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Source code for dxtbx.serialize.dump

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import json
import re
import textwrap
import warnings

from dxtbx.datablock import DataBlockDumper
from dxtbx.serialize.imageset import imageset_to_dict

[docs]def compact_simple_list(match): """Callback function. Given a simple list match, compact it and ensure that it wraps around by 80 characters. Params: match The regular expression match Returns: The string to replace the expression with """ # Calculate the initial indent as the length of the first match group initial_indent = len( # Get the lines in the match lines = # Set the indent by finding the indent of the first lines if len(lines) > 1: subsequent_indent = len(lines[1]) - len(lines[1].lstrip()) else: subsequent_indent = 0 # Strip whitespace from the lines lines = [l.strip() for l in lines] # Create and return the string wrapped about 80 chars list_string = "\n".join( textwrap.wrap( " ".join(lines), 80, initial_indent=" " * initial_indent, subsequent_indent=" " * subsequent_indent, ) ).lstrip() # Return the string return + list_string
[docs]def compact_simple_lists(string): """Find simple lists in the string and compact. Params: string The input JSON string Returns: The output JSON string """ return re.sub(r'(.*"\w+".*:.*)(\[[^\{\}\[\]]*\])', compact_simple_list, string)
[docs]def imageset_to_string(obj, compact=False): """Dump the given object to string. Params: obj The imageset compact Write in compact representation Returns: The JSON string """ if compact: return json.dumps( imageset_to_dict(obj), separators=(",", ":"), ensure_ascii=True ) else: return json.dumps(imageset_to_dict(obj), indent=2, ensure_ascii=True)
[docs]def imageset(obj, outfile, compact=False): """Dump the given object to file. Params: obj The imageset to dump outfile The output file name or file object compact Write in compact representation """ # If the input is a string then open and write to that file if isinstance(outfile, str): with open(outfile, "wb") as outfile: outfile.write(imageset_to_string(obj, compact).encode()) # Otherwise assume the input is a file and write to it else: outfile.write(imageset_to_string(obj, compact).encode())
[docs]def datablock(obj, outfile, **kwargs): """Dump the given object to file.""" dump = DataBlockDumper(obj) dump.as_file(outfile, **kwargs)
[docs]def experiment_list(obj, outfile): """Dump an experiment list.""" warnings.warn( "use .as_file() on the experimentlist directly", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2, ) obj.as_file(outfile)