Source code for yggdrasil.drivers.MatlabModelDriver

import subprocess
import uuid as uuid_gen
import logging
from datetime import datetime
import os
import glob
import psutil
import warnings
import weakref
import shutil
import io as sio
from yggdrasil import tools, platform, serialize
from yggdrasil.languages import get_language_dir
from yggdrasil.config import ygg_cfg
from yggdrasil.drivers.InterpretedModelDriver import InterpretedModelDriver
from import TimeOut, sleep
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
try:  # pragma: matlab
    disable_engine = ygg_cfg.get('matlab', 'disable_engine', 'False')
    if isinstance(disable_engine, str):
        disable_engine = (disable_engine.lower() == 'true')
    if platform._is_win or disable_engine:
        _matlab_engine_installed = False
        if not tools.is_subprocess():
            logger.debug("matlab.engine disabled")
        import matlab.engine
        _matlab_engine_installed = True
except ImportError:  # pragma: no matlab
    logger.debug("Could not import matlab.engine. "
                 + "Matlab support for using a sharedEngine will be disabled.")
    _matlab_engine_installed = False

_top_lang_dir = get_language_dir('matlab')
_compat_map = {
    'R2015b': ['2.7', '3.3', '3.4'],
    'R2017a': ['2.7', '3.3', '3.4', '3.5'],
    'R2017b': ['2.7', '3.3', '3.4', '3.5', '3.6'],
    'R2018b': ['2.7', '3.3', '3.4', '3.5', '3.6']}

[docs]def kill_all(): r"""Kill all Matlab shared engines.""" if platform._is_win: # pragma: windows os.system(('taskkill /F /IM matlab.engine.shareEngine /T')) else: os.system(('pkill -f matlab.engine.shareEngine'))
[docs]def locate_matlab_engine_processes(): # pragma: matlab r"""Get all of the active matlab sharedEngine processes. Returns: list: Active matlab sharedEngine processes. """ out = [] for p in psutil.process_iter(): = p.as_dict(attrs=['name', 'pid', 'cmdline']) if (((['name'] == 'MATLAB') and ('matlab.engine.shareEngine' in['cmdline']))): out.append(p) #['pid']) return out
[docs]def is_matlab_running(): r"""Determine if there is a Matlab engine running. Returns: bool: True if there is a Matlab engine running, False otherwise. """ if not _matlab_engine_installed: # pragma: no matlab out = False else: # pragma: matlab out = (len(matlab.engine.find_matlab()) != 0) return out
[docs]def locate_matlabroot(): # pragma: matlab r"""Find directory that servers as matlab root. Returns: str: Full path to matlabroot directory. """ return MatlabModelDriver.get_matlab_info()[0]
[docs]def install_matlab_engine(): # pragma: matlab r"""Install the MATLAB engine API for Python.""" if not _matlab_engine_installed: mtl_root = locate_matlabroot() mtl_setup = os.path.join(mtl_root, 'extern', 'engines', 'python') cmd = 'python install' result = subprocess.check_output(cmd, cwd=mtl_setup) print(result)
[docs]def start_matlab_engine(skip_connect=False, timeout=None): # pragma: matlab r"""Start a Matlab shared engine session inside a detached screen session. Args: skip_connect (bool, optional): If True, the engine is not connected. Defaults to False. timeout (int, optional): Time (in seconds) that should be waited for Matlab to start up. Defaults to None and is set from the config option ('matlab', 'startup_waittime_s'). Returns: tuple: Information on the started session including the name of the screen session running matlab, the created engine object, the name of the matlab session, and the matlab engine process. Raises: RuntimeError: If Matlab is not installed. """ if not _matlab_engine_installed: # pragma: no matlab raise RuntimeError("Matlab engine is not installed.") if timeout is None: timeout = float(ygg_cfg.get('matlab', 'startup_waittime_s', 10)) old_process = set(locate_matlab_engine_processes()) old_matlab = set(matlab.engine.find_matlab()) screen_session = str('ygg_matlab' +"%Y%j%H%M%S") + '_%d' % len(old_matlab)) try: args = ['screen', '-dmS', screen_session, '-c', os.path.join(_top_lang_dir, 'matlab_screenrc'), 'matlab', '-nodisplay', '-nosplash', '-nodesktop', '-nojvm', '-r', '"matlab.engine.shareEngine"']' '.join(args), shell=True) T = TimeOut(timeout) while ((len(set(matlab.engine.find_matlab()) - old_matlab) == 0) and not T.is_out): logger.debug('Waiting for matlab engine to start') sleep(1) # Usually 3 seconds except KeyboardInterrupt: # pragma: debug args = ['screen', '-X', '-S', screen_session, 'quit']' '.join(args), shell=True) raise if (len(set(matlab.engine.find_matlab()) - old_matlab) == 0): # pragma: debug raise Exception("start_matlab timed out at %f s" % T.elapsed) new_matlab = list(set(matlab.engine.find_matlab()) - old_matlab)[0] new_process = list(set(locate_matlab_engine_processes()) - old_process)[0] # Connect to the engine matlab_engine = None if not skip_connect: matlab_engine = connect_matlab_engine(new_matlab, first_connect=True) return screen_session, matlab_engine, new_matlab, new_process
[docs]def connect_matlab_engine(matlab_session, first_connect=False): # pragma: matlab r"""Connect to Matlab engine. Args: matlab_session (str): Name of the Matlab session that should be connected to. first_connect (bool, optional): If True, this is the first time Python is connecting to the Matlab shared engine and certain environment variables should be set. Defaults to False. Returns: MatlabEngine: Matlab engine that was connected. """ matlab_engine = matlab.engine.connect_matlab(matlab_session) matlab_engine.eval('clear classes;', nargout=0) err = sio.StringIO() try: matlab_engine.eval("YggInterface('YGG_MSG_MAX');", nargout=0, stderr=err) except BaseException: for x in MatlabModelDriver.paths_to_add: matlab_engine.addpath(x, nargout=0) matlab_engine.eval("os = py.importlib.import_module('os');", nargout=0) return matlab_engine
[docs]def stop_matlab_engine(screen_session, matlab_engine, matlab_session, matlab_process, keep_engine=False): # pragma: matlab r"""Stop a Matlab shared engine session running inside a detached screen session. Args: screen_session (str): Name of the screen session that the shared Matlab session was started in. matlab_engine (MatlabEngine): Matlab engine that should be stopped. matlab_session (str): Name of Matlab session that the Matlab engine is connected to. matlab_process (psutil.Process): Process running the Matlab shared engine. keep_engine (bool, optional): If True, the references to the engine will be removed so it is not deleted. Defaults to False. Raises: RuntimeError: If Matlab is not installed. """ if not _matlab_engine_installed: # pragma: no matlab raise RuntimeError("Matlab engine is not installed.") if keep_engine and (matlab_engine is not None): if '_matlab' in matlab_engine.__dict__: matlab_engine.quit() return # Remove weakrefs to engine to prevent stopping engine more than once if matlab_engine is not None: # Remove weak references so engine not deleted on exit eng_ref = weakref.getweakrefs(matlab_engine) for x in eng_ref: if x in matlab.engine._engines: matlab.engine._engines.remove(x) # Either exit the engine or remove its reference if matlab_session in matlab.engine.find_matlab(): try: matlab_engine.eval('exit', nargout=0) except BaseException: pass else: # pragma: no cover matlab_engine.__dict__.pop('_matlab', None) # Stop the screen session containing the Matlab shared session if screen_session is not None: if matlab_session in matlab.engine.find_matlab(): os.system(('screen -X -S %s quit') % screen_session) T = TimeOut(5) while ((matlab_session in matlab.engine.find_matlab()) and not T.is_out): logger.debug("Waiting for matlab engine to exit") sleep(1) if (matlab_session in matlab.engine.find_matlab()): # pragma: debug if matlab_process is not None: matlab_process.terminate() logger.error("stop_matlab_engine timed out at %f s. " % T.elapsed + "Killed Matlab sharedEngine process.")
[docs]class MatlabProcess(tools.YggClass): # pragma: matlab r"""Add features to mimic subprocess.Popen while running Matlab function asynchronously. Args: target (func): Matlab function that should be called. args (list, tuple): Arguments that should be passed to target. kwargs (dict, optional): Keyword arguments that should be passed to target. Defaults to empty dict. name (str, optional): A name for the process. Generated if not provided. matlab_engine (MatlabEngine, optional): MatlabEngine that should be used to get errors. Defaults to None and errors will not be recovered unless passed through stdout and stderr before shutdown. Attributes: stdout (StringIO): File like string buffer that stdout from target will be written to. stderr (StringIO): File like string buffer that stderr from target will be written to. target (func): Matlab function that should be called. args (list, tuple): Arguments that should be passed to target. kwargs (dict): Keyword arguments that should be passed to target. future (MatlabFutureResult): Future result from async function. This will be None until start is called. matlab_engine (MatlabEngine): MatlabEngine that should be used to get errors. Raises: RuntimeError: If Matlab is not installed. """ def __init__(self, target, args, kwargs=None, name=None, matlab_engine=None): if not _matlab_engine_installed: # pragma: no matlab raise RuntimeError("Matlab engine is not installed.") if kwargs is None: kwargs = {} self.stdout = sio.StringIO() self.stderr = sio.StringIO() self._stdout_line = None self._stderr_line = None = target self.args = args self.kwargs = kwargs self.kwargs.update(nargout=0, stdout=self.stdout, stderr=self.stderr) self.kwargs['async'] = True # For python 3.7 where async is reserved self.future = None self.matlab_engine = matlab_engine self._returncode = None super(MatlabProcess, self).__init__(name)
[docs] def poll(self, *args, **kwargs): r"""Fake poll.""" return self.returncode
@property def stdout_line(self): r"""str: Output to stdout from function call.""" if self._stdout_line is None: if self.stdout is not None: line = self.stdout.getvalue() if line: self._stdout_line = line return self._stdout_line @property def stderr_line(self): r"""str: Output to stderr from function call.""" if self._stderr_line is None: if self.stderr is not None: line = self.stderr.getvalue() if line: self._stderr_line = line return self._stderr_line
[docs] def print_output(self): r"""Print output from stdout and stderr.""" if self.stdout_line: self.print_encoded(self.stdout_line, end="") if self.stderr_line: self.print_encoded(self.stderr_line, end="")
[docs] def start(self): r"""Start asychronous call.""" self.future =*self.args, **self.kwargs)
[docs] def is_started(self): r"""bool: Has start been called.""" return (self.future is not None)
[docs] def is_cancelled(self): r"""bool: Was the async call cancelled or not.""" if self.is_started(): try: return self.future.cancelled() except matlab.engine.EngineError: self.on_matlab_error() return True except BaseException: return True return False
[docs] def is_done(self): r"""bool: Is the async call still running.""" if self.is_started(): try: return self.future.done() or self.is_cancelled() except matlab.engine.EngineError: self.on_matlab_error() return True except BaseException: return True return False
[docs] def is_alive(self): r"""bool: Is the async call funning.""" if self.is_started(): return (not self.is_done()) return False
@property def returncode(self): r"""int: Return code.""" if self.is_done(): if self.stderr_line: # or self.is_cancelled(): return -1 else: return 0 else: return self._returncode
[docs] def kill(self, *args, **kwargs): r"""Cancel the async call.""" if self.is_alive(): try: out = self.future.cancel() self.debug("Result of cancelling Matlab call?: %s", out) except matlab.engine.EngineError as e: self.debug('Matlab Engine Error: %s' % e) self.on_matlab_error() except BaseException as e: self.debug('Other error on kill: %s' % e) self.print_output() if self.is_alive():'Error killing Matlab script.') self.matlab_engine.quit() self.future = None self._returncode = -1 assert(not self.is_alive())
[docs] def on_matlab_error(self): r"""Actions performed on error in Matlab engine.""" # self.print_output() self.debug('') if self.matlab_engine is not None: try: self.matlab_engine.eval('exception = MException.last;', nargout=0) self.matlab_engine.eval('getReport(exception)') except matlab.engine.EngineError: pass
[docs]class MatlabModelDriver(InterpretedModelDriver): # pragma: matlab r"""Base class for running Matlab models. Args: name (str): Driver name. args (str or list): Argument(s) for running the model in matlab. Generally, this should be the full path to a Matlab script. use_symunit (bool, optional): If True, input/output variables with units will be represented in Matlab using symunit. Defaults to False. **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are passed to parent class's __init__ method. Attributes: started_matlab (bool): True if the driver had to start a new matlab engine. False otherwise. screen_session (str): Screen session that Matlab was started in. mlengine (object): Matlab engine used to run script. mlsession (str): Name of the Matlab session that was started. Raises: RuntimeError: If Matlab is not installed. .. note:: Matlab models that call exit will shut down the shared engine. """ _schema_subtype_description = ('Model is written in Matlab.') _schema_properties = { 'use_symunit': {'type': 'boolean', 'default': False}} language = 'matlab' language_ext = '.m' base_languages = ['python'] default_interpreter_flags = ['-nodisplay', '-nosplash', '-nodesktop', '-nojvm', '-r'] version_flags = ["fprintf('R%s', version('-release')); exit();"] path_env_variable = 'MATLABPATH' comm_linger = (os.environ.get('YGG_MATLAB_ENGINE', '').lower() == 'true') send_converters = {'pandas': serialize.consolidate_array, 'table': serialize.consolidate_array} recv_converters = {'pandas': 'array'} type_map = { 'int': 'intX', 'float': 'single, double', 'string': 'char', 'array': 'cell', 'object': 'containers.Map', 'boolean': 'logical', 'null': 'NaN', 'uint': 'uintX', 'complex': 'complex', 'bytes': 'char (utf-8)', 'unicode': 'char', '1darray': 'mat', 'ndarray': 'mat', 'ply': 'containers.Map', 'obj': 'containers.Map', 'schema': 'containers.Map'} interface_map = { 'import': '', # Added to path 'input': 'YggInterface(\'YggInput\', \'{channel_name}\')', 'output': 'YggInterface(\'YggOutput\', \'{channel_name}\')', 'server': 'YggInterface(\'YggRpcServer\', \'{channel_name}\')', 'client': 'YggInterface(\'YggRpcClient\', \'{channel_name}\')', 'timesync': 'YggInterface(\'YggTimesync\', \'{channel_name}\')', 'send': 'flag = {channel_obj}.send({outputs})', 'recv': '[flag, {inputs}] = {channel_obj}.recv()', 'call': '[flag, {inputs}] = {channel_obj}.call({outputs})', } function_param = { 'istype': 'isa({variable}, \'{type}\')', 'len': 'length({variable})', 'index': '{variable}{{{index}}}', 'first_index': 1, 'python_interface': ('{channel} = YggInterface(\'{python_interface}\', ' '\'{channel_name}\');'), 'python_interface_format': ('{channel} = YggInterface(' '\'{python_interface}\', ' '\'{channel_name}\', ' '\'{format_str}\');'), 'input': '{channel} = YggInterface(\'YggInput\', \'{channel_name}\');', 'output': '{channel} = YggInterface(\'YggOutput\', \'{channel_name}\');', 'recv_function': '{channel}.recv', 'send_function': '{channel}.send', 'multiple_outputs': '[{outputs}]', 'eol': ';', 'comment': '%', 'true': 'true', 'false': 'false', 'not': 'not', 'and': '&&', 'indent': 2 * ' ', 'quote': '\'', 'print_generic': 'disp({object});', 'print': 'disp(\'{message}\');', 'fprintf': 'fprintf(\'{message}\', {variables});', 'error': 'error(\'{error_msg}\');', 'block_end': 'end', 'line_end': ';', 'if_begin': 'if ({cond})', 'if_elif': 'elseif ({cond})', 'if_else': 'else', 'for_begin': 'for {iter_var} = {iter_begin}:{iter_end}', 'while_begin': 'while ({cond})', 'break': 'break;', 'try_begin': 'try', 'try_except': 'catch {error_var}', 'assign': '{name} = {value};', 'expand_mult': '{name} = {value}{{:}};', 'functions_defined_last': True, 'function_def_begin': 'function {output_var} = {function_name}({input_var})', 'function_def_regex': ( r'function *(\[ *)?(?P<outputs>.*?)(?(1)\]) *' r'= *{function_name} *\((?P<inputs>(?:.|\n)*?)\)\n' r'(?:(?P<body>' r'(?:\s*if(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:\s*for(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:\s*parfor(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:\s*switch(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:\s*try(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:\s*while(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:\s*arguments(?:.*?\n?)*?end;?)|' r'(?:(?:.*?\n?)*?)' r')' r'(?:\s*end;?))?'), 'inputs_def_regex': ( r'\s*(?P<name>.+?)\s*(?:(?:,(?: *... *\n)?)|$)'), 'outputs_def_regex': ( r'\s*(?P<name>.+?)\s*(?:,|$)')} zero_based = False def __init__(self, name, args, **kwargs): self.using_matlab_engine = _matlab_engine_installed if self.using_matlab_engine: kwargs['skip_interpreter'] = True self.model_wrapper = None # -batch command line option introduced in 2019 if (self.is_installed()): if (((self.language_version().lower() >= 'r2019') and ('-r' in self.default_interpreter_flags))): self.default_interpreter_flags[ self.default_interpreter_flags.index('-r')] = '-batch' super(MatlabModelDriver, self).__init__(name, args, **kwargs) self.started_matlab = False self.screen_session = None self.mlengine = None self.mlsession = None self.mlprocess = None
[docs] @staticmethod def before_registration(cls): r"""Operations that should be performed to modify class attributes prior to registration including things like platform dependent properties and checking environment variables for default settings. """ if platform._is_win and ('-nodisplay' in cls.default_interpreter_flags): cls.default_interpreter_flags.remove('-nodisplay') InterpretedModelDriver.before_registration(cls)
[docs] @staticmethod def after_registration(cls, **kwargs): r"""Operations that should be performed to modify class attributes after registration. For compiled languages this includes selecting the default compiler. The order of precedence is the config file 'compiler' option for the language, followed by the environment variable set by _compiler_env, followed by the existing class attribute. """ if platform._is_mac: cls._executable_search_dirs = [ os.path.join(x, 'bin') for x in glob.glob('/Applications/MATLAB*')] InterpretedModelDriver.after_registration(cls, **kwargs)
[docs] def parse_arguments(self, args): r"""Sort model arguments to determine which one is the executable and which ones are arguments. Args: args (list): List of arguments provided. """ super(MatlabModelDriver, self).parse_arguments(args) model_base, model_ext = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(self.model_file)) wrap_base = 'wrapped_%s_%s' % (model_base, self.uuid.replace('-', '_')) # Matlab has a variable name limit of 62 wrap_base = wrap_base[:min(len(wrap_base), 60)] self.model_wrapper = os.path.join(self.model_dir, wrap_base + model_ext) self.wrapper_products.append(self.model_wrapper)
[docs] @classmethod def write_error_wrapper(cls, fname, try_lines, env=None, matlab_engine=None): r"""Write a wrapper for the model that encloses it in a try except so that the error can be propagated appropriately. Args: fname (str): File where the wrapper should be written. try_lines (list): List of lines to go in the try block. model_file (str): Path to model that should be wrapped. env (dict, optional): Dictionary of environment variables that should be set before calling the model. Defaults to None and is ignored. matlab_engine (MatlabEngine, optional): Matlab engine that will be used to call the wrapper. If not provided, it is assumed the error will be called using the Matlab interpreter on the command line. Defautls to None. Raises: """ # Add environment variables explicitly lines = [] if env is not None: for k, v in env.items(): lines.append('setenv(\'%s\', \'%s\')' % ( k, v.encode("unicode_escape").decode('utf-8'))) # Create lines based on use of engine or not if matlab_engine is not None: catch_block = ["error(e.message);"] else: catch_block = ["rethrow(e);"] # catch_block = ["fprintf('MATLAB ERROR:\\n%s\\n', e.message);", # "disp(e.identifier);", # "disp(e.stack);", # "exit(0);"] lines += cls.write_try_except(try_lines, catch_block) if matlab_engine is None: lines.append("exit(0);") # Write lines logger.debug('Wrapper:\n\t%s', '\n\t'.join(lines)) if fname is None: return lines else: if os.path.isfile(fname): # pragma: debug os.remove(fname) with open(fname, 'w') as fd: fd.write('\n'.join(lines)) logger.debug("Wrote wrapper to: %s" % fname)
[docs] @classmethod def run_code(cls, lines, **kwargs): r"""Run code by first writing it as an executable and then calling the driver. Args: lines (list): Lines of code to be wrapped as an executable. **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are passed to the write_executable method. """ kwargs.setdefault('process_kwargs', {}) if not kwargs['process_kwargs'].get('dont_wrap_error', False): lines = cls.write_error_wrapper( None, lines, env=kwargs.get('env', None), matlab_engine=kwargs.get('matlab_engine', None)) kwargs['process_kwargs']['dont_wrap_error'] = True return super(MatlabModelDriver, cls).run_code(lines, **kwargs)
[docs] @classmethod def run_executable(cls, args, dont_wrap_error=False, fname_wrapper=None, matlab_engine=None, **kwargs): r"""Run a program using the executable for this language and the provided arguments. Args: args (list): The program that should be run and any arguments that should be provided to it. dont_wrap_error (bool, optional): If False, the executable will be wrapped in a try/catch block to prevent errors from stopping Matlab shutdown. If True, the command will be executed as is with the Matlab interpreter. Defaults to False. fname_wrapper (str, optional): File where wrapper should be saved. If not provided, one is created. Defaults to None. matlab_engine (MatlabEngine, optional): Matlab engine that should be used to run the command. If not provided, the Matlab interpreter is used instead. Defaults to None. **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are passed to cls.executable_command and tools.popen_nobuffer. Returns: str: Output to stdout from the run command. Raises: RuntimeError: If the language is not installed. RuntimeError: If there is an error when running the command. """ # Strip file if first argument is a file if os.path.isfile(args[0]): kwargs.setdefault('working_dir', os.path.dirname(args[0])) args = [os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(args[0]))[0]] + args[1:] # Write wrapper if (not dont_wrap_error) and (len(args) > 0): if len(args) == 1: # TODO: Will this work if there is a function defined in the # script? try_block = [args[0]] if not try_block[0].endswith(';'): try_block[0] += ';' else: # Put quotes around arguments since they would be strings when # passed from the command line func_call = "%s('%s'" % (args[0], args[1]) for a in args[2:]: func_call += (", '%s'" % a) func_call += ');' try_block = [func_call] if fname_wrapper is None: fname_wrapper = 'wrapper_%s%s' % (str(uuid_gen.uuid4()), cls.language_ext[0]) fname_wrapper = fname_wrapper.replace('-', '_') working_dir = kwargs.get('working_dir', kwargs.get('cwd', None)) if working_dir is not None: fname_wrapper = os.path.join(working_dir, fname_wrapper) cls.write_error_wrapper(fname_wrapper, try_block, env=kwargs.get('env', None), matlab_engine=matlab_engine) assert(os.path.isfile(fname_wrapper)) args = [os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(fname_wrapper))[0]] # Call base, catching error to remove temp wrapper try: if matlab_engine is None: kwargs['for_matlab'] = True out = InterpretedModelDriver.run_executable.__func__( cls, args, **kwargs) else: if kwargs.get('debug_flags', None): # pragma: debug logger.warn("Debugging via valgrind, strace, etc. disabled " "for Matlab when using a Matlab shared engine.") assert(kwargs.get('return_process', False)) # Add environment variables env = kwargs.get('env', {}) old_env = {} new_env_str = '' for k, v in env.items(): old_env[k] = matlab_engine.getenv(k) matlab_engine.setenv(k, v, nargout=0) new_env_str += "'%s', %s, " % (k, repr(v)) matlab_engine.eval('new_env = py.dict(pyargs(%s));' % new_env_str[:-2], nargout=0) matlab_engine.eval('os.environ.update(new_env);', nargout=0) # Create matlab process using Matlab engine out = MatlabProcess(name=args[0] + '.MatlabProcess', target=getattr(matlab_engine, args[0]), args=args[1:], matlab_engine=matlab_engine) out.start() finally: if (((not kwargs.get('return_process', False)) and (fname_wrapper is not None))): os.remove(fname_wrapper) return out
[docs] @classmethod def language_version(cls, skip_config=False): r"""Determine the version of this language. Args: skip_config (bool, optional): If True, the config option for the version (if it exists) will be ignored and the version will be determined fresh. Returns: str: Version of compiler/interpreter for this language. """ if cls.cfg.has_option(cls.language, 'version') and (not skip_config): return cls.cfg.get(cls.language, 'version') return cls.get_matlab_info()[1]
[docs] @classmethod def executable_command(cls, args, **kwargs): r"""Compose a command for running a program in this language with the provied arguments. If not already present, the interpreter command and interpreter flags are prepended to the provided arguments. Args: args (list): The program that returned command should run and any arguments that should be provided to it. **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are ignored. Returns: list: Arguments composing the command required to run the program from the command line using the interpreter for this language. """ # if kwargs.get('exec_type', 'interpreter') == 'interpreter': # args = ["\"%s\"" % (' '.join(args))] return super(MatlabModelDriver, cls).executable_command(args, **kwargs)
[docs] @classmethod def configure(cls, cfg, disable_engine=None, hide_matlab_libiomp=None): r"""Add configuration options for this language. This includes locating any required external libraries and setting option defaults. Args: cfg (YggConfigParser): Config class that options should be set for. disable_engine (bool, optional): Disable the use of the Python engine for Matlab. If not provided, this argument will be ignored. hide_matlab_libiomp (bool, optional): Hide the Matlab version of libiomp by moving it and recording the name of the file. If False, the file will be restored if it exists. If not provided, this argument will be ignored. Returns: list: Section, option, description tuples for options that could not be set. """ out = InterpretedModelDriver.configure.__func__(cls, cfg) opts = { 'startup_waittime_s': [('The time allowed for a Matlab engine to start' 'before timing out and reporting an error.'), '10'], 'version': ['The version (release number) of installed Matlab.', ''], 'matlabroot': ['The path to the default installation of matlab.', '']} if ((cfg.get(cls.language, 'disable', 'False').lower() != 'true' and (not (cfg.has_option(cls.language, 'matlabroot') and cfg.has_option(cls.language, 'version'))))): try: opts['matlabroot'][1], opts['version'][1] = cls.get_matlab_info() except RuntimeError: # pragma: no matlab pass for k in opts.keys(): if not cfg.has_option(cls.language, k): if opts[k][1]: # pragma: matlab cfg.set(cls.language, k, opts[k][1]) else: out.append((cls.language, k, opts[k][0])) if platform._is_win: # pragma: windows if (disable_engine is not None) and (not disable_engine): logger.warning("Using Python engine for matlab is not " "currently supported as it requires the use " "of the '-nodisplay' command line option.") disable_engine = True if disable_engine is not None: cfg.set(cls._language, 'disable_engine', str(disable_engine)) if hide_matlab_libiomp is not None: matlab_root = cfg.get('matlab', 'matlabroot', None) if matlab_root is None: logger.warning("matlabroot not set so we cannot locate the " "matlab version of libiomp to hide/restore it.") out.append((cls.language, 'hidden_matlab_libiomp', 'The hidden copy of libiomp installed by Matlab')) else: if hide_matlab_libiomp: if not cfg.get(cls._language, 'hidden_matlab_libiomp', None): origlib = glob.glob(os.path.join(matlab_root, 'sys', 'os', '*', 'libiomp*')) if len(origlib) == 1: origlib = origlib[0] copylib = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(origlib), '_' + os.path.basename(origlib)) cfg.set(cls._language, 'hidden_matlab_libiomp', copylib) shutil.move(origlib, copylib) elif len(origlib) == 0: # pragma: debug logger.warning("Could not locate the version of libiomp " "installed by matlab.") else: logger.warning("More than one version of libiomp located " "in the Matlab installation: %s" % origlib) else: copylib = cfg.get(cls._language, 'hidden_matlab_libiomp', None) if copylib: origlib = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(copylib), os.path.basename(copylib)[1:]) cfg.set(cls._language, 'hidden_matlab_libiomp', '') shutil.move(copylib, origlib) return out
[docs] @classmethod def get_matlab_info(cls): # pragma: matlab r"""Determine the root directory where Matlab is installed and the version that is installed (if Matlab is installed at all). This will fail if Matlab is not installed, cannot be started, or does not operate as expected. Returns: tuple: Matlab root directory and Matlab version string. Raises: RuntimeError: If Matlab cannot be started or the root directory or release cannot be determiend. """ mtl_id = '=MATLABROOT=' cmd = ("fprintf('" + mtl_id + "%s" + mtl_id + "R%s" + mtl_id + "'" + ",matlabroot,version('-release')); quit;") mtl_proc = cls.run_executable([cmd]) if mtl_id not in mtl_proc: # pragma: debug raise RuntimeError(("Could not locate ID string (%s) in " "output (%s).") % (mtl_id, mtl_proc)) parts = mtl_proc.split(mtl_id) if len(parts) < 3: # pragma: debug raise RuntimeError(("Could not get matlabroot/version from " "output (%s).") % (mtl_proc)) matlabroot = parts[-3] release = parts[-2] return matlabroot, release
[docs] def start_matlab_engine(self): r"""Start matlab session and connect to it.""" ml_attr = ['screen_session', 'mlengine', 'mlsession', 'mlprocess'] attempt_connect = (len(matlab.engine.find_matlab()) != 0) # Connect to matlab if a session exists if attempt_connect: for mlsession in matlab.engine.find_matlab(): try: self.debug("Trying to connect to session %s", mlsession) self.mlengine = connect_matlab_engine(mlsession) self.mlsession = mlsession self.debug("Connected to existing shared engine: %s", self.mlsession) break except matlab.engine.EngineError: pass # Start if not running or connect failed if self.mlengine is None: if attempt_connect: self.debug("Starting a matlab shared engine (connect failed)") else: self.debug("Starting a matlab shared engine (none existing)") out = start_matlab_engine() for i, attr in enumerate(ml_attr): setattr(self, attr, out[i]) self.started_matlab = True # Add things to Matlab environment self.mlengine.addpath(self.model_dir, nargout=0) self.debug("Connected to matlab session '%s'" % self.mlsession)
[docs] def before_start(self): r"""Actions to perform before the run loop.""" kwargs = dict(fname_wrapper=self.model_wrapper) if self.using_matlab_engine: self.start_matlab_engine() kwargs.update(matlab_engine=self.mlengine, no_queue_thread=True) else: kwargs.update(working_dir=self.model_dir) with self.lock: if self.using_matlab_engine and (self.mlengine is None): # pragma: debug self.debug('Matlab engine not set. Stopping') return super(MatlabModelDriver, self).before_start(**kwargs)
[docs] def run_loop(self): r"""Loop to check if model is still running and forward output.""" if self.using_matlab_engine: self.model_process.print_output() self.periodic_debug('matlab loop', period=100)('Looping') if self.model_process.is_done(): self.model_process.print_output() self.set_break_flag() try: self.model_process.future.result() self.model_process.print_output() except matlab.engine.EngineError: self.model_process.print_output() except BaseException: self.model_process.print_output() self.exception("Error running model.") else: self.sleep() else: super(MatlabModelDriver, self).run_loop()
[docs] def after_loop(self): r"""Actions to perform after run_loop has finished. Mainly checking if there was an error and then handling it.""" if self.using_matlab_engine: if (self.model_process is not None) and self.model_process.is_alive():"Model process thread still alive") self.kill_process() return super(MatlabModelDriver, self).after_loop() if self.using_matlab_engine: with self.lock: self.cleanup()
[docs] def cleanup(self): r"""Close the Matlab session and engine.""" if self.using_matlab_engine: try: stop_matlab_engine(self.screen_session, self.mlengine, self.mlsession, self.mlprocess, keep_engine=(not self.started_matlab)) except (SystemError, Exception) as e: # pragma: debug self.error('Failed to exit matlab engine') self.raise_error(e) self.debug('Stopped Matlab') self.screen_session = None self.mlsession = None self.started_matlab = False self.mlengine = None self.mlprocess = None super(MatlabModelDriver, self).cleanup()
[docs] def check_exits(self): r"""Check to make sure the program dosn't contain any exits as exits will shut down the Matlab engine as well as the program. Raises: RuntimeError: If there are any exit calls in the file. """ has_exit = False with open(self.raw_model_file, 'r') as fd: for i, line in enumerate(fd): if line.strip().startswith('exit'): has_exit = True break if self.using_matlab_engine and has_exit: warnings.warn( "Line %d in '%s' contains an " % ( i, self.raw_model_file) + "'exit' call which will exit the MATLAB engine " + "such that it cannot be reused. Please replace 'exit' " + "with a return or error.")
[docs] def set_env(self): r"""Get environment variables that should be set for the model process. Returns: dict: Environment variables for the model process. """ out = super(MatlabModelDriver, self).set_env() if self.use_symunit: out['YGG_MATLAB_SYMUNIT'] = 'True' if self.using_matlab_engine: out['YGG_MATLAB_ENGINE'] = 'True' # TODO: Move the following to InterpretedModelDriver once another # language sets path_env_variable path_list = [] prev_path = out.pop(self.path_env_variable, '') if prev_path: path_list.append(prev_path) if isinstance(self.paths_to_add, list): for x in self.paths_to_add: if x not in prev_path: path_list.append(x) path_list.append(self.model_dir) if path_list: out[self.path_env_variable] = os.pathsep.join(path_list) return out
[docs] @classmethod def comm_atexit(cls, comm): r"""Operations performed on comm at exit including draining receive. Args: comm (CommBase): Communication object. """ if comm.direction == 'recv': if not (comm.is_server or comm.is_client): while comm.recv(timeout=0)[0]: comm.sleep() else: comm.send_eof() comm.linger_close()
[docs] @classmethod def decode_format(cls, format_str): r"""Method for decoding format strings created in this language. Args: format_str (str): Encoded format string. Returns: str: Decoded format string. """ as_str = False format_str_bytes = format_str if isinstance(format_str, str): as_str = True format_str_bytes = format_str.encode("utf-8") out = format_str_bytes.decode('unicode-escape') if not as_str: out = out.encode("utf-8") return out
[docs] @classmethod def write_finalize_iiter(cls, var, **kwargs): r"""Get the lines necessary to initialize an array for iteration output. Args: var (dict, str): Name or information dictionary for the variable being initialized. value (str, optional): Value that should be assigned to the variable. **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are passed to the parent class's method. Returns: list: The lines initializing the variable. """ out = [ 'if (isa({name}, \'sym\'))'.format(name=var['name']), ' [{name}, {name}_units] = separateUnits(simplify({name}));'.format( name=var['name']), 'else;', ' {name}_units = NaN;'.format(name=var['name']), 'end;', 'if (not (isa({name}, \'cell\')))'.format(name=var['name']), ' {name} = num2cell({name});'.format(name=var['name']), 'end;', 'if (not (isnan({name}_units)))'.format(name=var['name']), ' for i = 1:length({name})'.format(name=var['name']), ' {name}{{i}} = {name}{{i}} * str2symunit({name}_units);'.format( name=var['name']), ' end;', 'end;', ] return out
[docs] @classmethod def write_initialize_oiter(cls, var, value=None, **kwargs): r"""Get the lines necessary to initialize an array for iteration output. Args: var (dict, str): Name or information dictionary for the variable being initialized. value (str, optional): Value that should be assigned to the variable. **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are passed to the parent class's method. Returns: list: The lines initializing the variable. """ value = 'cell(%s)' % var['iter_var']['end'] out = super(MatlabModelDriver, cls).write_initialize_oiter( var, value=value, **kwargs) return out
[docs] @classmethod def write_finalize_oiter(cls, var): r"""Get the lines necessary to finalize an array after iteration. Args: var (dict, str): Name or information dictionary for the variable being initialized. Returns: list: The lines finalizing the variable. """ out = super(MatlabModelDriver, cls).write_finalize_oiter(var) out += [ 'if (isa({name}{{1}}, \'sym\'))'.format(name=var['name']), ' [{name}, {name}_units] = separateUnits(simplify({name}));'.format( name=var['name']), 'else;', ' {name}_units = NaN;'.format(name=var['name']), 'end;', '{name} = cell2mat({name});'.format(name=var['name']), 'if (not (isnan({name}_units)))'.format(name=var['name']), ' {name} = {name} * str2symunit({name}_units);'.format( name=var['name']), 'end;', ] return out
[docs] @classmethod def get_testing_options(cls, **kwargs): r"""Method to return a dictionary of testing options for this class. Args: **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments are passed to the parent class. Returns: dict: Dictionary of variables to use for testing. Key/value pairs: kwargs (dict): Keyword arguments for driver instance. deps (list): Dependencies to install. """ out = super(MatlabModelDriver, cls).get_testing_options(**kwargs) out['args'] = ["test", 1] return out