Source code for turses.models

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

This module contains the data structures that power ``turses`` and
the Twitter entities represented into it.

import time
from bisect import insort
from calendar import timegm

    from functools import total_ordering
except ImportError:
    from turses.utils import total_ordering

from turses.meta import (ActiveList, UnsortedActiveList, Updatable, Observable,
from turses.utils import prepend_at, sanitize_username, is_hashtag

STATUS_URL_TEMPLATE = '!/{user}/status/{id}'

def is_DM(status):
    return status.__class__ == DirectMessage

def is_valid_status_text(text):
    """Checks the validity of a status text."""
    return text and len(text) <= TWEET_MAXIMUM_CHARACTERS

def is_valid_search_text(text):
    """Checks the validity of a search text."""
    return bool(text)

def timestamp_from_datetime(datetime):
    return timegm(datetime.utctimetuple())

# -- Model --------------------------------------------------------------------

[docs]class TimelineList(UnsortedActiveList, Observable): """ A list of :class:`~turses.models.Timeline` instances that implements the :class:`~turses.meta.UnsortedActiveList` interface, thus having an *active* element and a group of adjacent *visible* timelines. """ def __init__(self): UnsortedActiveList.__init__(self) Observable.__init__(self) self.timelines = [] self.visible = [] def has_timelines(self): return self.active_index != self.NULL_INDEX and self.timelines @property def active_status(self): if self.has_timelines(): active_timeline = return @notify def append_timeline(self, timeline): """Appends a new `Timeline` to the end of the list.""" if self.active_index == self.NULL_INDEX: # `timeline` becomes the active and the only visible self.active_index = 0 self.visible = [0] self.timelines.append(timeline) self._mark_read() return self.timelines.append(timeline) @notify def delete_active_timeline(self): """Delete the active timeline (if any).""" if not self.has_timelines(): return # delete timeline old_index = self.active_index del self.timelines[old_index] # recalculate visible indexes if len(self.visible) > 1: old_index_in_visible = self.visible.index(old_index) left_indexes = self.visible[:old_index_in_visible] right_indexes = self.visible[old_index_in_visible + 1:] # decrement those that are in the right of the deleted one self.visible = left_indexes + [index - 1 for index in right_indexes if index] elif len(self.visible) == 1: visible_index = self.visible[0] if not self.is_valid_index(visible_index): self.visible = [visible_index - 1] if not self.is_valid_index(self.active_index): # Shift cursor to left when we don't have any element # in the right. When deleting the last timeline in the # list, the `active_index` becomes -1 (NULL_INDEX). self.active_index -= 1 @notify def update_active_timeline(self): if self.has_timelines(): @property def visible_timelines(self): return [self.timelines[i] for i in self.visible] @property def active_index_relative_to_visible(self): return self.visible.index(self.timelines.index( def _set_active_as_visible(self): if self.active_index not in self.visible: self.visible = [self.active_index] @notify def expand_visible_previous(self): if not self.visible: return self.visible.sort() lowest = self.visible[0] previous = lowest - 1 if self.is_valid_index(previous): self.visible.insert(0, previous) @notify def expand_visible_next(self): if not self.visible: return self.visible.sort() highest = self.visible[-1] next = highest + 1 if self.is_valid_index(next): self.visible.append(next) @notify def shrink_visible_beggining(self): self.visible.sort() try: first = self.visible.pop(0) # if the active is the first one does not change if first == self.active_index: self.visible.insert(0, first) except IndexError: pass @notify def shrink_visible_end(self): self.visible.sort() try: last = self.visible.pop() # if the active is the last one does not change if last == self.active_index: self.visible.append(last) except IndexError: pass # magic def __iter__(self): return self.timelines.__iter__() def __len__(self): return len(self.timelines) def __getitem__(self, key): return self.timelines[key] # from `UnsortedActiveList` @property def active(self): if self.has_timelines(): return self.timelines[self.active_index] def is_valid_index(self, index): return index >= 0 and index < len(self.timelines) @notify def activate_previous(self): UnsortedActiveList.activate_previous(self) self._mark_read() self._set_active_as_visible() @notify def activate_next(self): UnsortedActiveList.activate_next(self) self._mark_read() self._set_active_as_visible() @notify def activate_first(self): UnsortedActiveList.activate_first(self) self._mark_read() self._set_active_as_visible() @notify def activate_last(self): if self.has_timelines(): last_index = len(self.timelines) - 1 self.active_index = last_index self._mark_read() self._set_active_as_visible() def _swap_timelines(self, one, other): """ Given the indexes of two timelines `one` and `other`, it swaps the `Timeline` objects contained in those positions. """ if self.is_valid_index(one) and self.is_valid_index(other): self.timelines[one], self.timelines[other] = \ self.timelines[other], self.timelines[one] def _mark_read(self): if self.has_timelines(): active_timeline = active_timeline.mark_active_as_read() @notify def shift_active_previous(self): active_index = self.active_index previous_index = active_index - 1 if self.is_valid_index(previous_index): self._swap_timelines(previous_index, active_index) self.active_index = previous_index self._set_active_as_visible() @notify def shift_active_next(self): active_index = self.active_index next_index = active_index + 1 if self.is_valid_index(next_index): self._swap_timelines(active_index, next_index) self.active_index = next_index self._set_active_as_visible() @notify def shift_active_beggining(self): if self.has_timelines(): first_index = 0 active_timeline = self.timelines.insert(first_index, active_timeline) del self.timelines[self.active_index + 1] self.active_index = first_index self._set_active_as_visible() @notify def shift_active_end(self): if self.has_timelines(): last_index = len(self.timelines) active_timeline = self.timelines.insert(last_index, active_timeline) self.delete_active_timeline() self.active_index = last_index - 1 self._set_active_as_visible() # -- Twitter entities ---------------------------------------------------------
[docs]class Timeline(ActiveList, Updatable): """ List of Twitter statuses ordered reversely by date, optionally with a name and a function that updates the current timeline and its arguments. Its :class:`~turses.meta.Updatable` and implements the :class:`~turses.meta.ActiveList` interface. """ def __init__(self, name='', statuses=None, **kwargs): ActiveList.__init__(self) Updatable.__init__(self, **kwargs) = name self.statuses = [] if statuses: self.add_statuses(statuses) self.activate_first() self.mark_active_as_read() def add_status(self, new_status): """ Adds the given status to the status list of the Timeline if it's not already in it. """ if new_status in self.statuses: return if self.active_index == self.NULL_INDEX: self.active_index = 0 # keep the same tweet as the active when inserting statuses active = is_more_recent_status = lambda a, b: a.created_at < b.created_at if active and is_more_recent_status(active, new_status): self.activate_next() insort(self.statuses, new_status) def add_statuses(self, new_statuses): """ Adds the given new statuses to the status list of the Timeline if they are not already in it. """ if not new_statuses: return for status in new_statuses: self.add_status(status) def clear(self): """Clears the Timeline.""" self.active_index = self.NULL_INDEX self.statuses = [] @property def unread_count(self): def one_if_unread(tweet): if hasattr(tweet, 'read') and return 0 return 1 return sum([one_if_unread(tweet) for tweet in self.statuses]) def mark_active_as_read(self): """Set active status' `read` attribute to `True`.""" if = True def mark_all_as_read(self): for status in self.statuses: = True # magic def __len__(self): return len(self.statuses) def __iter__(self): return self.statuses.__iter__() def __getitem__(self, key): return self.statuses[key] # from `ActiveList` @property def active(self): if self.statuses and self.is_valid_index(self.active_index): return self.statuses[self.active_index] def is_valid_index(self, index): if self.statuses: return index >= 0 and index < len(self.statuses) else: self.active_index = self.NULL_INDEX return False def activate_previous(self): ActiveList.activate_previous(self) self.mark_active_as_read() def activate_next(self): ActiveList.activate_next(self) self.mark_active_as_read() def activate_first(self): ActiveList.activate_first(self) self.mark_active_as_read() def activate_last(self): if self.statuses: self.active_index = len(self.statuses) - 1 self.mark_active_as_read() else: self.active_index = self.NULL_INDEX # from `Updatable` def update_callback(self, result): self.add_statuses(result)
[docs]class User(object): """ A Twitter user. """ def __init__(self, id, name, screen_name, description, url, created_at, friends_count, followers_count, favorites_count, status=None): = id = name self.screen_name = screen_name self.description = description self.url = url self.created_at = created_at self.friends_count = friends_count self.followers_count = followers_count self.favorites_count = favorites_count self.status = status
[docs]class Status(object): """ A Twitter status. """ def __init__(self, id, created_at, user, text, author='', entities=None, # reply is_reply=False, in_reply_to_user='', in_reply_to_status_id=None, # retweet is_retweet=False, retweeted_status=None, retweet_count=0, # favorite is_favorite=False,): = id self.created_at = created_at self.user = user self.text = text self.is_reply = is_reply self.is_retweet = is_retweet self.is_favorite = is_favorite self.retweet_count = retweet_count self.retweeted_status = retweeted_status = author self.entities = {} if entities is None else entities @property def relative_created_at(self): """Return a human readable string representing the posting time.""" # This code is borrowed from `python-twitter` library fudge = 1.25 delta = long(time.time()) - timestamp_from_datetime(self.created_at) if delta < (1 * fudge): return "a second ago" elif delta < (60 * (1 / fudge)): return "%d seconds ago" % (delta) elif delta < (60 * fudge): return "a minute ago" elif delta < (60 * 60 * (1 / fudge)): return "%d minutes ago" % (delta / 60) elif delta < (60 * 60 * fudge) or delta / (60 * 60) == 1: return "an hour ago" elif delta < (60 * 60 * 24 * (1 / fudge)): return "%d hours ago" % (delta / (60 * 60)) elif delta < (60 * 60 * 24 * fudge) or delta / (60 * 60 * 24) == 1: return "a day ago" else: return "%d days ago" % (delta / (60 * 60 * 24)) @property def url(self): return STATUS_URL_TEMPLATE.format(user=self.user, @property def mentioned_for_reply(self): """ Return a list containing the author of `status` and all the mentioned usernames prepended with '@'. """ author = self.authors_username mentioned = self.mentioned_usernames mentioned.insert(0, author) # avoid repetitions mentioned = list(set(mentioned)) return [prepend_at(username) for username in mentioned] @property def authors_username(self): """Return the original author's username of the given status.""" if is_DM(self): return self.sender_screen_name elif self.is_retweet: return self.retweeted_status.authors_username else: return self.user @property def mentioned_usernames(self): """ Return mentioned usernames in `status` without '@'. """ # TODO: use self.entities if available usernames = [] for word in self.text.split(): if len(word) > 1 and word.startswith('@'): word.strip('@') usernames.append(sanitize_username(word)) return list(set(usernames)) @property def hashtags(self): """ Return a list of hashtags encountered in `status`. """ # TODO: use self.entities return filter(is_hashtag, self.text.split()) def dm_recipients_username(self, sender): """ Return the recipient for a Direct Message depending on what `self` is. If is a `turses.models.Status` and sender != `status.user` I will return `status.user`. If is a `turses.models.DirectMessage` I will return the username that is not `sender` looking at the DMs sender and recipient. Otherwise I return `None`. """ if is_DM(self): users = [self.sender_screen_name, self.recipient_screen_name] if sender in users: users.pop(users.index(sender)) return users.pop() elif self.user != sender: return self.user # magic def __eq__(self, other): return == def __lt__(self, other): # statuses are ordered reversely by date return self.created_at > other.created_at
[docs]class DirectMessage(Status): """ A Twitter direct message. """ def __init__(self, id, created_at, sender_screen_name, recipient_screen_name, text, entities=None): = id self.created_at = created_at self.sender_screen_name = sender_screen_name self.recipient_screen_name = recipient_screen_name self.text = text self.entities = entities @property def url(self): return None
[docs]class List(object): """ A Twitter list. """ def __init__(self, id, owner, created_at, name, slug, description, member_count, subscriber_count, private=False,): = id self.owner = owner self.created_at = created_at = name self.slug = slug self.description = description self.member_count = member_count self.subscriber_count = subscriber_count self.private = private
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