How to use _command_line method in autotest

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1import sqlite32import typing as typ3import PyQt5.QtCore as QtC4import PyQt5.QtGui as QtG5import PyQt5.QtWidgets as QtW6from app import config, data_access7from app.i18n import translate as _t8from . import _dialog_base9from .. import components10class CommandLineDialog(_dialog_base.Dialog):11 """A simple command line interface to interact with the database."""12 def __init__(self, parent: typ.Optional[QtW.QWidget] = None):13 super().__init__(14 parent=parent,15 title=_t('dialog.command_line.title'),16 modal=True,17 mode=_dialog_base.Dialog.CLOSE18 )19 # noinspection PyProtectedMember20 self._connection = data_access.ImageDao(config.CONFIG.database_path)._connection21 self._command_line.setFocus()22 self._disable_closing = False23 self._column_names = None24 self._results = None25 self._results_offset = None26 self._results_total = None27 def _init_body(self) -> QtW.QLayout:28 self.setMinimumSize(500, 300)29 layout = QtW.QVBoxLayout()30 self._command_line = components.CommandLineWidget(parent=self)31 self._command_line.set_input_callback(self._on_input)32 self._command_line.set_input_placeholder(_t('dialog.command_line.query_input.placeholder'))33 layout.addWidget(self._command_line)34 return layout35 def _on_input(self, input_: str):36 if self._results:37 if input_.upper() == 'Y':38 self._print_results()39 elif input_.upper() == 'N':40 self._column_names = None41 self._results = None42 else:43 self._command_line.print(_t('SQL_console.display_more'))44 else:45 cursor = self._connection.cursor()46 try:47 cursor.execute(input_)48 except sqlite3.Error as e:49 self._command_line.print_error(_t('SQL_console.error'))50 self._command_line.print_error(e)51 cursor.close()52 else:53 if input_.lower().startswith('select'):54 results = cursor.fetchall()55 if cursor.description is not None:56 column_names = tuple(desc[0] for desc in cursor.description)57 else:58 column_names = ()59 self._column_names = column_names60 self._results = results61 self._results_offset = 062 self._results_total = len(results)63 self._print_results()64 else:65 self._command_line.print(_t('SQL_console.affected_rows', row_count=cursor.rowcount))66 cursor.close()67 def _print_results(self):68 results = self._results[self._results_offset:]69 if len(results) == 0:70 self._command_line.print(_t('SQL_console.no_results'))71 else:72 limit = 2073 i = 074 rows = []75 for result in results:76 if i % limit == 0:77 if i > 0:78 self._print_rows(rows, self._column_names)79 rows.clear()80 self._command_line.print(_t('SQL_console.display_more'))81 self._results_offset += i82 break83 upper_bound = min(self._results_offset + i + limit, self._results_total)84 self._command_line.print(_t('SQL_console.results', start=self._results_offset + i + 1,85 end=upper_bound, total=self._results_total))86 rows.append(tuple(map(repr, result)))87 i += 188 else:89 self._print_rows(rows, self._column_names)90 self._results = None91 def _print_rows(self, rows: typ.List[typ.Tuple[str, ...]], column_names: typ.Sequence[str]):92 """Prints rows in a table.93 :param rows: List of rows.94 :param column_names: Names of each column.95 """96 columns = list(zip(*([column_names] + rows)))97 column_sizes = [max([len(str(v)) for v in col]) for col in columns]98 self._command_line.print(*[str(v).ljust(column_sizes[i]) for i, v in enumerate(column_names)], sep=' | ')99 self._command_line.print(*['-' * size for size in column_sizes], sep='-+-')100 for i, row in enumerate(rows):101 self._command_line.print(*[str(v).ljust(column_sizes[i]) for i, v in enumerate(row)], sep=' | ')102 def keyPressEvent(self, event: QtG.QKeyEvent):103 if event.key() in [QtC.Qt.Key_Return, QtC.Qt.Key_Enter] and self.focusWidget() != self._ok_btn:104 self._disable_closing = True105 super().keyPressEvent(event)106 def _on_ok_clicked(self):107 if self._disable_closing:108 self._disable_closing = False109 else:...

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1# Copyright (C) 2020 ycmd contributors2#3# This file is part of ycmd.4#5# ycmd is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify6# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by7# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or8# (at your option) any later version.9#10# ycmd is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,11# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of12# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the13# GNU General Public License for more details.14#15# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License16# along with ycmd. If not, see <>.17import string18from ycmd import responses, utils19from ycmd.completers.language_server import language_server_completer20class GenericLSPCompleter( language_server_completer.LanguageServerCompleter ):21 def __init__( self, user_options, server_settings ):22 "Initializing generic LSP completer with: %s",23 server_settings )24 self._name = server_settings[ 'name' ]25 self._supported_filetypes = server_settings[ 'filetypes' ]26 self._project_root_files = server_settings.get( 'project_root_files', [] )27 self._capabilities = server_settings.get( 'capabilities', {} )28 self._command_line = server_settings.get( 'cmdline' )29 self._port = server_settings.get( 'port' )30 if self._port:31 connection_type = 'tcp'32 if self._port == '*':33 self._port = utils.GetUnusedLocalhostPort()34 else:35 connection_type = 'stdio'36 if self._command_line:37 # We modify this, so take a copy38 self._command_line = list( self._command_line )39 cmd = utils.FindExecutable( self._command_line[ 0 ] )40 if cmd is None:41 utils.LOGGER.warn( "Unable to find any executable with the path %s. "42 "Cannot use %s completer.",43 self._command_line[ 0 ],44 self._name )45 raise RuntimeError( f"Invalid cmdline: { str( self._command_line ) }" )46 self._command_line[ 0 ] = cmd47 for idx in range( len( self._command_line ) ):48 self._command_line[ idx ] = string.Template(49 self._command_line[ idx ] ).safe_substitute( {50 'port': self._port51 } )52 super().__init__( user_options, connection_type )53 def GetProjectRootFiles( self ):54 return self._project_root_files55 def Language( self ):56 return self._name57 def GetServerName( self ):58 return self._name + 'Completer'59 def GetCommandLine( self ):60 return self._command_line61 def GetCustomSubcommands( self ):62 return { 'GetHover': lambda self, request_data, args:63 self._GetHover( request_data ) }64 def _GetHover( self, request_data ):65 raw_hover = self.GetHoverResponse( request_data )66 if isinstance( raw_hover, dict ):67 # Both MarkedString and MarkupContent contain 'value' key.68 # MarkupContent is the only one not deprecated.69 return responses.BuildDetailedInfoResponse( raw_hover[ 'value' ] )70 if isinstance( raw_hover, str ):71 # MarkedString might be just a string.72 return responses.BuildDetailedInfoResponse( raw_hover )73 # If we got this far, this is a list of MarkedString objects.74 lines = []75 for marked_string in raw_hover:76 if isinstance( marked_string, str ):77 lines.append( marked_string )78 else:79 lines.append( marked_string[ 'value' ] )80 return responses.BuildDetailedInfoResponse( '\n'.join( lines ) )81 def GetCodepointForCompletionRequest( self, request_data ):82 if request_data[ 'force_semantic' ]:83 return request_data[ 'column_codepoint' ]84 return super().GetCodepointForCompletionRequest( request_data )85 def SupportedFiletypes( self ):86 return self._supported_filetypes87 def ExtraCapabilities( self ):88 return self._capabilities89 def WorkspaceConfigurationResponse( self, request ):90 if self._capabilities.get( 'workspace', {} ).get( 'configuration' ):91 sections_to_config_map = self._settings.get( 'config_sections', {} )92 return [ sections_to_config_map.get( item.get( 'section', '' ) )...

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