A collection of python libraries for the Validation Framework
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import logging
import yaml
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__ + ".Group")
class Group(object):
"""An object for encapsulating the groups of validation
The validations can be grouped together by specifying a ``groups``
metadata. These ``groups`` are referenced in a ``groups.yaml`` file on the
.. code-block:: yaml
- description: >-
Description of the group1
- description: >-
Description of the group2
- description: >-
Description of the group3
def __init__(self, groups):
self.data = self._get_content(groups)
def _get_content(self, groups):
with open(groups, 'r') as gp:
return yaml.safe_load(gp)
except IOError:
raise IOError("Group file not found")
def get_data(self):
"""Get the full content of the ``groups.yaml`` file
:return: The content of the ``groups.yaml`` file
:rtype: `dict`
>>> groups = "/foo/bar/groups.yaml"
>>> grp = Group(groups)
>>> print(grp.get_data)
{'group1': [{'description': 'Description of the group1'}],
'group2': [{'description': 'Description of the group2'}],
'group3': [{'description': 'Description of the group3'}]}
return self.data
def get_formated_group(self):
"""Get a formated content for output display
:rtype: `list` of `tuples`
>>> groups = "/foo/bar/groups.yaml"
>>> grp = Group(groups)
>>> print(grp.get_formated_group)
[('group1', 'Description of the group1'),
('group2', 'Description of the group2'),
('group3', 'Description of the group3')]
return [(gp_n, gp_d[0].get('description'))
for (gp_n, gp_d) in sorted(self.data.items())]
def get_groups_keys_list(self):
"""Get the list of the group name only
:return: The list of the group name
:rtype: `list`
>>> groups = "/foo/bar/groups.yaml"
>>> grp = Group(groups)
>>> print(grp.get_groups_keys_list)
['group1', 'group2', 'group3']
return [gp for gp in sorted(self.data.keys())]