >=0.9.6, uncapped, so defensively work with both. We can remove
# this check when the master list updates to >=1.0, and update all projects
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)
def translate(obj, desired_locale=None):
"""Gets the translated unicode representation of the given object.
If the object is not translatable it is returned as-is.
If the locale is None the object is translated to the system locale.
:param obj: the object to translate
:param desired_locale: the locale to translate the message to, if None the
default system locale will be used
:returns: the translated object in unicode, or the original object if
it could not be translated
message = obj
if not isinstance(message, Message):
# If the object to translate is not already translatable,
# let's first get its unicode representation
message = six.text_type(obj)
if isinstance(message, Message):
# Even after unicoding() we still need to check if we are
# running with translatable unicode before translating
return message.translate(desired_locale)
return obj
def _translate_args(args, desired_locale=None):
"""Translates all the translatable elements of the given arguments object.
This method is used for translating the translatable values in method
arguments which include values of tuples or dictionaries.
If the object is not a tuple or a dictionary the object itself is
translated if it is translatable.
If the locale is None the object is translated to the system locale.
:param args: the args to translate
:param desired_locale: the locale to translate the args to, if None the
default system locale will be used
:returns: a new args object with the translated contents of the original
if isinstance(args, tuple):
return tuple(translate(v, desired_locale) for v in args)
if isinstance(args, dict):
translated_dict = {}
for (k, v) in six.iteritems(args):
translated_v = translate(v, desired_locale)
translated_dict[k] = translated_v
return translated_dict
return translate(args, desired_locale)
class TranslationHandler(handlers.MemoryHandler):
"""Handler that translates records before logging them.
The TranslationHandler takes a locale and a target logging.Handler object
to forward LogRecord objects to after translating them. This handler
depends on Message objects being logged, instead of regular strings.
The handler can be configured declaratively in the logging.conf as follows:
keys = translatedlog, translator
class = handlers.WatchedFileHandler
args = ('/var/log/api-localized.log',)
formatter = context
class = openstack.common.log.TranslationHandler
target = translatedlog
args = ('zh_CN',)
If the specified locale is not available in the system, the handler will
log in the default locale.
def __init__(self, locale=None, target=None):
"""Initialize a TranslationHandler
:param locale: locale to use for translating messages
:param target: logging.Handler object to forward
LogRecord objects to after translation
# NOTE(luisg): In order to allow this handler to be a wrapper for
# other handlers, such as a FileHandler, and still be able to
# configure it using logging.conf, this handler has to extend
# MemoryHandler because only the MemoryHandlers' logging.conf
# parsing is implemented such that it accepts a target handler.
handlers.MemoryHandler.__init__(self, capacity=0, target=target)
self.locale = locale
def setFormatter(self, fmt):
def emit(self, record):
# We save the message from the original record to restore it
# after translation, so other handlers are not affected by this
original_msg = record.msg
original_args = record.args
record.msg = original_msg
record.args = original_args
def _translate_and_log_record(self, record):
record.msg = translate(record.msg, self.locale)
# In addition to translating the message, we also need to translate
# arguments that were passed to the log method that were not part
# of the main message e.g.,'Some message %s'), this_one))
record.args = _translate_args(record.args, self.locale)

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# Copyright 2011 OpenStack Foundation.
# All Rights Reserved.
# 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.
Time related utilities and helper functions.
import calendar
import datetime
import time
import iso8601
import six
# ISO 8601 extended time format with microseconds
_ISO8601_TIME_FORMAT_SUBSECOND = '%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%f'
_ISO8601_TIME_FORMAT = '%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S'
def isotime(at=None, subsecond=False):
"""Stringify time in ISO 8601 format."""
if not at:
at = utcnow()
st = at.strftime(_ISO8601_TIME_FORMAT
if not subsecond
tz = at.tzinfo.tzname(None) if at.tzinfo else 'UTC'
st += ('Z' if tz == 'UTC' else tz)
return st
def parse_isotime(timestr):
"""Parse time from ISO 8601 format."""
return iso8601.parse_date(timestr)
except iso8601.ParseError as e:
raise ValueError(six.text_type(e))
except TypeError as e:
raise ValueError(six.text_type(e))
def strtime(at=None, fmt=PERFECT_TIME_FORMAT):
"""Returns formatted utcnow."""
if not at:
at = utcnow()
return at.strftime(fmt)
def parse_strtime(timestr, fmt=PERFECT_TIME_FORMAT):
"""Turn a formatted time back into a datetime."""
return datetime.datetime.strptime(timestr, fmt)
def normalize_time(timestamp):
"""Normalize time in arbitrary timezone to UTC naive object."""
offset = timestamp.utcoffset()
if offset is None:
return timestamp
return timestamp.replace(tzinfo=None) - offset
def is_older_than(before, seconds):
"""Return True if before is older than seconds."""
if isinstance(before, six.string_types):
before = parse_strtime(before).replace(tzinfo=None)
return utcnow() - before > datetime.timedelta(seconds=seconds)
def is_newer_than(after, seconds):
"""Return True if after is newer than seconds."""
if isinstance(after, six.string_types):
after = parse_strtime(after).replace(tzinfo=None)
return after - utcnow() > datetime.timedelta(seconds=seconds)
def utcnow_ts():
"""Timestamp version of our utcnow function."""
if utcnow.override_time is None:
# NOTE(kgriffs): This is several times faster
# than going through calendar.timegm(...)
return int(time.time())
return calendar.timegm(utcnow().timetuple())
def utcnow():
"""Overridable version of utils.utcnow."""
if utcnow.override_time:
return utcnow.override_time.pop(0)
except AttributeError:
return utcnow.override_time
return datetime.datetime.utcnow()
def iso8601_from_timestamp(timestamp):
"""Returns a iso8601 formated date from timestamp."""
return isotime(datetime.datetime.utcfromtimestamp(timestamp))
utcnow.override_time = None
def set_time_override(override_time=None):
"""Overrides utils.utcnow.
Make it return a constant time or a list thereof, one at a time.
:param override_time: datetime instance or list thereof. If not
given, defaults to the current UTC time.
utcnow.override_time = override_time or datetime.datetime.utcnow()
def advance_time_delta(timedelta):
"""Advance overridden time using a datetime.timedelta."""
assert(not utcnow.override_time is None)
for dt in utcnow.override_time:
dt += timedelta
except TypeError:
utcnow.override_time += timedelta
def advance_time_seconds(seconds):
"""Advance overridden time by seconds."""
advance_time_delta(datetime.timedelta(0, seconds))
def clear_time_override():
"""Remove the overridden time."""
utcnow.override_time = None
def marshall_now(now=None):
"""Make an rpc-safe datetime with microseconds.
Note: tzinfo is stripped, but not required for relative times.
if not now:
now = utcnow()
return dict(, month=now.month, year=now.year, hour=now.hour,
minute=now.minute, second=now.second,
def unmarshall_time(tyme):
"""Unmarshall a datetime dict."""
return datetime.datetime(day=tyme['day'],
def delta_seconds(before, after):
"""Return the difference between two timing objects.
Compute the difference in seconds between two date, time, or
datetime objects (as a float, to microsecond resolution).
delta = after - before
return total_seconds(delta)
def total_seconds(delta):
"""Return the total seconds of datetime.timedelta object.
Compute total seconds of datetime.timedelta, datetime.timedelta
doesn't have method total_seconds in Python2.6, calculate it manually.
return delta.total_seconds()
except AttributeError:
return ((delta.days * 24 * 3600) + delta.seconds +
float(delta.microseconds) / (10 ** 6))
def is_soon(dt, window):
"""Determines if time is going to happen in the next window seconds.
:params dt: the time
:params window: minimum seconds to remain to consider the time not soon
:return: True if expiration is within the given duration
soon = (utcnow() + datetime.timedelta(seconds=window))
return normalize_time(dt) <= soon

@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ import heatclient
from heatclient import client as heat_client
from heatclient.common import utils
from heatclient import exc
from heatclient.openstack.common.gettextutils import _ # noqa
from heatclient.openstack.common._i18n import _ # noqa
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
osprofiler_profiler = importutils.try_import("osprofiler.profiler")