author Phil Ringnalda <>
Fri, 27 Nov 2015 21:39:23 -0800
changeset 310469 c95f8e8955b0ee3a807d1d8f7887e6286580a0fa
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Back out 8 changesets (bug 1223573) for Win7 PGO xperf unexpected access failures CLOSED TREE Backed out changeset 19876a153a00 (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset 14251062e347 (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset 081b0af71d6e (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset 21ebe3534e58 (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset d6754894897c (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset 1b4d6308002e (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset a13b3bba5529 (bug 1223573) Backed out changeset f3ccccf5b6fe (bug 1223573)

# coding: utf-8

Exposes functionality needed throughout the project.


from sys import version_info

def _get_string_types():
    # TODO: come up with a better solution for this.  One of the issues here
    #   is that in Python 3 there is no common base class for unicode strings
    #   and byte strings, and 2to3 seems to convert all of "str", "unicode",
    #   and "basestring" to Python 3's "str".
    if version_info < (3, ):
         return basestring
    # The latter evaluates to "bytes" in Python 3 -- even after conversion by 2to3.
    return (unicode, type(u"a".encode('utf-8')))

_STRING_TYPES = _get_string_types()

def is_string(obj):
    Return whether the given object is a byte string or unicode string.

    This function is provided for compatibility with both Python 2 and 3
    when using 2to3.

    return isinstance(obj, _STRING_TYPES)

# This function was designed to be portable across Python versions -- both
# with older versions and with Python 3 after applying 2to3.
def read(path):
    Return the contents of a text file as a byte string.

    # Opening in binary mode is necessary for compatibility across Python
    # 2 and 3.  In both Python 2 and 3, open() defaults to opening files in
    # text mode.  However, in Python 2, open() returns file objects whose
    # read() method returns byte strings (strings of type `str` in Python 2),
    # whereas in Python 3, the file object returns unicode strings (strings
    # of type `str` in Python 3).
    f = open(path, 'rb')
    # We avoid use of the with keyword for Python 2.4 support.

class MissingTags(object):

    """Contains the valid values for Renderer.missing_tags."""

    ignore = 'ignore'
    strict = 'strict'

class PystacheError(Exception):
    """Base class for Pystache exceptions."""

class TemplateNotFoundError(PystacheError):
    """An exception raised when a template is not found."""