Source code for safe.postprocessors.postprocessor_factory

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""**Postprocessors package.**

.. tip::
   import like this from safe.postprocessors import get_post_processors and
   then call get_post_processors(requested_postprocessors)

from safe_extras.parameters.boolean_parameter import BooleanParameter
from safe_extras.parameters.group_parameter import GroupParameter

__author__ = 'Marco Bernasocchi <[email protected]>'
__revision__ = '$Format:%H$'
__date__ = '10/10/2012'
__license__ = "GPL"
__copyright__ = 'Copyright 2012, Australia Indonesia Facility for '
__copyright__ += 'Disaster Reduction'

import logging

# pylint: disable=unused-import
from gender_postprocessor import GenderPostprocessor
from age_postprocessor import AgePostprocessor
from aggregation_postprocessor import AggregationPostprocessor
from building_type_postprocessor import BuildingTypePostprocessor
from road_type_postprocessor import RoadTypePostprocessor
from aggregation_categorical_postprocessor import \
from minimum_needs_postprocessor import MinimumNeedsPostprocessor
from safe.utilities.i18n import tr
# pylint: enable=unused-import

LOGGER = logging.getLogger('InaSAFE')
# this _must_reflect the imported classes above
# please put the value of this dictionary in
# safe/common/ for the run time translation
    'Gender': 'Gender',
    'Age': 'Age',
    'Aggregation': 'Aggregation',
    'BuildingType': 'Building type',
    'RoadType': 'Road type',
    'AggregationCategorical': 'Aggregation categorical',
    'MinimumNeeds': 'Minimum needs'}

[docs]def get_postprocessors(requested_postprocessors): """ Creates a dictionary of applicable postprocessor instances :param requested_postprocessors: The postprocessors to return e.g. :: { 'Gender': [BooleanParameter], 'Age': [BooleanParameter, FloatParameter ....] } with 'PostprocessorName': [BooleanParameter] being the minimum needed to activate a postprocessor. If asked for unimplemented postprocessors, the factory will just skip it returning the valid ones :type requested_postprocessors: dict e.g. name:[list_elements] :returns: Dict of postprocessors instances e.g.:: {'Gender': GenderPostprocessors instance} :rtype: dict """ postprocessor_instances = {} if requested_postprocessors is None or requested_postprocessors == {}: return postprocessor_instances for name, values in requested_postprocessors.iteritems(): constructor_class_name = name + 'Postprocessor' try: if check_postprocessor_enabled(values): if name in AVAILABLE_POSTPTOCESSORS.keys(): # constructor = globals()[constructor_class_name] instance = constructor() postprocessor_instances[name] = instance else: LOGGER.debug( constructor_class_name + ' is not a valid ' 'Postprocessor, skipping it') else: LOGGER.debug( constructor_class_name + ' user disabled, skipping it') except KeyError: LOGGER.debug( constructor_class_name + ' has no "on" key, skipping it') return postprocessor_instances
[docs]def check_postprocessor_enabled(parameters): """Returns true if postprocessor is enabled by users :param parameters: postprocessor parameters :return: """ # it may contain a list if isinstance(parameters, list): postprocessor = parameters[0] else: postprocessor = parameters if isinstance(postprocessor, BooleanParameter): return postprocessor.value elif isinstance(postprocessor, GroupParameter): return postprocessor.enable_parameter else: return False
[docs]def get_postprocessor_human_name(postprocessor): """Returns the human readable name of post processor :param postprocessor: Machine name of the postprocessor :type postprocessor: :returns: The human readable name :rtype: str """ # Sunni : translete it first human_name_translated = tr(AVAILABLE_POSTPTOCESSORS[postprocessor]) return human_name_translated