How to use the duecredit.log.lgr.warning function in duecredit

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mod = sys.modules[mod_name]
        except KeyError:
            lgr.warning("Failed to access module %s among sys.modules" % mod_name)

        # go through the known entries and register them within the collector, and
        # decorate corresponding methods
        # There could be multiple records per module
        for obj_path, obj_entry_records in iteritems(self._entry_records[mod_name]):
            parent, obj_name = None, None
            if obj_path:
                # so we point to an object within the mod
                    parent, obj_name, obj = find_object(mod, obj_path)
                except (KeyError, AttributeError) as e:
                    lgr.warning("Could not find %s in module %s: %s" % (obj_path, mod, e))

            # there could be multiple per func
            lgr.log(4, "Considering %d records for decoration of %s:%s", len(obj_entry_records), parent, obj_name)
            for obj_entry_record in obj_entry_records:
                entry = obj_entry_record['entry']
                # Add entry explicitly
                if obj_path:  # if not entire module -- decorate!
                    decorator = self._collector.dcite(entry.get_key(), **obj_entry_record['kwargs'])
                    lgr.debug("Decorating %s:%s with %s", parent, obj_name, decorator)
                    obj_decorated = decorator(obj)
                    setattr(parent, obj_name, obj_decorated)
                    # override previous obj with the decorated one if there are multiple decorators
                    obj = obj_decorated
github duecredit / duecredit / duecredit / View on Github external
if PY2:
                return doi.decode('utf-8')
            return doi

    # else -- fetch it
    headers = {'Accept': 'application/x-bibtex; charset=utf-8'}
    url = '' + doi
    while retries > 0:
        lgr.debug("Submitting GET to %s with headers %s", url, headers)
        r = requests.get(url, headers=headers)
        r.encoding = 'UTF-8'
        bibtex = r.text.strip()
        if bibtex.startswith('@'):
            # no more retries necessary
        lgr.warning("Failed to obtain bibtex from, retrying...")
        time.sleep(sleep)  # give some time to the server
        retries -= 1
    status_code = r.status_code
    if not bibtex.startswith('@'):
        raise ValueError('Query %(url)s for BibTeX for a DOI %(doi)s (wrong doi?) has failed. '
                         'Response code %(status_code)d. '
                         #'BibTeX response was: %(bibtex)s'
                         % locals())
    if not exists(cached):
        cache_dir = dirname(cached)
        if not exists(cache_dir):
        with open(cached, 'w') as f:
            if PY2:
github duecredit / duecredit / duecredit / injections / View on Github external
def deactivate(self):
        if not self._orig_import:
            lgr.warning("_orig_import is not yet known, so we haven't decorated default importer yet."
                        " Nothing TODO")
        if not self._active:  # pragma: no cover
            lgr.error("Must have not happened, but we will survive!")
        lgr.debug("Assigning original importer")
        __builtin__.__import__ = self._orig_import
        self._orig_import = None
        self._active = False