Source code for pyquickhelper.sphinxext.bokeh.bokeh_plot

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Include :epkg:`bokeh` plots in Sphinx HTML documentation.
For other output types, the placeholder text ``[graph]`` will
be generated.
The ``bokeh-plot`` directive can be used by either supplying,
**a path to a source file** as the argument to the directive::

    .. bokeh-plot:: path/to/

.. note::
    .py scripts are not scanned automatically! In order to include
    certain directories into .py scanning process use following directive
    in sphinx file: bokeh_plot_pyfile_include_dirs = ["dir1","dir2"]

**Inline code** as the content of the directive::

 .. bokeh-plot::

     from bokeh.plotting import figure, output_file, show


     x = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
     y = [6, 7, 6, 4, 5]

     p = figure(title="example", plot_width=300, plot_height=300)
     p.line(x, y, line_width=2), y, size=10, fill_color="white")


This directive also works in conjunction with Sphinx autodoc, when
used in docstrings.
The ``bokeh-plot`` directive accepts the following options:

source-position : enum('above', 'below', 'none')
    Where to locate the the block of formatted source
    code (if anywhere).

linenos : flag
    Whether to display line numbers along with the source.


The inline example code above produces the following output:

.. bokeh-plot::

    from bokeh.plotting import figure, output_file, show


    x = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
    y = [6, 7, 6, 4, 5]

    p = figure(title="example", plot_width=300, plot_height=300)
    p.line(x, y, line_width=2), y, size=10, fill_color="white")


from __future__ import absolute_import

import warnings
import ast
from os.path import basename, dirname, join
import re
import logging
from uuid import uuid4

from docutils import nodes
from docutils.parsers.rst import Directive, Parser
from docutils.parsers.rst.directives import choice, flag
from sphinx.errors import SphinxError
from sphinx.util import console, copyfile, ensuredir, status_iterator
from sphinx.util.nodes import set_source_info
    from sphinx.deprecation import RemovedInSphinx30Warning, RemovedInSphinx40Warning
except ImportError:
    RemovedInSphinx30Warning = DeprecationWarning
    RemovedInSphinx40Warning = DeprecationWarning

from bokeh.settings import settings
from bokeh.resources import Resources
from bokeh.document import Document
from bokeh.embed import autoload_static
from bokeh.util.string import decode_utf8
from bokeh.sphinxext.example_handler import ExampleHandler
from bokeh.sphinxext.templates import PLOT_PAGE

docs_cdn = settings.docs_cdn()
if docs_cdn is None:
    resources = Resources(mode="cdn")
    if docs_cdn == "local":
        # "BOKEH_DOCS_CDN=local" is used for building and displaying the docs locally
        resources = Resources(mode="server", root_url="/en/latest/")
    elif docs_cdn.startswith("test:"):
        # "BOKEH_DOCS_CDN=test:newthing" is used for building and deploying test docs to
        # a one-off location "en/newthing" on the docs site
        resources = Resources(
            mode="server", root_url="/en/%s/" % docs_cdn.split(":")[1])
        # Otherwise assume it is a dev/rc/full release version and use CDN for it
        resources = Resources(mode="cdn", version=docs_cdn)

CODING = re.compile(r"^# -\*- coding: (.*) -\*-$", re.M)

[docs]class PlotScriptError(SphinxError): """ Error during script parsing. :githublink:`%|py|120` """ category = 'PlotScript error'
[docs]def _process_script(source, filename, auxdir, js_name): # This is lame, but seems to be required for python 2 source = CODING.sub("", source) # quick and dirty way to inject Google API key if "GOOGLE_API_KEY" in source: run_source = source.replace("GOOGLE_API_KEY", GOOGLE_API_KEY) else: run_source = source c = ExampleHandler(source=run_source, filename=filename) d = Document() c.modify_document(d) if c.error: raise PlotScriptError(c.error_detail) script_path = join("/scripts", js_name).replace('<<string>>', 'string') js_path = join(auxdir, js_name).replace('<<string>>', 'string') js, script = autoload_static(d.roots[0], resources, script_path) if "IMPOSSIBLE:TOFIND" not in js_path: with open(js_path, "w") as f: f.write(js) else: logger = logging.getLogger( "[bokeh] unable to write '{0}'".format(js_path)) return (script, js, js_path, source)
[docs]class PlotScriptParser(Parser): """ This Parser recognizes .py files in the Sphinx source tree, assuming that they contain bokeh examples Note: it is important that the .py files are parsed first. This is accomplished by reordering the doc names in the env_before_read_docs callback. :githublink:`%|py|162` """ supported = ('python',)
[docs] def parse(self, source, document): """ Parse ``source``, write results to ``document``. :githublink:`%|py|169` """ # This is lame, but seems to be required for python 2 source = CODING.sub("", source) env = document.settings.env # e.g. full path to docs/user_guide/examples/layout_vertical filename = env.doc2path(env.docname) # This code splits the source into two parts: the docstring (or None if # there is not one), and the remaining source code after m = ast.parse(source) docstring = ast.get_docstring(m) if docstring is not None: lines = source.split("\n") lineno = m.body[0].lineno # assumes docstring is m.body[0] source = "\n".join(lines[lineno:]) js_name = "bokeh-plot-%s.js" % uuid4().hex (script, js, js_path, source) = _process_script( source, filename, env.bokeh_plot_auxdir, js_name) env.bokeh_plot_files[env.docname] = (script, js, js_path, source) rst = PLOT_PAGE.render(source=source, filename=basename(filename), docstring=docstring, script=script) document['bokeh_plot_include_bokehjs'] = True # can't use super, Sphinx Parser classes don't inherit object Parser.parse(self, rst, document)
[docs]class BokehPlotDirective(Directive): """ Sphinx directive. :githublink:`%|py|207` """ has_content = True optional_arguments = 2 option_spec = { 'source-position': lambda x: choice(x, ('below', 'above', 'none')), 'linenos': lambda x: True if flag(x) is None else False, } def run(self): env = self.state.document.settings.env app = # filename *or* python code content, but not both if self.arguments and self.content: raise SphinxError( "bokeh-plot:: directive can't have both args and content") # process inline examples here if self.content: source = '\n'.join(self.content) # need docname not to look like a path docname = env.docname.replace("/", "-") js_name = "bokeh-plot-%s-inline-%s.js" % (docname, uuid4().hex) # the code runner just needs a real path to cd to, this will do path = join(env.bokeh_plot_auxdir, js_name) (script, js, js_path, source) = _process_script( source, path, env.bokeh_plot_auxdir, js_name) env.bokeh_plot_files[js_name] = (script, js, js_path, source) # process example files here else: example_path = self.arguments[0][:-3] # remove the ".py" # if it's an "internal" example, the python parser has already handled it if example_path in env.bokeh_plot_files: (script, js, js_path, source) = env.bokeh_plot_files[example_path] # handle examples external to the docs source, e.g. gallery examples else: source = open(self.arguments[0]).read() source = decode_utf8(source) docname = env.docname.replace("/", "-") js_name = "bokeh-plot-%s-external-%s.js" % ( docname, uuid4().hex) (script, js, js_path, source) = _process_script( source, self.arguments[0], env.bokeh_plot_auxdir, js_name) env.bokeh_plot_files[js_name] = (script, js, js_path, source) # use the source file name to construct a friendly target_id target_id = "%s.%s" % (env.docname, basename(js_path)) target ='', '', ids=[target_id]) result = [target] linenos = self.options.get('linenos', False) code = nodes.literal_block( source, source, language="python", linenos=linenos, classes=[]) set_source_info(self, code) source_position = self.options.get('source-position', 'below') if source_position == "above": result += [code] result += [nodes.raw('', script, format="html")] if source_position == "below": result += [code] return result
def env_before_read_docs(app, env, docnames): docnames.sort(key=lambda x: 0 if "examples" in x else 1) for name in [x for x in docnames if env.doc2path(x).endswith(".py")]: if not name.startswith(tuple( env.found_docs.remove(name) docnames.remove(name) def builder_inited(app): app.env.bokeh_plot_auxdir = join(app.env.doctreedir, 'bokeh_plot') if app.env.srcdir is not None and "IMPOSSIBLE:TOFIND" not in app.env.srcdir: # sphinx/_build/doctrees/bokeh_plot ensuredir(app.env.bokeh_plot_auxdir) if not hasattr(app.env, 'bokeh_plot_files'): app.env.bokeh_plot_files = {}
[docs]def html_page_context(app, pagename, templatename, context, doctree): """ Add BokehJS to pages that contain plots. :githublink:`%|py|303` """ if doctree and doctree.get('bokeh_plot_include_bokehjs'): context['bokeh_css_files'] = resources.css_files context['bokeh_js_files'] = resources.js_files
def build_finished(app, exception): files = set() for (script, js, js_path, source) in app.env.bokeh_plot_files.values(): files.add(js_path) files_iter = status_iterator(sorted(files), 'copying bokeh-plot files... ', console.brown, len(files), lambda x: basename(x)) for file in files_iter: target = join(app.builder.outdir, "scripts", basename(file)) ensuredir(dirname(target)) try: copyfile(file, target) except OSError as e: raise SphinxError( 'cannot copy local file %r, reason: %s' % (file, e))
[docs]def env_purge_doc(app, env, docname): """ Remove local files for a given document. :githublink:`%|py|334` """ if docname in env.bokeh_plot_files: del env.bokeh_plot_files[docname]
[docs]def setup(app): """ sphinx config variable to scan .py files in provided directories only :githublink:`%|py|340` """ app.add_config_value('bokeh_plot_pyfile_include_dirs', [], 'html') with warnings.catch_warnings(): warnings.simplefilter("ignore", RemovedInSphinx30Warning) warnings.simplefilter("ignore", RemovedInSphinx40Warning) app.add_source_parser('.py', PlotScriptParser) app.add_directive('bokeh-plot', BokehPlotDirective) app.connect('env-before-read-docs', env_before_read_docs) app.connect('builder-inited', builder_inited) app.connect('html-page-context', html_page_context) app.connect('build-finished', build_finished) app.connect('env-purge-doc', env_purge_doc)