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Source code for redbot.core.drivers

import enum
from typing import Optional, Type

from .. import data_manager
from .base import IdentifierData, BaseDriver, ConfigCategory
from .json import JsonDriver
from .postgres import PostgresDriver

__all__ = [

[docs]class BackendType(enum.Enum): """Represents storage backend type.""" #: JSON storage backend. JSON = "JSON" #: Postgres storage backend. POSTGRES = "Postgres" # Dead drivers below retained for error handling. MONGOV1 = "MongoDB" MONGO = "MongoDBV2"
_DRIVER_CLASSES = {BackendType.JSON: JsonDriver, BackendType.POSTGRES: PostgresDriver} def _get_driver_class_include_old(storage_type: Optional[BackendType] = None) -> Type[BaseDriver]: """ ONLY for use in CLI for moving data away from a no longer supported backend """ if storage_type and storage_type == BackendType.MONGO: from ._mongo import MongoDriver return MongoDriver else: return get_driver_class(storage_type) def get_driver_class(storage_type: Optional[BackendType] = None) -> Type[BaseDriver]: """Get the driver class for the given storage type. Parameters ---------- storage_type : Optional[BackendType] The backend you want a driver class for. Omit to try to obtain the backend from data manager. Returns ------- Type[BaseDriver] A subclass of `BaseDriver`. Raises ------ ValueError If there is no driver for the given storage type. """ if storage_type is None: storage_type = BackendType(data_manager.storage_type()) try: return _DRIVER_CLASSES[storage_type] except KeyError: raise ValueError(f"No driver found for storage type {storage_type}") from None
[docs]def get_driver( cog_name: str, identifier: str, storage_type: Optional[BackendType] = None, *, allow_old: bool = False, **kwargs, ): """Get a driver instance. Parameters ---------- cog_name : str The cog's name. identifier : str The cog's discriminator. storage_type : Optional[BackendType] The backend you want a driver for. Omit to try to obtain the backend from data manager. **kwargs Driver-specific keyword arguments. Returns ------- BaseDriver A driver instance. Raises ------ RuntimeError If the storage type is MongoV1, Mongo, or invalid. """ if storage_type is None: try: storage_type = BackendType(data_manager.storage_type()) except RuntimeError: storage_type = BackendType.JSON try: if not allow_old: driver_cls: Type[BaseDriver] = get_driver_class(storage_type) else: driver_cls: Type[BaseDriver] = _get_driver_class_include_old(storage_type) except ValueError: if storage_type in (BackendType.MONGOV1, BackendType.MONGO): raise RuntimeError( "Please convert to JSON first to continue using the bot." "Mongo support was removed in 3.2." ) from None else: raise RuntimeError(f"Invalid driver type: '{storage_type}'") from None return driver_cls(cog_name, identifier, **kwargs)