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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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Utility functions for the glean_parser-based code generator
import copy
from typing import Dict, List, Tuple
from glean_parser import util
def generate_ping_ids(objs):
Return a lookup function for ping IDs per ping name.
:param objs: A tree of objects as returned from `parser.parse_objects`.
if "pings" not in objs:
def no_ping_ids_for_you():
assert False
return no_ping_ids_for_you
# Ping ID 0 is reserved (but unused) right now.
ping_id = 1
ping_id_mapping = {}
for ping_name in objs["pings"].keys():
ping_id_mapping[ping_name] = ping_id
ping_id += 1
return lambda ping_name: ping_id_mapping[ping_name]
def generate_metric_ids(objs):
Return a lookup function for metric IDs per metric object.
:param objs: A tree of metrics as returned from `parser.parse_objects`.
# Metric ID 0 is reserved (but unused) right now.
metric_id = 1
# Mapping from a tuple of (category name, metric name) to the metric's numeric ID
metric_id_mapping = {}
for category_name, metrics in objs.items():
for metric in metrics.values():
metric_id_mapping[(category_name,] = metric_id
metric_id += 1
return lambda metric: metric_id_mapping[(metric.category,]
def get_metrics(objs):
Returns *just* the metrics in a set of Glean objects
ret = copy.copy(objs)
for category in ["pings", "tags"]:
if ret.get(category):
del ret[category]
return ret
def type_ids_and_categories(objs) -> Tuple[Dict[str, Tuple[int, List[str]]], List[str]]:
Iterates over the metrics in objs, constructing two metadata structures:
- metric_types: Dict[str, Tuple[int, List[str]]] - map from a metric
type (snake_case) to its metric type id and ordered list of arguments.
- categories: List[str] - category names (snake_case)
Is stable across invocations: Will generate same ids for same objs.
(If it doesn't, JOG's factory disagreeing with GleanJSMetricsLookup
will break the build).
Uses the same order of metric args set out in glean_parser.util's
common_metric_args and extra_metric_args.
(If it didn't, it would supply args in the wrong order to metric type
constructors with multiple extra args (e.g. custom_distribution)).
metric_type_ids = {}
categories = []
for category_name, objs in get_metrics(objs).items():
for metric in objs.values():
if metric.type not in metric_type_ids:
type_id = len(metric_type_ids) + 1
args = util.common_metric_args.copy()
for arg_name in util.extra_metric_args:
if hasattr(metric, arg_name):
metric_type_ids[metric.type] = {"id": type_id, "args": args}
return (metric_type_ids, categories)