Common API

class aioftp.StreamIO(reader, writer, *, timeout=None, read_timeout=None, write_timeout=None)

Stream input/output wrapper with timeout.

Parameters:
  • reader (asyncio.StreamReader) – stream reader
  • writer (asyncio.StreamWriter) – stream writer
  • timeout (int, float or None) – socket timeout for read/write operations
  • read_timeout (int, float or None) – socket timeout for read operations, overrides timeout
  • write_timeout (int, float or None) – socket timeout for write operations, overrides timeout
close()

Close connection.

read(count=-1)

asyncio.coroutine()

Proxy for asyncio.StreamReader.read().

Parameters:count (int) – block size for read operation
readline()

asyncio.coroutine()

Proxy for asyncio.StreamReader.readline().

write(data)

asyncio.coroutine()

Combination of asyncio.StreamWriter.write() and asyncio.StreamWriter.drain().

Parameters:data (bytes) – data to write
class aioftp.Throttle(*, limit=None, reset_rate=10)

Throttle for streams.

Parameters:
  • limit (int or None) – speed limit in bytes or None for unlimited
  • reset_rate (int or float) – time in seconds for «round» throttle memory (to deal with float precision when divide)
append(data, start)

Count data for throttle

Parameters:
  • data (bytes) – bytes of data for count
  • start (float) – start of read/write time from asyncio.BaseEventLoop.time()
clone()

Clone throttle without memory

limit

Throttle limit

wait()

asyncio.coroutine()

Wait until can do IO

class aioftp.StreamThrottle

Stream throttle with read and write aioftp.Throttle

Parameters:
clone()

Clone throttles without memory

classmethod from_limits(read_speed_limit=None, write_speed_limit=None)

Simple wrapper for creation aioftp.StreamThrottle

Parameters:
  • read_speed_limit (int or None) – stream read speed limit in bytes or None for unlimited
  • write_speed_limit (int or None) – stream write speed limit in bytes or None for unlimited
class aioftp.ThrottleStreamIO(*args, throttles={}, **kwargs)

Bases: aioftp.common.StreamIO

Throttled aioftp.StreamIO. ThrottleStreamIO is subclass of aioftp.StreamIO. throttles attribute is dictionary of name: aioftp.StreamThrottle pairs

Parameters:
>>> self.stream = ThrottleStreamIO(
...     reader,
...     writer,
...     throttles={
...         "main": StreamThrottle(
...             read=Throttle(...),
...             write=Throttle(...)
...         )
...     },
...     timeout=timeout
... )
append(name, data, start)

Update timeout for all throttles

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of throttle to append to (“read” or “write”)
  • data (bytes) – bytes of data for count
  • start (float) – start of read/write time from asyncio.BaseEventLoop.time()
iter_by_block(count=8192)

Read/iterate stream by block.

Return type:aioftp.AsyncStreamIterator
>>> async for block in stream.iter_by_block(block_size):
...     ...
iter_by_line()

Read/iterate stream by line.

Return type:aioftp.AsyncStreamIterator
>>> async for line in stream.iter_by_line():
...     ...
read(count=-1)

asyncio.coroutine()

aioftp.StreamIO.read() proxy

readline()

asyncio.coroutine()

aioftp.StreamIO.readline() proxy

wait(name)

asyncio.coroutine()

Wait for all throttles

Parameters:name (str) – name of throttle to acquire (“read” or “write”)
write(data)

asyncio.coroutine()

aioftp.StreamIO.write() proxy

class aioftp.AsyncListerMixin

Add ability to async for context to collect data to list via await.

>>> class Context(AsyncListerMixin):
...     ...
>>> results = await Context(...)
class aioftp.AbstractAsyncLister(*, timeout=None)

Abstract context with ability to collect all iterables into list via await with optional timeout (via aioftp.with_timeout())

Parameters:timeout (None, int or float) – timeout for __anext__ operation
>>> class Lister(AbstractAsyncLister):
...
...     @with_timeout
...     async def __anext__(self):
...         ...
>>> async for block in Lister(...):
...     ...
>>> result = await Lister(...)
>>> result
[block, block, block, ...]
aioftp.with_timeout(name)

Method decorator, wraps method with asyncio.wait_for(). timeout argument takes from name decorator argument or “timeout”.

Parameters:name (str) – name of timeout attribute
Raises:asyncio.TimeoutError – if coroutine does not finished in timeout

Wait for self.timeout

>>> def __init__(self, ...):
...
...     self.timeout = 1
...
... @with_timeout
... async def foo(self, ...):
...
...     pass

Wait for custom timeout

>>> def __init__(self, ...):
...
...     self.foo_timeout = 1
...
... @with_timeout("foo_timeout")
... async def foo(self, ...):
...
...     pass
aioftp.async_enterable(f)

Decorator. Bring coroutine result up, so it can be used as async context

>>> async def foo():
...
...     ...
...     return AsyncContextInstance(...)
...
... ctx = await foo()
... async with ctx:
...
...     # do
>>> @async_enterable
... async def foo():
...
...     ...
...     return AsyncContextInstance(...)
...
... async with foo() as ctx:
...
...     # do
...
... ctx = await foo()
... async with ctx:
...
...     # do
aioftp.setlocale(name)

Context manager with threading lock for set locale on enter, and set it back to original state on exit.

>>> with setlocale("C"):
...     ...