Source code for athena.classes.task

    The "Task" class represents an action to be performed
    The "ActiveTask" class uses the "match" method to trigger an action.
    Generally regex patterns are supplied to do the input matching.
    The "match" method can be overriden with "return match_any(text)" to
    trigger an action upon matching any given regex pattern.

import re

import athena.tts as tts

[docs]class Task(object): speak = staticmethod(tts.speak)
[docs] def action(self, text): """ Execute the task action """ return
[docs]class ActiveTask(Task): def __init__(self, patterns=[], priority=0, greedy=True, regex_precompile=True, regex_ignore_case=True): if regex_precompile: if regex_ignore_case: self.patterns = [re.compile(p, re.IGNORECASE) for p in patterns] else: self.patterns = [re.compile(p) for p in patterns] else: self.patterns = patterns """ Tasks are matched/sorted with priority in modules """ self.priority = priority """ If task is matched, stop module from matching the proceeding tasks """ self.greedy = greedy
[docs] def match(self, text): """ Check if the task input criteria is met """ return False
[docs] def match_any(self, text): """ Check if any patterns match """ for p in self.patterns: if p.match(text): return True return False
[docs] def match_and_save_groups(self, text, group_key_dict): """ Check if any patterns match, If so, save the match groups to self.(key name) """ for p in self.patterns: m = p.match(text) if m is not None: for group_num, attribute_name in group_key_dict.items(): setattr(self, attribute_name, return True return False