Source code for pywikibot._wbtypes

"""Wikibase data type classes."""
#
# (C) Pywikibot team, 2013-2024
#
# Distributed under the terms of the MIT license.
#
from __future__ import annotations

import abc
import datetime
import json
import math
import re
from decimal import Decimal
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any

import pywikibot
from pywikibot import exceptions
from pywikibot.logging import warning
from pywikibot.time import Timestamp
from pywikibot.tools import remove_last_args


if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from pywikibot.site import APISite, BaseSite, DataSite

    ItemPageStrNoneType = str | pywikibot.ItemPage | None
    ToDecimalType = int | float | str | Decimal | None


__all__ = (
    'Coordinate',
    'WbGeoShape',
    'WbMonolingualText',
    'WbQuantity',
    'WbTabularData',
    'WbTime',
    'WbUnknown',
)


class WbRepresentation(abc.ABC):

    """Abstract class for Wikibase representations."""

    @abc.abstractmethod
    def __init__(self) -> None:
        """Constructor."""
        raise NotImplementedError

    @abc.abstractmethod
    def toWikibase(self) -> Any:
        """Convert representation to JSON for the Wikibase API."""
        raise NotImplementedError

    @classmethod
    @abc.abstractmethod
    def fromWikibase(
        cls,
        data: dict[str, Any],
        site: DataSite | None = None,
    ) -> WbRepresentation:
        """Create a representation object based on JSON from Wikibase API."""
        raise NotImplementedError

    def __str__(self) -> str:
        return json.dumps(self.toWikibase(), indent=4, sort_keys=True,
                          separators=(',', ': '))

    def __repr__(self) -> str:
        assert isinstance(self._items, tuple)
        assert all(isinstance(item, str) for item in self._items)

        values = ((attr, getattr(self, attr)) for attr in self._items)
        attrs = ', '.join(f'{attr}={value}'
                          for attr, value in values)
        return f'{self.__class__.__name__}({attrs})'

    def __eq__(self, other: object) -> bool:
        if isinstance(other, self.__class__):
            return self.toWikibase() == other.toWikibase()
        return NotImplemented

    def __hash__(self) -> int:
        return hash(frozenset(self.toWikibase().items()))

    def __ne__(self, other: object) -> bool:
        return not self.__eq__(other)


[docs] class Coordinate(WbRepresentation): """Class for handling and storing Coordinates.""" _items = ('lat', 'lon', 'entity') def __init__(self, lat: float, lon: float, alt: float | None = None, precision: float | None = None, globe: str | None = None, typ: str = '', name: str = '', dim: int | None = None, site: DataSite | None = None, globe_item: ItemPageStrNoneType = None, primary: bool = False) -> None: """ Represent a geo coordinate. :param lat: Latitude :param lon: Longitude :param alt: Altitude :param precision: precision :param globe: Which globe the point is on :param typ: The type of coordinate point :param name: The name :param dim: Dimension (in meters) :param site: The Wikibase site :param globe_item: The Wikibase item for the globe, or the entity URI of this Wikibase item. Takes precedence over 'globe' if present. :param primary: True for a primary set of coordinates """ self.lat = lat self.lon = lon self.alt = alt self._precision = precision self._entity = globe_item self.type = typ self.name = name self._dim = dim self.site = site or pywikibot.Site().data_repository() self.primary = primary if globe: globe = globe.lower() elif not globe_item: globe = self.site.default_globe() self.globe = globe @property def entity(self) -> str: """Return the entity uri of the globe.""" if not self._entity: if self.globe not in self.site.globes(): raise exceptions.CoordinateGlobeUnknownError( f'{self.globe} is not supported in Wikibase yet.') return self.site.globes()[self.globe] if isinstance(self._entity, pywikibot.ItemPage): return self._entity.concept_uri() return self._entity
[docs] def toWikibase(self) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Export the data to a JSON object for the Wikibase API. FIXME: Should this be in the DataSite object? :return: Wikibase JSON """ return {'latitude': self.lat, 'longitude': self.lon, 'altitude': self.alt, 'globe': self.entity, 'precision': self.precision, }
[docs] @classmethod def fromWikibase(cls, data: dict[str, Any], site: DataSite | None = None) -> Coordinate: """ Constructor to create an object from Wikibase's JSON output. :param data: Wikibase JSON :param site: The Wikibase site """ if site is None: site = pywikibot.Site().data_repository() globe = None if data['globe']: globes = {entity: name for name, entity in site.globes().items()} globe = globes.get(data['globe']) return cls(data['latitude'], data['longitude'], data['altitude'], data['precision'], globe, site=site, globe_item=data['globe'])
@property def precision(self) -> float | None: """Return the precision of the geo coordinate. The precision is calculated if the Coordinate does not have a precision, and self._dim is set. When no precision and no self._dim exists, None is returned. The biggest error (in degrees) will be given by the longitudinal error; the same error in meters becomes larger (in degrees) further up north. We can thus ignore the latitudinal error. The longitudinal can be derived as follows: In small angle approximation (and thus in radians): :math:`M{Δλ ≈ Δpos / r_φ}`, where :math:`r_φ` is the radius of earth at the given latitude. :math:`Δλ` is the error in longitude. :math:`M{r_φ = r cos(φ)}`, where :math:`r` is the radius of earth, :math:`φ` the latitude Therefore: .. code-block:: python precision = math.degrees( self._dim / (radius * math.cos(math.radians(self.lat)))) """ if self._dim is None and self._precision is None: return None if self._precision is None and self._dim is not None: radius = 6378137 # TODO: Support other globes self._precision = math.degrees( self._dim / (radius * math.cos(math.radians(self.lat)))) return self._precision @precision.setter def precision(self, value: float) -> None: self._precision = value
[docs] def precisionToDim(self) -> int | None: """ Convert precision from Wikibase to GeoData's dim and return the latter. dim is calculated if the Coordinate doesn't have a dimension, and precision is set. When neither dim nor precision are set, ValueError is thrown. Carrying on from the earlier derivation of precision, since .. code-block:: precision = math.degrees( dim / (radius * math.cos(math.radians(self.lat)))) we get: .. code-block:: python dim = math.radians( precision) * radius * math.cos(math.radians(self.lat)) But this is not valid, since it returns a float value for dim which is an integer. We must round it off to the nearest integer. Therefore:: dim = int(round(math.radians( precision)*radius*math.cos(math.radians(self.lat)))) """ if self._dim is None and self._precision is None: raise ValueError('No values set for dim or precision') if self._dim is None and self._precision is not None: radius = 6378137 self._dim = int( round( math.radians(self._precision) * radius * math.cos( math.radians(self.lat)) ) ) return self._dim
[docs] def get_globe_item(self, repo: DataSite | None = None, lazy_load: bool = False) -> pywikibot.ItemPage: """ Return the ItemPage corresponding to the globe. Note that the globe need not be in the same data repository as the Coordinate itself. A successful lookup is stored as an internal value to avoid the need for repeated lookups. :param repo: the Wikibase site for the globe, if different from that provided with the Coordinate. :param lazy_load: Do not raise NoPage if ItemPage does not exist. :return: pywikibot.ItemPage """ if isinstance(self._entity, pywikibot.ItemPage): return self._entity repo = repo or self.site return pywikibot.ItemPage.from_entity_uri(repo, self.entity, lazy_load)
[docs] class WbTime(WbRepresentation): """A Wikibase time representation. Make a WbTime object from the current time: .. code-block:: python current_ts = pywikibot.Timestamp.now() wbtime = pywikibot.WbTime.fromTimestamp(current_ts) For converting python datetime objects to WbTime objects, see :class:`pywikibot.Timestamp` and :meth:`fromTimestamp`. """ PRECISION = {'1000000000': 0, '100000000': 1, '10000000': 2, '1000000': 3, '100000': 4, '10000': 5, 'millenia': 6, 'century': 7, 'decade': 8, 'year': 9, 'month': 10, 'day': 11, 'hour': 12, 'minute': 13, 'second': 14 } FORMATSTR = '{0:+012d}-{1:02d}-{2:02d}T{3:02d}:{4:02d}:{5:02d}Z' _items = ('year', 'month', 'day', 'hour', 'minute', 'second', 'precision', 'before', 'after', 'timezone', 'calendarmodel') _month_offset = { 1: 0, 2: 31, # Jan -> Feb: 31 days 3: 59, # Feb -> Mar: 28 days, plus 31 days in Jan -> Feb 4: 90, # Mar -> Apr: 31 days, plus 59 days in Jan -> Mar 5: 120, # Apr -> May: 30 days, plus 90 days in Jan -> Apr 6: 151, # May -> Jun: 31 days, plus 120 days in Jan -> May 7: 181, # Jun -> Jul: 30 days, plus 151 days in Jan -> Jun 8: 212, # Jul -> Aug: 31 days, plus 181 days in Jan -> Jul 9: 243, # Aug -> Sep: 31 days, plus 212 days in Jan -> Aug 10: 273, # Sep -> Oct: 30 days, plus 243 days in Jan -> Sep 11: 304, # Oct -> Nov: 31 days, plus 273 days in Jan -> Oct 12: 334, # Nov -> Dec: 30 days, plus 304 days in Jan -> Nov } def __init__(self, year: int | None = None, month: int | None = None, day: int | None = None, hour: int | None = None, minute: int | None = None, second: int | None = None, precision: int | str | None = None, before: int = 0, after: int = 0, timezone: int = 0, calendarmodel: str | None = None, site: DataSite | None = None) -> None: """Create a new WbTime object. The precision can be set by the Wikibase int value (0-14) or by a human readable string, e.g., ``hour``. If no precision is given, it is set according to the given time units. Timezone information is given in three different ways depending on the time: * Times after the implementation of UTC (1972): as an offset from UTC in minutes; * Times before the implementation of UTC: the offset of the time zone from universal time; * Before the implementation of time zones: The longitude of the place of the event, in the range −180° to 180°, multiplied by 4 to convert to minutes. .. note:: **Comparison information:** When using the greater than or equal to operator, or the less than or equal to operator, two different time objects with the same UTC time after factoring in timezones are considered equal. However, the equality operator will return false if the timezone is different. :param year: The year as a signed integer of between 1 and 16 digits. :param month: Month of the timestamp, if it exists. :param day: Day of the timestamp, if it exists. :param hour: Hour of the timestamp, if it exists. :param minute: Minute of the timestamp, if it exists. :param second: Second of the timestamp, if it exists. :param precision: The unit of the precision of the time. :param before: Number of units after the given time it could be, if uncertain. The unit is given by the precision. :param after: Number of units before the given time it could be, if uncertain. The unit is given by the precision. :param timezone: Timezone information in minutes. :param calendarmodel: URI identifying the calendar model. :param site: The Wikibase site. If not provided, retrieves the data repository from the default site from user-config.py. Only used if calendarmodel is not given. """ if year is None: raise ValueError('no year given') self.precision = self.PRECISION['year'] if month is not None: self.precision = self.PRECISION['month'] else: month = 1 if day is not None: self.precision = self.PRECISION['day'] else: day = 1 if hour is not None: self.precision = self.PRECISION['hour'] else: hour = 0 if minute is not None: self.precision = self.PRECISION['minute'] else: minute = 0 if second is not None: self.precision = self.PRECISION['second'] else: second = 0 self.year = year self.month = month self.day = day self.hour = hour self.minute = minute self.second = second self.after = after self.before = before self.timezone = timezone if calendarmodel is None: if site is None: site = pywikibot.Site().data_repository() if site is None: raise ValueError( f'Site {pywikibot.Site()} has no data repository') calendarmodel = site.calendarmodel() self.calendarmodel = calendarmodel # if precision is given it overwrites the autodetection above if precision is not None: if (isinstance(precision, int) and precision in self.PRECISION.values()): self.precision = precision elif precision in self.PRECISION: assert isinstance(precision, str) self.precision = self.PRECISION[precision] else: raise ValueError(f'Invalid precision: "{precision}"') def _getSecondsAdjusted(self) -> int: """Return an internal representation of the time object as seconds. The value adjusts itself for timezones. It is not compatible with before/after. This value should *only* be used for comparisons, and its value may change without warning. .. versionadded:: 8.0 :return: An integer roughly representing the number of seconds since January 1, 0000 AD, adjusted for leap years. """ # This function ignores leap seconds. Since it is not required # to correlate to an actual UNIX timestamp, this is acceptable. # We are always required to have a year. elapsed_seconds = int(self.year * 365.25 * 24 * 60 * 60) if self.month > 1: elapsed_seconds += self._month_offset[self.month] * 24 * 60 * 60 # The greogrian calendar if (self.calendarmodel == 'http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q1985727' and (self.year % 400 == 0 or (self.year % 4 == 0 and self.year % 100 != 0) and self.month > 2)): elapsed_seconds += 24 * 60 * 60 # Leap year # The julian calendar if (self.calendarmodel == 'http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q1985786' and self.year % 4 == 0 and self.month > 2): elapsed_seconds += 24 * 60 * 60 if self.day > 1: # Days start at 1, not 0. elapsed_seconds += (self.day - 1) * 24 * 60 * 60 elapsed_seconds += self.hour * 60 * 60 elapsed_seconds += self.minute * 60 elapsed_seconds += self.second if self.timezone is not None: # See T325866 elapsed_seconds -= self.timezone * 60 return elapsed_seconds def __lt__(self, other: object) -> bool: """Compare if self is less than other. .. versionadded:: 8.0 """ if isinstance(other, WbTime): return self._getSecondsAdjusted() < other._getSecondsAdjusted() return NotImplemented def __le__(self, other: object) -> bool: """Compare if self is less equals other. .. versionadded:: 8.0 """ if isinstance(other, WbTime): return self._getSecondsAdjusted() <= other._getSecondsAdjusted() return NotImplemented def __gt__(self, other: object) -> bool: """Compare if self is greater than other. .. versionadded:: 8.0 """ if isinstance(other, WbTime): return self._getSecondsAdjusted() > other._getSecondsAdjusted() return NotImplemented def __ge__(self, other: object) -> bool: """Compare if self is greater equals other. .. versionadded:: 8.0 """ if isinstance(other, WbTime): return self._getSecondsAdjusted() >= other._getSecondsAdjusted() return NotImplemented
[docs] def equal_instant(self, other: WbTime) -> bool: """Checks if the two times represent the same instant in time. This is different from the equality operator, which will return false for two times that are the same number of UTC seconds, but with different timezone information. For example, a time with at 10:00 UTC-5 would return false if checked with == with a time at 15:00 UTC, but would return true with this method. .. versionadded:: 9.0 """ return self._getSecondsAdjusted() == other._getSecondsAdjusted()
[docs] @classmethod def fromTimestr(cls, datetimestr: str, precision: int | str = 14, before: int = 0, after: int = 0, timezone: int = 0, calendarmodel: str | None = None, site: DataSite | None = None) -> WbTime: """Create a new WbTime object from a UTC date/time string. The timestamp differs from ISO 8601 in that: * The year is always signed and having between 1 and 16 digits; * The month, day and time are zero if they are unknown; * The Z is discarded since time zone is determined from the timezone param. :param datetimestr: Timestamp in a format resembling ISO 8601, e.g. +2013-01-01T00:00:00Z :param precision: The unit of the precision of the time. Defaults to 14 (second). :param before: Number of units after the given time it could be, if uncertain. The unit is given by the precision. :param after: Number of units before the given time it could be, if uncertain. The unit is given by the precision. :param timezone: Timezone information in minutes. :param calendarmodel: URI identifying the calendar model. :param site: The Wikibase site. If not provided, retrieves the data repository from the default site from user-config.py. Only used if calendarmodel is not given. """ match = re.match(r'([-+]?\d+)-(\d+)-(\d+)T(\d+):(\d+):(\d+)Z', datetimestr) if not match: raise ValueError(f"Invalid format: '{datetimestr}'") t = match.groups() return cls(int(t[0]), int(t[1]), int(t[2]), int(t[3]), int(t[4]), int(t[5]), precision, before, after, timezone, calendarmodel, site)
[docs] @classmethod def fromTimestamp(cls, timestamp: Timestamp, precision: int | str = 14, before: int = 0, after: int = 0, timezone: int = 0, calendarmodel: str | None = None, site: DataSite | None = None, copy_timezone: bool = False) -> WbTime: """Create a new WbTime object from a pywikibot.Timestamp. .. versionchanged:: 8.0 Added *copy_timezone* parameter. :param timestamp: Timestamp :param precision: The unit of the precision of the time. Defaults to 14 (second). :param before: Number of units after the given time it could be, if uncertain. The unit is given by the precision. :param after: Number of units before the given time it could be, if uncertain. The unit is given by the precision. :param timezone: Timezone information in minutes. :param calendarmodel: URI identifying the calendar model. :param site: The Wikibase site. If not provided, retrieves the data repository from the default site from user-config.py. Only used if calendarmodel is not given. :param copy_timezone: Whether to copy the timezone from the timestamp if it has timezone information. Defaults to False to maintain backwards compatibility. If a timezone is given, timezone information is discarded. """ if not timezone and timestamp.tzinfo and copy_timezone: timezone = int(timestamp.utcoffset().total_seconds() / 60) return cls.fromTimestr(timestamp.isoformat(), precision=precision, before=before, after=after, timezone=timezone, calendarmodel=calendarmodel, site=site)
[docs] def normalize(self) -> WbTime: """Normalizes the WbTime object to account for precision. Normalization is needed because WbTime objects can have hidden values that affect naive comparisons, such as an object set to a precision of YEAR but containing a month and day value. This function returns a new normalized object and does not do any modification in place. Normalization will delete timezone information if the precision is less than or equal to DAY. Note: Normalized WbTime objects can only be compared to other normalized WbTime objects of the same precision. Normalization might make a WbTime object that was less than another WbTime object before normalization, greater than it after normalization, or vice versa. """ year = self.year # This is going to get messy. if self.PRECISION['1000000000'] <= self.precision <= self.PRECISION['10000']: # noqa: E501 # 1000000000 == 10^9 power_of_10 = 10 ** (9 - self.precision) # Wikidata rounds the number based on the first non-decimal digit. # Python's round function will round -15.5 to -16, and +15.5 to +16 # so we don't need to do anything complicated like the other # examples. year = round(year / power_of_10) * power_of_10 elif self.precision == self.PRECISION['millenia']: # Similar situation with centuries year_float = year / 1000 if year_float < 0: year = math.floor(year_float) else: year = math.ceil(year_float) year *= 1000 elif self.precision == self.PRECISION['century']: # For century, -1301 is the same century as -1400 but not -1401. # Similar for 1901 and 2000 vs 2001. year_float = year / 100 if year_float < 0: year = math.floor(year_float) else: year = math.ceil(year_float) year *= 100 elif self.precision == self.PRECISION['decade']: # For decade, -1340 is the same decade as -1349 but not -1350. # Similar for 2010 and 2019 vs 2020 year_float = year / 10 year = math.trunc(year_float) year *= 10 kwargs = { 'precision': self.precision, 'before': self.before, 'after': self.after, 'calendarmodel': self.calendarmodel, 'year': year } if self.precision >= self.PRECISION['month']: kwargs['month'] = self.month if self.precision >= self.PRECISION['day']: kwargs['day'] = self.day if self.precision >= self.PRECISION['hour']: # See T326693 kwargs['timezone'] = self.timezone kwargs['hour'] = self.hour if self.precision >= self.PRECISION['minute']: kwargs['minute'] = self.minute if self.precision >= self.PRECISION['second']: kwargs['second'] = self.second return type(self)(**kwargs)
[docs] @remove_last_args(['normalize']) # since 8.2.0 def toTimestr(self, force_iso: bool = False) -> str: """Convert the data to a UTC date/time string. .. seealso:: :meth:`fromTimestr` for differences between output with and without *force_iso* parameter. .. versionchanged:: 8.0 *normalize* parameter was added. .. versionchanged:: 8.2 *normalize* parameter was removed due to :phab:`T340495` and :phab:`T57755` :param force_iso: whether the output should be forced to ISO 8601 :return: Timestamp in a format resembling ISO 8601 """ if force_iso: return Timestamp._ISO8601Format_new.format( self.year, max(1, self.month), max(1, self.day), self.hour, self.minute, self.second) return self.FORMATSTR.format(self.year, self.month, self.day, self.hour, self.minute, self.second)
[docs] def toTimestamp(self, timezone_aware: bool = False) -> Timestamp: """ Convert the data to a pywikibot.Timestamp. .. versionchanged:: 8.0.1 *timezone_aware* parameter was added. :param timezone_aware: Whether the timezone should be passed to the Timestamp object. :raises ValueError: instance value cannot be represented using Timestamp """ if self.year <= 0: raise ValueError('You cannot turn BC dates into a Timestamp') ts = Timestamp.fromISOformat( self.toTimestr(force_iso=True).lstrip('+')) if timezone_aware: ts = ts.replace(tzinfo=datetime.timezone( datetime.timedelta(minutes=self.timezone))) return ts
[docs] @remove_last_args(['normalize']) # since 8.2.0 def toWikibase(self) -> dict[str, Any]: """Convert the data to a JSON object for the Wikibase API. .. versionchanged:: 8.0 *normalize* parameter was added. .. versionchanged:: 8.2 *normalize* parameter was removed due to :phab:`T340495` and :phab:`T57755` :return: Wikibase JSON """ json = {'time': self.toTimestr(), 'precision': self.precision, 'after': self.after, 'before': self.before, 'timezone': self.timezone, 'calendarmodel': self.calendarmodel } return json
[docs] @classmethod def fromWikibase(cls, data: dict[str, Any], site: DataSite | None = None) -> WbTime: """ Create a WbTime from the JSON data given by the Wikibase API. :param data: Wikibase JSON :param site: The Wikibase site. If not provided, retrieves the data repository from the default site from user-config.py. """ return cls.fromTimestr(data['time'], data['precision'], data['before'], data['after'], data['timezone'], data['calendarmodel'], site)
[docs] class WbQuantity(WbRepresentation): """A Wikibase quantity representation.""" _items = ('amount', 'upperBound', 'lowerBound', 'unit') @staticmethod def _require_errors(site: DataSite | None) -> bool: """ Check if Wikibase site is so old it requires error bounds to be given. If no site item is supplied it raises a warning and returns True. :param site: The Wikibase site """ if not site: warning( "WbQuantity now expects a 'site' parameter. This is needed to " 'ensure correct handling of error bounds.') return False return site.mw_version < '1.29.0-wmf.2' @staticmethod def _todecimal(value: ToDecimalType) -> Decimal | None: """ Convert a string to a Decimal for use in WbQuantity. None value is returned as is. :param value: decimal number to convert """ if isinstance(value, Decimal): return value if value is None: return None return Decimal(str(value)) @staticmethod def _fromdecimal(value: Decimal | None) -> str | None: """ Convert a Decimal to a string representation suitable for WikiBase. None value is returned as is. :param value: decimal number to convert """ return format(value, '+g') if value is not None else None def __init__( self, amount: ToDecimalType, unit: ItemPageStrNoneType = None, error: ToDecimalType | tuple[ToDecimalType, ToDecimalType] = None, site: DataSite | None = None, ) -> None: """ Create a new WbQuantity object. :param amount: number representing this quantity :param unit: the Wikibase item for the unit or the entity URI of this Wikibase item. :param error: the uncertainty of the amount (e.g. ±1) :param site: The Wikibase site """ if amount is None: raise ValueError('no amount given') self.amount = self._todecimal(amount) self._unit = unit self.site = site or pywikibot.Site().data_repository() # also allow entity URIs to be provided via unit parameter if isinstance(unit, str) \ and not unit.startswith(('http://', 'https://')): raise ValueError("'unit' must be an ItemPage or entity uri.") if error is None and not self._require_errors(site): self.upperBound = self.lowerBound = None else: if error is None: upper_error: Decimal | None = Decimal(0) lower_error: Decimal | None = Decimal(0) elif isinstance(error, tuple): upper_error = self._todecimal(error[0]) lower_error = self._todecimal(error[1]) else: upper_error = lower_error = self._todecimal(error) assert upper_error is not None and lower_error is not None assert self.amount is not None self.upperBound = self.amount + upper_error self.lowerBound = self.amount - lower_error @property def unit(self) -> str: """Return _unit's entity uri or '1' if _unit is None.""" if isinstance(self._unit, pywikibot.ItemPage): return self._unit.concept_uri() return self._unit or '1'
[docs] def get_unit_item(self, repo: DataSite | None = None, lazy_load: bool = False) -> pywikibot.ItemPage: """ Return the ItemPage corresponding to the unit. Note that the unit need not be in the same data repository as the WbQuantity itself. A successful lookup is stored as an internal value to avoid the need for repeated lookups. :param repo: the Wikibase site for the unit, if different from that provided with the WbQuantity. :param lazy_load: Do not raise NoPage if ItemPage does not exist. :return: pywikibot.ItemPage """ if not isinstance(self._unit, str): return self._unit repo = repo or self.site self._unit = pywikibot.ItemPage.from_entity_uri( repo, self._unit, lazy_load) return self._unit
[docs] def toWikibase(self) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Convert the data to a JSON object for the Wikibase API. :return: Wikibase JSON """ json = {'amount': self._fromdecimal(self.amount), 'upperBound': self._fromdecimal(self.upperBound), 'lowerBound': self._fromdecimal(self.lowerBound), 'unit': self.unit } return json
[docs] @classmethod def fromWikibase(cls, data: dict[str, Any], site: DataSite | None = None) -> WbQuantity: """ Create a WbQuantity from the JSON data given by the Wikibase API. :param data: Wikibase JSON :param site: The Wikibase site """ amount = cls._todecimal(data['amount']) upper_bound = cls._todecimal(data.get('upperBound')) lower_bound = cls._todecimal(data.get('lowerBound')) bounds_provided = (upper_bound is not None and lower_bound is not None) error = None if bounds_provided or cls._require_errors(site): error = (upper_bound - amount, amount - lower_bound) if data['unit'] == '1': unit = None else: unit = data['unit'] return cls(amount, unit, error, site)
[docs] class WbMonolingualText(WbRepresentation): """A Wikibase monolingual text representation.""" _items = ('text', 'language') def __init__(self, text: str, language: str) -> None: """ Create a new WbMonolingualText object. :param text: text string :param language: language code of the string """ if not text or not language: raise ValueError('text and language cannot be empty') self.text = text self.language = language
[docs] def toWikibase(self) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Convert the data to a JSON object for the Wikibase API. :return: Wikibase JSON """ json = {'text': self.text, 'language': self.language } return json
[docs] @classmethod def fromWikibase(cls, data: dict[str, Any], site: DataSite | None = None) -> WbMonolingualText: """ Create a WbMonolingualText from the JSON data given by Wikibase API. :param data: Wikibase JSON :param site: The Wikibase site """ return cls(data['text'], data['language'])
class WbDataPage(WbRepresentation): """An abstract Wikibase representation for data pages. .. warning:: Perhaps a temporary implementation until :phab:`T162336` has been resolved. .. note:: that this class cannot be used directly. """ _items = ('page', ) @classmethod @abc.abstractmethod def _get_data_site(cls, repo_site: DataSite) -> APISite: """ Return the site serving as a repository for a given data type. .. note:: implemented in the extended class. :param repo_site: The Wikibase site """ raise NotImplementedError @classmethod @abc.abstractmethod def _get_type_specifics(cls, site: DataSite) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Return the specifics for a given data type. .. note:: Must be implemented in the extended class. The dict should have three keys: * ending: str, required filetype-like ending in page titles. * label: str, describing the data type for use in error messages. * data_site: APISite, site serving as a repository for the given data type. :param site: The Wikibase site """ raise NotImplementedError @staticmethod def _validate(page: pywikibot.Page, data_site: BaseSite, ending: str, label: str) -> None: """ Validate the provided page against general and type specific rules. :param page: Page containing the data. :param data_site: The site serving as a repository for the given data type. :param ending: Required filetype-like ending in page titles. E.g. '.map' :param label: Label describing the data type in error messages. """ if not isinstance(page, pywikibot.Page): raise ValueError(f'Page {page} must be a pywikibot.Page object ' f'not a {type(page)}.') # validate page exists if not page.exists(): raise ValueError(f'Page {page} must exist.') # validate page is on the right site, and that site supports the type if not data_site: raise ValueError( f'The provided site does not support {label}.') if page.site != data_site: raise ValueError( f'Page must be on the {label} repository site.') # validate page title fulfills hard-coded Wikibase requirement # pcre regexp: '/^Data:[^\\[\\]#\\\:{|}]+\.map$/u' for geo-shape # pcre regexp: '/^Data:[^\\[\\]#\\\:{|}]+\.tab$/u' for tabular-data # As we have already checked for existence the following simplified # check should be enough. if not page.title().startswith('Data:') \ or not page.title().endswith(ending): raise ValueError( "Page must be in 'Data:' namespace and end in '{}' " 'for {}.'.format(ending, label)) def __init__(self, page: pywikibot.Page, site: DataSite | None = None) -> None: """Create a new WbDataPage object. :param page: page containing the data :param site: The Wikibase site """ site = site or page.site.data_repository() specifics = type(self)._get_type_specifics(site) WbDataPage._validate(page, specifics['data_site'], specifics['ending'], specifics['label']) self.page = page def __hash__(self) -> int: """Override super.hash() as toWikibase is a string for WbDataPage.""" return hash(self.toWikibase()) def toWikibase(self) -> str: """ Convert the data to the value required by the Wikibase API. :return: title of the data page incl. namespace """ return self.page.title() @classmethod def fromWikibase(cls, page_name: str, site: DataSite | None) -> WbDataPage: """Create a WbDataPage from the JSON data given by the Wikibase API. :param page_name: page name from Wikibase value :param site: The Wikibase site """ # TODO: This method signature does not match our parent class (which # takes a dictionary argument rather than a string). We should either # change this method's signature or rename this method. data_site = cls._get_data_site(site) page = pywikibot.Page(data_site, page_name) return cls(page, site)
[docs] class WbGeoShape(WbDataPage): """A Wikibase geo-shape representation.""" @classmethod def _get_data_site(cls, site: DataSite) -> APISite: """ Return the site serving as a geo-shape repository. :param site: The Wikibase site """ return site.geo_shape_repository() @classmethod def _get_type_specifics(cls, site: DataSite) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Return the specifics for WbGeoShape. :param site: The Wikibase site """ specifics = { 'ending': '.map', 'label': 'geo-shape', 'data_site': cls._get_data_site(site) } return specifics
[docs] class WbTabularData(WbDataPage): """A Wikibase tabular-data representation.""" @classmethod def _get_data_site(cls, site: DataSite) -> APISite: """ Return the site serving as a tabular-data repository. :param site: The Wikibase site """ return site.tabular_data_repository() @classmethod def _get_type_specifics(cls, site: DataSite) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Return the specifics for WbTabularData. :param site: The Wikibase site """ specifics = { 'ending': '.tab', 'label': 'tabular-data', 'data_site': cls._get_data_site(site) } return specifics
[docs] class WbUnknown(WbRepresentation): """ A Wikibase representation for unknown data type. This will prevent the bot from breaking completely when a new type is introduced. This data type is just a json container .. versionadded:: 3.0 """ _items = ('json',) def __init__(self, json: dict[str, Any]) -> None: """ Create a new WbUnknown object. :param json: Wikibase JSON """ self.json = json
[docs] def toWikibase(self) -> dict[str, Any]: """ Return the JSON object for the Wikibase API. :return: Wikibase JSON """ return self.json
[docs] @classmethod def fromWikibase(cls, data: dict[str, Any], site: DataSite | None = None) -> WbUnknown: """ Create a WbUnknown from the JSON data given by the Wikibase API. :param data: Wikibase JSON :param site: The Wikibase site """ return cls(data)