Source code for pip._internal.models.target_python

import sys

from pip._internal.utils.compatibility_tags import (
from pip._internal.utils.misc import normalize_version_info
from pip._internal.utils.typing import MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING

    from typing import List, Optional, Tuple

    from pip._vendor.packaging.tags import Tag

[docs]class TargetPython(object): """ Encapsulates the properties of a Python interpreter one is targeting for a package install, download, etc. """ __slots__ = [ "_given_py_version_info", "abi", "implementation", "platform", "py_version", "py_version_info", "_valid_tags", ] def __init__( self, platform=None, # type: Optional[str] py_version_info=None, # type: Optional[Tuple[int, ...]] abi=None, # type: Optional[str] implementation=None, # type: Optional[str] ): # type: (...) -> None """ :param platform: A string or None. If None, searches for packages that are supported by the current system. Otherwise, will find packages that can be built on the platform passed in. These packages will only be downloaded for distribution: they will not be built locally. :param py_version_info: An optional tuple of ints representing the Python version information to use (e.g. `sys.version_info[:3]`). This can have length 1, 2, or 3 when provided. :param abi: A string or None. This is passed to's get_supported() function as is. :param implementation: A string or None. This is passed to's get_supported() function as is. """ # Store the given py_version_info for when we call get_supported(). self._given_py_version_info = py_version_info if py_version_info is None: py_version_info = sys.version_info[:3] else: py_version_info = normalize_version_info(py_version_info) py_version = '.'.join(map(str, py_version_info[:2])) self.abi = abi self.implementation = implementation self.platform = platform self.py_version = py_version self.py_version_info = py_version_info # This is used to cache the return value of get_tags(). self._valid_tags = None # type: Optional[List[Tag]]
[docs] def format_given(self): # type: () -> str """ Format the given, non-None attributes for display. """ display_version = None if self._given_py_version_info is not None: display_version = '.'.join( str(part) for part in self._given_py_version_info ) key_values = [ ('platform', self.platform), ('version_info', display_version), ('abi', self.abi), ('implementation', self.implementation), ] return ' '.join( '{}={!r}'.format(key, value) for key, value in key_values if value is not None )
[docs] def get_tags(self): # type: () -> List[Tag] """ Return the supported PEP 425 tags to check wheel candidates against. The tags are returned in order of preference (most preferred first). """ if self._valid_tags is None: # Pass versions=None if no py_version_info was given since # versions=None uses special default logic. py_version_info = self._given_py_version_info if py_version_info is None: version = None else: version = version_info_to_nodot(py_version_info) tags = get_supported( version=version, platform=self.platform, abi=self.abi, impl=self.implementation, ) self._valid_tags = tags return self._valid_tags