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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
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from __future__ import absolute_import
import collections
import sys
import time
from . import errors
class Wait(object):
"""An explicit conditional utility class for waiting until a condition
evaluates to true or not null.
This will repeatedly evaluate a condition in anticipation for a
truthy return value, or its timeout to expire, or its waiting
predicate to become true.
A `Wait` instance defines the maximum amount of time to wait for a
condition, as well as the frequency with which to check the
condition. Furthermore, the user may configure the wait to ignore
specific types of exceptions whilst waiting, such as
`errors.NoSuchElementException` when searching for an element on
the page.
def __init__(
"""Configure the Wait instance to have a custom timeout, interval, and
list of ignored exceptions. Optionally a different time
implementation than the one provided by the standard library
(time) can also be provided.
Sample usage::
# Wait 30 seconds for window to open, checking for its presence once
# every 5 seconds.
wait = Wait(marionette, timeout=30, interval=5,
window = wait.until(lambda m: m.switch_to_window(42))
:param marionette: The input value to be provided to
conditions, usually a Marionette instance.
:param timeout: How long to wait for the evaluated condition
to become true. The default timeout is
:param interval: How often the condition should be evaluated.
In reality the interval may be greater as the cost of
evaluating the condition function. If that is not the case the
interval for the next condition function call is shortend to keep
the original interval sequence as best as possible.
The default polling interval is `wait.DEFAULT_INTERVAL`.
:param ignored_exceptions: Ignore specific types of exceptions
whilst waiting for the condition. Any exceptions not
whitelisted will be allowed to propagate, terminating the
:param clock: Allows overriding the use of the runtime's
default time library. See `wait.SystemClock` for
implementation details.
self.marionette = marionette
self.timeout = timeout if timeout is not None else DEFAULT_TIMEOUT
self.interval = interval if interval is not None else DEFAULT_INTERVAL
self.clock = clock or SystemClock()
self.end = + self.timeout
exceptions = []
if ignored_exceptions is not None:
if isinstance(ignored_exceptions, collections.Iterable):
self.exceptions = tuple(set(exceptions))
def until(self, condition, is_true=None, message=""):
"""Repeatedly runs condition until its return value evaluates to true,
or its timeout expires or the predicate evaluates to true.
This will poll at the given interval until the given timeout
is reached, or the predicate or conditions returns true. A
condition that returns null or does not evaluate to true will
fully elapse its timeout before raising an
If an exception is raised in the condition function and it's
not ignored, this function will raise immediately. If the
exception is ignored, it will continue polling for the
condition until it returns successfully or a
`TimeoutException` is raised.
:param condition: A callable function whose return value will
be returned by this function if it evaluates to true.
:param is_true: An optional predicate that will terminate and
return when it evaluates to False. It should be a
function that will be passed clock and an end time. The
default predicate will terminate a wait when the clock
elapses the timeout.
:param message: An optional message to include in the
exception's message if this function times out.
rv = None
last_exc = None
until = is_true or until_pred
start =
while not until(self.clock, self.end):
next = + self.interval
rv = condition(self.marionette)
except (KeyboardInterrupt, SystemExit):
except self.exceptions:
last_exc = sys.exc_info()
# Re-adjust the interval depending on how long the callback
# took to evaluate the condition
interval_new = max(next -, 0)
if not rv:
if rv is not None:
return rv
if message:
message = " with message: {}".format(message)
raise errors.TimeoutException(
# pylint: disable=W1633
"Timed out after {0:.1f} seconds{1}".format(
float(round(( - start), 1)), message if message else ""
def until_pred(clock, end):
return >= end
class SystemClock(object):
def __init__(self):
self._time = time
def sleep(self, duration):
def now(self):
return self._time.time()