Commit a0a37c19 authored by mathieui's avatar mathieui

Remove monkeypatching hack on the event loop

This allowed us to schedule events in-order later in the event loop, but
was detrimental to using other event loops and debugging.
parent 1b5fe57a
A module that monkey patches the standard asyncio module to add an
idle_call() method to the main loop. This method is used to execute a
callback whenever the loop is not busy handling anything else. This means
that it is a callback with lower priority than IO, timer, or even
call_soon() ones. These callback are called only once each.
asyncio-related utilities
import asyncio
from asyncio import events
from functools import wraps
import collections
def idle_call(self, callback):
if asyncio.iscoroutinefunction(callback):
raise TypeError("coroutines cannot be used with idle_call()")
handle = events.Handle(callback, [], self)
def my_run_once(self):
if self._idle:
self._ready.append(events.Handle(lambda: None, (), self))
if self._idle:
handle = self._idle.popleft()
cls = asyncio.get_event_loop().__class__
cls._idle = collections.deque()
cls.idle_call = idle_call
real_run_once = cls._run_once
cls._run_once = my_run_once
def future_wrapper(func):
Make sure the result of a function call is an asyncio.Future()
......@@ -380,7 +380,7 @@ class XMLStream(asyncio.BaseProtocol):
elif self.xml_depth == 1:
# A stanza is an XML element that is a direct child of
# the root element, hence the check of depth == 1
self.loop.idle_call(functools.partial(self.__spawn_event, xml))
if self.xml_root is not None:
# Keep the root element empty of children to
# save on memory use.
......@@ -893,7 +893,7 @@ class XMLStream(asyncio.BaseProtocol):
stanza['lang'] = self.peer_default_lang
return stanza
def __spawn_event(self, xml):
def _spawn_event(self, xml):
Analyze incoming XML stanzas and convert them into stanza
objects if applicable and queue stream events to be processed
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