Verified Commit 8fd0d7c9 authored by mathieui's avatar mathieui

Add a coroutine_wrapper decorator

This decorator checks for the coroutine=True keyword arg and wraps the
result of the function call in a coroutine if it isn’t.

This allows to have constructs like:

def toto(xmpp, *, coroutine=False):
    if xmpp.cached:
        return xmpp.cached
        return xmpp.make_iq_get().send(coroutine=coroutine)

def main(xmpp):
    result = yield from toto(xmpp, coroutine=True)
    xmpp.cached = result
    result2 = yield from toto(xmpp, coroutine=True)

If the wrapper wasn’t there, the second fetch would fail. This decorator
does not do anything if the coroutine argument is False.
parent 1450d363
......@@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ call_soon() ones. These callback are called only once each.
import asyncio
from asyncio import events
from functools import wraps
import collections
......@@ -32,3 +33,23 @@ cls.idle_call = idle_call
real_run_once = cls._run_once
cls._run_once = my_run_once
def coroutine_wrapper(func):
Make sure the result of a function call is a coroutine
if the ``coroutine`` keyword argument is true.
def wrap_coro(result):
if asyncio.iscoroutinefunction(result):
return result
return asyncio.coroutine(lambda: result)()
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
if kwargs.get('coroutine', False):
return wrap_coro(func(*args, **kwargs))
return func(*args, **kwargs)
return wrapper
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