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# Copyright (c) OpenMMLab. All rights reserved.
import ast
import copy
import difflib
import os
import os.path as osp
import platform
import shutil
import sys
import tempfile
import types
import uuid
import warnings
from argparse import Action, ArgumentParser, Namespace
from collections import OrderedDict, abc
from contextlib import contextmanager
from pathlib import Path
from typing import Any, Optional, Sequence, Tuple, Union

import yapf
from addict import Dict
from rich.console import Console
from rich.text import Text
from yapf.yapflib.yapf_api import FormatCode

from mmengine.fileio import dump, load
from mmengine.logging import print_log
from mmengine.utils import (check_file_exist, digit_version,
                            get_installed_path, import_modules_from_strings,
                            is_installed)
from .lazy import LazyAttr, LazyObject
from .utils import (ConfigParsingError, ImportTransformer, RemoveAssignFromAST,
                    _gather_abs_import_lazyobj, _get_external_cfg_base_path,
                    _get_external_cfg_path, _get_package_and_cfg_path,
                    _is_builtin_module)

BASE_KEY = '_base_'
DELETE_KEY = '_delete_'
DEPRECATION_KEY = '_deprecation_'
RESERVED_KEYS = ['filename', 'text', 'pretty_text', 'env_variables']

if platform.system() == 'Windows':
    import regex as re
else:
    import re  # type: ignore


def _lazy2string(cfg_dict, dict_type=None):
    if isinstance(cfg_dict, dict):
        dict_type = dict_type or type(cfg_dict)
        return dict_type(
            {k: _lazy2string(v, dict_type)
             for k, v in dict.items(cfg_dict)})
    elif isinstance(cfg_dict, (tuple, list)):
        return type(cfg_dict)(_lazy2string(v, dict_type) for v in cfg_dict)
    elif isinstance(cfg_dict, (LazyAttr, LazyObject)):
        return f'{cfg_dict.module}.{str(cfg_dict)}'
    else:
        return cfg_dict


[docs]class ConfigDict(Dict): """A dictionary for config which has the same interface as python's built- in dictionary and can be used as a normal dictionary. The Config class would transform the nested fields (dictionary-like fields) in config file into ``ConfigDict``. If the class attribute ``lazy`` is ``False``, users will get the object built by ``LazyObject`` or ``LazyAttr``, otherwise users will get the ``LazyObject`` or ``LazyAttr`` itself. The ``lazy`` should be set to ``True`` to avoid building the imported object during configuration parsing, and it should be set to False outside the Config to ensure that users do not experience the ``LazyObject``. """ lazy = False def __init__(__self, *args, **kwargs): object.__setattr__(__self, '__parent', kwargs.pop('__parent', None)) object.__setattr__(__self, '__key', kwargs.pop('__key', None)) object.__setattr__(__self, '__frozen', False) for arg in args: if not arg: continue # Since ConfigDict.items will convert LazyObject to real object # automatically, we need to call super().items() to make sure # the LazyObject will not be converted. if isinstance(arg, ConfigDict): for key, val in dict.items(arg): __self[key] = __self._hook(val) elif isinstance(arg, dict): for key, val in arg.items(): __self[key] = __self._hook(val) elif isinstance(arg, tuple) and (not isinstance(arg[0], tuple)): __self[arg[0]] = __self._hook(arg[1]) else: for key, val in iter(arg): __self[key] = __self._hook(val) for key, val in dict.items(kwargs): __self[key] = __self._hook(val) def __missing__(self, name): raise KeyError(name) def __getattr__(self, name): try: value = super().__getattr__(name) if isinstance(value, (LazyAttr, LazyObject)) and not self.lazy: value = value.build() except KeyError: raise AttributeError(f"'{self.__class__.__name__}' object has no " f"attribute '{name}'") except Exception as e: raise e else: return value @classmethod def _hook(cls, item): # avoid to convert user defined dict to ConfigDict. if type(item) in (dict, OrderedDict): return cls(item) elif isinstance(item, (list, tuple)): return type(item)(cls._hook(elem) for elem in item) return item def __setattr__(self, name, value): value = self._hook(value) return super().__setattr__(name, value) def __setitem__(self, name, value): value = self._hook(value) return super().__setitem__(name, value) def __getitem__(self, key): return self.build_lazy(super().__getitem__(key)) def __deepcopy__(self, memo): other = self.__class__() memo[id(self)] = other for key, value in super().items(): other[copy.deepcopy(key, memo)] = copy.deepcopy(value, memo) return other def __copy__(self): other = self.__class__() for key, value in super().items(): other[key] = value return other copy = __copy__ def __iter__(self): # Implement `__iter__` to overwrite the unpacking operator `**cfg_dict` # to get the built lazy object return iter(self.keys())
[docs] def get(self, key: str, default: Optional[Any] = None) -> Any: """Get the value of the key. If class attribute ``lazy`` is True, the LazyObject will be built and returned. Args: key (str): The key. default (any, optional): The default value. Defaults to None. Returns: Any: The value of the key. """ return self.build_lazy(super().get(key, default))
[docs] def pop(self, key, default=None): """Pop the value of the key. If class attribute ``lazy`` is True, the LazyObject will be built and returned. Args: key (str): The key. default (any, optional): The default value. Defaults to None. Returns: Any: The value of the key. """ return self.build_lazy(super().pop(key, default))
[docs] def update(self, *args, **kwargs) -> None: """Override this method to make sure the LazyObject will not be built during updating.""" other = {} if args: if len(args) > 1: raise TypeError('update only accept one positional argument') # Avoid to used self.items to build LazyObject for key, value in dict.items(args[0]): other[key] = value for key, value in dict(kwargs).items(): other[key] = value for k, v in other.items(): if ((k not in self) or (not isinstance(self[k], dict)) or (not isinstance(v, dict))): self[k] = self._hook(v) else: self[k].update(v)
[docs] def build_lazy(self, value: Any) -> Any: """If class attribute ``lazy`` is False, the LazyObject will be built and returned. Args: value (Any): The value to be built. Returns: Any: The built value. """ if isinstance(value, (LazyAttr, LazyObject)) and not self.lazy: value = value.build() return value
[docs] def values(self): """Yield the values of the dictionary. If class attribute ``lazy`` is False, the value of ``LazyObject`` or ``LazyAttr`` will be built and returned. """ values = [] for value in super().values(): values.append(self.build_lazy(value)) return values
[docs] def items(self): """Yield the keys and values of the dictionary. If class attribute ``lazy`` is False, the value of ``LazyObject`` or ``LazyAttr`` will be built and returned. """ items = [] for key, value in super().items(): items.append((key, self.build_lazy(value))) return items
[docs] def merge(self, other: dict): """Merge another dictionary into current dictionary. Args: other (dict): Another dictionary. """ default = object() def _merge_a_into_b(a, b): if isinstance(a, dict): if not isinstance(b, dict): a.pop(DELETE_KEY, None) return a if a.pop(DELETE_KEY, False): b.clear() all_keys = list(b.keys()) + list(a.keys()) return { key: _merge_a_into_b(a.get(key, default), b.get(key, default)) for key in all_keys if key != DELETE_KEY } else: return a if a is not default else b merged = _merge_a_into_b(copy.deepcopy(other), copy.deepcopy(self)) self.clear() for key, value in merged.items(): self[key] = value
def __reduce_ex__(self, proto): # Override __reduce_ex__ to avoid `self.items` will be # called by CPython interpreter during pickling. See more details in # https://github.com/python/cpython/blob/8d61a71f9c81619e34d4a30b625922ebc83c561b/Objects/typeobject.c#L6196 # noqa: E501 if digit_version(platform.python_version()) < digit_version('3.8'): return (self.__class__, ({k: v for k, v in super().items()}, ), None, None, None) else: return (self.__class__, ({k: v for k, v in super().items()}, ), None, None, None, None) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, ConfigDict): return other.to_dict() == self.to_dict() elif isinstance(other, dict): return {k: v for k, v in self.items()} == other else: return False def _to_lazy_dict(self): """Convert the ConfigDict to a normal dictionary recursively, and keep the ``LazyObject`` or ``LazyAttr`` object not built.""" def _to_dict(data): if isinstance(data, ConfigDict): return { key: _to_dict(value) for key, value in Dict.items(data) } elif isinstance(data, dict): return {key: _to_dict(value) for key, value in data.items()} elif isinstance(data, (list, tuple)): return type(data)(_to_dict(item) for item in data) else: return data return _to_dict(self)
[docs] def to_dict(self): """Convert the ConfigDict to a normal dictionary recursively, and convert the ``LazyObject`` or ``LazyAttr`` to string.""" return _lazy2string(self, dict_type=dict)
def add_args(parser: ArgumentParser, cfg: dict, prefix: str = '') -> ArgumentParser: """Add config fields into argument parser. Args: parser (ArgumentParser): Argument parser. cfg (dict): Config dictionary. prefix (str, optional): Prefix of parser argument. Defaults to ''. Returns: ArgumentParser: Argument parser containing config fields. """ for k, v in cfg.items(): if isinstance(v, str): parser.add_argument('--' + prefix + k) elif isinstance(v, bool): parser.add_argument('--' + prefix + k, action='store_true') elif isinstance(v, int): parser.add_argument('--' + prefix + k, type=int) elif isinstance(v, float): parser.add_argument('--' + prefix + k, type=float) elif isinstance(v, dict): add_args(parser, v, prefix + k + '.') elif isinstance(v, abc.Iterable): parser.add_argument( '--' + prefix + k, type=type(next(iter(v))), nargs='+') else: print_log( f'cannot parse key {prefix + k} of type {type(v)}', logger='current') return parser
[docs]class Config: """A facility for config and config files. It supports common file formats as configs: python/json/yaml. ``Config.fromfile`` can parse a dictionary from a config file, then build a ``Config`` instance with the dictionary. The interface is the same as a dict object and also allows access config values as attributes. Args: cfg_dict (dict, optional): A config dictionary. Defaults to None. cfg_text (str, optional): Text of config. Defaults to None. filename (str or Path, optional): Name of config file. Defaults to None. format_python_code (bool): Whether to format Python code by yapf. Defaults to True. Here is a simple example: Examples: >>> cfg = Config(dict(a=1, b=dict(b1=[0, 1]))) >>> cfg.a 1 >>> cfg.b {'b1': [0, 1]} >>> cfg.b.b1 [0, 1] >>> cfg = Config.fromfile('tests/data/config/a.py') >>> cfg.filename "/home/username/projects/mmengine/tests/data/config/a.py" >>> cfg.item4 'test' >>> cfg "Config [path: /home/username/projects/mmengine/tests/data/config/a.py] :" "{'item1': [1, 2], 'item2': {'a': 0}, 'item3': True, 'item4': 'test'}" You can find more advance usage in the `config tutorial`_. .. _config tutorial: https://mmengine.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced_tutorials/config.html """ # noqa: E501 def __init__( self, cfg_dict: dict = None, cfg_text: Optional[str] = None, filename: Optional[Union[str, Path]] = None, env_variables: Optional[dict] = None, format_python_code: bool = True, ): filename = str(filename) if isinstance(filename, Path) else filename if cfg_dict is None: cfg_dict = dict() elif not isinstance(cfg_dict, dict): raise TypeError('cfg_dict must be a dict, but ' f'got {type(cfg_dict)}') for key in cfg_dict: if key in RESERVED_KEYS: raise KeyError(f'{key} is reserved for config file') if not isinstance(cfg_dict, ConfigDict): cfg_dict = ConfigDict(cfg_dict) super().__setattr__('_cfg_dict', cfg_dict) super().__setattr__('_filename', filename) super().__setattr__('_format_python_code', format_python_code) if not hasattr(self, '_imported_names'): super().__setattr__('_imported_names', set()) if cfg_text: text = cfg_text elif filename: with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: text = f.read() else: text = '' super().__setattr__('_text', text) if env_variables is None: env_variables = dict() super().__setattr__('_env_variables', env_variables)
[docs] @staticmethod def fromfile(filename: Union[str, Path], use_predefined_variables: bool = True, import_custom_modules: bool = True, use_environment_variables: bool = True, lazy_import: Optional[bool] = None, format_python_code: bool = True) -> 'Config': """Build a Config instance from config file. Args: filename (str or Path): Name of config file. use_predefined_variables (bool, optional): Whether to use predefined variables. Defaults to True. import_custom_modules (bool, optional): Whether to support importing custom modules in config. Defaults to None. use_environment_variables (bool, optional): Whether to use environment variables. Defaults to True. lazy_import (bool): Whether to load config in `lazy_import` mode. If it is `None`, it will be deduced by the content of the config file. Defaults to None. format_python_code (bool): Whether to format Python code by yapf. Defaults to True. Returns: Config: Config instance built from config file. """ filename = str(filename) if isinstance(filename, Path) else filename if lazy_import is False or \ lazy_import is None and not Config._is_lazy_import(filename): cfg_dict, cfg_text, env_variables = Config._file2dict( filename, use_predefined_variables, use_environment_variables, lazy_import) if import_custom_modules and cfg_dict.get('custom_imports', None): try: import_modules_from_strings(**cfg_dict['custom_imports']) except ImportError as e: err_msg = ( 'Failed to import custom modules from ' f"{cfg_dict['custom_imports']}, the current sys.path " 'is: ') for p in sys.path: err_msg += f'\n {p}' err_msg += ( '\nYou should set `PYTHONPATH` to make `sys.path` ' 'include the directory which contains your custom ' 'module') raise ImportError(err_msg) from e return Config( cfg_dict, cfg_text=cfg_text, filename=filename, env_variables=env_variables, ) else: # Enable lazy import when parsing the config. # Using try-except to make sure ``ConfigDict.lazy`` will be reset # to False. See more details about lazy in the docstring of # ConfigDict ConfigDict.lazy = True try: cfg_dict, imported_names = Config._parse_lazy_import(filename) except Exception as e: raise e finally: # disable lazy import to get the real type. See more details # about lazy in the docstring of ConfigDict ConfigDict.lazy = False cfg = Config( cfg_dict, filename=filename, format_python_code=format_python_code) object.__setattr__(cfg, '_imported_names', imported_names) return cfg
[docs] @staticmethod def fromstring(cfg_str: str, file_format: str) -> 'Config': """Build a Config instance from config text. Args: cfg_str (str): Config text. file_format (str): Config file format corresponding to the config str. Only py/yml/yaml/json type are supported now! Returns: Config: Config object generated from ``cfg_str``. """ if file_format not in ['.py', '.json', '.yaml', '.yml']: raise OSError('Only py/yml/yaml/json type are supported now!') if file_format != '.py' and 'dict(' in cfg_str: # check if users specify a wrong suffix for python warnings.warn( 'Please check "file_format", the file format may be .py') # A temporary file can not be opened a second time on Windows. # See https://docs.python.org/3/library/tempfile.html#tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile for more details. # noqa # `temp_file` is opened first in `tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile` and # second in `Config.from_file`. # In addition, a named temporary file will be removed after closed. # As a workaround we set `delete=False` and close the temporary file # before opening again. with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile( 'w', encoding='utf-8', suffix=file_format, delete=False) as temp_file: temp_file.write(cfg_str) cfg = Config.fromfile(temp_file.name) os.remove(temp_file.name) # manually delete the temporary file return cfg
@staticmethod def _get_base_modules(nodes: list) -> list: """Get base module name from parsed code. Args: nodes (list): Parsed code of the config file. Returns: list: Name of base modules. """ def _get_base_module_from_with(with_nodes: list) -> list: """Get base module name from if statement in python file. Args: with_nodes (list): List of if statement. Returns: list: Name of base modules. """ base_modules = [] for node in with_nodes: assert isinstance(node, ast.ImportFrom), ( 'Illegal syntax in config file! Only ' '`from ... import ...` could be implemented` in ' 'with read_base()`') assert node.module is not None, ( 'Illegal syntax in config file! Syntax like ' '`from . import xxx` is not allowed in `with read_base()`') base_modules.append(node.level * '.' + node.module) return base_modules for idx, node in enumerate(nodes): if (isinstance(node, ast.Assign) and isinstance(node.targets[0], ast.Name) and node.targets[0].id == BASE_KEY): raise ConfigParsingError( 'The configuration file type in the inheritance chain ' 'must match the current configuration file type, either ' '"lazy_import" or non-"lazy_import". You got this error ' f'since you use the syntax like `_base_ = "{node.targets[0].id}"` ' # noqa: E501 'in your config. You should use `with read_base(): ... to` ' # noqa: E501 'mark the inherited config file. See more information ' 'in https://mmengine.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced_tutorials/config.html' # noqa: E501 ) if not isinstance(node, ast.With): continue expr = node.items[0].context_expr if (not isinstance(expr, ast.Call) or not expr.func.id == 'read_base' or # type: ignore len(node.items) > 1): raise ConfigParsingError( 'Only `read_base` context manager can be used in the ' 'config') # The original code: # ``` # with read_base(): # from .._base_.default_runtime import * # ``` # The processed code: # ``` # from .._base_.default_runtime import * # ``` # As you can see, the if statement is removed and the # from ... import statement will be unindent for nested_idx, nested_node in enumerate(node.body): nodes.insert(idx + nested_idx + 1, nested_node) nodes.pop(idx) return _get_base_module_from_with(node.body) return [] @staticmethod def _validate_py_syntax(filename: str): """Validate syntax of python config. Args: filename (str): Filename of python config file. """ with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: content = f.read() try: ast.parse(content) except SyntaxError as e: raise SyntaxError('There are syntax errors in config ' f'file {filename}: {e}') @staticmethod def _substitute_predefined_vars(filename: str, temp_config_name: str): """Substitute predefined variables in config with actual values. Sometimes we want some variables in the config to be related to the current path or file name, etc. Here is an example of a typical usage scenario. When training a model, we define a working directory in the config that save the models and logs. For different configs, we expect to define different working directories. A common way for users is to use the config file name directly as part of the working directory name, e.g. for the config ``config_setting1.py``, the working directory is ``. /work_dir/config_setting1``. This can be easily achieved using predefined variables, which can be written in the config `config_setting1.py` as follows .. code-block:: python work_dir = '. /work_dir/{{ fileBasenameNoExtension }}' Here `{{ fileBasenameNoExtension }}` indicates the file name of the config (without the extension), and when the config class reads the config file, it will automatically parse this double-bracketed string to the corresponding actual value. .. code-block:: python cfg = Config.fromfile('. /config_setting1.py') cfg.work_dir # ". /work_dir/config_setting1" For details, Please refer to docs/zh_cn/advanced_tutorials/config.md . Args: filename (str): Filename of config. temp_config_name (str): Temporary filename to save substituted config. """ file_dirname = osp.dirname(filename) file_basename = osp.basename(filename) file_basename_no_extension = osp.splitext(file_basename)[0] file_extname = osp.splitext(filename)[1] support_templates = dict( fileDirname=file_dirname, fileBasename=file_basename, fileBasenameNoExtension=file_basename_no_extension, fileExtname=file_extname) with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: config_file = f.read() for key, value in support_templates.items(): regexp = r'\{\{\s*' + str(key) + r'\s*\}\}' value = value.replace('\\', '/') config_file = re.sub(regexp, value, config_file) with open(temp_config_name, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as tmp_config_file: tmp_config_file.write(config_file) @staticmethod def _substitute_env_variables(filename: str, temp_config_name: str): """Substitute environment variables in config with actual values. Sometimes, we want to change some items in the config with environment variables. For examples, we expect to change dataset root by setting ``DATASET_ROOT=/dataset/root/path`` in the command line. This can be easily achieved by writing lines in the config as follows .. code-block:: python data_root = '{{$DATASET_ROOT:/default/dataset}}/images' Here, ``{{$DATASET_ROOT:/default/dataset}}`` indicates using the environment variable ``DATASET_ROOT`` to replace the part between ``{{}}``. If the ``DATASET_ROOT`` is not set, the default value ``/default/dataset`` will be used. Environment variables not only can replace items in the string, they can also substitute other types of data in config. In this situation, we can write the config as below .. code-block:: python model = dict( bbox_head = dict(num_classes={{'$NUM_CLASSES:80'}})) For details, Please refer to docs/zh_cn/tutorials/config.md . Args: filename (str): Filename of config. temp_config_name (str): Temporary filename to save substituted config. """ with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: config_file = f.read() regexp = r'\{\{[\'\"]?\s*\$(\w+)\s*\:\s*(\S*?)\s*[\'\"]?\}\}' keys = re.findall(regexp, config_file) env_variables = dict() for var_name, value in keys: regexp = r'\{\{[\'\"]?\s*\$' + var_name + r'\s*\:\s*' \ + value + r'\s*[\'\"]?\}\}' if var_name in os.environ: value = os.environ[var_name] env_variables[var_name] = value print_log( f'Using env variable `{var_name}` with value of ' f'{value} to replace item in config.', logger='current') if not value: raise KeyError(f'`{var_name}` cannot be found in `os.environ`.' f' Please set `{var_name}` in environment or ' 'give a default value.') config_file = re.sub(regexp, value, config_file) with open(temp_config_name, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as tmp_config_file: tmp_config_file.write(config_file) return env_variables @staticmethod def _pre_substitute_base_vars(filename: str, temp_config_name: str) -> dict: """Preceding step for substituting variables in base config with actual value. Args: filename (str): Filename of config. temp_config_name (str): Temporary filename to save substituted config. Returns: dict: A dictionary contains variables in base config. """ with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: config_file = f.read() base_var_dict = {} regexp = r'\{\{\s*' + BASE_KEY + r'\.([\w\.]+)\s*\}\}' base_vars = set(re.findall(regexp, config_file)) for base_var in base_vars: randstr = f'_{base_var}_{uuid.uuid4().hex.lower()[:6]}' base_var_dict[randstr] = base_var regexp = r'\{\{\s*' + BASE_KEY + r'\.' + base_var + r'\s*\}\}' config_file = re.sub(regexp, f'"{randstr}"', config_file) with open(temp_config_name, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as tmp_config_file: tmp_config_file.write(config_file) return base_var_dict @staticmethod def _substitute_base_vars(cfg: Any, base_var_dict: dict, base_cfg: dict) -> Any: """Substitute base variables from strings to their actual values. Args: Any : Config dictionary. base_var_dict (dict): A dictionary contains variables in base config. base_cfg (dict): Base config dictionary. Returns: Any : A dictionary with origin base variables substituted with actual values. """ cfg = copy.deepcopy(cfg) if isinstance(cfg, dict): for k, v in cfg.items(): if isinstance(v, str) and v in base_var_dict: new_v = base_cfg for new_k in base_var_dict[v].split('.'): new_v = new_v[new_k] cfg[k] = new_v elif isinstance(v, (list, tuple, dict)): cfg[k] = Config._substitute_base_vars( v, base_var_dict, base_cfg) elif isinstance(cfg, tuple): cfg = tuple( Config._substitute_base_vars(c, base_var_dict, base_cfg) for c in cfg) elif isinstance(cfg, list): cfg = [ Config._substitute_base_vars(c, base_var_dict, base_cfg) for c in cfg ] elif isinstance(cfg, str) and cfg in base_var_dict: new_v = base_cfg for new_k in base_var_dict[cfg].split('.'): new_v = new_v[new_k] cfg = new_v return cfg @staticmethod def _file2dict( filename: str, use_predefined_variables: bool = True, use_environment_variables: bool = True, lazy_import: Optional[bool] = None) -> Tuple[dict, str, dict]: """Transform file to variables dictionary. Args: filename (str): Name of config file. use_predefined_variables (bool, optional): Whether to use predefined variables. Defaults to True. use_environment_variables (bool, optional): Whether to use environment variables. Defaults to True. lazy_import (bool): Whether to load config in `lazy_import` mode. If it is `None`, it will be deduced by the content of the config file. Defaults to None. Returns: Tuple[dict, str]: Variables dictionary and text of Config. """ if lazy_import is None and Config._is_lazy_import(filename): raise RuntimeError( 'The configuration file type in the inheritance chain ' 'must match the current configuration file type, either ' '"lazy_import" or non-"lazy_import". You got this error ' 'since you use the syntax like `with read_base(): ...` ' f'or import non-builtin module in {filename}. See more ' 'information in https://mmengine.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced_tutorials/config.html' # noqa: E501 ) filename = osp.abspath(osp.expanduser(filename)) check_file_exist(filename) fileExtname = osp.splitext(filename)[1] if fileExtname not in ['.py', '.json', '.yaml', '.yml']: raise OSError('Only py/yml/yaml/json type are supported now!') try: with tempfile.TemporaryDirectory() as temp_config_dir: temp_config_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile( dir=temp_config_dir, suffix=fileExtname, delete=False) if platform.system() == 'Windows': temp_config_file.close() # Substitute predefined variables if use_predefined_variables: Config._substitute_predefined_vars(filename, temp_config_file.name) else: shutil.copyfile(filename, temp_config_file.name) # Substitute environment variables env_variables = dict() if use_environment_variables: env_variables = Config._substitute_env_variables( temp_config_file.name, temp_config_file.name) # Substitute base variables from placeholders to strings base_var_dict = Config._pre_substitute_base_vars( temp_config_file.name, temp_config_file.name) # Handle base files base_cfg_dict = ConfigDict() cfg_text_list = list() for base_cfg_path in Config._get_base_files( temp_config_file.name): base_cfg_path, scope = Config._get_cfg_path( base_cfg_path, filename) _cfg_dict, _cfg_text, _env_variables = Config._file2dict( filename=base_cfg_path, use_predefined_variables=use_predefined_variables, use_environment_variables=use_environment_variables, lazy_import=lazy_import, ) cfg_text_list.append(_cfg_text) env_variables.update(_env_variables) duplicate_keys = base_cfg_dict.keys() & _cfg_dict.keys() if len(duplicate_keys) > 0: raise KeyError( 'Duplicate key is not allowed among bases. ' f'Duplicate keys: {duplicate_keys}') # _dict_to_config_dict will do the following things: # 1. Recursively converts ``dict`` to :obj:`ConfigDict`. # 2. Set `_scope_` for the outer dict variable for the base # config. # 3. Set `scope` attribute for each base variable. # Different from `_scope_`, `scope` is not a key of base # dict, `scope` attribute will be parsed to key `_scope_` # by function `_parse_scope` only if the base variable is # accessed by the current config. _cfg_dict = Config._dict_to_config_dict(_cfg_dict, scope) base_cfg_dict.update(_cfg_dict) if filename.endswith('.py'): with open(temp_config_file.name, encoding='utf-8') as f: parsed_codes = ast.parse(f.read()) parsed_codes = RemoveAssignFromAST(BASE_KEY).visit( parsed_codes) codeobj = compile(parsed_codes, filename, mode='exec') # Support load global variable in nested function of the # config. global_locals_var = {BASE_KEY: base_cfg_dict} ori_keys = set(global_locals_var.keys()) eval(codeobj, global_locals_var, global_locals_var) cfg_dict = { key: value for key, value in global_locals_var.items() if (key not in ori_keys and not key.startswith('__')) } elif filename.endswith(('.yml', '.yaml', '.json')): cfg_dict = load(temp_config_file.name) # close temp file for key, value in list(cfg_dict.items()): if isinstance(value, (types.FunctionType, types.ModuleType)): cfg_dict.pop(key) temp_config_file.close() # If the current config accesses a base variable of base # configs, The ``scope`` attribute of corresponding variable # will be converted to the `_scope_`. Config._parse_scope(cfg_dict) except Exception as e: if osp.exists(temp_config_dir): shutil.rmtree(temp_config_dir) raise e # check deprecation information if DEPRECATION_KEY in cfg_dict: deprecation_info = cfg_dict.pop(DEPRECATION_KEY) warning_msg = f'The config file {filename} will be deprecated ' \ 'in the future.' if 'expected' in deprecation_info: warning_msg += f' Please use {deprecation_info["expected"]} ' \ 'instead.' if 'reference' in deprecation_info: warning_msg += ' More information can be found at ' \ f'{deprecation_info["reference"]}' warnings.warn(warning_msg, DeprecationWarning) cfg_text = filename + '\n' with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: # Setting encoding explicitly to resolve coding issue on windows cfg_text += f.read() # Substitute base variables from strings to their actual values cfg_dict = Config._substitute_base_vars(cfg_dict, base_var_dict, base_cfg_dict) cfg_dict.pop(BASE_KEY, None) cfg_dict = Config._merge_a_into_b(cfg_dict, base_cfg_dict) cfg_dict = { k: v for k, v in cfg_dict.items() if not k.startswith('__') } # merge cfg_text cfg_text_list.append(cfg_text) cfg_text = '\n'.join(cfg_text_list) return cfg_dict, cfg_text, env_variables @staticmethod def _parse_lazy_import(filename: str) -> Tuple[ConfigDict, set]: """Transform file to variables dictionary. Args: filename (str): Name of config file. Returns: Tuple[dict, dict]: ``cfg_dict`` and ``imported_names``. - cfg_dict (dict): Variables dictionary of parsed config. - imported_names (set): Used to mark the names of imported object. """ # In lazy import mode, users can use the Python syntax `import` to # implement inheritance between configuration files, which is easier # for users to understand the hierarchical relationships between # different configuration files. # Besides, users can also using `import` syntax to import corresponding # module which will be filled in the `type` field. It means users # can directly navigate to the source of the module in the # configuration file by clicking the `type` field. # To avoid really importing the third party package like `torch` # during import `type` object, we use `_parse_lazy_import` to parse the # configuration file, which will not actually trigger the import # process, but simply parse the imported `type`s as LazyObject objects. # The overall pipeline of _parse_lazy_import is: # 1. Parse the base module from the config file. # || # \/ # base_module = ['mmdet.configs.default_runtime'] # || # \/ # 2. recursively parse the base module and gather imported objects to # a dict. # || # \/ # The base_dict will be: # { # 'mmdet.configs.default_runtime': {...} # 'mmdet.configs.retinanet_r50_fpn_1x_coco': {...} # ... # }, each item in base_dict is a dict of `LazyObject` # 3. parse the current config file filling the imported variable # with the base_dict. # # 4. During the parsing process, all imported variable will be # recorded in the `imported_names` set. These variables can be # accessed, but will not be dumped by default. with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: global_dict = {'LazyObject': LazyObject, '__file__': filename} base_dict = {} parsed_codes = ast.parse(f.read()) # get the names of base modules, and remove the # `with read_base():'` statement base_modules = Config._get_base_modules(parsed_codes.body) base_imported_names = set() for base_module in base_modules: # If base_module means a relative import, assuming the level is # 2, which means the module is imported like # "from ..a.b import c". we must ensure that c is an # object `defined` in module b, and module b should not be a # package including `__init__` file but a single python file. level = len(re.match(r'\.*', base_module).group()) if level > 0: # Relative import base_dir = osp.dirname(filename) module_path = osp.join( base_dir, *(['..'] * (level - 1)), f'{base_module[level:].replace(".", "/")}.py') else: # Absolute import module_list = base_module.split('.') if len(module_list) == 1: raise ConfigParsingError( 'The imported configuration file should not be ' f'an independent package {module_list[0]}. Here ' 'is an example: ' '`with read_base(): from mmdet.configs.retinanet_r50_fpn_1x_coco import *`' # noqa: E501 ) else: package = module_list[0] root_path = get_installed_path(package) module_path = f'{osp.join(root_path, *module_list[1:])}.py' # noqa: E501 if not osp.isfile(module_path): raise ConfigParsingError( f'{module_path} not found! It means that incorrect ' 'module is defined in ' f'`with read_base(): = from {base_module} import ...`, please ' # noqa: E501 'make sure the base config module is valid ' 'and is consistent with the prior import ' 'logic') _base_cfg_dict, _base_imported_names = Config._parse_lazy_import( # noqa: E501 module_path) base_imported_names |= _base_imported_names # The base_dict will be: # { # 'mmdet.configs.default_runtime': {...} # 'mmdet.configs.retinanet_r50_fpn_1x_coco': {...} # ... # } base_dict[base_module] = _base_cfg_dict # `base_dict` contains all the imported modules from `base_cfg`. # In order to collect the specific imported module from `base_cfg` # before parse the current file, we using AST Transform to # transverse the imported module from base_cfg and merge then into # the global dict. After the ast transformation, most of import # syntax will be removed (except for the builtin import) and # replaced with the `LazyObject` transform = ImportTransformer( global_dict=global_dict, base_dict=base_dict, filename=filename) modified_code = transform.visit(parsed_codes) modified_code, abs_imported = _gather_abs_import_lazyobj( modified_code, filename=filename) imported_names = transform.imported_obj | abs_imported imported_names |= base_imported_names modified_code = ast.fix_missing_locations(modified_code) exec( compile(modified_code, filename, mode='exec'), global_dict, global_dict) ret: dict = {} for key, value in global_dict.items(): if key.startswith('__') or key in ['LazyObject']: continue ret[key] = value # convert dict to ConfigDict cfg_dict = Config._dict_to_config_dict_lazy(ret) return cfg_dict, imported_names @staticmethod def _dict_to_config_dict_lazy(cfg: dict): """Recursively converts ``dict`` to :obj:`ConfigDict`. The only difference between ``_dict_to_config_dict_lazy`` and ``_dict_to_config_dict_lazy`` is that the former one does not consider the scope, and will not trigger the building of ``LazyObject``. Args: cfg (dict): Config dict. Returns: ConfigDict: Converted dict. """ # Only the outer dict with key `type` should have the key `_scope_`. if isinstance(cfg, dict): cfg_dict = ConfigDict() for key, value in cfg.items(): cfg_dict[key] = Config._dict_to_config_dict_lazy(value) return cfg_dict if isinstance(cfg, (tuple, list)): return type(cfg)( Config._dict_to_config_dict_lazy(_cfg) for _cfg in cfg) return cfg @staticmethod def _dict_to_config_dict(cfg: dict, scope: Optional[str] = None, has_scope=True): """Recursively converts ``dict`` to :obj:`ConfigDict`. Args: cfg (dict): Config dict. scope (str, optional): Scope of instance. has_scope (bool): Whether to add `_scope_` key to config dict. Returns: ConfigDict: Converted dict. """ # Only the outer dict with key `type` should have the key `_scope_`. if isinstance(cfg, dict): if has_scope and 'type' in cfg: has_scope = False if scope is not None and cfg.get('_scope_', None) is None: cfg._scope_ = scope # type: ignore cfg = ConfigDict(cfg) dict.__setattr__(cfg, 'scope', scope) for key, value in cfg.items(): cfg[key] = Config._dict_to_config_dict( value, scope=scope, has_scope=has_scope) elif isinstance(cfg, tuple): cfg = tuple( Config._dict_to_config_dict(_cfg, scope, has_scope=has_scope) for _cfg in cfg) elif isinstance(cfg, list): cfg = [ Config._dict_to_config_dict(_cfg, scope, has_scope=has_scope) for _cfg in cfg ] return cfg @staticmethod def _parse_scope(cfg: dict) -> None: """Adds ``_scope_`` to :obj:`ConfigDict` instance, which means a base variable. If the config dict already has the scope, scope will not be overwritten. Args: cfg (dict): Config needs to be parsed with scope. """ if isinstance(cfg, ConfigDict): cfg._scope_ = cfg.scope elif isinstance(cfg, (tuple, list)): [Config._parse_scope(value) for value in cfg] else: return @staticmethod def _get_base_files(filename: str) -> list: """Get the base config file. Args: filename (str): The config file. Raises: TypeError: Name of config file. Returns: list: A list of base config. """ file_format = osp.splitext(filename)[1] if file_format == '.py': Config._validate_py_syntax(filename) with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: parsed_codes = ast.parse(f.read()).body def is_base_line(c): return (isinstance(c, ast.Assign) and isinstance(c.targets[0], ast.Name) and c.targets[0].id == BASE_KEY) base_code = next((c for c in parsed_codes if is_base_line(c)), None) if base_code is not None: base_code = ast.Expression( # type: ignore body=base_code.value) # type: ignore base_files = eval(compile(base_code, '', mode='eval')) else: base_files = [] elif file_format in ('.yml', '.yaml', '.json'): import mmengine cfg_dict = mmengine.load(filename) base_files = cfg_dict.get(BASE_KEY, []) else: raise ConfigParsingError( 'The config type should be py, json, yaml or ' f'yml, but got {file_format}') base_files = base_files if isinstance(base_files, list) else [base_files] return base_files @staticmethod def _get_cfg_path(cfg_path: str, filename: str) -> Tuple[str, Optional[str]]: """Get the config path from the current or external package. Args: cfg_path (str): Relative path of config. filename (str): The config file being parsed. Returns: Tuple[str, str or None]: Path and scope of config. If the config is not an external config, the scope will be `None`. """ if '::' in cfg_path: # `cfg_path` startswith '::' means an external config path. # Get package name and relative config path. scope = cfg_path.partition('::')[0] package, cfg_path = _get_package_and_cfg_path(cfg_path) if not is_installed(package): raise ModuleNotFoundError( f'{package} is not installed, please install {package} ' f'manually') # Get installed package path. package_path = get_installed_path(package) try: # Get config path from meta file. cfg_path = _get_external_cfg_path(package_path, cfg_path) except ValueError: # Since base config does not have a metafile, it should be # concatenated with package path and relative config path. cfg_path = _get_external_cfg_base_path(package_path, cfg_path) except FileNotFoundError as e: raise e return cfg_path, scope else: # Get local config path. cfg_dir = osp.dirname(filename) cfg_path = osp.join(cfg_dir, cfg_path) return cfg_path, None @staticmethod def _merge_a_into_b(a: dict, b: dict, allow_list_keys: bool = False) -> dict: """merge dict ``a`` into dict ``b`` (non-inplace). Values in ``a`` will overwrite ``b``. ``b`` is copied first to avoid in-place modifications. Args: a (dict): The source dict to be merged into ``b``. b (dict): The origin dict to be fetch keys from ``a``. allow_list_keys (bool): If True, int string keys (e.g. '0', '1') are allowed in source ``a`` and will replace the element of the corresponding index in b if b is a list. Defaults to False. Returns: dict: The modified dict of ``b`` using ``a``. Examples: # Normally merge a into b. >>> Config._merge_a_into_b( ... dict(obj=dict(a=2)), dict(obj=dict(a=1))) {'obj': {'a': 2}} # Delete b first and merge a into b. >>> Config._merge_a_into_b( ... dict(obj=dict(_delete_=True, a=2)), dict(obj=dict(a=1))) {'obj': {'a': 2}} # b is a list >>> Config._merge_a_into_b( ... {'0': dict(a=2)}, [dict(a=1), dict(b=2)], True) [{'a': 2}, {'b': 2}] """ b = b.copy() for k, v in a.items(): if allow_list_keys and k.isdigit() and isinstance(b, list): k = int(k) if len(b) <= k: raise KeyError(f'Index {k} exceeds the length of list {b}') b[k] = Config._merge_a_into_b(v, b[k], allow_list_keys) elif isinstance(v, dict): if k in b and not v.pop(DELETE_KEY, False): allowed_types: Union[Tuple, type] = ( dict, list) if allow_list_keys else dict if not isinstance(b[k], allowed_types): raise TypeError( f'{k}={v} in child config cannot inherit from ' f'base because {k} is a dict in the child config ' f'but is of type {type(b[k])} in base config. ' f'You may set `{DELETE_KEY}=True` to ignore the ' f'base config.') b[k] = Config._merge_a_into_b(v, b[k], allow_list_keys) else: b[k] = ConfigDict(v) else: b[k] = v return b
[docs] @staticmethod def auto_argparser(description=None): """Generate argparser from config file automatically (experimental)""" partial_parser = ArgumentParser(description=description) partial_parser.add_argument('config', help='config file path') cfg_file = partial_parser.parse_known_args()[0].config cfg = Config.fromfile(cfg_file) parser = ArgumentParser(description=description) parser.add_argument('config', help='config file path') add_args(parser, cfg) return parser, cfg
@property def filename(self) -> str: """get file name of config.""" return self._filename @property def text(self) -> str: """get config text.""" return self._text @property def env_variables(self) -> dict: """get used environment variables.""" return self._env_variables @property def pretty_text(self) -> str: """get formatted python config text.""" indent = 4 def _indent(s_, num_spaces): s = s_.split('\n') if len(s) == 1: return s_ first = s.pop(0) s = [(num_spaces * ' ') + line for line in s] s = '\n'.join(s) s = first + '\n' + s return s def _format_basic_types(k, v, use_mapping=False): if isinstance(v, str): v_str = repr(v) else: v_str = str(v) if use_mapping: k_str = f"'{k}'" if isinstance(k, str) else str(k) attr_str = f'{k_str}: {v_str}' else: attr_str = f'{str(k)}={v_str}' attr_str = _indent(attr_str, indent) return attr_str def _format_list_tuple(k, v, use_mapping=False): if isinstance(v, list): left = '[' right = ']' else: left = '(' right = ')' v_str = f'{left}\n' # check if all items in the list are dict for item in v: if isinstance(item, dict): v_str += f'dict({_indent(_format_dict(item), indent)}),\n' elif isinstance(item, tuple): v_str += f'{_indent(_format_list_tuple(None, item), indent)},\n' # noqa: 501 elif isinstance(item, list): v_str += f'{_indent(_format_list_tuple(None, item), indent)},\n' # noqa: 501 elif isinstance(item, str): v_str += f'{_indent(repr(item), indent)},\n' else: v_str += str(item) + ',\n' if k is None: return _indent(v_str, indent) + right if use_mapping: k_str = f"'{k}'" if isinstance(k, str) else str(k) attr_str = f'{k_str}: {v_str}' else: attr_str = f'{str(k)}={v_str}' attr_str = _indent(attr_str, indent) + right return attr_str def _contain_invalid_identifier(dict_str): contain_invalid_identifier = False for key_name in dict_str: contain_invalid_identifier |= \ (not str(key_name).isidentifier()) return contain_invalid_identifier def _format_dict(input_dict, outest_level=False): r = '' s = [] use_mapping = _contain_invalid_identifier(input_dict) if use_mapping: r += '{' for idx, (k, v) in enumerate( sorted(input_dict.items(), key=lambda x: str(x[0]))): is_last = idx >= len(input_dict) - 1 end = '' if outest_level or is_last else ',' if isinstance(v, dict): v_str = '\n' + _format_dict(v) if use_mapping: k_str = f"'{k}'" if isinstance(k, str) else str(k) attr_str = f'{k_str}: dict({v_str}' else: attr_str = f'{str(k)}=dict({v_str}' attr_str = _indent(attr_str, indent) + ')' + end elif isinstance(v, (list, tuple)): attr_str = _format_list_tuple(k, v, use_mapping) + end else: attr_str = _format_basic_types(k, v, use_mapping) + end s.append(attr_str) r += '\n'.join(s) if use_mapping: r += '}' return r cfg_dict = self.to_dict() text = _format_dict(cfg_dict, outest_level=True) if self._format_python_code: # copied from setup.cfg yapf_style = dict( based_on_style='pep8', blank_line_before_nested_class_or_def=True, split_before_expression_after_opening_paren=True) try: if digit_version(yapf.__version__) >= digit_version('0.40.2'): text, _ = FormatCode(text, style_config=yapf_style) else: text, _ = FormatCode( text, style_config=yapf_style, verify=True) except: # noqa: E722 raise SyntaxError('Failed to format the config file, please ' f'check the syntax of: \n{text}') return text def __repr__(self): return f'Config (path: {self.filename}): {self._cfg_dict.__repr__()}' def __len__(self): return len(self._cfg_dict) def __getattr__(self, name: str) -> Any: return getattr(self._cfg_dict, name) def __getitem__(self, name): return self._cfg_dict.__getitem__(name) def __setattr__(self, name, value): if isinstance(value, dict): value = ConfigDict(value) self._cfg_dict.__setattr__(name, value) def __setitem__(self, name, value): if isinstance(value, dict): value = ConfigDict(value) self._cfg_dict.__setitem__(name, value) def __iter__(self): return iter(self._cfg_dict) def __getstate__( self ) -> Tuple[dict, Optional[str], Optional[str], dict, bool, set]: state = (self._cfg_dict, self._filename, self._text, self._env_variables, self._format_python_code, self._imported_names) return state def __deepcopy__(self, memo): cls = self.__class__ other = cls.__new__(cls) memo[id(self)] = other for key, value in self.__dict__.items(): super(Config, other).__setattr__(key, copy.deepcopy(value, memo)) return other def __copy__(self): cls = self.__class__ other = cls.__new__(cls) other.__dict__.update(self.__dict__) super(Config, other).__setattr__('_cfg_dict', self._cfg_dict.copy()) return other copy = __copy__ def __setstate__(self, state: Tuple[dict, Optional[str], Optional[str], dict, bool, set]): super().__setattr__('_cfg_dict', state[0]) super().__setattr__('_filename', state[1]) super().__setattr__('_text', state[2]) super().__setattr__('_env_variables', state[3]) super().__setattr__('_format_python_code', state[4]) super().__setattr__('_imported_names', state[5])
[docs] def dump(self, file: Optional[Union[str, Path]] = None): """Dump config to file or return config text. Args: file (str or Path, optional): If not specified, then the object is dumped to a str, otherwise to a file specified by the filename. Defaults to None. Returns: str or None: Config text. """ file = str(file) if isinstance(file, Path) else file cfg_dict = self.to_dict() if file is None: if self.filename is None or self.filename.endswith('.py'): return self.pretty_text else: file_format = self.filename.split('.')[-1] return dump(cfg_dict, file_format=file_format) elif file.endswith('.py'): with open(file, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as f: f.write(self.pretty_text) else: file_format = file.split('.')[-1] return dump(cfg_dict, file=file, file_format=file_format)
[docs] def merge_from_dict(self, options: dict, allow_list_keys: bool = True) -> None: """Merge list into cfg_dict. Merge the dict parsed by MultipleKVAction into this cfg. Args: options (dict): dict of configs to merge from. allow_list_keys (bool): If True, int string keys (e.g. '0', '1') are allowed in ``options`` and will replace the element of the corresponding index in the config if the config is a list. Defaults to True. Examples: >>> from mmengine import Config >>> # Merge dictionary element >>> options = {'model.backbone.depth': 50, 'model.backbone.with_cp': True} >>> cfg = Config(dict(model=dict(backbone=dict(type='ResNet')))) >>> cfg.merge_from_dict(options) >>> cfg._cfg_dict {'model': {'backbone': {'type': 'ResNet', 'depth': 50, 'with_cp': True}}} >>> # Merge list element >>> cfg = Config( >>> dict(pipeline=[dict(type='LoadImage'), >>> dict(type='LoadAnnotations')])) >>> options = dict(pipeline={'0': dict(type='SelfLoadImage')}) >>> cfg.merge_from_dict(options, allow_list_keys=True) >>> cfg._cfg_dict {'pipeline': [{'type': 'SelfLoadImage'}, {'type': 'LoadAnnotations'}]} """ # noqa: E501 option_cfg_dict: dict = {} for full_key, v in options.items(): d = option_cfg_dict key_list = full_key.split('.') for subkey in key_list[:-1]: d.setdefault(subkey, ConfigDict()) d = d[subkey] subkey = key_list[-1] d[subkey] = v cfg_dict = super().__getattribute__('_cfg_dict') super().__setattr__( '_cfg_dict', Config._merge_a_into_b( option_cfg_dict, cfg_dict, allow_list_keys=allow_list_keys))
@staticmethod def diff(cfg1: Union[str, 'Config'], cfg2: Union[str, 'Config']) -> str: if isinstance(cfg1, str): cfg1 = Config.fromfile(cfg1) if isinstance(cfg2, str): cfg2 = Config.fromfile(cfg2) res = difflib.unified_diff( cfg1.pretty_text.split('\n'), cfg2.pretty_text.split('\n')) # Convert into rich format for better visualization console = Console() text = Text() for line in res: if line.startswith('+'): color = 'bright_green' elif line.startswith('-'): color = 'bright_red' else: color = 'bright_white' _text = Text(line + '\n') _text.stylize(color) text.append(_text) with console.capture() as capture: console.print(text) return capture.get() @staticmethod def _is_lazy_import(filename: str) -> bool: if not filename.endswith('.py'): return False with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as f: codes_str = f.read() parsed_codes = ast.parse(codes_str) for node in ast.walk(parsed_codes): if (isinstance(node, ast.Assign) and isinstance(node.targets[0], ast.Name) and node.targets[0].id == BASE_KEY): return False if isinstance(node, ast.With): expr = node.items[0].context_expr if (not isinstance(expr, ast.Call) or not expr.func.id == 'read_base'): # type: ignore raise ConfigParsingError( 'Only `read_base` context manager can be used in the ' 'config') return True if isinstance(node, ast.ImportFrom): # relative import -> lazy_import if node.level != 0: return True # Skip checking when using `mmengine.config` in cfg file if (node.module == 'mmengine' and len(node.names) == 1 and node.names[0].name == 'Config'): continue if not isinstance(node.module, str): continue # non-builtin module -> lazy_import if not _is_builtin_module(node.module): return True if isinstance(node, ast.Import): for alias_node in node.names: if not _is_builtin_module(alias_node.name): return True return False def _to_lazy_dict(self, keep_imported: bool = False) -> dict: """Convert config object to dictionary with lazy object, and filter the imported object.""" res = self._cfg_dict._to_lazy_dict() if hasattr(self, '_imported_names') and not keep_imported: res = { key: value for key, value in res.items() if key not in self._imported_names } return res
[docs] def to_dict(self, keep_imported: bool = False): """Convert all data in the config to a builtin ``dict``. Args: keep_imported (bool): Whether to keep the imported field. Defaults to False If you import third-party objects in the config file, all imported objects will be converted to a string like ``torch.optim.SGD`` """ cfg_dict = self._cfg_dict.to_dict() if hasattr(self, '_imported_names') and not keep_imported: cfg_dict = { key: value for key, value in cfg_dict.items() if key not in self._imported_names } return cfg_dict
[docs]class DictAction(Action): """ argparse action to split an argument into KEY=VALUE form on the first = and append to a dictionary. List options can be passed as comma separated values, i.e 'KEY=V1,V2,V3', or with explicit brackets, i.e. 'KEY=[V1,V2,V3]'. It also support nested brackets to build list/tuple values. e.g. 'KEY=[(V1,V2),(V3,V4)]' """ @staticmethod def _parse_int_float_bool(val: str) -> Union[int, float, bool, Any]: """parse int/float/bool value in the string.""" try: return int(val) except ValueError: pass try: return float(val) except ValueError: pass if val.lower() in ['true', 'false']: return True if val.lower() == 'true' else False if val == 'None': return None return val @staticmethod def _parse_iterable(val: str) -> Union[list, tuple, Any]: """Parse iterable values in the string. All elements inside '()' or '[]' are treated as iterable values. Args: val (str): Value string. Returns: list | tuple | Any: The expanded list or tuple from the string, or single value if no iterable values are found. Examples: >>> DictAction._parse_iterable('1,2,3') [1, 2, 3] >>> DictAction._parse_iterable('[a, b, c]') ['a', 'b', 'c'] >>> DictAction._parse_iterable('[(1, 2, 3), [a, b], c]') [(1, 2, 3), ['a', 'b'], 'c'] """ def find_next_comma(string): """Find the position of next comma in the string. If no ',' is found in the string, return the string length. All chars inside '()' and '[]' are treated as one element and thus ',' inside these brackets are ignored. """ assert (string.count('(') == string.count(')')) and ( string.count('[') == string.count(']')), \ f'Imbalanced brackets exist in {string}' end = len(string) for idx, char in enumerate(string): pre = string[:idx] # The string before this ',' is balanced if ((char == ',') and (pre.count('(') == pre.count(')')) and (pre.count('[') == pre.count(']'))): end = idx break return end # Strip ' and " characters and replace whitespace. val = val.strip('\'\"').replace(' ', '') is_tuple = False if val.startswith('(') and val.endswith(')'): is_tuple = True val = val[1:-1] elif val.startswith('[') and val.endswith(']'): val = val[1:-1] elif ',' not in val: # val is a single value return DictAction._parse_int_float_bool(val) values = [] while len(val) > 0: comma_idx = find_next_comma(val) element = DictAction._parse_iterable(val[:comma_idx]) values.append(element) val = val[comma_idx + 1:] if is_tuple: return tuple(values) return values def __call__(self, parser: ArgumentParser, namespace: Namespace, values: Union[str, Sequence[Any], None], option_string: str = None): """Parse Variables in string and add them into argparser. Args: parser (ArgumentParser): Argument parser. namespace (Namespace): Argument namespace. values (Union[str, Sequence[Any], None]): Argument string. option_string (list[str], optional): Option string. Defaults to None. """ # Copied behavior from `argparse._ExtendAction`. options = copy.copy(getattr(namespace, self.dest, None) or {}) if values is not None: for kv in values: key, val = kv.split('=', maxsplit=1) options[key] = self._parse_iterable(val) setattr(namespace, self.dest, options)
[docs]@contextmanager def read_base(): """Context manager to mark the base config. The pure Python-style configuration file allows you to use the import syntax. However, it is important to note that you need to import the base configuration file within the context of ``read_base``, and import other dependencies outside of it. You can see more usage of Python-style configuration in the `tutorial`_ .. _tutorial: https://mmengine.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced_tutorials/config.html#a-pure-python-style-configuration-file-beta """ # noqa: E501 yield

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