Source code for azure.core.serialization

# coding=utf-8
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# Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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# license information.
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import base64
from json import JSONEncoder
from typing import Union, cast
from datetime import datetime, date, time, timedelta
from .utils._utils import _FixedOffset

__all__ = ["NULL", "AzureJSONEncoder"]

class _Null(object):
    """To create a Falsy object"""

    def __bool__(self):
        return False

    __nonzero__ = __bool__  # Python2 compatibility

NULL = _Null()
A falsy sentinel object which is supposed to be used to specify attributes
with no data. This gets serialized to `null` on the wire.

def _timedelta_as_isostr(td):
    # type: (timedelta) -> str
    """Converts a datetime.timedelta object into an ISO 8601 formatted string, e.g. 'P4DT12H30M05S'

    Function adapted from the Tin Can Python project:

    # Split seconds to larger units
    seconds = td.total_seconds()
    minutes, seconds = divmod(seconds, 60)
    hours, minutes = divmod(minutes, 60)
    days, hours = divmod(hours, 24)

    days, hours, minutes = list(map(int, (days, hours, minutes)))
    seconds = round(seconds, 6)

    # Build date
    date_str = ""
    if days:
        date_str = "%sD" % days

    # Build time
    time_str = "T"

    # Hours
    bigger_exists = date_str or hours
    if bigger_exists:
        time_str += "{:02}H".format(hours)

    # Minutes
    bigger_exists = bigger_exists or minutes
    if bigger_exists:
        time_str += "{:02}M".format(minutes)

    # Seconds
        if seconds.is_integer():
            seconds_string = "{:02}".format(int(seconds))
            # 9 chars long w/ leading 0, 6 digits after decimal
            seconds_string = "%09.6f" % seconds
            # Remove trailing zeros
            seconds_string = seconds_string.rstrip("0")
    except AttributeError:  # int.is_integer() raises
        seconds_string = "{:02}".format(seconds)

    time_str += "{}S".format(seconds_string)

    return "P" + date_str + time_str

def _datetime_as_isostr(dt):
    # type: (Union[datetime, date, time, timedelta]) -> str
    """Converts a datetime.(datetime|date|time|timedelta) object into an ISO 8601 formatted string"""
    # First try datetime.datetime
    if hasattr(dt, "year") and hasattr(dt, "hour"):
        dt = cast(datetime, dt)
        # astimezone() fails for naive times in Python 2.7, so make make sure dt is aware (tzinfo is set)
        if not dt.tzinfo:
            iso_formatted = dt.replace(tzinfo=TZ_UTC).isoformat()
            iso_formatted = dt.astimezone(TZ_UTC).isoformat()
        # Replace the trailing "+00:00" UTC offset with "Z" (RFC 3339:
        return iso_formatted.replace("+00:00", "Z")
    # Next try or datetime.time
        dt = cast(Union[date, time], dt)
        return dt.isoformat()
    # Last, try datetime.timedelta
    except AttributeError:
        dt = cast(timedelta, dt)
        return _timedelta_as_isostr(dt)

    from datetime import timezone

    TZ_UTC = timezone.utc  # type: ignore
except ImportError:
    TZ_UTC = _FixedOffset(0)  # type: ignore

[docs]class AzureJSONEncoder(JSONEncoder): """A JSON encoder that's capable of serializing datetime objects and bytes."""
[docs] def default(self, o): # pylint: disable=too-many-return-statements if isinstance(o, (bytes, bytearray)): return base64.b64encode(o).decode() try: return _datetime_as_isostr(o) except AttributeError: pass return super(AzureJSONEncoder, self).default(o)